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Don’t Pass This Up MCHS Sports Fans

Purchase your All-Sports Passes for all Millington Central High School regular scheduled home sporting events. This pass does not include playoff games. The passes are $30 for students and this year will be made available to parents and other adults for $50. The sports passes were made available during registration July 29 and are still […]

Timely Match

By Thomas Sellers Jr. When the announcement of Brian Oswalt stepping down as head coach of the Brighton Baseball Cardinals spread, the veteran skipper informed some of his friends in the business. One of his peers to chat with Oswalt was Michael Wickersham. Enjoying success at Crockett County the past few years, the man known […]

New Face, Familiar Way

By Thomas Sellers Jr. JR Kirby is familiar with Tipton County football and success. When he was named the new leader of the Munford Cougars earlier this year, Kirby was ready for the challenge of returning Cougar Football to a consistent winner. “It’s been great,” Kirby said of his time on campus. “We got here […]

MCHS Sports Passes Available to Students and Adults

Purchase your All-Sports Passes for all Millington Central High School regular scheduled home sporting events. This pass does not include playoff games. The passes are $30 for students and this year will be made available to parents and other adults for $50. The sports passes will be available during registration July 29 (look for the […]

Kickoff Time!

On Monday, Millington Trojan holder Spencer Percer watches place-kicker Luke Bell boom a kickoff on the grounds of the Millington First Baptist Church. The Trojans under the guidance of Head Coach Chris Michael held the three-day camp at the church preparing for the 2014 season. Below: Trojan linebacker Patrick Macon wraps up a drill with […]

Done Dirt Cheap: Retail chain opens doors in Millington

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Since the closing of the OpenMarket Place months ago, the parking lot at 8235 Highway 51 North has been mostly empty. But that all changed last Wednesday morning with the grand opening/ribbon cutting for the retail store Dirt Cheap. The ceremony was held by the Millington Area Chamber of Commerce and […]

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Claim a Tax Credit for Summer Daycare Expenses

By Jason Alderman For harried parents, the definition of true panic is realizing in April that you forgot to enroll your kids for summer day camp and now all the slots are filled. Cut to: as the school year ends, you’re feverishly trying to find adequate daycare because neither of you can take time off […]

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Summertime Fishing & Frog Prepping

By Josh Gowan Well, summer has definitely wrapped it’s muggy arms around the neck of the Heartland, but after that abominable winter, I’m making a conscience effort not to complain about the blistering sun, choking humidity, and the late return of everyone’s least favorite member of the culicidae family, the mosquito. So far so good… […]

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The Tennessee Supreme Court

By David Peel The elections have caused many clients and friends to question something non-lawyers do not normally think about at all:  The Supreme Court of Tennessee. Some have criticized the Court because they were appointed by a governor rather than elected. Others have said they are “liberal” and some have stated they are “conservative.” […]

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Patchin’ and Ridin’ In Class

By Otis Griffin Quite a few decades ago James Roberts one of my dearest friends and a great American bought a nineteen forty eight Chevrolet station wagon for only one hundred and twenty five dollars. He lived on Navy Road with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rhodes near Liberty Cash grocery.  James had gone […]

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Summer’s Best June Yards of the Month

Area 1 Jere & Tammy Orman 4573 Bill Knight Area 2 Jason & Melissa Mc Daniel 7101 Juana Drive Area 3 Todd Privett 4310 Water Briar Area 4 Becky Hodges 6507 Home Acres Road Business Glen Eagle Golf Club 6168 Attu Yards of the Month June 2014

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Public Safety July 31

Fire Reports Building fire July 18– 3719 Shelby Road. Electrical wiring/equipment problem, other July 17- 7858 Church Street. Outside rubbish, trash or waste fire July 21 –.7950 Memphis Avenue. Motor vehicle accident without injuries July17 – U. S. Highway 51 North at Kerrville. July 20- 5015 Bilrae Circle North. Emergency medicals/assistance July 17 – 7000 […]

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Calendar of Events July 31

Taking Off Standing row from left are Dave Kaiser, Vice President Flight Training Operations for CTI Professional Flight Training, Jason Dupree, Secretary/Treasurer, MAA Board Commissioner, Matt Black, Vice President Business Development for CTI, Larry Dagen, Alderman city of Millington, Sarah Bryan, Compliance Manager for CTI, James Ashcraft, MAA Board Commissioner, Andy Stafford, Flight Instructor for […]

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School Board authorizes its Executive Committee to sign contract for student transportation services

By Bill Short The Millington School Board voted last week to authorize its Executive Committee to sign a contract with Durham School Services for student transportation. Board members took the action last Thursday night during a special called meeting on a motion offered by Vice Chairman Don Holsinger and seconded by Cody Childress. The motion […]

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What is a Sales Tax Holiday?

Star Staff Reports When is Tennessee’s Sales Tax Holiday? Sales Tax Holidays begin every year at 12:01 a.m. on the first Friday in August and end at 11:59 p.m. the following Sunday. During this time, Tennesseans can enjoy tax-free purchases on certain clothing, school and art supplies and computers. What’s Tax-Free? Tax-free items include clothing […]

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