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McKENZIE (May 18) — A meet and greet was held at the Hometown Hangout for two new head coaches at McKenzie High School. Dru Emerson, former assistant Lady Rebels basketball coach, was promoted to head coach. Coach Justin Lowery is joining the Rebels staff from Gibson Co. High School, where he has been head coach for the Pioneers basketball team since 2012. Lowery is the new head coach of the Rebels basketball team. more
Maddox Insurance of McKenzie proudly welcomes its newest team member, Morgan Lott. more
State game wardens cannot enter private property in Tennessee without a warrant, the state’s Court of Appeals ruled last week. The case was originally heard in Circuit Court, 24th Judicial District, by Judge Donald Parish, now retired. Parish ruled TWRA did not have such broad authority. more
DRESDEN — The trial in State of Tennessee v. David Swift, is expected to start Wednesday, May 29, 2024, in Dresden, Tennessee, before Judge Mark Hayes. The defendant in this case is David Swift. more
NASHVILLE — State Rep. Tandy Darby, R-Greenfield, secured $250,000 in state funding for Special Olympics of Tennessee. more
McKENZIE (May 15) — On Wednesday, The Banner asked its online community to spot the difference between two photos taken on April 26 and May 15, 2024 after it was brought to our attention by two different business owners that the Do Not Enter sign that instructs drivers on Broadway not to turn right on to Lee Street (a one-way street) was removed on May 9 after the city council meeting. more
HUNTINGDON (May 13) — Come July 1, Carroll County will have a central financial management system. During Monday night’s meeting of the Carroll County Commission, the legislative body voted unanimously to approve Resolution 5-01-2024 ratifying Private Chapter No. 57 pertaining to a centralized finance department. This change comes at the recommendation of the Tennessee Comptroller. more
McKenzie Memorial Day Program The speaker is Reverend Garrett Burns, a reserve chaplain with the U.S. Navy. Traditionally, veterans place a wreath at the War Memorial in Veterans Park, downtown McKenzie. Placing the wreath is Dana Deem, retired Air Force representing the American Legion and Steve Davis, VFW Post 4939 commander, U.S. Army retired. more
McKENZIE (MAY 13) — Associates of the McKenzie Special School District were honored for their service during a year-end dinner held in the National Guard Armory on Monday, May 13. more
Six local high school baseball and softball teams are headed to Murfreesboro this week to participate in the TSSAA State Championship Series. McKenzie Rebels Baseball, Huntingdon Mustangs Baseball, Huntingdon Fillies Softball, Hollow Rock-Bruceton Lady Tigers Softball, Westview Lady Chargers Softball and Henry County Lady Patriots Softball will take the field Tuesday afternoon in the double elimination tournament. more
McKENZIE (May 15) — The McKenzie Rebel High School Baseball team played the Richland Raiders in a double header for a shot at the TSSAA State Championship Tournament. In a best out of three format, the Rebels were able to two from the Raiders to advance to championship series. more
HUNTINGDON (May 17) — On Friday, the Huntingdon Fillies defeated the Summertown Lady Eagles 2-0 in the sectional series. The Fillies advance to TSSAA State Softball Championship Series. more
HUNTINGDON (May 16) — The Huntingdon Mustangs knocked out the Summertown Eagles two straight games in the best of three series in the sectional round to advance to the TSSAA State Baseball Championship Series. The Mustangs took game one, 1-0, and game two, 5-2. more
The following indictments were issued during the May session of the Grand Jury of the Carroll County session of the Circuit Court of the 24th Judicial District. No address is listed for the defendants. more
I didn’t know he joined the Army when he was 17 and fought during World War II as a member of the 2nd Ranger Battalion at Pointe du Hoc, France. more
I lifted my bottom slightly off the seat. And craned my neck. I still couldn’t see much through the ladies’ hats and the back of the men’s Vitalis slicked-down hair. This was going to be a long night. more
One of the greatest interventions by a news organization was by Jack McElroy of the Knoxville News Sentinel and the violation of the Sunshine Law by the Knox County Commission. more
10 Years Ago — Miss Tennessee, Shelby Thompson Visits Oak Manor. She visited with the elderly people and gave them autographed photos. more
  CARROLL COUNTY –  A joint investigation by special agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Huntingdon Police Department has … more
HENRY COUNTY, Tenn --- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency responded to a call about an unresponsive man found in the water near a boat on Kentucky Lake at approximately 10 a.m. on Sunday, May … more
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