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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 2-2-21


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In this issue

  • Notice to Creditors Bruce Wayne Kemp

    Wednesday, February 17

  • The Fellowship Hall Hosts Ribbon-Cutting

    Wednesday, February 3

    McKENZIE (January 29) — A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday afternoon at The Fellowship Hall ahead of its Saturday grand opening. Owner-operators Weltonette and Jermaine Taylor welcomed community and business leaders, including Mayor Jill Holland, into the venue at 150 Broadway for a sneak peak at the various services offered at the new business.

  • Expressions Tanning Salon, Kiddie Kingdom Christian Academy

    Wednesday, February 3

    McKENZIE — Felicia Boyd operates two businesses in McKenzie — one in the much-needed service of daycare and another new venture, Expressions Tanning Salon.

  • War Eagle Luke Moore Honored For Reaching 1,000 Points

    Wednesday, February 3

    ATWOOD (January 29) — West Carroll senior basketball standout Luke Moore was honored between Friday’s games against McKenzie for reaching 1,000 points.

  • After-School Programs Join Forces, Share Resources

    Wednesday, February 3

    McKENZIE — Renee Hodson, founder of Two Sisters and a Book, and Reverend Garrett Burns, director of Community Engagement at Bethel University, both spoke to McKenzie Rotary Club about their after-school tutoring and mentoring programs.

  • McKenzie Sweeps West Carroll

    Wednesday, February 3

    ATWOOD (January 29) — West Carroll High School hosted McKenzie Friday for a pair of district contests. The Lady Rebels pulled away early for a 61-24 win, and the Rebels completed the road sweep, 63-49, despite a big third-quarter rally by the War Eagles.

  • Gleason Loses Two to Greenfield

    Wednesday, February 3

    GREENFIELD (January 29) — In-county basketball rivals met in Greenfield on January 29 in which the home team took two victories over Gleason. The Lady ‘Jackets avenged an earlier season loss with a 47-40 victory on Friday. In January, Gleason Lady Bulldogs won 52-42.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Wednesday, February 3

    DUI, Leaving Scene of Accident — Gabrielle N.  Cheatham, 19, of Lewisburg, Tenn. was charged with DUI and leaving the scene on January 31 shortly after midnight.Officer Mark Boaz was …

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Wednesday, February 3

    Debit Card Fraud — Deputies are looking into a recent report of debit card fraud. Holly Miller told deputies on Jan. 20 that several unauthorized charges had been made on her debit card totaling $133. She said she spoke with her bank and they told her the charges were made through a cash app by a Dresden man, who Miller said she had gone out with on a date.

  • Property Transfers

    Wednesday, February 3

    •Associated Publishers, Inc. to Dennis M. and Melisa H. Richardson. •Amy Lynn Grimes to Taylor Lee Walls in District 23. •John Robert Van Gothem to Allie Franklin and Susan M. Hopper in District 16.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Wednesday, February 3

    •Crystal Nichole Eaton, 35, of Jackson to Mitchell Edward Robertson, 38, of Hollow Rock.•Anthony Stephen Davis, 41, of Huntingdon to Mary Elizabeth Haynes Jennette, 40, of …

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Wednesday, February 3

    Drugs, Trespassing — Sheldon E. Dubois, 28, of Huntingdon was charged with criminal trespassing and various drug charges on Jan. 7 at a Huntingdon residence.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Court Report

    Wednesday, February 3

    HUNTINGDON (January 27) — A single case was heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on Wednesday, January 27. COVID-19 pandemic and the state’s Supreme Court mandate to limit possible exposure in the courtrooms have severely reduced the number of cases being heard in any state courts.

  • What's Cookin' 2-2-21

    Wednesday, February 3

    Mexican Corn Bread1-1/2 cup self rising meal3 eggs1 cup grated cheese1 small can Mexican Corn1 cup buttermilk2/3 cup Wesson oil3 hot peppers, choppedMix and bake at 350 degrees for 45 …

  • Calendar 2-2-21

    Wednesday, February 3

    Covid-19 DisclaimerAll items appearing on this calendar are subject to postponement or cancellation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The McKenzie Banner has not received notice of changes to any of the …

  • Elemental Music Begins February 5 at The Dixie

    Wednesday, February 3

    Birdsong School of Music, in partnership with The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center, is proud to offer Elemental Music for ages 2-11 beginning Friday, February 5.

  • Pottery Classes Begin in February At Mudslingers Pottery Studio

    Wednesday, February 3

    Mudslingers Pottery Studio and The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center are hosting opportunities for students to experience the hands-on basics of pottery under the …

  • He ‘Hammered’ Life Into Us

    Wednesday, February 3

    On Tuesday, April 13, 1954, a young Jim Greengrass, batting 5th and playing leftfield for the Cincinnati Reds, hit four doubles that led his team to victory.

  • Weekly 150: Leslie A. Haugen

    Wednesday, February 3

    I like to make the joke that the Feds are just around the corner because Big Brother is always watching. But did you know, for 24 years, a former FBI agent called McKenzie home?

  • Healthcare Workers Fighting COVID-19 with Vaccines

    Wednesday, February 3

    NASHVILLE (February 1) — On Tuesday, January 26, Henry County Medical Center vaccinated 825 people in one day with their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. As of Sunday, Tennessee has vaccinated 654,537 people since mid-December 2020.

  • Dr. Simpson Joins Southern Chiropractic

    Wednesday, February 3

    HUNTINGDON — Southern Chiropractic and Acupuncture in Huntingdon welcomes Dr. Shelley Simpson to the practice. She joins Dr. Brock Martin and Dr. Krista Martin in their practice.

  • Carroll County Electric Hears Updates on Projects

    Wednesday, February 3

    HUNTINGDON (January 28) — Carroll County Electric’s Board of Directors heard updates on several projects during its monthly meeting at the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Watershed Authority Approves Boat Dock Permit, Hears Audit Report

    Wednesday, February 3

    HUNTINGDON (January 26) — The Carroll County Watershed Authority approved a single boat dock permit and approved the audit report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020.

  • Brent Dearmon Takes Over MTSU Offense

    Wednesday, February 3

    MURFREESBORO (January 28) — On Wednesday, it was confirmed former Bethel University Head Football Coach and university hall-of-fame quarterback, Brent Dearmon, was hired by Middle Tennessee State University. He will assume the role of offensive coordinator replacing Tony Franklin who retired at the end of the 2020 season.

  • Representative Tandy Darby Appointed Deputy Whip

    Wednesday, February 3

    NASHVILLE — House Majority Whip Johnny Garrett, R-Goodlettsville, has named State Rep. Tandy Darby, R-Greenfield, to fill one of seven Deputy Whip positions within the Tennessee House Republican Caucus of the 112th Tennessee General Assembly.

  • Governor Lee Relaxes State Restrictions on Sports

    Wednesday, February 3

    NASHVILLE (January 28) — In an announcement, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced he has lifted the restrictions on sporting events contained in Executive Order No. 74.

  • Chamber Certified as Non-Profit 501c3

    Wednesday, February 3

    McKENZIE — After an absence of approximately 40 years, McKenzie again has its own Chamber of Commerce. The new McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and Industry was certified as a Non-Profit 501c3 Organization last week by the Internal Revenue Service. Ed Perkins was the first member of the new Chamber. The membership drive is underway.

  • Construction Continues at The Lodge at Paris Landing

    Wednesday, February 3

    BUCHANAN, Tenn. — Much progress has been made recently with the ongoing construction at The Lodge at Paris Landing. The project is approximately 35 percent complete at this time, with completion on target for the fall of 2021.

  • U.S. Senator Praises County For Growth, Perseverance

    Wednesday, February 3

    WASHINGTON (January 28) — U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn conducted a Zoom conference with leaders in Carroll County on Thursday, January 28.

  • Pottery Direct Hires Employees

    Wednesday, February 3

    Pottery Direct’s new 40,000 square-foot building, located on Rochelle Road in the McKenzie Industrial Park South, is complete and employees are now training to produce clay pottery.

  • McKenzie Banner 2-2-21

    Tuesday, February 2


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