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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 9-14-21

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In this issue

  • Huntingdon to Celebrate Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 25

    Tuesday, September 14

    HUNTINGDON — After COVID-19 put the longstanding Carroll County tradition on hold last year, the Town of Huntingdon is ready to celebrate its 28th Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 25, with free, family-friendly activities planned from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Huntingdon’s historic Court Square.

  • Congressman Kustoff Expresses Concern About Afghanistan, Spending

    Tuesday, September 14

    McKENZIE (September 8) — Congressman David Kustoff (R-Germantown) was in McKenzie Wednesday on a listening tour during a Congressional recess. The Congressman had visited BR Supply, Bethel University and The McKenzie Banner.

  • Despite Doctors’ Plea, McKenzie School Board Maintains No Mask Mandate

    Tuesday, September 14

    McKENZIE (September 7) — Facemasks are recommended but not mandated at McKenzie Special School District after a majority voice vote by members of the McKenzie Special School District on Tuesday, September 7.

  • Grand Jury Returns 97 Indictments in September Term

    Tuesday, September 14

    HUNTINGDON (September 7-8) — The Grand Jury of the Carroll County Circuit Court returned 97 indictments, including DUI, child abuse and rape, vehicular homicide, various drug charges, et cetera.

  • McKenzie to Purchase Speed Calming Device, Allows Gaga Pit

    Tuesday, September 14

    McKENZIE (September 9) — The City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council met Thursday evening, September 9. The main topic of discussion was the possible purchase of what city officials term speed calming devices. In essence, the devices are radar speed signs, designed to slow motorists by alerting them of their speed.

  • Cemetery Headstone Damaged

    Tuesday, September 14

    William D. Simmons is seeking information concerning damage to his and his late wife’s, Peggy W. Simmons, headstone in Trezevant Cemetery.

  • Sass, Dixon to Participate in Dixie Triathlon, Attend Nights on Broadway in Downtown McKenzie

    Tuesday, September 14

    Krista Winkler Sass and Amy Dixon, who recently competed in Tokyo in the Paralympics, plan to compete in the Dixie Triathlon at the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake. They will also make an appearance at the Nights on Broadway Thursday, September 16.

  • McKenzie Banner September 14, 2021

    Tuesday, September 14

  • McKenzie Remains Undefeated

    Tuesday, September 14

    TROY — McKenzie wrapped up three weeks of road games with a trip to another set of Rebels at Obion Central. They left with another win, 40-14, after trailing 14-7 at the end of the first quarter. This was the second 4-A team the Rebels have defeated having shut out Chester County 36-0 two weeks ago.

  • War Eagles Soar in Win Over South Fulton

    Tuesday, September 14

    ATWOOD (September 10) — Keeping West Carroll senior quarterback Xander Moon out of the end zone is turning out to be a tough task.

  • Gleason Defeats Scotts Hill 49-13

    Tuesday, September 14

    The Gleason Bulldogs are now 3-1 after defeating Scotts Hill 49-13 on Friday. Next week, Gleason travels to Dresden for a region matchup. Both teams are 3-1.

  • McKenzie Golf Roundup

    Tuesday, September 14

    Under new leadership of Coach Tyler Holt, the 2021 MHS Rebel Golf season kicked off on August 2 at Carroll Lake Golf Course where they hosted Gleason and Clarksburg schools. McKenzie had the overall lowest scores and won both the ladies’ and men’s matches. Juleyanne Weatherford was the ladies’ medalist with a score of 42 while Nolan Renfro was the gentlemen’s medalist with a low of 40.

  • Huntingdon Picks Up Third Win Against Riverside

    Tuesday, September 14

    PARSONS (September 11) — The Huntingdon Mustangs returned to action Friday night picking up their third win of the season following last week’s COVID-19 forfeiture by Camden. Huntingdon’s second non-region win came against the Riverside Panthers, 26-14; the Panthers came into the game undefeated at 3-0.

  • McKenzie Lady Rebels Soccer Opens Season

    Tuesday, September 14

    McKenzie Lady Rebels soccer opened their season last week with a 3-0 loss at Crockett County last Tuesday, September 7.

  • Calendar 9-14-21

    Tuesday, September 14

    Archaeological Show In Hollow Rock The Jimmy French Memorial Archaeological Show is Saturday, October 2, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Hollow Rock Community Center and Fire Hall. This is a display-only show of American Indian and Civil War artifacts. Also, there will be chungke and atlatl demonstrations and aboriginal pottery, bow and arrow-making.

  • Weekly 150: Ruth Brashear

    Tuesday, September 14

    I think every kid in school got excited about getting a substitute teacher back in the day. It was usually a guaranteed movie day or possibly a day with extended recess, at least in the elementary school days and before common core or standardized tests with repercussions. But there is always an exception to every rule, it was not going to be a free day if Miss Ruth showed up.

  • Beam Us All Up Scotty

    Tuesday, September 14

    Transfer Portal.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, September 14

    Shelby Anne Nicholas, 23, of Lavinia to Jacob Cameron Pruett, 23, of Lavinia.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, September 14

    Stolen Items Recovered, Two Arrested — Two Trezevant men were arrested on Sept. 4 when stolen items were found to be in their possession.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, September 14

    Tammy Nolen Hardy to Michael Allen and Carrie Ann Van Slyke in District 7.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 14

    Driving On Suspended License — A two-vehicle accident shortly before noon, Saturday, September 4, resulted in separate charges for each of the drivers. The first driver, Antonio Villanueva Calderon, 58, Mimosa Street, McKenzie was found to be driving on a revoked license due to a previous DUI conviction. Calderon was taken into custody for first offense driving while license is revoked. The other driver, Nikia Hart, was cited into McKenzie City Court for not having proof of insurance.

  • General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, September 14

    HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on September 8 and 9.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 14

    License, Speeding Violations — Quentin Dangelo Bowden, 29, of McKenzie was cited for driving on a suspended license (first offense) and speeding during a Sept. 5 traffic stop on Buena Vista Road.

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