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Bethel's Purple and Gold Football Game is Sat. April 22nd

McKenzie, Tenn.- Bethel University’s Wildcat Football will hold its annual Purple and Gold Game on Saturday, April 22nd at the Wildcat Football Stadium on University Drive in McKenzie.

The pre-game activities will begin at 2pm with contests, games, prizes and activities for all members of the family to enjoy. Kickoff for the game is set for 5pm. The Purple and Gold Game is free and open to the public.

Come join tailgating activities, explore the International Tent and enjoy food prepared by the Hawg County Cookers, GiGi’s Cupcakes and Nan Nan’s Fried Pies. Dessert items from Nan Nan’s and GiGi’s as well as concessions at the game will be for purchase.

For more information about Bethel’s Annual Purple and Gold Game, please contact Myra Carlock at 731-352-4090 or email Carlock at carlockm@bethelu.edu.

Senior Citizen Center Holds Thrive and Survive Event on April 24th

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Carroll County Senior Citizen Center will be hold a Thriving and Surviving workshop for those living with cancer, cancer survivors and family members on Monday, April 24th at 9am at the Carroll County Office on Aging, which is located at 625 High Street Suite 108 in Huntingdon.

Gwen Joyner, a UT Extension Agent, will be teaching the class. To sign up for the classes just call 986-1985.


Mommy and Me Tea Party Set for Saturday, April 29th

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Carroll County Humane Society is hosting a Mommy and Me Tea Party on Saturday, April 29th from 3pm to 5pm at the Carroll Bank and Trust located at14950 Highland Drive in McKenzie in the Carroll Bank Community Building.

Tickets for the Mommy and Me Tea Party are $15 for 1 adult and 1 child and it will cost $10 for each additional child.You can purchase your tickets today at the Carroll County Humane Society, which is located at 21822 Highway 22 in McKenzie.

Join the Carroll County Humane Society for a Mommy and Me Tea Party on Saturday, April 29th and wear your best tea party ensemble. At the Mommy and Me Tea Party you will get to design your own hat, take photos in the photo booth, decorate teacup cupcakes, make a craft with mom, and enjoy tea and light snacks.

Rebels vs Pioneers on WHDM on Thurs. April 20th at 5pm

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels Baseball team will take on the Gibson County Pioneers at home on Thursday, April 20th at 5pm weather permitting.

If you can’t make it to the game you can listen to the game right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am or online at whdmradio.com beginning with the pregame show at 4:45pm.

Derby Day at the Dixie is May 6th

Huntingdon, Tenn.- If you’re on this side of the Kentucky line on Derby Day, you don’t want to miss the Dixie’s 6th Annual Derby Day on Saturday, May 6th beginning at 3pm at the Dixie in Huntingdon.

Derby Day at The Dixie is free and open the public. The Dixie will usher in the big race with a good old-fashioned tail gate party starting at 3pm outside with The Cherry Avenue Band playing some of the best bluegrass music around.

There will be lots of good Southern food, fun, fellowship, live and silent auctions and let’s not forget about the fast horses.

The Huntingdon Animal Clinic,a sponsor of the Derby Day, will have a thoroughbred racehorse on hand along with a jockey for you to take photos with and there will be plenty of crafts and games for kids to enjoy.

At 5pm, attendees will move inside The Dixie to cheer on your favorite horses in the Kentucky Derby on the big screen in the Hal Holbrook Theatre.

If you would like to host your own tent at the tailgate party, please contact Teresa Carter at 614-7487. On Saturday, May 6th grab a lawn chair and come on out to Derby Day at The Dixie.

Bethel Renaissance Bluegrass Performing on Sunday

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Bethel University Renaissance Bluegrass  will hold a concert on Sunday, April 23th from 11am to 1pm at the Union Grove Baptist Church, which is located at 1185 Union Church Road in McKenzie.

McKenzie Man Threatens to Shoot Two People and is Charged With Assault

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to a report from the McKenzie Police Department, Ptl. Austin Jones charged Roy Z. Carter, age 28 of 151 Forrest Circle of McKenzie, on Friday, April 14th for aggravated assault, unlawful possession of a weapon and theft under $500.

Police spoke to the victims who stated that Carter had pulled a gun on them and he was threatening to shoot them. Police went to Carter’s residence and found the gun laying on the table, but Carter stated that he didn’t threaten to shoot anyone. After talking to witnesses, police confirmed that Carter did threaten to shoot the victims.

Carter was then charged with two counts of aggavated assault, unlawful possession of a weapon and theft under $500 due to the fact that the gun was stolen.

Rebels Play Gibson County on Thursday at 5pm on WHDM

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels Baseball team will take on the Gibson County Pioneers at home on Thursday, April 20th at 5pm weather permitting.

If you can’t make it to the game you can listen to the Rebels take on the  Pioneers right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am or online at whdmradio.com beginning with the pregame show at 4:45pm.

Jazz Ambassadors Concert on April 21st is Sold Out

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The internationally acclaimed Jazz Ambassadors of Washington, DC will continue its long tradition of presenting free public performances as they perform at The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center on Friday, April 21st at 7pm. This performance is currently sold out.

The Jazz Ambassadors’ concert in Huntingdon is sponsored by Carroll Bank and Trust.

The Jazz Ambassadors is the official touring big band of the United States Army. Formed in 1969, this 19-member ensemble has received great acclaim at home and abroad performing America's greatest original art form, jazz.

The Jazz Ambassadors have invited three students from the Huntingdon High School band to perform with the them which include: Bradyden Campbell on Trombone, Zach Childress on Alto Sax and Tizzy Smith on Trumpet. American Legion Bruceton Post 180 will Present The Colors.


McKenzie vs Martin in Softball Action Tues. April 18th on WHDM

Martin, Tenn.- The McKenzie Lady Rebels Softball team will take on the Martin Westview Lady Charges in Martin tonight at 5pm weather permitting.

If you can’t make it to the game you can listen to the Lady Rebels play the Lady Chargers right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am or online at whdmradio.com beginning with the pregame show at 4:45pm.

Timbre in Concert on Thurs. April 20th at 7pm

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Bethel University Music Department and the Music Industry Studies Program would like to present the Timbre Cierpke in Concert produced by the Touring and Merchandising Class will be this Thursday, April 20th at 7pm at Odom Hall which is located on Bethel University’s McKenzie Campus.

Timbre is a Nashville based harpist and songwriter who has been enchanting audiences throughout the US and Europe in growing numbers with her unique brand of harp meets folk music.

Her career has caught the attention of the music world, and has led to her recording and collaborating with rock legends such as Jack White, Tom Jones, Ricky Skaggs, and more.

Admission to Timbre in Concert at Bethel University is free, so on Thursday stop by Odom Hall at 7pm for Timbre in Concert.

Paint and Sip Event on Tues. April 25th at 7pm

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Wildwood Event Venue, located at 121 Union Church Road in McKenzie, will be offering their last April Paint and Sip class on Tuesday, April 25th at 7pm.

The April 25th Paint and Sip class will be painting a lighthouse and Sherry Moore will be teaching the class. Admission cost $30 per person and everything that you need to paint is provided to you.

You can also bring your own wine and snacks to the event. For more information or to reserve your seat to the last April Paint and Sip class on April 25th just call or text 731-415-5757.

2017 Cancer Bake Auction Sets New Record After Raising $9,618

McKenzie, Tenn.- After the final totals for the 2017 Carroll County Relay for Life Cancer Bake Auction a total of $9,618 was raised at this year's auction. And this year's Cancer Bake Auction beat last year's grand total of $7,847 by more than $1,771.

The Carroll County Relay for Life wanted to say thank you to all of those who donated items, volunteered, answered the phones and to the auctioneer's for this year's Cancer Bake Auction.

Since the Carroll County Relay for Life Cancer Bake Auction raised over $9,600 at this year's auction the Carroll County Relay for Life wants to beat that number next year and continue growing the auction and raising money to find a cure for cancer.


Rebels vs Lions on Mon. April 17th is Cancelled

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels Baseball game between the Rebels and the Dresden Lions at home on Monday, April 17th has been cancelled due to the weather.

Rebels vs Lions on WHDM Mon. April 17th at 4:45pm

McKenzie, Tenn.- The McKenzie Rebels Baseball team taking on the Dresden Lions at home on Monday, April 17th at 5pm, weather permitting.

If you can’t make it to the game you can listen to the Rebels take on the Lions right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am or online at whdmradio.com, beginning with the pregame show at 4:45pm.

McKenzie Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

Marion County, Indiana- According to a report from the Henry County Sheriff’s Department,  Deputy John Krezsinki arrested Theodore O. Chapman, age 32 of 854 Paris Pike of McKenzie, on Saturday, April 8th for violation of parole and failure to appear. Chapman was placed on $5,000 bond.

McKenzie Man Arrested for Criminal Trespass

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to a report from the McKenzie Police Department, Officer Jeff Winberry arrested Jack D. Parker Jr., age 52 of 32 East Walnut Avenue of McKenzie, on Sunday, April 9th for criminal trespass.


Final Day of the Cancer Bake Auction Items Are Listed Below

McKenzie, Tenn.- The final day of the Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items for the final day of auction from 7am to 1pm. So far $7,043 is the grand total for this year's Cancer Bake Auction.

Friday’s Cancer Bake Auction items are donated by the McKenzie Regional Hospital, Long Heights Baptist Church, Fast Pace Urgent Care, Bethel University, Preferred Compound and the First United Methodist Church in Huntingdon. Friday’s auctioneer is Kenny Carr and the phones will be answered by the Relay for Life team.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, online at whdmradio.com or  by calling 712-432-5742 beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852. Here are some of items at today's auction.

Here are Friday's Cancer Bake Auction Items

(photos taken by David Jackson)

A hand crafted knife donated by Dana Brawner in memory of Frank Brawner, who was used to donate to the Relay for Life each year.


Spring Has Sprung door wreath, with hydrangea, dog wood and various spring flowers was donated by Stacey Browning in memory of Porter Dunlap.

Blue bird pencil, double framed picture donated by Linda Coleman.

Kustoff Visits Huntingdon to Meet With Local Officials


Congressman Kustoff meeting with local Carroll County officials. (David Jackson photo)

Huntingdon, Tenn.- While on Easter recess from Congress, freshmen US Congressmen David Kustoff met with local officials at the Carroll County Shooters Complex on Friday morning.

Kustoff addressed three issues at the meeting with local officials on Friday. The first issue he addressed was our primary concern healthcare reform tax reform and bank reform. When asked about decisions that are being made due to partisan politics Kustauff said that on some bills that are going through Congress he has seen both parties try and work together but the notable issues concerning health care reform tax reform and bank reform have fallen into party lines.


When asked by chamber executive director Brad Hurley about possible budget cuts that have been in the media concerning programs that would affect Carroll County, specifically about the community block grants for national public radio and other programs, Kustoff replied that at this time he has has not seen the budget and all that he has seen or heard has been through the media. Currently the budget still has to be presented and finalized.


Final Day of the Cancer Bake Auction Set to Break Last Year's Record on Friday Starting at 12:30pm on WHDM

McKenzie, Tenn.- The final day of the Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items for the final day of auction from 7am to 1pm.

Friday’s Cancer Bake Auction items are donated by the McKenzie Regional Hospital, Long Heights Baptist Church, Fast Pace Urgent Care, Bethel University, Preferred Compound and the First United Methodist Church in Huntingdon. Friday’s auctioneer is Kenny Carr and the phones will be answered by the Relay for Life team.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, online at whdmradio.com or  by calling 712-432-5742 beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852. Here are some of items at today's auction.

Here are the three carry over items, which will be sold on Friday, April 14th.

(photos taken by David Jackson)

A hand crafted knife donated by Dana Brawner in memory of Frank Brawner, who was used to donate to the Relay for Life each year.


Spring Has Sprung door wreath, with hydrangea, dog wood and various spring flowers was donated by Stacey Browning in memory of Porter Dunlap.

Blue bird pencil, double framed picture donated by Linda Coleman.

Easter Egg Hunt at Huntingdon Rehab on Sat. at 3pm

Huntingdon, Tenn.- On Saturday, April 15th come and join the Easter Egg Hunt at 3pm at the Huntingdon Health and Rehabilitation Center, located at 635 High Street in Huntingdon.

There will be an Easter Egg Hunt, refreshments and prizes will be given out at tomorrow’s hunt. All kids ages 1-10 years old are welcomed to attend.

Cancer Bake Auction Raises Over $2,000 on Thursday


(David Jackson photos)

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ on Monday, April 10th through Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

Thursday’s Cancer Bake Auction items were donated by the McKenzie Cumberland Presbyterian Church, McKenzie Banking, Baptist Memorial Hospital in Huntingdon, McDonald's and Blood, Swear and Gears. Thursday’s auctioneer was Kenny McBride and the phones were answered by McKenzie Regional Hospital.

On day four of the Cancer Bake Auction more than $2,000 was raised on Thursday, which brings the Cancer Bake Auction grand total of more than $7,043 that has been raised for the 2017 Cancer Bake Auction, which is on track to beat last year's grand total of $7,847.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852.


Thursday's Cancer Bake Auction Items

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ on Monday, April 10th through Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

Thursday’s Cancer Bake Auction items are donated by the McKenzie Cumberland Presbyterian Church, McKenzie Banking, Baptist Memorial Hospital in Huntingdon, McDonald's and Blood, Swear and Gears. Thursday’s auctioneer is Kenny McBride and the phones will be answered by McKenzie Regional Hospital.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852. Here are some of items at today's auction.

Here are some of Thursday's items:

(David Jackson photos)


Bid High and Bid Often on the Final Day of the Cancer Bake Auction on Friday Starting at 12:30pm on WHDM

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ on Monday, April 10th through Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

Thursday’s Cancer Bake Auction items are donated by the McKenzie Cumberland Presbyterian Church, McKenzie Banking, Baptist Memorial Hospital in Huntingdon, McDonald's and Blood, Swear and Gears. Thursday’s auctioneer is Kenny McBride and the phones will be answered by McKenzie Regional Hospital.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852. Here are some of items at today's auction.

Here are the three carry over items, which will be sold on Friday, April 14th.

(photos taken by David Jackson)


Spring Has Sprung door wreath, with hydrangea, dog wood and various spring flowers was donated by Stacey Browning in memory of Porter Dunlap.

Blue bird pencil, double framed picture donated by Linda Coleman.

A hand crafted knife donated by Dana Brawner in memory of Frank Brawner, who was used to donate to the Relay for Life each year.

McKenzie FFA Holding Shooting Fundraiser on April 20th

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The McKenzie FFA will be presenting the Blast Out Hunger event on Thursday, April 20th with the first group of twelve teams starting the shoot at 9:30am and the next group of twelve will begin at 1pm at the Carroll County Shooting Sports Park which is located at 680 McAdoo Cemetery Lane in Huntingdon.

It will cost $250 for each five person team plus an additional $50 per shooter. A meal, t-shirt, and a goody bag will be given to each of the shooters who have paid and trophies will awarded to the top three in each division which include men, women and team.

Proceeds from the event will go to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank and Hunters for the Hungry.

For more information or to register please call Lindsey Parham at 731-571-8809 or you can email her at parhaml3@mckenzieschools.org.

First Baptist Youth Group Holds Bake Sale and Car Wash on Friday

Bruceton, Tenn.- The First Baptist Church Youth Group in Bruceton will hold their 3rd Annual bake sale and car wash at the First Baptist Church in Bruceton on Friday, April 14th at 10am and the car wash will end at 1pm.

All of the proceeds from the bake sale and car wash will benefit the First Baptist Youth Group.

Cancer Bake Auction Raises $1,975 on Wednesday

(David Jackson photos)

McKenzie, Tenn.-  The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ today through Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

Wednesday’s Cancer Bake Auction items were donated by the First United Methodist Church in McKenzie, Enron Missionary Baptist Church, McKenzie Medical Center, the Carroll Bank and Trust and the Overflow Church in McKenzie. Wednesday’s auctioneer was Tim McBride and the phones were answered by Bethel University.

On day three of the Cancer Bake Auction a total of $1,975 was raised. After day 3 of the Cancer Bake Auction a grand total of over $5,242 has been raised for the 2017 Cancer Bake Auction, which is on track to beat last year's grand total of $7,847.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com or by calling 712-432-5742 beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm. 

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852.


Get Your Bids in at Wednesday's Cancer Bake Auction at 1pm

(David Jackson photos)

McKenzie, Tenn.-  The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ today through Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

Wednesday’s Cancer Bake Auction items are donated by the First United Methodist Church in McKenzie, Enron Missionary Baptist Church, McKenzie Medical Center, the Carroll Bank and Trust and the Overflow Church in McKenzie. Wednesday’s auctioneer will be Tim McBride and the phones will be answered by Bethel University.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com or by calling 712-432-5742 beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm. 

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852.

Here are some of Wednesday's items:

Huntingdon Man Arrested on Multiple VOP

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to a report from the McKenzie Police Department,  Sgt. Trey Boucher arrested Gabiel A. Hillsman, age 40 of 9515 Hwy 77 of Huntingdon on Tuesday, April 4th for one count of violation of probation out of Henry County, two counts of violation of probation out of Carroll County and joy riding out of Gibson County. Hillsman was held without bond.

McKenzie Man Arrested for Disorderly Conduct

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to a report from the McKenzie Police Department,  Ptl. Jeremiah Brooks arrested William Kevin Cummings, age 52 of 242 Linden Street of McKenzie, on Sunday, April 9th for disorderly conduct. Cummings was placed on $250 bond.

 

Police Investigate Vandalism on Magnolia Avenue

 

McKenzie, Tenn.- According to a report from the McKenzie Police Department,  Ptl. Mark Boaz responded to a call about a case of vandalism at a home on Magnolia Avenue in McKenzie on Friday, April 7th.

The victim stated to police that she left her home and when she came back it looked like someone had tried to break into her house, but nothing was taken. Police did find a small crack above the dead bolt.

The estimated replacement cost for the door is around $150. Police have no suspects in this case.

Cancer Bake Auction Raises More than $2,000 on Tuesday


(David Jackson photos)

McKenzie, Tenn.- This year’s Cancer Bake Auction is on track to bet last year’s total with the second day of the Cancer Bake Auction raising more than $2,097 on Tuesday.

Tuesday’s auction items are donated by McKenzie Elementary, McKenzie First Baptist, Centennial Bank, Friendly Church of God in Christ in McKenzie and A Place Called Home. After day 2 of the Cancer Bake Auction a total of $3,267 has been raised for the 2017 Cancer Bake Auction, which bets last year’s day 2 total of $2,470.

The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction continues on Wednesday at the McKenzie Church of Christ. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852.


Cancer Bake Auction on WHDM Continues on April 11th at 12:30pm


(David Jackson photos)

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ from today through Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

Tuesday’s auction items are donated by McKenzie Elementary, McKenzie First Baptist, Centennial Bank, Friendly Church of God in Christ in McKenzie and A Place Called Home. The auctioneer for Tuesday's auction is Jim Roberts from the Church of Christ and the Rotary Club is answering the phones.

Carry over items that will be sold on Friday include: the hand crafted knife donated by Dana Brawner in memory of Frank Brawner, who was used to donate to the Relay for Life each year, Spring Sprung door wreath, with hydrangea, dog wood and various spring flowers was donated by Stacey Browning in memory of Porter Dunlap and a blue bird on a fence post pencil drawing that is a double framed picture donated by Linda Coleman.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com or you can listen to the auction by calling 712-432-5742 from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852. Monday's total that was raised at the Cancer Bake Auction was $1,170.

Here are some of Tuesday's auction items

$1,170 Raised in Monday's Cancer Bake Auction

McKenzie, Tenn.- The total amount raised at Monday's Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction was $1,170. Monday's items were donated by McKenzie Church of Christ, Huntingdon First Baptist and Rich Family Relay team from Huntingdon and the Lion's Club answered the phones for Monday's auction.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com  from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852.

 



Rebels Defeat Gleason Bulldogs in a Double Header

Gleason and McKenzie, Tenn.- In Monday's double header baseball between the McKenzie Rebels and the Gleason Bulldogs, the Rebels defeated the Bulldogs at Gleason 10-0.  And in McKenzie the Rebels defeated the Bulldogs 14-0 at home on Monday night.


CC Office on Aging Trip to Nashville is April 27th

Huntingdon, Tenn.- The Carroll County Office on Aging will be traveling to Nashville for a tour of the County Music Hall of Fame and the RCA Studio B on Thursday, April 27th.

Tickets for the trip cost $87 which includes lunch and payments for the trip are due by Thursday, April 13th. For more information or to register please call 731-986-1985.

Next Rebel Baseball Game on WHDM is Mon. April 17th

McKenzie, Tenn.- Rain and conflicts with the Cancer Bake Auction has caused schedule changes for broadcasting the McKenzie High School baseball and softball games for the rest of the season.

The McKenzie Lady Rebels Softball game between the Lady Rebels and the Bruceton Lady Tigers that was scheduled to be broadcast on Thursday, April 13th and the Friday, April 14th game between the Rebels Baseball team and the Union City Tornados will not be broadcasted on WHDM due to a conflict with the Carroll County Relay for Life Cancer Bake Auction.

The next McKenzie Baseball game that will be broadcasted on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am will be the McKenzie Rebels Baseball team taking on the DresdenLions at McKenzie City Park on Monday, April 17th beginning with the pregame show at 4:45pm, weather permitting.


Cancer Bake Auction is Live on WHDM at 12:30pm and the Auction Starts at 1pm

Some the tables look empty but there are lots of items in fridge. Today is McKenzie Church of Christ, Huntingdon First Baptist and Rich Family Relay team from Huntingdon. (David Jackson photos)

McKenzie, Tenn.- The Carroll County Relay for Life’s Cancer Bake Auction will be held at the McKenzie Church of Christ on Monday, April 10th through Friday, April 14th. You can drop-off for items from 7am to 1pm daily.

You can listen to the Cancer Bake Auction right here on WHDM 98.9fm, 1440am, or online at whdmradio.com beginning at 12:30pm and the auction will go from 1pm to 4pm.

If you want to place a bid just call 731-358-0800, 731-358-1129 or 731-358-3852. Here are some of items at today's auction.


Spring Sprung door wreath, with hydrangea, dog wood and various spring flowers was donated by Stacey Browning in memory of Porter Dunlap.

Blue bird pencil, double framed picture donated by Linda Coleman.

A hand crafted knife donated by Dana Brawner in memory of Frank Brawner, who was used to donate to the Relay for Life each year.

An Easter basket for young girls donated by Judy Goodman.

A strawberry cake donated by Sylvia Cary.

 

Burn Permits Required Now Through May

Carroll County, Tenn.- The Carroll County Forestry Office wanted to remind residents that burn permits are required now through May 15th.

Anyone wanting to burn something outside must secure a burn permit from the Division of Forestry. Burn permits are required for anyone starting an open-air fire within 500 feet of a forest, grassland, or woodland.  

Burn permits are not required for those using containers to burn something. An acceptable container would be to use a metal barrel with a half inch mesh screen cover. To obtain a free burn permit you can call the Carroll County Forestry Office at 731-986-5550.

 

 

 

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