Archive | May, 2013

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Public Servant of the Week: Judy Koehl

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Tee Time!

The annual Bancorpsouth Bank Golf Tournanment was recently held at Glen Eagle Golf Course in Millington. The event was held to raise money for Millington schools. The Millington Area Chamber of Commerce and bank would like to thank the sponsors, participants, committee members and volunteers for helping the tournament be a success.

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First Citizens National Bank Ranks in Top 15 Percentile of Community Banks

Star Staff Reports Seifried & Brew LLC is proud to announce that First Citizens National Bank, based on the Seifried & Brew Total Risk/Return Composite Ranking, has been inducted into the 2012 S&B Top 15th Percentile of Community Banks. The benchmark for this ranking includes institutions with assets between $100 million and $5 billion. To […]

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Cardinals’ most decorated male track athlete ends high school career with pair of silver medals

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MURFREESBORO — Gone is his trademark mohawk. But the same smile that shined in 2011 in Murfreesboro’s Dean A. Hayes Stadium was glowing last Friday near familiar places. Over the last three season, Brighton Cardinal Malcolm Terry has made the long jump and triple jump pits at the track facility his […]

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Patterson concludes stellar Munford Tennis career at State Tourney

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MURFREESBORO — The look of confidence quickly transformed to an expression of pain for Munford Lady Cougar Taylor Patterson. After just winning a set 6-4 over Centennial’s Hannah Shoener last Thursday in the Class 3A Girls’ State Singles Tournament in Murfreesboro, Patterson was up 2-1 in the third and decisive set. […]

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Lady Trojan Richardson earns sixth in State High Jump

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MURFREESBORO — Accompanied by her coaches Adrian Smith and T. Taylor, Kendra Richardson was walking from the Class 3A State High Jump area getting ready for the medal stand. As she walked in front of the Dean A. Hayes Stadium crowd in Murfreesboro, a man in black and gold of Memphis […]

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Munford junior leaps onto the Tennessee track scene with pair of top 10 finishes at State

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MURFREESBORO — Just seconds after his last triple jump attempt in the Dean A. Hayes Stadium in Murfreesboro, Munford junior Caine Robinson collapsed to the red track. Despite competing in the Class 3A High and Triple jumps back-to-back, it wasn’t fatigue. Robinson laid on his back in frustration. Although he didn’t […]

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Munford senior reaches goal and makes it to medal stand like older brother

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MURFREESBORO — All Tyler Gray wanted to do was concluded his Munford High School Track career with a chance to stand on the podium and receive a medal. He has witnessed that scene play out twice in his family with older brother Matt reaching State twice in the Shot Put finishing […]

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Lady Cougars win State opener with homer

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MURFREESBORO ­­— Just before noon on May 22, Munford Lady Cougar Sam Scott hit the shot heard around West Tennessee. Facing Seymour Lady Eagle ace Carly Lewis in the Class 3A State Softball Quarterfinal, Scott took a swing for the Murfreesboro Sports Complex fences. And the ball traveled 50 feet over […]

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What does the future hold for 2013 graduates?

By Tammy Nabors Graduations are occurring all throughout the Mid-South. Many of our children have no idea what the future holds for them. From college graduates, high school graduates, even eighth grade graduations can leave one confused and without direction. As parents and responsible guardians we must ask ourselves what is our role in helping […]

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