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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 5-4-21

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In this issue

  • McKenzie Station Bar & Grill Hosts Ribbon-Cutting

    Wednesday, May 5

    McKENZIE (April 16) — McKenzie Station Bar & Grill at 5 Broadway hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, joined by staff, community leaders and local business leaders.

  • McKenzie Middle Projected Winner of National Contest

    Wednesday, May 5

    McKenzie Middle School students are the projected winners of the Middle/Elementary School Winners.

  • McKinney Completes Pharmacy School

    Wednesday, May 5

    JACKSON — Brianna Douglas McKinney of McKenzie is graduating from Union University School of Pharmacy on May 15 with her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree.

  • McKenzie Graduate is Bethel SGA President

    Wednesday, May 5

    McKENZIE — Alivia Green is the president of Bethel University’s Student Government Association. The 2019 graduate of McKenzie High School and enrolled at Bethel in the fall of 2019.

  • Emergency Services Respond to Haz-Mat Situation in McKenzie

    Tuesday, May 4

    McKENZIE (April 29) — Carroll County Hazardous Materials Team, McKenzie Police Department, and McKenzie Fire and Rescue were called to 396 Euclid Avenue, McKenzie to a building owned by Scorpion Research, LLC. concerning a hazardous materials situation.

  • Seven Inducted in County Sports Hall of Fame

    Tuesday, May 4

    HUNTINGDON (May 1) — Seven persons were inducted as the newest members of the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame during the May 1 ceremony at the Carroll County Civic Center. This was the 19th event, held annually except in 2020 during the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. The new inductees were selected for the 2020 class and inducted on Saturday.

  • Budget Amendments on County’s Agenda

    Tuesday, May 4

    The May 10 agenda for the Carroll County Commission is filled with budget amendments as the county’s prepares to close the fiscal year on June 30.

  • Tree Removed at Courthouse

    Tuesday, May 4

    HUNTINGDON (May 3) — Crew members from Asplundh tree service removed a dead tree from the lawn of the Carroll County Courthouse on Monday. County officials determined the dead tree was a danger to citizens and property and chose to remove it.

  • Bassmaster Junior National Championship is in Carroll County

    Tuesday, May 4

    BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — National championships for the fastest-growing youth and high school fishing circuits in the country are on Tennessee fisheries.

  • Hutcherson Signs with Super Bowl Winning Buccaneers

    Tuesday, May 4

    (May 1) — After months of anticipation and years of hard work, former Huntingdon High School football standout and University of South Carolina redshirt-senior lineman, Sadarious Hutcherson learned his fate with the NFL. He will begin his professional career with the reigning Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

  • Turner Honored with Taylor Buckley Scholarship

    Tuesday, May 4

    The Taylor Buckley Cheerleading Scholarship was presented to McKenzie High School Senior Cheerleader Graycie Turner at the MHS Sports Banquet on April 18.

  • Rebels Fall to Peabody, Westview

    Tuesday, May 4

    TRENTON/McKENZIE (April 27, 30) — The McKenzie High School Rebel soccer team lost a pair of games last week by narrow margins. Tuesday, they traveled to face Peabody and fell 2-1. Friday, they hosted district foe Westview and were defeated 4-2.

  • McKenzie Routs Stewart County, 13-3

    Tuesday, May 4

    McKENZIE (April 26) — The McKenzie High School Rebels hosted the Stewart County Rebels Monday for a non-district baseball contest. McKenzie rode two big innings to a 13-3 victory in six innings.

  • Pictorial History of McKenzie: City Hall Dedication

    Tuesday, May 4

    Dedication of New City Hall, 1992. Mayor Bob Putman at the podium. File photo originally published in “A Pictorial History of McKenzie, Tennessee,” by The McKenzie Banner in October 2004.

  • Weekly 150: Lou Sherwood

    Tuesday, May 4

    It seems 1996 was a transitional year for McKenzie as three memorable and iconic businesses locked their doors for a final time. Moseley Seed and Feed, Wrinkles Hardware and Forestwood Restaurant. While working on the story for John Moseley, I came across the story of Lou Sherwood’s retirement written by Linda Bolton.

  • Tennessee Strawberry Season is Here

    Tuesday, May 4

    NASHVILLE — With warm spring days in the forecast, Tennessee farms will quickly have fields turning red with juicy and sweet strawberries. If you are looking for the freshest berries, head straight to the farm.

  • HCMC Offering COVID-19 Vaccine to 16, 17 Year Olds

    Tuesday, May 4

    PARIS — Henry County Medical Center continues to be a COVID-19 vaccination provider to the area, working with the State of Tennessee and the Henry County Health Department to vaccinate our community. The State of Tennessee is now open to anyone who wants to have a COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Talk About Two Peas In A Pod…

    Tuesday, May 4

    I stood in line behind a young lady at the “Just Love Coffee Café” in Nolensville, Tennessee, trying to get a better look at the tattoo running down her left forearm…without looking like I was trying to get a better look at the tattoo running down her left forearm!

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, May 4

    Complaint Leads to Discovery of Outstanding Warrants — James L. Gouge, 42, Hill Road, Paris and Jessica Cartret, 38, 40th Avenue, Nashville were both arrested by McKenzie Police Department on outstanding warrants from other jurisdictions.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, May 4

    DUI — Carla Lawton, 45, of Huntingdon was charged with DUI (first offense) on April 21.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, May 4

    Vehicle Theft — Deputies are investigating the recent theft of a vehicle from private property in Hollow Rock.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, May 4

    Mark Owen and others to Mark Owen and Jeri L. Richardson in District 16.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, May 4

    Matthew Bradley Price, 25, of Eagle Rock, Missouri to Jutsupa Anantapivat, 27, of Sukhothai, Thailand.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, May 4

    HUNTINGDON (April 28-30) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court with the following dispositions.

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