Archive | October 18, 2012

David Peel

Dave’s Raves Lawyers Almost Hit Bottom

By David Peel In my more than 16 years as an injury lawyer, I have heard every lawyer joke there is at least 50 times.  Some of these are funny, but often the pointed humor is found wrapped in a grain of truth. Every so often, the Gallup Poll people seek people’s opinions on the […]

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News in 5 Minutes

Crosspointe Blood Drive There will be a Blood Drive at Crosspointe Baptist Church this Sunday located at 8850 Highway 51 in Millington from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be mobiles in front parking Lot and free Lifeblood T-shirt for all who give or attempt to give. Join us as we help our neighbors […]

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Obit: October 18

REV. BILLY JOE HARRALD Rev. Billy Joe Harrald, 76, of Brighton, Pastor of Grace Baptist Church for 32 years, passed away Oct. 12, 2012 at Baptist East Hospital. Service was held Oct. 15 at Grace Baptist Church with interment in Rosemark Cemetry. Mr. Harrald was retired U.S. Navy with 22 and half years of service. […]

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Munford Queens of 13-3A Again

By Ashley Lewis DYER COUNTY — The Munford Lady Cougars are once again District 13-3A champions. Last Thursday, Munford won two games in the Dyer County Gymnasium to earn another league title and sixth straight trip to Regionals. The Lady Ciugars faced Hardin County in the first game of the District Tournament. They went on […]

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Early end for Lady Trojans in districts

By Thomas Sellers Jr. BARTLETT — Two upstart teams entered the Bartlett Gymnasium last Wednesday taking different paths to the District 14-3A Volleyball Tournament. The Millington Lady Trojans moved up the district rankings led by experienced seniors who were tired of coming up short. Their challengers in the semifinal round, the Arlington Lady Tigers, graduated […]

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Chief Concerns: After Craigmont defeat Trojans have two of Tennessee’s best remaining

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MEMPHIS — Any football coach will tell you one play doesn’t decide a game. Friday night in Raleigh-Egypt Stadium the Craigmont Chief fans erupted when quarterback Andrew McIntyre threw a picture-perfect pass for an over-the-should catch by Khrisitan Wilkerson for a 22-yard touchdown. The play came with 22 seconds remaining in […]

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Cardinals hot, other area teams cooled off by Jackson schools

By Thomas Sellers Jr. A big night for Jackson Christian School’s Louis Hodges made for a long night for the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels. JCS won the game at home Friday night 42-20 behind two early scores from Hodges. He finished the night with 178 yards on the ground. TRA had success late in the contest […]

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Casting Shadows: Jones Orchard features new theme in eighth Halloween maze

By Thomas Sellers Jr. It seems every year since 2005 the Jones Orchard haunted maze gets bigger. This year at 6880 Singleton Parkway in Millington there are currently two corn mazes to explore with the Werewolves in the Corn and Graveyard. The combined 10 acres of horror are just  part of the Jones Orchard attraction […]

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Southern Raisin: Us and the mail were not lost

By Otis Griffin Imagine peering through the eyes of youngsters and reminiscing appropriately, we believed we lived in the capital of the world residing in the metropolis of Rosemark. Memphis was just a far off country suburb, but Millington was closer and if an emergency arrived maybe, just maybe we could selectively visit.  However Southern […]

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Public Safety Oct. 18

 Arrests   October 4 – 25-year-old Memphis man charged with driving while license suspended/cancelled/revoked; 32-year-old Munford man charged with revocation of suspension of sentence. October 5 – 43-year-old Millington woman charged with domestic assault; 34-year-old Millington man charged with public intoxication; 32-year-old Memphis woman charged with failure to appear; 20-year-old Millington woman charged with disorderly […]

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