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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 2-23-21


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In this issue

  • County’s Dispatchers Make Sacrifices, Serve the Public

    Thursday, February 25

    HUNTINGDON — Carroll County’s emergency services dispatchers went beyond the call of duty last week as they chose to remain at the Dispatch Center around the clock instead of traveling home during their off-hours.

  • Respiratory Therapist Remains at Hospital Overnight During Inclement Weather

    Thursday, February 25

    PARIS — Healthcare workers are true warriors. This year has been extremely tough with the knowns and unknowns and COVID-19 topped by unusual winter weather.

  • Area Citizen Clears Little General Parking Lot for Free

    Thursday, February 25

    McKENZIE (February 16) — The associates of Little General in McKenzie were pleasantly surprised on Tuesday, February 16 when the parking lot was cleared of snow by a kind area man.

  • Motorists Damage Water Hydrants

    Tuesday, February 23

    McKENZIE (February 19) — Crews with the McKenzie Water and Sewer Department were busy after two motorists damaged roadside water hydrants last Thursday.

  • McKenzie Banner February 23, 2021

    Tuesday, February 23

  • Winter Storms Disrupt Area Travel, Business

    Tuesday, February 23

    Temperature observations at Jackson through the National Weather Service, indicated 10 days of temperatures below the 32 degree freezing point. Temperatures on February 11 were 27 to 31 degrees and down to three degrees on February 20, which also had a temperature high of 42.

  • Ages 65 and Up, Teachers Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine

    Tuesday, February 23

    NASHVILLE (February 21) — Tennessee began registering Tennesseans aged 65 and older and those in Phase 1b of the state’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan COVID-19 for vaccinations on February 22. Phase 1b includes staff members of kindergarten through 12th grade schools and child care facilities.

  • County Mayor Butler Adopts Newborns

    Tuesday, February 23

    Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler and wife, Megan, are the adoptive parents of newborn boys, born Thursday, February 18 in Florida.

  • Utility Entities Experience Few Problems During Winter Storm

    Tuesday, February 23

    HUNTINGDON (February 22) — Carroll County Electric Department and West Tennessee Public Utilities experienced few problems during the 10 days of freezing temperatures. According to the National Weather Service at Memphis, its observed temperatures at Jackson were zero on February 16. Temperatures hit a high of 42 on February 20 and 56 on February 21.


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