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Babies of 2020

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In this issue

  • School Board Member Proposes Alternative COVID Quarantine Plan

    Friday, February 12

    McKENZIE (February 2) — COVID-19 quarantine standards at McKenzie Special School District are too restrictive, often sending uninfected “contact” students home to quarantine. Those students lose valuable instructional time, said McKenzie School Board member Greg Barker.

  • Property Transfers

    Thursday, February 11

    •Darren Parrish to John Michael and Debbie Lynn Sudduth in District 6. •Helen Laman to Colin Lane Laman in District 23. •Lisa Ann Scott to Unna Reshae Lee in District 11.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Thursday, February 11

    Driving on Suspended License — Shawn Tyrone Roy, 49, Forrest Avenue, McKenzie was charged with driving on a suspended license on February 6, 5:35 p.m. after he nearly caused an accident at a signaled intersection.

  • Carroll County Sheriff's Reports

    Thursday, February 11

    Domestic Assault — Nicholas Snati Mineo, 31, of Lexington was charged with simple assault following a January 29 incident at a Buena Vista residence.

  • Carroll County General Sessions

    Thursday, February 11

    HUNTINGDON (February 3) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on February 3.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Thursday, February 11

    •Jenny Lee Pillow Sykes, 80, of Lavinia to Farris Dale Rollins, 80, of Milan.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Thursday, February 11

    Theft, Vandalism, Drugs — Camden T. Phillips, 23, of Greenfield was charged with theft of merchandise under $1,000, vandalism, and possession of schedule II (methamphetamine) on January 22 at Walmart in Huntingdon.

  • A Christmas Miracle

    Thursday, February 11

    McKENZIE — “I did not realize how bad I was. They were moving extremely fast and said I might not make it to the Jackson Hospital.” That’s what Christy Lowe-Sweatt remembers of her near-death experience with COVID-19 while eight months pregnant with her first child, Hannah. If not for the outreach and love of the medical community and the love of God, Christy would not be telling her story of a miracle birth and her own unlikely survival.

  • Terry Bradshaw Retires, Carroll County EMA, Fire to Merge

    Wednesday, February 10

    HUNTINGDON (February 8) — Carroll County Fire Chief Terry Bradshaw is retiring on June 30, 2021 and the offices of the Carroll County Fire Chief and the office of Carroll County Emergency Management Agency.

  • McKenzie Schools Proposes Air Conditioning School Gyms

    Wednesday, February 10

    McKENZIE (February 2) — McKenzie Special School District is proposing to make significant updates to its environmental heating and cooling systems, upgrade Chromebooks and in-classroom monitors, and provide funding for an interventionist and educational assistant through federal funding, known as ESSER 2.0

  • Holbrook Remembered

    Wednesday, February 10

    BEVERLY HILLS, California — Hal Holbrook, an Emmy- and Tony-Award winning actor, who lived part-time in McLemoresville, Tenn. in Carroll County died on January 23, 2020. He will be buried next to his wife, Dixie Carter in McLemoresville Cemetery.

  • McKenzie Banner February 9, 2021

    Tuesday, February 9

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