Archive | March 28, 2013

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Navy Veteran reopens Victory Fuels on Highway 51

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The past few months have been tough on the appearance of the Millington business community. Around town several closed or for rent signs have popped up in windows of former establishments. Highway 51 has seen its share in recent months with the closing of Barb-A-Rosa’s Barbeque and the Hair Jungle. But […]

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Maximize Your Disabled Child’s Government Aid

By Jason Alderman Parents of special needs children have enough on their plates just tending to the health, educational and emotional needs of their children – not to mention often having to cope with drastically lowered income because of reduced work hours or having to pay someone else for childcare. So it’s not surprising that […]

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Trojans opened season with three wins, big numbers

By Thomas Sellers Jr. After the completion of the Rossville Christian Academy game, the Millington Trojans walked into their dugout on the Brighton Baseball Field with a meekness. The silence in the dugout was broken when one of the Trojans shouted, “3-0 Baby.” Millington’s 6-3 victory over the RCA Wolves kept the Trojans record perfect […]

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In the ‘Battle of Millington’ Rebels deal Trojans first defeat of 2013 season in Best of West

By Thomas Sellers Jr. On a cool, crisp and clear Wednesday afternoon in USA Stadium, the Battle of Millington was going along smoothly with the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels clinging to a 1-0 advantage entering the fifth inning. Then the combination of TRA hits and Millington miscues spelled doom for the Trojans in the Best of […]

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Pugh lives up to his height and expectations reaching college football

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Standing 6-feet, 5-inches tall, Michael Pugh looked ready for primetime back in 2010 when then Munford Head Football Coach Matt Saunders implimented the sophomore into the starting offensive line. But Pugh would be the first to admit he was nervous and still had a lot to learn. Over the next three […]

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Caleb Armour tag miss

Dirty Dish

Brighton Cardinal pitcher Caleb Armour just misses a tag on a Christian Brothers Purple Wave base runner at home plate March 19 during a Best of the West game at Brighton High School. The Purple Wave were held to a few hits but took advantage of Brighton errors to win the game 10-1. The loss […]

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What’s Going On

By Stan Sorensen An overcast sky and breezy cool weather didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of participants Saturday in the Fourth Annual Jackson Culley Mito What? 5K at USA Stadium in Millington. The beaming faces and warm smiles of the runners, joggers and walkers provided ample comfort to both participants and observers who crowded the parking […]

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MARCH MADNESS

By Josh McGowan Don’t worry, I’m not doing an in-depth analysis of why your NCAA bracket is in shambles. If you want to know how to pick a perfect bracket, read the rest of the sports section, or do like me, and don’t start filling it out until after the first few rounds are over! […]

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Where Is Home?

Folks are so busy nowadays, they actually forget where they’re from, where they’re going and in some cases what in the world are they gonna’ do when they get there. By Otis Griffin When is the last moment you had time, or even thought about reflecting on the notion of where you come up?   […]

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Sorry Son, No Motorcycle

By David Peel As an injury lawyer who handles accidents involving motorcycles, cars and trucks, I am often asked about the crashes I investigate. If you see what I see every week, you would buy a big, heavy SUV, carry a ton of uninsured motorists insurance and never ever let your children ride a motorcycle […]

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