Archive | November 1, 2012

Tennessee Uninsured Among Worst

By David Peel If I told you that you had a 1 in 4 chance of winning $100,000, would it get your attention? I thought it might. What if it were reversed, and you had a 1 in 4 chance of losing $100,000? In Tennessee, it is now estimated that a full 24 percent (almost […]

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Public Safety Nov. 1

Fire Reports Building Fire October 19 – 7715 Shamrock Road. October 21 – 5271 Pleasant Ridge Road. Motor vehicle accidents October 18 – Navy Road at Wasp Road. October 19 – 8181 Highway 51 North. October 20 – Lucy Road. October 24 – Highway 51 North at Martha Street. Excessive heat, scorch burns with no […]

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Calendar of Events Nov. 1

Paying Tribute — One Faith Center Center Candlelight Vigil on Sept.11 2012.  Elder Barron Martin is Pastor and Founder, lead the crowd in a candlelight vigil in honor of our fallen Veteran and One Faith Christian Center Day. The March began at the corner of Raleigh Millington and Pleasant View and continued to One Faith Christian […]

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Obit November 1

CLARENCE JOSEPH ‘FRENCHY’ LEVESQUE Clarence Joseph “Frenchy” Levesque, 76, of Drummonds died Oct. 23, 2012. He was born on Aug. 23, 1936 in Madawaska, Maine. He joined the Marine Corp. and lived his life as “Once a Marine, always a Marine.” His last location in military service was in Millington, where he met the love […]

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MCHS invites parents out for Nov. 7

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Some parents might not be aware of the changes for Tennessee high school students that started in the fall of 2009. To bring the Volunteer State up to the national standards, the Tennessee Department of Education implemented the Tennessee Diploma Project. TDP has made the graduation requirments more rigorous. Millington Central […]

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City’s residents ineligible to vote on county sales tax

By Bill Short Because the Shelby County Chancery Court has ruled that Millington’s sales tax referendum passed in August, the city’s residents are ineligible to vote on the county sales tax increase. That’s the word from Millington Interim Mayor Linda Carter, who said only residents of the county’s unincorporated areas are eligible to vote on […]

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Officer & Gentleman

By Thomas Sellers Jr. By the dozens, several filed through the doors of the Munford Funeral Home Millington Chapel to pay respects to the late Clarence Joseph Levesque. Some knew the man that lived for 76 years as a Marine, fireman, line dancer, family man and barber. But all grew to know him as a […]

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