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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 6-15-21

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  • Farmers' Market News

    Wednesday, June 16

    A bumper crop of fresh produce, delicious baked goods, and unique crafts brought in over 260 customers to the market on Saturday. We also had a drawing for a delicious apple coffee cake made by Kathryn McDonald and a pound of David Featherston’s fresh roasted Front Porch Coffee. Shirley Nanney was the winning ticket holder.

  • Cachengo With A Heart Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    Wednesday, June 16

    HUNTINGDON — Cachengo With A Heart held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday to celebrate the opening of the counseling service. Janae Young of Huntingdon, a licensed counselor, opened the space in the former service station of C.B. Kee on South Main Street in Huntingdon. Organizing the event was the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Alpha and Omega Counseling Opens in Huntingdon

    Wednesday, June 16

    Alpha and Omega Counseling held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday in the former CB Kee Service Station on South Main, Huntingdon. It provides full counseling services in offices provided by Cachengo With A Heart.

  • Haven Steel Products, Inc. Hosts Ribbon Cutting

    Wednesday, June 16

    McKENZIE (June 11) — A new division of Haven Steel Products, Inc., the leading supplier of spring steel components, opened in McKenzie on 25570 Highway 22 N.

  • Inglenook Book Club News

    Tuesday, June 15

    The Inglenook Book Club met in June at Lakeside Assisted Living Center with 20 members and two guests present. Hostesses were Carolyn Goodwin and Victoria Ard, assisted by Elaine Williams.

  • Hunter Ensley, Tennessee Vols Headed to College World Series

    Tuesday, June 15

    Following June 12 and June 13’s subsequent wins against the Louisiana State University Tigers in the Knoxville Super Regional at Knoxville’s Lindsey Nelson Stadium, the University of Tennessee baseball team is scheduled to play in its first College World Series since 2005. This will be the University of Tennessee’s fifth ever appearance in the College World Series. Tennessee’s first game is June 20 at 1 p.m. CST / 2 p.m. EST at the TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. The Vols will play the University of Virgina. ESPN networks will televise the game.

  • Bank of Gleason Vice President Graduates LSU School of Banking

    Tuesday, June 15

    BATON ROUGE, La. (June 2) — Preston Frazier, vice president of Bank of Gleason in Gleason, Tennessee, is among 129 bankers to receive a graduation diploma Wednesday from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.

  • Hometown Hangout Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKENZIE (June 9) — Hometown Hangout hosted its Ribbon Cutting celebration Wednesday at 4 p.m., where the staff offered the first 25 customers one free scoop of ice cream or a small shaved ice. All customers from Wednesday were entered into a raffle to win a $50 gift certificate. 

  • McKenzie Auto Parts Celebrates 50 Years of Business

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKENZIE — June 15 marks 50 years since Marvin Newman and Charles Hudson began McKenzie Auto Parts on 15385 Highland Drive. 

  • Veterans Park Flag Pole Rededicated

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKENZIE (June 11, 2021) — The City of McKenzie rededicated the flag pole at Veterans Park in Downtown McKenzie to the late James L. Washburn on Friday. In attendance were Mayor Jill Holland, McKenzie Industrial Board Director and Chamber President Monica Heath, Daniel Hollowell of Maddox Insurance along with Washburn family members; Ramona Washburn, Jeff and Jennifer Washburn, Joel and Teresa Washburn, and Brittany and Jason Martin.

  • Trezevant Approves Budget, Accepts Resignation

    Tuesday, June 15

    TREZEVANT (June 8) — The City of Trezevant adopted a new budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year beginning July 1 during its Tuesday, June 8 meeting. During the meeting, the board inducted Don Barger as a councilman to replace Christie Creyssels, who resigned in May. The board accepted the resignation of Eddie Granger, who submitted his resignation through written correspondence read during the meeting.

  • Two Arrested for Drugs While on Moped

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKenzie Police Department arrested a McKenzie woman and a Sharon man for drugs after a traffic stop on a moped on June 8 around 4:19 p.m.

  • McKenzie’s Nights On Broadway Begins Thursday

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKenzie Main Street’s Nights On Broadway kicks off Thursday, June 17 from 7 to 9 p.m. on Broadway Street in downtown McKenzie. Attendance is free of charge. Get ready to bring your lawn chairs, enjoy food from local vendors and stop by McKenzie’s many downtown shops.

  • McKenzie Approves Budget

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKENZIE (June 10) — The City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council met Thursday, June 10, to discuss and approve the second and final reading of the 2021-22 Fiscal Year Budget. Projected expenses versus revenue for 2021-22 is $3,88,855 to $4,432,145 creating a surplus valued at $548,290.

  • County Approves Budget with No Tax Increase

    Tuesday, June 15

    HUNTINGDON (June 14) — The $24.3 million 2021-22 fiscal year budget was approved in the June session of the Carroll County Commission on Monday, June 14 following approval by the Carroll County Budget Committee and the Resolution Committee. Meeting at the Carroll County Civic Center, the commission approved a three-percent pay raise for employees. Constitutional elected officials will receive a two-percent increase. Commissioners pay remains unchanged at $100 per commission meeting and $50 for committee meetings.

  • McKenzie School Approves 2021-22 Budget, Pursues Building Project at MHS

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKenzie (June 10) — There is no property tax increase to fund the 2021-22 fiscal year budget for the McKenzie Special School District. The Board of Education of the McKenzie Special School District approved the budget and tax rate of $1.1844, a rate equal to the certified tax rate of more than 20 years. One of the highlights of the budget is the final $884,000 payment on the financing bond for the construction of McKenzie High School, constructed in 1998.

  • Three Generations At Spivey Eye Clinic

    Tuesday, June 15

    McKENZIE — Dr. Brooke Spivey, the oldest daughter of Dr. Scott Spivey, began her practice at Spivey Eye Clinic on 45 Hospital Drive in McKenzie last month, making her the third-generation Spivey to join the business, after her dad and her grandfather, Dr. A.L. Spivey III. Brooke, a 2014 graduate from McKenzie High School and a 2017 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin, graduated with her doctorate degree from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis this May.

  • Summer Fun

    Tuesday, June 15

    Children are enjoying the McKenzie Splash Pad, in downtown McKenzie, located between Waldran Street and South Stonewall and adjacent to the former railroad depot.

  • HCMC Has Positive Projections on COVID, Hospital

    Tuesday, June 15

    PARIS — The outlook for Henry County Medical Center, particularly as it relates to COVID-19 and hospital volumes continue to be very positive, CEO Lisa Casteel announced during her community update for June.

  • Weekly 150: Harold Ross Martin

    Tuesday, June 15

    Harold Ross Martin was born December 11, 1929, to Luther Lee (1889–1961) and Mossie Cooper Martin (1892–1967). He was the youngest of five children; Caywood, Hazel, Kathryn and Rachael Jean.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, June 15

    Drug Possession — Sarah M. Burks, 35, and Brittany Baker, 30, both of Huntingdon, were both charged with drug possession and drug paraphernalia violations following a June 5 search of a Huntingdon residence.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, June 15

    Aggravated Assault — Christopher Darien Ramsey, 27, of 417 High Street, Hollow Rock, was charged with aggravated assault, domestic assault, and false imprisonment on June 6 after allegedly stabbing his wife.

  • Carroll County General Sessions Report

    Tuesday, June 15

    HUNTINGDON (June 9-10) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on June 9 and 10.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, June 15

    Mitchell and Kirk Akins to Stacy Baker.

  • McKenzie Police Department Reports

    Tuesday, June 15

    Domestic Assault — Calvin R. Loftis, 47, Walnut Circle, McKenzie, was charged with domestic assault after a 1:17 a.m. incident on June 7.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, June 15

    Michael Anthony Cutts, 45, of McKenzie to Lauren Marie Conrad Parker, 39, of McKenzie.

  • Calendar 6-15-21

    Tuesday, June 15

    Huntingdon School Board to Meet Huntingdon Special School District Board of Education meets Thursday, June 17, 5 p.m. at the Central Office, 585 High Street, Huntingdon.

  • A Man For All Seasons

    Tuesday, June 15

    Daddy woke me up at first light the morning after I graduated from college with a 28 inch McCulloch 142 chainsaw in his hand, “Son, get up! Mother’s got breakfast on the table. We’ve got work to do.”

  • MSSD - Bid for Ink and Toner

    Tuesday, June 15

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