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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 5-31-22

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In this issue

  • Graduation 2022

    Tuesday, May 31

  • Rebels Fall To Eagleville in State Championship

    Tuesday, May 31

    MURFREESBORO (May 29) – This headline really doesn’t do justice to the kind of game that was played on Sunday, May 29 for the Class A State Championship at Riverdale High School.

  • McKenzie Hosts A Day of Remembrance

    Tuesday, May 31

    McKENZIE (May 30) — Memorial Day is to honor the memory of those troops who sacrificed it all in service to the country. The citizens of McKenzie memorialized those who did not return home to their families.

  • TWRA Hosts Listening Session Concerning Carroll County 1,000-Acre Recreation Lake

    Tuesday, May 31

    HUNTINGDON (May 24) — Hundreds of citizens of Carroll County sought answers to their questions about the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreational Lake. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will soon own the fishing and recreational lake, and their inventory of managed lakes in Tennessee does not include any lakes for swimming, skiing, or pleasure boating. TWRA hosted an event on May 24 at the Carroll County Civic Center to hear the public’s comments.

  • Unemployment Rates See Slight Changes in April

    Tuesday, May 31

    NASHVILLE — The State Department of Labor recently released the unemployment numbers for April 2022, and small changes were reported in Carroll, Henry, and Weakley counties. Unemployment rates decreased in twelve Tennessee counties, including Henry County. Sixty counties, including Carroll and Weakley, experienced slight increases in their rates in April.

  • McKenzie Farmers Market Reopens Saturday, June 4

    Tuesday, May 31

    McKenzie Farmers Market Reopens Saturday, June 4, 8 a.m., 2431 Cedar Street, in downtown McKenzie. The former Studebaker dealership was converted to an indoor/outdoor farmers market and allows area citizens to sell their homemade and homegrown foods and other products.

  • Crocker, Crews Selected as Central’s Boys State Delegates

    Tuesday, May 31

    Owen Crocker and Tate Crews were chosen from Hollow Rock-Bruceton High School to represent the American Legion Post 180 at Boys State 2022. Michael Crosby will act as an alternate to Crocker and Crews for the program.

  • TCAT-McKenzie Hosts Inaugural Tech Discovery Camp

    Tuesday, May 31

    The Tennessee College of Applied Technology hosted its inaugural Tech Discovery Camp for rising eighth graders May 23-27. Fourteen students, recommended by McKenzie Middle School staff based on various criteria, spent the week rotating between four technical programs: Industrial Maintenance, Welding, Automotive, and Machine Tools. By the end of the week, each student spent a total of one day in each program.

  • Dynamix Physical Therapy Named 2022 The Ascend National Practice of the Year

    Tuesday, May 31

    MILAN — Dynamix Physical Therapy was named the National Practice of the Year at the 2022 Ascend Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. The conference was hosted by WebPT, a software company created for outpatient rehab companies. 

  • Local Students Finish UT Martin Vet Tech Program

    Tuesday, May 31

    MARTIN (May 24) — Auria McClerking, of Huntingdon, and Audrie Washburn, of McKenzie, recently completed the University of Tennessee at Martin Veterinary Health Technology Program’s academic requirements. The two are now qualified to complete a six-week field internship with a veterinary clinic or research facility.

  • McKenzie School Wins State Title in Vocabulary Bowl

    Tuesday, May 31

    McKenzie Middle School is once again the state winner in the nationwide Vocabulary Bowl. 

  • Masking Optional at Henry County Medical Center

    Tuesday, May 31

    PARIS — After over two years, staff, patients, and visitors at Henry County Medical Center and its Medical Clinics are no longer required to wear masks. As of Wednesday, May 25, masking is now optional in these facilities.

  • Kustoff Announces June Mobile Office Hours

    Tuesday, May 31

    WASHINGTON — Congressman David Kustoff announced mobile office hours for the month of June. Mobile office hours are Thursday, June 2, and Tuesday, June 7.

  • Bethel Continues to Honor Fallen Hero

    Tuesday, May 31

    McKENZIE — On this Memorial Day, Bethel University and the Wildcat Athletic Department takes time to remember and thank all those who have served and paid the ultimate sacrifice. We are grateful for their protection of our freedoms and way of life. This theme is an everyday theme for those who visit Wildcat Stadium.

  • Carroll County Students Recognized at UTM Honors Day

    Tuesday, May 31

    Martin (May 1) — Several Carroll County Students received awards at the University of Tennessee at Martin’s annual Honors Day Ceremony.

  • Local Student Earns Military Commission

    Tuesday, May 31

    MARTIN (May 25) — Austin Maxwell, of McKenzie, was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army during a ceremony May 6 at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

  • McKenzie Native Receives TAPS Student of the Year Award

    Tuesday, May 31

    PARIS (May 23) — Austin (AJ) Maxwell, a Survey Technician at L.I. Smith and Associates (LIS), received the Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors (TAPS) Student of the Year Award. Maxwell received this award on March 4. 

  • Baseball Rebels Battle Through State Tournament

    Tuesday, May 31

    McKenzie/University School-Johnson City ROCKVALE (MAY 24) — The Rebel Baseball team got underway in their first game of the tournament Tuesday at 6:30 at Rockvale High School with a threat of rain in the forecast. Runs came early as University School-JC hit a solo homer in the bottom of the first inning to take a 1-0 lead. University School scored another solo run in the bottom of the second making it a 2-0 lead.

  • Jasper on FootballScoop’s 2022 Minority Watch List, Rising Stars

    Tuesday, May 31

    McKENZIE — Congratulations to Coach Michael Jasper and three of his Wildcat football staff members on being named to the FootballScoop 2022 Minority Watch List/Rising Star list. 

  • Rebel Soccer Competes At State Tournament

    Tuesday, May 31

    MURFREESBORO — After defeating Memphis School of Excellence and Martin Westview to win the Region tournament, the McKenzie Rebels hosted Memphis East at Bethel University Stadium for the right to advance to the State Tournament.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Court Report

    Tuesday, May 31

    HUNTINGDON (May 25-26) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on May 25 and 26.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, May 31

    Theft — Officer Kyle Beauchamp responded to Hillview Apartments on May 23 on a report of two pay-per-use clothes washing machines were broken into and the cash stolen.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, May 31

    John Edwin Motheral to City of McKenzie.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, May 31

    Logan Randall Carter, 20, of Huntingdon to Jessica Lily Jones, 20, of Huntingdon.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, May 31

    Theft — Money was recently reported as stolen from a Cedar Grove residence.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, May 31

    License Violation, Paraphernalia — Destiny Johnson, 27, of Huntingdon was charged with driving on a suspended license and possession of drug paraphernalia during a May 12 traffic stop in Huntingdon. 

  • Calendar 5-31-22

    Tuesday, May 31

    Carroll County Budget Committee to Meet Carroll County Budget Committee meeting meets the third Thursday of every month starting at 10 a.m. in the Conference Room of the Carroll County Office Complex. 

  • Recipes 5-31-22

    Tuesday, May 31

    Supper in A Skillet 1 pound ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped 1 (10 1/2 oz.) can condensed tomato soup 1 (10 1/2 oz.) can condensed vegetable soup 3/4 cup water 1 (16 oz.) pkg Bisquick mix (approx. 1 1/4 cups) 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1/2 cup minced parsley 1/3 cup water

  • Weekly 150: Rebel Baseball

    Tuesday, May 31

    Sunday’s baseball championship game was an honor to watch in person. The Banner Staff is extremely proud of your accomplishments this season. As I stood next to the dugout the entire game, your sportsmanship and loyalty to your teammates made me along with your fans and fellow alums proud.

  • Reflecting On Their Last Full Measure

    Tuesday, May 31

    Dr. Joseph Warren died on Breed’s Hill June 17, 1775. He was 34 years old. He left four children he had been raising alone since his wife’s passing two years earlier. He graduated from Harvard, was well established in Boston and was the second President of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, having succeeded John Hancock.