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McKenzie Rebels vs Waverly Tigers Happening Friday at 7:30pm

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels will face the Waverly Tigers at home on Friday, September 22nd at 7:30pm.

The pregame show will begin at 7pm and you can listen to the Rebels play right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, online at whdmradio.com, or you can listen to the game by calling 712-432-5742. Just remember that if you listen to the game by phone standard rates do apply.

Final Days of the Carroll County Fair Includes Fun and Games

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Carroll County Fair continues on Friday and Saturday, September 23rd at the Fairgrounds in Huntingdon.

On Friday, September 22nd admission at the Fair will cost $10 for everything. Gates will open at 5pm and rides will begin at 6pm. If you bring in your football ticket you will get $1 off of admission.

Participants can remove their poultry between 11am and 5pm and the Mini-tractor pull event will begin at 7pm.

On Saturday, September 23rd admission to the Fair will cost $12 which includes the tractor pull and rides. Gates will open at 5pm and rides will begin at 6pm.

The Baby Show ages 1 and under will begin at 10am and admission to the show is $5. Registration for the Baby Show will be held from 9am to 9:45am and registration cost $10 for each participant.

The Dog Show will begin at 2pm and the admission fee is $5. Registration for the Dog Show will begin at 1pm and the registration fee is $5. Dogs participating in the Dog Show must be up to date on their vaccinations and remain under control at all times. Trophies and ribbons will be awarded to first, second and third places and fourth place winners will receive a ribbon only.

The USA Pullers Truck and Tractor Pull will be held at 7pm on Saturday.

Reminder: VFW Post 4939 is Hosting a Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday

McKenzie, Tenn.- The VFW Post 4939 in McKenzie will be holding a spaghetti dinner on Saturday,  September 23rd from 11am to 5:30pm at the VFW Post 4939, located at 9750 Cherrywood Avenue in McKenzie. The cost of the spaghetti plates are $6 per plate.

Reminder: 5th Annual McKenzie Basketball Golf Tournament is Saturday

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels Boys Basketball will host their Fifth Annual Golf Tournament at the Carroll Lake Golf Course on Saturday, September 23rd with tee-time beginning at 8am.

The cost to participate is $200 per team with the first place winners winning $200. There will be $100 hole sponsorship with other sponsorship opportunities including prizes for longest drive, closest to the pin and longest putt.

The event includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch, and a chance to meet the 2017-18 Rebel Boys Basketball Team. Lunch will be provided by Big Daddys and door prizes will be given out.

For more information please call the McKenzie High School Basketball Head Coach John Wilkins at 731-352-2133 or you can email him at wilkinsj4@mckenzieschools.org

Huntingdon Heritage Day is Saturday, September 23rd

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Huntingdon Heritage Day Music & Arts Festival will be held on Saturday, September 23rd from 10am to 5pm in  Downtown Huntingdon.

 The Bethel Renaissance theater will be performing at 11:30am. Adults will enjoy music, food, arts and crafts and the local band “24 Seven” along with No Time Flatt and Paula Bridges and the Bridges Band will all be performing on the Main Stage.

No Time Flatt will perform from 11:30am to 1pm, 24 Seven will perform from 1:30pm to 3pm and Paula Bridges & The Bridges Band will  perform from 3:30pm to 5pm.

 Festival goers can expect to enjoy the southern art of storytelling by Carroll Arts, Inc., a cruise-in and car show, pony rides, inflatables, ISTEA train rides, and vendor booths for jewelry, clothing, crafts, food, snow cones, and ice cream, along with music and entertainment acts on two stages.

The children’s stage, sponsored by the Huntingdon Animal Clinic, will feature family entertainment from the Dixie Youth Theatre Improv Group, Paris Landing State Park Animal Exhibit, Dancing in the Street with Bethel Renaissance Theatre, Scott Tripp Balloon Show, Rudy Ray Magic Show, plus other great acts all beginning at 11am.

The festival will also honor a local family with deep community roots who has contributed positively to the legacy of Huntingdon with its prestigious Pioneer Family Award, as well as honor one community member with its Outstanding Citizen Award.

The event is free and open to the public. So on Saturday, September 23rd make plans to enjoy this all-day music and arts festival around the Court Square, as the Town of Huntingdon celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Heritage Day.

For more information about this free event, contact Huntingdon City Hall at 731-986-2900.

McKenzie Police Charge Several People on Driving Related Offenses

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to reports from the McKenzie Police Department, Ptl. Paul Eddlemon arrested Kenneth Hinsinger, age 19 of Highway 423 of McKenzie, on Tuesday, September 12th for driving under the influence first offense.

In another report, Ptl. Austin Jones charged Bruce Ivy, age 23 of Walnut Circle of McKenzie, on Friday, September 15th for his 2nd driving on a revoked license offense.

Sgt. Jeff Winberry also arrested Brandon Bailey, age 30 of White Road of Gleason, on Wednesday, September 13th for driving on a revoked license second offense.

Thursday's Events at the Carroll County Fair

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Carroll County Fair continues today through Saturday, September 23rd at the Fairgrounds in Huntingdon.

On Thursday, September 21st admission at the Fair will cost $5 for pageant entry and rides will cost $10. Gates will open at 5pm and rides will begin at 6pm.

Senior Adult Day will be happening from 10am to 5pm. The Rook and High Five tournaments will begin at 10am. Senior adult contests which include: couple married the longest and shortest, oldest man and woman and woman with the prettiest legs. Contestants should be at least 60 years or older and they must be a resident of Carroll County. The Senior Adult contests will begin at 1pm.

The poultry judging will be held at 3:30pm on Thursday and the 4-H Pullet Show and Sale will be held at 4:30pm.

The Tiny Miss and Mr. Carroll County for kids ages 2-3 will begin at 6pm. Registration for the pageant will begin at 5:30pm and the cost to register will be $10. Pageant wear attire should be Sunday dress only, please no denim or formal wear.

The Exhibit Building will open for lunch from noon to 1pm and you can enter poultry from 1pm to 5pm.

McKenzie Man Arrested for Outstanding Warrants and Possession of Meth

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to a report from the McKenzie Police Department, Sgt. Kyle Beauchamp arrested Kenny Mann, age 46 of Hamilton Street of McKenzie, on Tuesday, September 12th for manufacture of methamphetamine.

At 1:33am, Sgt. Beauchamp conducted a traffic stop of vehicle that was parked facing the wrong side of the road with no lights on. When Sgt. Beauchamp approached the vehicle the driver of the vehicle, identified as Paul Townsend, got out of the vehicle and told Sgt. Beauchamp that he had pulled up to his friend’s house that belonged to Kenny Mann to talk to Mann about a job they need to do.

Sgt. Beauchamp then asked dispatch to check on active warrants out for both parties. Dispatch advised that Mann had four active warrants out for his arrest. Three warrants were from Henry County which were for burglary of an automobile, theft over $1,000 and Criminal trespass. Mann also had a warrant from Weakley County for failure to appear. Ptl. Steven Scott arrived at the scene to assist Sgt. Beauchamp.

Sgt. Beauchamp placed Mann under arrest and as he was arresting Mann he saw that Mann’s phone was covered in a rock like substance. Ptl. Scott then searched the vehicle where he found two more rocks on the floorboard which later tested positive for meth.

Mann was placed on $1,000 bond at the Carroll County Jail for the possession of a schedule II substance. If Mann made bond, he would then be transferred to Henry County for the three active warrants which totaled $25,000. After that Mann would be transferred to Weakley County to answer for the failure to appear charge. Townsend was not charged with a crime, but he was given a warning for illegally parking.

Grove vs Dyer County in County Football is Thursday

Paris, Tenn.- The Grove Patriots will play the Dyer County Choctaws at HCHS at 6:30pm on Thursday, September 21st.

The pregame show will start at 6:15pm and you can listen to the Patriots play right here on WHDM 98.9 fm, 1440 am, online at whdmradio.com, or you can listen to the game by calling 712-432-5742. Just remember that if you listen to the game by phone standard rates do apply.

All County Wide football games are simulcast on WLZK 94.1fm and WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am. All pre-game show times are subject to change.

Wednesday's Events at the Carroll County Fair

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Carroll County Fair continues today through Saturday, September 23rd at the Fairgrounds in Huntingdon.

On Wednesday, September 20th admission at the Fair will cost $5 for everything. Gates will open at 5pm and rides will begin at 6pm. The Exhibit Building will open for lunch from noon to 1pm and you can enter poultry from 1pm to 5pm.

             

Several Charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to reports from the McKenzie Police Department, Sgt. Kyle Beauchamp cited James Nichols, age 22 of Lackey Road of Martin, on Tuesday, September 12th for simple possession of a schedule VI substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving on a revoked license first offense.

At around 9:18pm, Sgt. Beauchamp conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle for driving with a broken tail light. When Sgt. Beauchamp spoke to the driver, identified as Nichols, he could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car. Sgt. Beauchamp then found that Nichols was driving on a revoked license so he conducted a search of the vehicle where he found 2.4 grams of marijuana, two smoking pipes, several marijuana roaches, digital scale, e-cigarette with marijuana residue and other drug paraphernalia items.

Nichols was then cited for the following offenses.

In another report, Ptl. Austin Jones cited Frank Thomas, age 20 of Cherry Avenue of McKenzie, on Saturday, September 16th for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Ptl. Jones conducted a traffic stop of Thomas’ vehicle and while speaking with Thomas, Ptl. Jones could smell marijuana coming from the vehicle. Ptl. Jones asked Thomas if he had been smoking and Thomas denied it. After searching the car Ptl. Jones and Ptl. Paul Eddlemon found a total of four home-made marijuana smoking pipes in the vehicle. Thomas was then cited for the following offense.

Carroll Arts Story Telling Event at Heritage Day is Saturday

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Carroll Arts will be holding a Story Telling Event at Huntingdon Heritage Day on Saturday, September 23rd.

In the morning story telling will begin with Catherine Argo who will be reading at 11am, Ernie Smothers will be reading at 11:15am, Nancy Caterina will be reading at 11:30am and Colonel Jim Harding will be reading at 11:45am. In the afternoon, Kristin Klonowski will be reading at 12pm, Will Radford will read at 12:15pm, Paula Watkins will read at 12:30pm and Garrett Burns will be reading at 12:45pm.

Rebels and Lady Rebels Golf Teams Make History By Going to the State Tournament Next Week


The McKenzie Lady Rebels Golf Team celebrate their Region 7 Championship win. (MHS Golf team photo)

 

Milan, Tenn.- The Rebels and the Lady Rebels competed in the Region 7 Tournament at the Milan Golf and Country Club on Monday.

The McKenzie Lady Rebels team won the Region Championship in a closely contested match, shooting 174, defeating Milan by 2 strokes as the Lady Rebels defeated the Lady Bulldogs for the 4th time this season. The Lady Rebels also defeated South Fulton by 4 strokes. Maggie Glass was both the team and tournament medalist, shooting 81. Mallory Cole added a 93 to round out the scoring.


The McKenzie Rebels Golf Team celebrate their Region 7 Championship win. (MHS Golf team photo)

The Rebels defeated Martin Westview by winning the Region tournament with 26 strokes. McKenzie's 318 team total was one stroke better than their District team total at Sharon last week. The Rebels were led by Anders Rider, whose 77 placed him in a tie for tournament medalist, which he won outright on the 1st playoff hole.

Ben Austin and Johnathan Moore each shot 79 and Will Jones shot an 83 to round out the McKenzie scoring. Austin and Moore competed in a playoff to determine 3rd and 4th place medalist, with Austin claiming 3rd on the 4th playoff hole.

Coach Larry Joe Smith is in his 22nd year as the Rebel golf coach. Members of the 2017 Rebels Golf team include: Seniors Will Jones and Anders Rider, Juniors Ben Austin and Will McBride, and Freshmen Logan Green, Johnathan Moore, and Nathan Nanney. Member of the 2017 Lady Rebels Golf team are Juniors Mallory Cole, Julie French, and Olivia Wright, Sophomore Whitley Smith, and Freshman Maggie Glass.

 

Going into the State Tournament, the Lady Rebels Golf team's record is 37-4 and the Rebels Golf team's record is 43-6. This is the first time in McKenzie history that both teams will compete at the State tournament. The Lady Rebels competed in the state tournament in 1995 and the Rebels competed in the state tournament in 2005.Congratulations to McKenzie Rebels and Lady Rebels Golf teams on their Region 7 Championship win.

The State tournament will be next Tuesday, September 26th and Wednesday, September 27th at Willowbrook Golf Club in Manchester, TN.

Tuesday is Senior Citizen's Night at the Carroll County Fair


Bethel University Basketball team serving food at the Carroll County Fair. (David Jackson photo)

Huntingdon, Tenn.- On Monday night member of the Bethel University basketball team helped serve the crowd at the Carroll County Fair. The Carroll County Fair continues through Saturday, September 23rd at the Fairgrounds in Huntingdon.

Tuesday is Senior Citizens Night at the fair and Tuesday night is also $10 admission night which includes the pageant and rides. Gates will open at 5pm and rides will begin at 6pm. Senior citizens ages 55 and older can get a free entry-coupon to the fair from the Carroll County Fair book.

The Little Miss and Mr. Carroll County Pageant will begin with the boys pageant at 6:30pm and the girls pageants will follow. Registration for the boys pageants will begin at 6pm.


To register for the Little Miss and Mr. Carroll County Pageant participants must be between the ages  of 4-6 years of age and you must be a Carroll County Resident or attend a Carroll County School. The cost to register for the pageant is $10.

Hohenwald Woman Cited for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to a report from the McKenzie Police Department, Ptl. Brandon Leek cited Autumn Cardenas, age 20 of Ponderosa Street of Hohenwald, TN, on Monday, September 11th for possession of drug paraphernalia.

While patrolling through City Park at 11pm, Ptl. Leek saw a vehicle parked beside the pavilion. When Ptl. Leek approached the vehicle he could smell marijuana coming from the vehicle. Cardenas and the passenger in the car consented to a search of the vehicle.

After searching the car, police found two grinders, flavored paper, pipe filters, three lighters and two pipes. Cardenas  was given a field sobriety test which she passed. Cardenas was then cited for the following offense.

5th Annual McKenzie Basketball Golf Tournament is Saturday

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels Boys Basketball will host their Fifth Annual Golf Tournament at the Carroll Lake Golf Course on Saturday, September 23rd with tee-time beginning at 8am.

The cost to participate is $200 per team with the first place winners winning $200. There will be $100 hole sponsorship with other sponsorship opportunities including prizes for longest drive, closest to the pin and longest putt.

The event includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch, and a chance to meet the 2017-18 Rebel Boys Basketball Team.

For more information please call the McKenzie High School Basketball Coach John Wilkins at 731-352-2133.

McKenzie's First Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting is Tuesday

McKenzie, Tenn.- McKenzie’s first Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 19th at 5:30pm at the Greater Enon Baptist Church which is located at 313 East Walnut Street in McKenzie.

It is a known fact that an active neighborhood crime watch program is one of the very best ways to keep our neighborhoods safe from drugs, gangs and reduce the crime rate at the same time.

So on Tuesday night stop by for the first of four Neighborhood Crime Watch Meetings to learn about keeping our neighborhood safe. If you can’t make Tuesday's meeting there will be three other meetings that you can attend and all of the meetings will have the same information so you can choose where and what meeting you want to attend.

The other meetings will be held on Monday, October 2nd at 5:30pm at the Park Theater located at 2312 Cedar Street, the next meeting will be held on Monday, November 6th at 5:30pm at the Calvary Tabernacle Church located at 865 Stonewall Street and the final Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting will be held on Monday, November 27th at 5:30pm at the Grace Baptist Church located at 747 West Magnolia Avenue.

Huntingdon Heritage Day is Saturday, September 23rd

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Huntingdon Heritage Day Music & Arts Festival will be held on Saturday, September 23rd from 10am to 5pm in  Downtown Huntingdon.

The Bethel Renaissance theater will be performing at 11:30am. Adults will enjoy music, food, arts and crafts and the local band “24 Seven” along with No Time Flatt and Paula Bridges and the Bridges Band will all be performing on the Main Stage.

There will be plenty of things for kids to enjoy which include: the Huntingdon Animal Clinic Children's Stage, Dixie Youth Theatre Improv Group, Scott Tripp Balloon Show, Rudy Ray Magic Show, Paris Landing State Park Animal Exhibit, Dancing In the Street with Bethel Renaissance Theatre, Pony Rides, Inflatables and ISTEA Train Rides.

The event is free and open to the public. So on Saturday, September 23rd make plans to enjoy this all-day music and arts festival around the Court Square, as the Town of Huntingdon celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Heritage Day.


Rebels Fall to Lions 43-26 in First Region Game of the Season

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels lost to the TCA Lions at home on Friday 43-26.

With 2:58 to go in the1st quarter, McKenzie’s Joseph Haynes had a 22yd rushing touchdown. At the end of the 1st quarter the Rebels led the Lions 7-0.

 

With 2:58 left in the 2nd quarter, McKenzie’s Lucas Waddell kicked a 27yd field goal. At halftime the McKenzie Rebels led the TCA Lions 10-0.

With 8:56 left in the 3rd quarter, the TCA Lions scored a touchdown as the Rebels still led the Lions 10-7. With 7:04 to go in the 3rd quarter the Lions scored another touchdown. At the end of the 3rd quarter the TCA Lions led the McKenzie Rebels 14-10.

In the 4th quarter, TCA scored another touchdown and with 11:32 left in the game TCA led McKenzie 21-10.  In the 4th quarter, McKenzie’s QB Zach Jarrett threw a 50yd touchdown pass and Joseph Miller took it in for the 2 point conversion. With 11:19 left in the 4th quarter the score was the McKenzie Rebels 18, TCA Lions 21.

At the 8:25 mark, McKenzie’s Joseph Miller scored a 16yd touchdown and Miller also scored the 2 point conversion which was good. The Rebels led the Lions 26-21. With left 6:26 left in the game the Lions scored a touchdown and their 2 point conversion was good. The Lions led the Rebels 29-26.

At the 4:19 mark of the 4th quarter, the Lions scored a touchdown as TCA led McKenzie 36-26. With 2:57 left in the 4th quarter the Lions scored another touchdown. The final score was the McKenzie Rebels 26, TCA Lions 43.

 

Final stats McKenzie had 18 1st downs, 186yds passing, 155yds rushing and  63 plays for  341yds of total offense. The TCA Lions had  17 1st downs, 180yds passing,  263yds rushing, and 78 plays for 433yds of total offense.

The McKenzie Rebels go to 2-2 overall on the season and 0-1 in Region 7AA. The McKenzie Rebels will face the Waverly Tigers at home on Friday, September 22nd at 7:30pm.

The pregame show will begin at 7pm and you can listen to the Rebels play right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, online at whdmradio.com, or you can listen to the game by calling 712-432-5742. Just remember that if you listen to the game by phone, standard rates do apply.

VFW Post 4939 Hosting Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday

McKenzie, Tenn.- The VFW Post 4939 in McKenzie will be holding a spaghetti dinner on Saturday,  September 23rd from 11am to 5:30pm at the VFW Post 4939 located at 9750 Cherrywood Avenue in McKenzie. The cost of the spaghetti plates are $6 per plate.


Granges to Expand in Huntingdon, Creating 100 New Jobs

Huntingdon, Tenn.- Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Gränges officials announced today that the company will invest $110 million to expand its aluminum rolling operations in Huntingdon.

Gränges, a global leader in aluminum engineering and manufacturing, will create approximately 100 new jobs as part of the expansion, solidifying the company’s commitment to its North American customers and the markets they serve.  

“In Tennessee, we take pride in the fact that our hardworking residents still make things,” Haslam said. “The Gränges facility is a vital part of the Carroll County community and employs around 350 Tennesseans. I’d like to thank Gränges for committing to create about 100 new jobs in Huntingdon and bringing us closer to making Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.” 

I’ve been able to tour Granges’ facility in Huntingdon and meet with the company’s leadership in Sweden,” Rolfe said. “Gränges is a strong, well-run company with a skilled and dedicated workforce in Northwest Tennessee. Huntingdon is fortunate that Gränges stepped in to keep the former Noranda facility open. It’s even better news that Gränges is making this significant investment and creating about 100 new jobs in Huntingdon.” 

Gränges’ expansion meets growing demand for light gauge foil, automotive heat exchanger materials as well as heating, ventilation and air condition (HVAC) applications. The expansion includes investment in buildings, casters, cold-rolling mills, annealing furnaces and slitters. The investment further positions Huntingdon as one of the most modern and efficient aluminum rolling mills in North America. 

“The expansion in Huntingdon marks the next step in our strategic growth plan for the North American market. Gränges has built a strong reputation in the aluminum rolling industry, and this expansion allows us to further support our customers’ growth,” Gränges CEO Johan Menckel said. 

The project is estimated to take approximately two years to complete. When completed, the capacity in Huntingdon will increase from about 160 metric kilotons to nearly 200 metric kilotons per year. This is the second major investment in the Huntingdon facility since 2000, strengthening Gränges’ focus on foil and automotive heat exchanger products. 

“The investment represents a long-term commitment to our customers, employees and shareholders as we grow in support of our strategic markets,” Gränges Americas President Patrick Lawlor said.  

Local Carroll County officials and the Tennessee Valley Authority praised Gränges for its $110 million investment in the Huntingdon facility. 

“Since 1967, Huntingdon has been home to an aluminum manufacturing plant, and today’s announcement of this $110 million investment by Gränges in Huntingdon is fantastic,” Huntingdon Mayor Dale Kelley said. “We are elated by the faith and confidence that Gränges has shown in the Huntingdon plant and look forward to working with Gränges over the next 50 years.” 

“We are delighted with Gränges’ decision to add approximately 100 jobs and invest $110 million in Huntingdon and Carroll County,” Carroll County Mayor Kenny McBride said. “Gränges is the largest manufacturing plant in Carroll County and with the expansion it will move employment to around 500 jobs at the Huntingdon plant.” 

“Today’s decision is exciting and we continue our commitment to Gränges to be the best partners we can be,” Brad Hurley, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce president, said. 

“TVA and Carroll County Electric Department congratulate Gränges on its decision to expand operations in Huntingdon,” TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said. “Serving the Valley by helping to facilitate job creation is fundamental to TVA’s mission of service and we are proud to partner with TNECD, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, City of Huntingdon and Carroll County to help further that mission.” 

Huntingdon and Carroll County are represented by Sen. John Stevens (R – Huntingdon), Rep. Curtis Halford (R – Dyer) and Rep. Andy Holt (R - Dresden) in the Tennessee General Assembly. 

Thetford Art Exhibition Open at Dixie Ballroom Gallery Until November 25th

Huntingdon, Tenn.- Stop by the Dixie Ballroom Gallery for the Daryl Thetford Art Exhibition open now until Saturday, November 25th.

Thetford grew up on a hundred-acre farm just down the road in Bradford, Tennessee. His father was a forklift operator who worked in a warehouse, and his mother was a beautician. While they encouraged their son to pursue so-called “practical” avenues of work, they also recognized his early artistic abilities, and enrolled him in oil painting lessons–which he loved–at age nine.

Thetford is an artist working in photography-based digital media and collage. His work has been described as graphic, modern, pop, and contemporary, although what to actually call the process has been a larger source of debate. Thetford’s work has been called photo collage, digital art, and digital mixed media.

FirstBank and the Arts Company in Nashville are sponsoring the event.

To see the art show just stop by the  Dixie Ballroom Gallery open Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm and during performances.  For information about this and other Ballroom Gallery events, please contact Laura DeVille at ldeville@dixiepac.net.

Upcoming Shows at the Dixie for 2017 Released

Huntingdon, Tenn.- If you want to get tickets to see performances at the Dixie in Huntingdon you can get your tickets today. Upcoming shows at the Dixie this year include: Guy Penrod, Hotel California:A Salute to The Eagles, Marty Stuart and Christmas on Broadway with Kellye Cash, Bill Anderson.

Tickets for the Guy Penrod show on Saturday, October 7th at 2pm cost $35. Tickets for Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles show on Saturday, October 21st at 7:30pm cost $35. Tickets for the Sara Evans show on Saturday, November 4th are currently sold out.

Tickets for Marty Stuart on Saturday, December 2nd at 2pm cost $35. And tickets for Christmas on Broadway with Kellye Cash, Bill Anderson on Saturday, December 16th at 7pm cost $15.

To purchase tickets you can visit the Dixie at 191 Court Square in Huntingdon open Monday through Friday 10am to 4pm, online at dixiepac.net or by calling the Dixie at 731-986-2100.

September and October Football Schedule for McKenzie High and County Wide Football

 

Henry County and Carroll County, Tenn.- County-Wide Football Schedule is as follows: On Thursday, September 21st Grove will play Dyer County at HCHS beginning with the pregame show at 6:15pm.

Thursday, September 28th Camden will face McKenzie in McKenzie with the pregame show at 6:15pm. All pre-game show times are subject to change. All county wide football games will be simulcast on WLZK 94.1fm and WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am.

The 2017 McKenzie High School Football Schedule is as follows:

Friday, September 22nd: Rebels face Waverly at Home at 7:30pm. Pregame show starts at 7pm.

Friday, September 29th: Rebels face Halls at Home at 7:30pm. Pregame show starts at 7pm.

Friday, October 6th: Rebels face Adamsville in Adamsville at 7pm. Pregame show starts at 6:30pm.

Friday, October 13th:  Rebels face Trenton at Home at 7:30pm. Pregame show starts at 7pm.

Friday, October 20th: Rebels face Union City in Union City at 7pm. Pregame show starts at 6:30pm.

Friday, October 27th: Rebels face Gibson County in Dyer at 7:30pm. Pregame show starts at 7pm.

You can listen to the Rebels play right here on WHDM 98.9 fm, 1440 am, online at whdmradio.com, or you can listen to the game by calling 712-432-5742. Just remember that if you listen to the game by phone, standard rates do apply.

Carroll County RV Park Rates Released

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Carroll County 1000 Acre camping rates have been set which include costs for night, monthly and annual rates for camping at the new RV park that was established by the Carroll County Watershed Authority.

The rates are $35 daily, $175 weekly, $350 monthly, and $2,000 annually.

Rates are slightly less for campers 62 and older. The camping season season is from March 1st to October 30th.

Rules include a minimum of two nights stay on weekends and three nights on holidays; quiet hours are 11pm to 6am, there is a  speed limit of 15mph, no alcoholic beverages are allowed, check-in is 4pm and checkout time is 3pm.

There have also been rules set at the camp regarding pets. Pets must be a leash of six feet or shorter and under physical control at all times. The owner must clean up after pets and the pets are not allowed in swimming areas, restrooms, and shower buildings.

 

 


 

 

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