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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 8-23-22

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In this issue

  • McKenzie Banner August 23, 2022

    Tuesday, August 23

  • Bethel University Partners with NFLAlumni Association

    Tuesday, August 23

    McKENZIE — Bethel University announces a partnership with the National Football League Alumni Association starting in the fall 2022 semester.

  • Huntingdon Approves $5.8 Million Budget with No Tax Increase

    Tuesday, August 23

    HUNTINGDON (August 16) — Huntingdon Town Council approved the 2022-23 fiscal year budget totaling $5,880,600 and a property tax rate of $1.2487 per $100 assessed value. 

  • Parish Retires After 16 Years as Judge

    Tuesday, August 23

    HUNTINGDON (August 18) — Donald Parish, one of two judges of the Circuit Court of the 24th Judicial District is retiring August 31 after 16 years on the bench. The Huntingdon native served the five-county area of Carroll, Henry, Decatur, Hardin and Benton counties. He did not seek another eight-year term of office.

  • Carroll County Officials to Take Oath of Office September 1

    Tuesday, August 23

    HUNTINGDON — Most of the newly elected and reelected county officials will be administrated the oath of office during a special ceremony on September 1 at the Carroll County Courthouse at 1:30 p.m.

  • Time Trial Bicycle Races Successful

    Tuesday, August 23

    HUNTINGDON — Saturday, August 20, saw Huntingdon host its first championship bicycle race. They have hosted bicycle road races and triathlons in the past but this year they were host to the 2022 Tennessee State Individual and Team Time Trial Championship.

  • Home Football Opener Salutes Carroll County Schools

    Tuesday, August 23

    McKENZIE — The Bethel Wildcats open their 2022 season Saturday, August 27   hosting Arkansas Baptist. It will be the first ever meeting between the Buffaloes and the Wildcats. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. 

  • Tatertown Special Calendar

    Tuesday, August 23

    Tatertown Night of Worship A night of praise and worship featuring the Bethel Renaissance Choir. This performance is at the Gleason First Baptist Church on Sunday, August 28, at 6 p.m.

  • Group Works to Support County Library

    Tuesday, August 23

    HUNTINGDON — A volunteer support group wants to make the Carroll County Library even better. While the taxpayers of Carroll County and other governmental entities, along with other private donors, financially support the library. But more volunteers and money are needed, according to the new Friends of the Carroll County Library.

  • Tatertown Special Starts This Week

    Tuesday, August 23

    Gleason, Tennessee, a.k.a Tatertown, USA is a busy place as the Gleason Gazelles and the Gleason Community gear up for the 49th Annual Tatertown Special. The 2022 Grand Marshal is Steele Plant Company owners Ken and Valerie Sanders and Larry and Kay Hudson. They will be recognized Saturday, August 27 for their unselfish service to the Gleason Community.

  • Farmers Market News

    Tuesday, August 23

    McKenzie — There are exciting things happening at the Farmers Market this Saturday. We start celebrating the Sweet Tea and Southern Pickin’s Festival with free sweet tea for all our customers. Children are encouraged to build their own race cars this week out of vegetables and fruit and  enter the 4-H Veggie Derby Race. We will also have Susie’s Petting Zoo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. After the market, stroll down to the Red Caboose to cool on a variety of water slides.

  • Rebels Dominate Mustangs in Season Opener

    Tuesday, August 23

    HUNTINGDON (August 19) — The 2022 season for the McKenzie Rebels started with a bang Friday night as the Rebels picked up a 34-12 week one win over in-county rival Huntingdon. In their 92nd meeting, McKenzie’s speed on both sides of the ball left Huntingdon in search of an answer. Just as Mustang Head Coach Eric Swenson said in pregame interviews, “Speed kills,” Huntingdon’s home opener wish died with the opening kickoff. 

  • West Carroll Rolls Tigers in Opener

    Tuesday, August 23

    ATWOOD — West Carroll’s War Eagles got their ’22 season off to a good start with a 50-20 win over the Bruceton Tigers.

  • McKenzie Middle Rebels Defeat Henry County

    Tuesday, August 23

    PARIS — The McKenzie Middle School Rebels had a successful first road trip to Henry County, Thursday, August 18, defeating Henry County Middle 34-8.

  • MHS Soccer Loses, MMS Softball 2-1 on the Season

    Tuesday, August 23

    McKenzie High School Soccer The Lady Rebel soccer played host to Scotts Hill on Thursday, August 18 at home losing 2-1. Kassidy Brown scored the lone goal for McKenzie.

  • Calendar 8-23-22

    Tuesday, August 23

    McKenzie Farmers Market McKenzie Farmers Market is open Saturdays at 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. 

  • Carroll County Court Reports

    Tuesday, August 23

    HUNTINGDON (August 17-18) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court by Judge Larry Logan on August 17 and 18.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, August 23

    Drug Possession — On August 7, 2022, Mr. Charles Anthony Tillman, 34, of Huntingdon was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped for a light law violation. During a consent search of the vehicle and the passengers, Mr. Tillman had a syringe in his shorts’ pocket and his girlfriend had a clear plastic container concealed in her bra that contained a bag with 0.8 grams of methamphetamine. Mr. Tilman stated that the container found on his girlfriend belonged to him. He was cited into Carroll County Sessions Court for simple possession of Schedule II Meth.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, August 23

    Theft — Phillip Crider, 59, of Huntingdon reported someone took his motorcycle without his permission. The motorcycle was at a shop off of Purdy Road in Huntingdon, the last time he had seen his motorcycle was around June of this year. The motorcycle is a 125 Traxx on and off road, late nineties model, white in color with green stripes and a green seat. This case is still an open investigation.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, August 23

    Driving While Cancelled, Suspended, or Revoked — Officer Trenton Ruddy conducted a traffic stop on a black Mazda on Saturday afternoon, August 20 after observing Michael Gilbert, of McKenzie, driving the vehicle. Ruddy had prior knowledge that Gilbert, 39, had a currently suspended license. Dispatch informed Ruddy that Gilbert had four prior convictions for Driving on Suspended/Revoked License. He arrested and charged Gilbert with Driving on Suspended License 5th offense.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, August 23

    Amee Park Aultman, 39, of Bruceton to Johnny Lee Moudy Jr., 44, of Bruceton.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, August 23

    Kenneth A. Perry to Cody Glenn Calaway and others in District 6.

  • Recipes 8-23-22

    Tuesday, August 23

    Poppy Seed Chicken 3 cups cooked chicken breasts, chopped 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 can cream of mushroom soup 16 oz. sour cream 2/3 cup milk, a little more of desired 2 teaspoon poppy seed Salt and pepper 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese 36 saltines, crushed 1-2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted

  • There’s Always Things To Celebrate

    Tuesday, August 23

    I lay awake at night trying to think of something good about getting older. Before I can drift off to sleep my left shoulder will start throbbing from a football tumble I took in 1965. My right heel will remind me that planter fasciitis lingers longer than an out of work brother-in-law. I can’t remember if I turned off the light in the kitchen…

  • Notice to Creditors - HYER

    Tuesday, August 23

  • Huntingdon Mayor Dale Kelley Dies

    Saturday, August 20

    HUNTINGDON — Mayor Dale R. Kelley, 82, of Huntingdon, Tennessee, died Saturday, August 20, 2022, at his home.