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Classifieds October 15, 2019

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  • McKenzie’s Boo Bash is October 24

    Thursday, October 24

    McKenzie’s annual Great Big, Old-Fashioned, Frighteningly Fun Family Boo Bash is Thursday, October 24 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. downtown.The event will feature trunk-or-treat, games, pumpkin bowling, …

  • Inglenook Book Club October News

    Wednesday, October 16

    Twenty members of The Inglenook Book Club met in October at Lakeside Senior Living Community with Jean McKinnie and Elaine Williams serving as hostesses. After refreshments, Zia Locke called the …

  • FCE News

    Wednesday, October 16

    The Bethel/Eastside FCE meeting was called to order in the home of Mary and Pennye Mays. The devotion was given by the hostess for the evening, Miss Pennye Mays. She read an article by Helen Steiner …

  • McKenzie Middle Splits with Huntingdon in Season Opener

    Wednesday, October 16

    McKenzie Middle School opened the hoops season at home against Huntingdon with the girls getting a win and the boys losing to the Mustangs.McKenzie’s Lady Rebels opened the game with a 10-1 run …

  • Wards Have October Yard of the Month

    Wednesday, October 16

    The Morning Glory Garden Club awarded Yard of the Month for October to Jim and Edie Ward of 75 Laurelwood Lane. The Wards’ lawn is like a beautiful carpet with Bermuda sod. Potted Kimberly …

  • Beta Sigma Phi Decorates McKenzie for Fall

    Wednesday, October 16

    The ladies service organization Beta Sigma Phi spent the last weekend of September decorating the downtown area and the two welcome signs for fall. Pictured are (L to R): Sharon Hunter, Gail Robb, …

  • Lady Rebels Dominate Lady Pioneers in Semifinal, 8-1

    Wednesday, October 16

    McKENZIE (October 8) — The McKenzie Lady Rebels kicked off the soccer playoffs Tuesday with a dominant, 8-1 home win over Gibson County in the District 13A semifinals. The win set up a Thursday …

  • War Eagles Fall at Houston County

    Wednesday, October 16

    ERIN (October 11) — The West Carroll War Eagles began a four-week road stand to end the regular season with a non-region contest against Houston County Friday. The undefeated Class 2A Fighting …

  • Lady Rebels Claim Crown with 2-0 Win over Westview

    Wednesday, October 16

    MARTIN (October 10) — The McKenzie High School Lady Rebel soccer team claimed the District 13A Championship Thursday with a thrilling, 2-0 victory over the host Westview Lady Chargers.The win …

  • Three Dead In Madison County Crash

    Wednesday, October 16

    An early Sunday morning crash killed three persons on Highway 70 in Madison County.According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 2014 Hyundai Sonata, driven by John Rickman, 29, of Cedar Grovve was …

  • Red Cave Cafe, Hookah Lounge Surrenders Beer Permit

    Wednesday, October 16

    McKENZIE (October 10) — During Thursday’s meeting of the City of McKenzie Alcohol Board, Rene Enang, owner of the Red Cave Cafe and Hookah Lounge, agreed to surrendered his on-premises …

  • West Carroll School Board Calms Tax Hike Fears

    Wednesday, October 16

    ATWOOD — West Carroll’s School Board met in their regular session Thursday, October 3 at the high school cafeteria due to higher than normal attendance at the meeting.Prior to the school …

  • City of McKenzie to Reevaluate Water Fees, Rates

    Wednesday, October 16

    McKENZIE (October 10) — During the October meeting of the McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council, the board agreed to have the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts to provide a rates study. …

  • McKenzie Receives $525,000 Grant for Wastewater Upgrades

    Wednesday, October 16

    NASHVILLE — State Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) and Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) announced today the City of McKenzie will receive $525,000 through a Community Development Block …

  • Huntingdon Receives $13,000 Grant To Upgrade Bethel Hockey Rink

    Wednesday, October 16

    HUNTINGDON (October 8) — The Town of Huntingdon received a $13,000 Tourism Enhancement Grant Tuesday from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to be used at Bethel …

  • Chiropractic Health Month Proclaimed

    Wednesday, October 16

    Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler declared October as Chiropractic Health Month in Carroll County! Chiropractic Health Month raises awareness of the wide-reaching benefits that can be achieved from …

  • Chase Ends in Arrest of Milan Man

    Wednesday, October 16

    A Milan man was arrested for evading arrest, reckless endangerment, vandalism and felony evading arrest after a police chase on Saturday.Deputy Chris Adams arrested Peyton Whitmore, 19. Adams began …

  • Pruett, Terry to Wed

    Wednesday, October 16

    Hailey Pruett of Huntingdon and Zack Terry of Dresden announce their engagement.Ms. Pruett is the daughter of Michael and Stephanie Pruett of Huntingdon, Tennessee. Her grandparents are Howard and …

  • Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Banquet

    Tuesday, October 15

    The 37th annual Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Membership Banquet is Monday, October 21 at the Carroll County Civic Center. A silent auction begins at 6:15 p.m.; the program and dinner is at …

  • The McKenzie Rotary Club Charity Auction is November 9

    Tuesday, October 15

    The annual Rotary Charity Auction is Saturday, November 9, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church-McKenzie. This year, a pancake breakfast is available from 7 a.m. to 9 …

  • MES Fall Festival King, Queen Candidates Announced

    Tuesday, October 15

    McKenzie Elementary School’s annual Fall Festival is Saturday, October 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each class chose candidates for Festival King and Queen who will raise money until just before …

  • McKenzie Defeats Dresden, 42-7

    Tuesday, October 15

    DRESDEN (October 11) — McKenzie made the short trip to Dresden Friday night and put together a dominating performance defeating the Lions 42-7 despite very wet field conditions.Dresden won the …

  • McKenzie Golfers Fare Well at State Tournament

    Tuesday, October 15

    MANCHESTER (October 8-9) — Willowbrook Golf Course was the host of the TSSAA State High School Golf Championship last week. The club is family-owned and -operated and was voted best course in …

  • Mustangs Dismantle Wildcats 70-8, Move to 8-0

    Tuesday, October 15

    HUNTINGDON (October 11) — The Huntingdon Mustangs remain undefeated on the season after a home win Friday against region foe Wayne County. The Mustangs dominated every part of the game from …

  • Huntingdon Class of 1959 Has 60-Year Reunion

    Tuesday, October 15

    HUNTINGDON (September 28) — Members of the Huntingdon High School Class of 1959 celebrated their 60-year reunion at Mallard’s Restaurant Saturday. Pictured are (L to R): Front Row — …

  • Dr. Harold Russell, D.D.S.

    Tuesday, October 15

    Growing up I always heard children are supposed to be scared of the dentist. I guess for some bizarre reason I was the exception to the rule or maybe I just had a really good dentist.A few weeks …

  • Weakley County Democrats Host Ned Ray Day

    Tuesday, October 15

    WEAKLEY COUNTY — The Weakley County Democrat Party is hosting its annual Ned Ray Day event on Thursday, October 24 at the McWherter Civic Center, 589 Evergreen Street in Dresden. Governor Ned …

  • United Neighbors Not Accepting Items

    Tuesday, October 15

    Because of the damage to the front entrance, McKenzie/Carroll County United Neighbors is not accepting items of clothes and other items until repairs are complete. Please do not leave left over items …

  • MHS Beta Club Inducts 42 New Members

    Tuesday, October 15

    McKENZIE (October 6) — Parents, teachers and current Beta Club members gathered in the McKenzie High School Theatre Sunday afternoon to officially induct 42 new member into the …

  • Area Bands Excel at Huntingdon Marching Invitational

    Tuesday, October 15

    HUNTINGDON (October 5) — The Marching Mustangs hosted the Huntingdon Marching Invitational Saturday at Paul Ward Stadium with an expanded format featuring preliminary and finals competition. …

  • Pottery Direct, Dynamix Casting Under Construction in County

    Tuesday, October 15

    Two new industries are under construction in Carroll County and Gränges is advancing with its significant expansion plans. Pottery Direct’s new 40,000 square-foot building, located on …

  • County Commission Hears Broadband Proposal, Complaint About Wheel Tax

    Tuesday, October 15

    HUNTINGDON (October 14) — On Monday, Carroll County Resolutions Commission approved the agenda for the October 14 meeting of the Carroll County Commission. On the agenda were appointments to …

  • Threasa F. Elliot

    Tuesday, October 15

    SHARON — Funeral services for Threasa F. Elliott, 75, of Sharon, Tenn., were Monday, October 14, 2 p.m. at Alamo Baptist Church in Kenton, Tenn. Burial was in Alamo Cemetery.She was born April …

  • Debbie Jean Joyner McKnight

    Tuesday, October 15

    TREZEVANT — Debbie Jean Joyner McKnight died Saturday, October 5, 2019 in Jackson-Madison County Hospital. Debbie was born in Trezevant, Carroll County, Tennessee on October 7, 1957, to the …

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, October 15

    Burglary — The Sheriff’s Department is investigating the recent burglary of a home and outbuilding in Hollow Rock.Susan Petko told deputies on October 5 that someone broke into her house …

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, October 15

    Domestic Assault — Eron L. Dunagan, 38, of Huntingdon was charged with domestic assault following an October 1 incident at his residence.According to the report by Officer Christopher Cole, he …

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, October 15

    •Jason and Pam McCord to Lori Carol Flynn in District 22.•Bragg Property Group, LLC to Jeremy Keith and Candice Elaine Jones in District 11.•Brenda Joyce and Charles Richard Lankford …

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, October 15

    HUNTINGDON (October 9-10) — The following cases were adjudicated in Carroll General Sessions Court.Cases bound over to Carroll County Circuit Court were:Christopher Fisher, Murray Kittrel Rd, …

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, October 15

    Driving on Suspended/Revoked License — On October 7, Officer Justin Brister observed an individual known to have a revoked Tennessee driver’s license. According to Brister’s report, …

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, October 15

    •Renae Paulette Justice, 35, of Huntingdon to Donald Zachory Wyatt, 38, of Buena Vista.•Jerry Eugene Deck, 25, of McKenzie to Jaycee Elizabeth Koontz, 20, of McKenzie.•Jonathan Kirby …

  • Huntingdon School Board to Meet

    Tuesday, October 15

    The Huntingdon Board of Education meets Thursday, October 17 at 7 a.m. at the superintendent’s office at 585 High Street, Huntingdon.

  • It’s A Collaborative Effort!

    Tuesday, October 15

    Let’s talk literary this morning. I have had more people lately asking me about “my” book than you can shake a stick at. They want to know when I’m writing one. Or when am I …

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