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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 7-20-21


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In this issue

  • Farmers’ Market Fresh Program Returns to McKenzie Market

    Wednesday, July 21

    The Carroll County UT Extension office is back at the McKenzie Farmers’ Market every Saturday morning with the Farmers’ Market Fresh program. Members of the UT Extension office have a booth where they offer food samples, recipes and research-based advice on the best ways to select and store everyone’s favorite summertime items.

  • Inglenook Book Club July News

    Wednesday, July 21

    The Inglenook Book Club met in June at Lakeside Assisted Living Center with Suzanne Russell and Gaye Rowan as hostesses. Members enjoyed a delicious frozen congealed salad called “Champagne Sally” made by Suzanne and Gaye, along with snacks and beverages.

  • I-69 Paving Begins In Union City Area

    Tuesday, July 20

    UNION CITY (July 13) — Federal, state, and West Tennessee officials met in Union City on Tuesday, April 13 at the intersection of U.S. 51 and the future Interstate 69.

  • Blackburn Congratulates Tennessee Ranking Fifth for Business Growth

    Tuesday, July 20

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) celebrates Tennessee ranking fifth in America’s Top States for Business. This is the Volunteer State’s first appearance in the top five for the CNBC report evaluating state competitiveness and economic growth among other metrics.

  • Lifeline Bloodmobile Makes Sunday Stop at Local Church

    Tuesday, July 20

    McKENZIE (July 18) — Lifeline Blood Services brought its Bloodmobile to First Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sunday to collect much-needed blood donations from the congregants.

  • Local Leaders Graduate from WestStar Leadership Program

    Tuesday, July 20

    Monica Heath, Carroll County, and Katelyn Spivey, Benton County, are recent graduates from the WestStar Leadership Program’s Class of 2020-21. The graduation ceremony and reception were June 22 in Jackson, following a month-long series of in-person and virtual seminars hosted throughout June focusing on topics such as economic development, public policy, education and technology.

  • Clayhill’s Lone Star Rodeo Provides Funds for West Carroll

    Tuesday, July 20

    West Carroll School program benefited from the Clayhill, Inc. sponsored Lone Star Rodeo. School organizations received a total of $2,039 from parking at the event. The funds benefit Project Graduation, Football and BETA Club.

  • Brad Bloemer Joins HCMC as New CFO

    Tuesday, July 20

    PARIS — Henry County Medical Center CEO Lisa Casteel announced Brad Bloemer as the hospital’s Chief Financial Officer late last year. With over 30 years of experience as a hospital CFO and controller, Bloemer comes to HCMC from Arkansas Methodist Medical Center in Paragould, AR, where he served as CFO.

  • Charley Pride’s Secret Son Comes Forward

    Tuesday, July 20

    Tyler Tines Pride, 42, of Texas has filed suit against the Charley Pride estates after he was omitted from the will of the late country music superstar, who died of COVID-19 in December 2020.

  • Nights on Broadway Features Fajita Bros. on Banner Row

    Tuesday, July 20

    McKENZIE (July 15) — Summer concert series Nights on Broadway continued Thursday with Fajita Bros., who played on Banner Row before a sizable audience sitting under the shade trees in Veterans Memorial Park. Next up for Nights on Broadway is Longshot on Thursday, July 29 from 7-9 p.m.

  • Rittenberry Celebrates 94th Birthday

    Tuesday, July 20

    Jalmer Rittenberry celebrated his 94th birthday July 18 with his wife of 42 years at his home with his children Tan-Gee (Dana) Deem, Ty (Donna) Johnson, Trent Johnson, Renee (Brown), and Michael Johnson. Pictured with PaPa Jay are two of his great granddaughters Lila Colvin and Haley Johnson.

  • Carroll County Chamber Notes

    Tuesday, July 20

    Christian Care Center changed its name to The Waters of McKenzie. The new administrator is Julia Roberts.

  • Cost-Share Assistance Available For Carroll County Producers

    Tuesday, July 20

    CARROLL COUNTY (June 29) — The Carroll County Soil Conservation District (SCD) has been approved for a grant from the Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) Agricultural Resources Conservation Fund to assist landowners who install Best Management Practices in certain watersheds of Carroll County for fiscal year 2022.

  • ‘Experience LOCAL’ Magazine Coming Next Week

    Tuesday, July 20

    The McKenzie Banner’s ‘Experience LOCAL’ magazine is coming next week inside the newspaper.

  • Tennessee Health Departments Administering Childhood Vaccines

    Tuesday, July 20

    The Tennessee Department of Health assures families across Tennessee access to routine childhood vaccinations through state health departments continues amidst circulated misinformation regarding the status of vaccinations for children. Parents who need information regarding routine childhood immunizations can find resources at https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/immunization-program/ip/vfc/.

  • Trezevant Increases Water, Sewer Rates

    Tuesday, July 20

    TREZEVANT (July 13) — The City of Trezevant approved water and sewer rate adjustments during its Tuesday, July 13 meeting at the Trezevant Senior Citizens Building.

  • Back to School in McKenzie

    Tuesday, July 20

    On Tuesday, August 3, the class of 2022 will begin their final year at McKenzie High School. Students will attend the traditional half-day on August 3 and begin a full-day schedule on August 4. I want to welcome all of our new and returning students for what is going to be an exciting year.

  • McKenzie Man Charged With Vehicular Homicide

    Tuesday, July 20

    PARIS — A Carroll County man indicted by the Henry County Grand Jury in the death of another student in the parking lot of the Tennessee Center for Applied Technology in Paris has turned himself in to authorities.

  • Profile, Inc. Adds Manufacturing Capacity

    Tuesday, July 20

    McKENZIE (July 16) — There are new manufacturing jobs headed to McKenzie, thanks to a recent expansion at Profile, Inc. in the Henry County portion of McKenzie.

  • McKenzie T-Ball All-Stars Win Gold State

    Tuesday, July 20

    The McKenzie T-Ball All-Stars won the Gold State Championship on Saturday, June 26.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, July 20

    Robert Floyd Blankenship, 70, of Bruceton to Sara Jean Douglas Scott, 70, of Camden.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, July 20

    Aggravated Assault — Kristopher Durance Willis, 42, of 4627-20 Peggy Lane, Hollow Rock, was set to be charged with aggravated assault, domestic assault, and violation of an order of probation following a July 16 incident at his residence.

  • ­Property Transfers

    Tuesday, July 20

    Jeff McGee to Pat and Betty Davis and others.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, July 20

    Shoplifting — An arrest warrant for theft of merchandise was recently issued against Justin Wheeler (age and address not provided) for allegedly stealing an item from Walmart in Huntingdon.

  • Calendar 7-20-21

    Tuesday, July 20

    Bethel Hosts Summer Science Camp Bethel University is hosting a Summer Science Camp on August 14, 5 to 7 p.m. The event is presented by the student members of the American Chemical Society and is located on the Bethel campus quad outside Morris Science Complex. It is for grades 1 to 6 with demonstrations and hands-on experiments. Registration is $15 per day. Contact Andrew Evans for more information or to register at evansa@bethelu.edu.

  • Weekly 150: H. Gordon Stoker

    Tuesday, July 20

    When talking about Mike Snider and his music career, it is a must to bring up Gordon Stoker as both men hail from Gleason. I didn’t realize until the other day, it was Stoker who arranged for Snider to appear on the Opry.

  • Recipes 7-20-21

    Tuesday, July 20

    Veazy Beans 2 (16oz.) cans VanCamp Pork-n-beans 1 small onion 2/3 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup tomato catsup 10 shakes nutmeg Dash Worcestershire sauce 1/2 cup rice krispies Strip bacon

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, July 20

    Domestic Assault — Carla Kay Wagner, 34, and Dillon Edward Ray Gregory, 26, both of the same address on Walnut Circle were charged with domestic assault on July 17.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, July 20

    HUNTINGDON (July 14-15) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on July 14 and 15.

  • Talk About A Potential Gold Mine!

    Tuesday, July 20

    We left the house and drove up to North Carolina. The mountains were spectacular, the cooler temperatures refreshing and the folks we met along the way were most friendly.

  • Bethel, Chamber to Welcome New, Returning Students

    Tuesday, July 20

    Bethel University and the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce & Industry will welcome new and returning students and their families with a Welcome Weekend August 13-14.

  • MSSD - Seeking Van

    Monday, July 19


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