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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 9-6-22

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In this issue

  • UT-Martin Names Local Students to Chancellor’s Honor Roll

    Tuesday, September 6

    MARTIN —The outstanding academic achievements of undergraduate students at the University of Tennessee at Martin have been honored with publication of the Summer 2022 Chancellor’s Honor Rolls for the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, College of Business and Global Affairs, College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences and the College of Humanities and Fine Arts.

  • McKenzie Banner September 6, 2022

    Tuesday, September 6

  • Officials Take Oath of Office

    Tuesday, September 6

    HUNTINGDON (September 1) — Recently elected and reelected officials of Carroll County and members of the judiciary, who serve the 24th Judicial District were administered the oath of office on Thursday, September 1, 1:30 p.m. at the Carroll County Courthouse.

  • 2022 McKenzie Homecoming Royalty

    Tuesday, September 6

    Every year Homecoming is a very special event and this year is no exception.

  • Lori Nolen is New Huntingdon Councilperson

    Tuesday, September 6

    HUNTINGDON (September 2) — Lori Nolen is the new councilperson in the Town of Huntingdon. She was selected to fill the vacancy created when Vice-Mayor Nina Smothers assumed the office of mayor upon the death of Mayor Dale Kelley.

  • McKenzie All-City Party September 15

    Tuesday, September 6

    The City of McKenzie is hosting an All-City Party on Thursday, September 15, 2022, 6-7 p.m. with the final 2022 Nights on Broadway immediately following at 7 p.m.

  • County Commission to Vote on Zoning Change For Resort, Substance-Abuse Treatment Center

    Tuesday, September 6

    HUNTINGDON — Carroll County commissioners convene Monday, September 12, 6:30 p.m. to vote on a change to the planning regulations in the area of the Carroll County 1000-Acre Lake.

  • West Carroll School Board Adds New Members

    Tuesday, September 6

    ATWOOD — The West Carroll School Board met Thursday evening, September 1, for their regular monthly session.

  • Tatertown Special’s 49th Event Was a Success

    Tuesday, September 6

    Gleason, Tennessee, a.k.a Tatertown, USA was a busy place as the Gleason Gazelles and the Gleason Community during the 49th Annual Tatertown Special.

  • Two Retire From Carroll County Electric

    Tuesday, September 6

    Hilda Wallace retired from Carroll County Electric Department as the longest serving employee.

  • Late Summer Vegetables Available at Farmers Market

    Tuesday, September 6

    McKENZIE —  The McKenzie Farmers Market still has late summer vegetables including tomatoes, okra, squash, zucchini, onions and peas. In addition, our vendors have great breads, cookies, Mexican cornbread, relishes, jams, jellies, crocheted items, natural cleaning products, candles, home décor and more. 

  • Henry County Solar Farm-Puryear on Target for Completion in December

    Tuesday, September 6

    Puryear, Tenn. — The 6.75 megawatt solar installation at Paris Solar Farm – Puryear is on pace to be completed by early December.

  • HCMC Welcomes Eight New Third-Year Medical Students

    Tuesday, September 6

    PARIS — Henry County Medical Center welcomed eight new third-year medical students from Lincoln Memorial University’s DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine to campus on Friday, July 15.

  • McKenzie Garden Club News

    Tuesday, September 6

    The McKenzie Garden Club met Friday afternoon at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church with President Myra Sasser calling the meeting to order.

  • Gridiron Guide 2022

    Tuesday, September 6

  • Calendar 9-6-22

    Tuesday, September 6

    McKenzie All-City Party September 15 The City of McKenzie is hosting an All-City Party on Thursday, September 15, 2022, 6-7 p.m. with the final 2022 Nights on Broadway immediately following at 7 p.m.

  • McKenzie Defeats South Fulton 54-6 on Homecoming

    Tuesday, September 6

    McKENZIE (September 2) — McKenzie Rebels easily captured a victory over the visiting South Fulton Red Devils on Friday and now stand at 3-0 on the season.

  • Huntingdon Routs Camden

    Tuesday, September 6

    HUNTINGDON — The Mustangs hosted Camden on Thursday night, September 1 going in with a 1-1 record and had a big night against the Lions rolling to a 57-0 win.

  • West Carroll Slips By Humboldt

    Tuesday, September 6

    ATWOOD — The first region contest of the season had the War Eagles hosting the Humboldt Vikings in a low scoring defensive game. West Carroll went into the contest unbeaten after defeating Bruceton and Gleason in the first two weeks of the season.

  • MMS Rebels Hand West Carroll First Defeat

    Tuesday, September 6

    ATWOOD — McKenzie Middle’s Rebels traveled to Atwood on Thursday, September 1 for a game against the unbeaten War Eagles. It didn’t take long for either team to score with both teams finding the end zone early in the first quarter for a 6-6 tie halfway through the quarter.

  • MMS Lady Rebel Softball Wins Close One

    Tuesday, September 6

    McKENZIE — The McKenzie Middle School Lady Rebels softball team played host to Bruceton on Tuesday, August 30 coming away with a 4-3 victory.

  • Lady Rebel Soccer Loses Heartbreaker

    Tuesday, September 6

    The Lady Rebel Soccer season is well underway having hosted their first four matches at home in August. The season opener against Sacred Heart was a forfeit win.

  • McKenzie Golf Teams Playing Well

    Tuesday, September 6

    The McKenzie Golf team is already nearing the end of their regular season and preparing for district and region tournaments in September.

  • Cats Pull Off Upset of No. 9 Reinhardt

    Tuesday, September 6

    WALESKA, Ga. — The Bethel Wildcats football team and the No. 9 Reinhardt Eagles met for the eighth time in the series last Saturday, September 3. As in the past, it was another intense and hard-fought affair. 

  • Bethel Golf Takes Second at Invitational

    Tuesday, September 6

    CENTERVILLE, Tenn. — The Lady Wildcat golf team opened their season Wednesday in Centerville, Tennessee at the Riley Moore Memorial Invitational. It was a big day for the team and Bethel’s Shelsea Vera. 

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, September 6

    Public Intoxication — Macee Danielle Bailey, 24, Highway 77, Huntingdon was charged with Public Intoxication on August 28.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, September 6

    Sadie Rae Server, 25 of Huntingdon to Avery Wayne Coffman, 39 of Huntingdon.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, September 6

    Domestic Assault — On August 16, officers responded to 535 Hill Court in reference to a domestic. Upon arrival officers spoke with Damion L. Byrd, 22, of Huntingdon, who admitted to the domestic assault on the mother of his child, Sarah Sturdivant, at their residence of 535 Hill Court in Huntingdon. According to the victim, the defendant grabbed her by the face and pulled her down to the ground. The victim had visible injuries to her face and hand. 

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, September 6

    Betty Simmons to Phillip E. Coleman in District 22.

  • Weekly 150: Dale R. Kelley

    Tuesday, September 6

    For two years, I have been on the cusp of writing a series of Weekly 150 articles on the life of Dale Kelley. Following his death a few weeks ago, I figure it’s finally time to pay homage to a man whose name has become synonymous with Huntingdon and Carroll County.

  • Ah, But It’s Still Football...I Think

    Tuesday, September 6

    On the third day of football practice my freshman year in high school Tommy Herron hit me so hard I saw stars. Literally! The whole earth started spinning. Trees behind the practice field seemed to be falling. My helmet was twisted around my face so I was looking out the ear hole.

  • Notice to Creditors - PINSON

    Tuesday, September 6

  • Notice to Creditors - McHAN

    Tuesday, September 6

  • Notice to Creditors - BRUMMITT

    Tuesday, September 6