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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 2-16-21

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In this issue

  • McKenzie Lady Rebels Earn 65-63 Win Over Arlington Lady Tigers

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKENZIE (February 9) — McKenzie Lady Rebels (23-1) earned a hard fought 65-63 victory over the visiting team from Arlington on Tuesday, February 9.

  • McKenzie Basketball Seniors Honored at Rotary Club Meeting

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKENZIE (February 9) — Senior basketball players for the McKenzie High School Rebels were guests of honor at the McKenzie Rotary Club meeting on February 9.

  • McKenzie Kicker Receives Prestigious Camp Invite

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKenzie Rebel kicker Zach Aird recently attended the Oberkrom Kicking Camp at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. At the conclusion of the camp, Aird received an invitation to attend the NKR Top 20 Invitational in May in New Orleans. The “by invitation only” camp will allow the sophomore kicker to compete against kickers from all over the nation.

  • Clean Kutz Barber Shop

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKENZIE — When one job opportunity ended, another career began for Tommy Horton, owner of Clean Kutz barber shop. Horton, a native McKenzian, worked at New Generations Furniture Company when it closed. He then bounced around factory to factory when he decided to become his own boss and own his own company.

  • Howard’s Barber Shop

    Wednesday, February 17

    HUNTINGDON — Desmond Taylor is continuing a family tradition of barbering. From his 13340 Paris Street location, Taylor cuts men’s hair just as his late great-uncle, Harold Howard did. The name of the barber shop continues to bear the name of Mr. Howard.

  • Bethel University Student-Athletes, Athletic Director Speak to Area High School Students

    Wednesday, February 17

    HUNTINGDON — Wednesday Bethel Senior Associate Athletic Director Brad Chappell was accompanied by three student-athletes to speak to high school seniors in Huntingdon, Tennessee at the Carroll County Civic Center.

  • Bethel Homecoming is Friday, Saturday

    Wednesday, February 17

    THIS IS POSTPONED BECAUSE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER McKENZIE — Homecoming will look a bit different this year to protect the health and safety of the Bethel community. Although all can’t come together in person this year, the feeling of the Bethel spirit and pride remains—Bethel Strong!

  • Carroll County General Sessions

    Wednesday, February 17

    HUNTINGDON (February 10) — There were only two cases heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on February 10. Both cases were dismissed.

  • Carroll County Sheriff's Reports

    Wednesday, February 17

    Theft — Kenneth Lawson of Hollow Rock told deputies on Feb. 8 that someone removed the license plate from his vehicle sometime before 8 a.m. that morning.

  • Property Transfers

    Wednesday, February 17

    •Judith M. Green to Tiffany R. Green in District 17. •Michaela Barnhill to Anton Townes in District 22. •Robert Louis Jamison to Robert Louis Jamison in District 15.

  • Gleason Man Shot

    Wednesday, February 17

    DRESDEN — A Weakley County man is hospitalized after he was shot February 10 while in a garage working on a car.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Wednesday, February 17

    Shoplifting — Sheila D. Rowe, 49, Tennessee Street, McKenzie was charged with shoplifting on February 9 after she reportedly took a Bic lighter valued at $1.99 and did not for it at Pocket’s convenience store. Video surveillance indicated she concealed the lighter and left the store. She was cited into General Sessions Court.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Wednesday, February 17

    Multiple Charges — Mark J. Rougeou, 24, of McKenzie was arrested during a Jan. 22 traffic stop in Huntingdon and has since been bound over to the Carroll County Grand Jury on charges of four counts of assault, resisting arrest, possession of a schedule VI drug, drug paraphernalia, violation of registration law, and violation of financial responsibility.

  • McKenzie Middle School is Vocabulary Bowl Winner

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKENZIE — McKenzie Middle School is the Middle School Champion for November in the Vocabulary Bowl, topping thousands of North American middle schools.

  • Baptist Hospital Radiology Receives ACR Mammography Accreditation

    Wednesday, February 17

    Baptist Memorial Hospital — Carroll County Radiology team earned the ACR Mammo Accreditation.ACR Accreditation is recognized as the gold standard in medical imaging and helps assure patients …

  • Lakeside Senior Living Community Crowns Valentine King, Queen

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKENZIE (February 12) — On Friday, February 12, 2021, residents of Lakeside Senior Living, 390 Dr. Smith Lane, McKenzie met in the living room area to announce the crowning of the 2021 Lakeside Senior Living Valentine King and Queen Contest.

  • Miss Ethel Was The Real Valentine

    Wednesday, February 17

    Valentine’s Day came and went. I didn’t get nothing. Again.

  • Weekly 150: Graden Featherstone

    Wednesday, February 17

    Graden Ambus Featherstone was born on April 20, 1908, near the Como community in Weakley County to J.D. and Lena Stoker Featherstone. He was one of four children, Murrell Penick, Lozette Burrow and Ann Harris. The family farmed for many years.

  • COVID-19 Vaccine Available at Phipps Pharmacy Huntingdon

    Wednesday, February 17

    HUNTINGDON (February 11) — Phipps Pharmacy, Huntingdon began giving COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday, February 11 by appointment. Appointments can be scheduled at www.phippspharmacy.com. All of the documentation required for the COVID-19 can be completed online to streamline the process. Those without Internet services can call Phipps Pharmacy Huntingdon at 731-535-3522.

  • HCMC Announces Department Director Of the Quarter for Last Quarter of 2020

    Wednesday, February 17

    PARIS — Henry County Medical Center proudly announced Steve Delaney, Director of Accounting, as Director of the Quarter at the December’s Department Directors’ meeting.

  • Town of Huntingdon Approves 2019-20 Audit, Seeks Grant for Fire Pumper

    Wednesday, February 17

    HUNTINGDON (February 9) — The Town of Huntingdon Board of Mayor and Council approved the 2019-20 fiscal year audit during its February 9 meeting.

  • Unemployment Increases in Area, State

    Wednesday, February 17

    NASHVILLE — Unemployment in all 95 counties in Tennessee increased during December 2020 compared to one month and one year earlier.

  • Trezevant Approves Contract to Apply for Sewer Grant

    Wednesday, February 17

    TREZEVANT (February 9) — The Board of Aldermen for the Town of Trezevant approved the contract for professional services as part of an application for a sewer rehabilitation grant application.

  • Charter Communications to Expand Broadband into Area Rural Counties

    Wednesday, February 17

    NASHVILLE — State Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) made the following statement in regards to the announcement by Charter Communications planned expansion of broadband to unserved communities through the Rural Digital Development Fund (RDOF). The initiative includes a $17.49 million investment to expand broadband to 13,573 households in District 24 which Stevens represents in the Tennessee Senate.

  • McKenzie Fire Department Extinguishes Two Outbuilding Fires

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKENZIE (February 3) — McKenzie Fire Department responded to a February 3, 6:18 a.m. fire of an outbuilding behind a residence on Tennessee Street.

  • West Carroll Approves Trips, Hires Attorney

    Wednesday, February 17

    ATWOOD (February 9) — West Carroll Board of Education met Tuesday, February 9 at the West Carroll Junior/Senior High School for its regular February meeting. On the agenda were two student trips and the hiring of a new attorney.

  • More Vaccines Headed to Tennessee

    Wednesday, February 17

    NASHVILLE — Tennessee Commissioner of Health Lisa Piercey addressed reporters with the Tennessee Press Association over a Webex virtual conference on Wednesday, February 10. Piercey was opportunistic on many fronts concerning the distribution and inoculations of the COVID-19 throughout Tennessee. She was also very frank about challenges to the distribution of vaccines.

  • City of McKenzie Annexes Profile Metal Property

    Wednesday, February 17

    The City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council met Thursday evening with a short agenda. Two public hearings dealing with the annexation of Profile Metal occurred during the meeting.

  • Huntingdon Man Charged with Two Counts of Vehicular Homicide, Felonies

    Wednesday, February 17

    WAVERLY (February 10) — A Waverly couple was killed instantly after the driver of a stolen pickup truck disregarded a red signal light in Waverly and crashed into the couple’s automobile.

  • Natural Gas Leak Closes Antique Mall, Neighboring Businesses

    Wednesday, February 17

    McKENZIE (February 10) — Businesses were evacuated surrounding the McKenzie Antique Mall on Wednesday, February 10 around 10 a.m. The business managers walked into the mall and smelled the …

  • Huntingdon Mayor Dale Kelley’s 2021 State of the City Address

    Tuesday, February 16

    HUNTINGDON (February 9) — Before looking ahead to the new year and upcoming projects, it is appropriate to reflect on the past year. The year 2020 definitely presented new challenges, but there are accomplishments to recognize also.

  • McKenzie Banner February 16, 2021

    Tuesday, February 16

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