Archive | June 6, 2013

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First Citizens holds Annual Shareholders Meeting in Dyersburg

Star Staff Reports First Citizens National Bank held its Annual Shareholders meeting in Dyersburg on April 17. Jeff Agee, President and CEO, is pleased to report another year of successful operating results. Total assets for First Citizens’ have exceeded $1.1 billion, thus thrusting them into one of the largest Tennessee chartered bank. First Citizens National […]

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Trim Your Wedding Costs

By Jason Alderman Weddings have always been big business, but I was shocked to see how expensive they’ve become in the 17 years since my wife and I got married. According to the annual Real Weddings Study, the average wedding in the U.S. now costs $28,427, and that doesn’t even count the honeymoon. Wait, it […]

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Millington author releases short story collection

Star Staff Reports Author C. Ross Landrum announces the second edition release of his thought-provoking short story collection, “Past, Present, & Future.” What would happen if there were a Nuclear Holocaust? Who would be left to rule? There have been several sites much like Stonehenge found worldwide; all with a circular pattern and an arch […]

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Antonio Webber Male Athlete of the Year

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Life has humbled Antonio Webber. Despite trials and tribulations, the 18-year old was able to participate in three sports during his senior season at Millington Central High School. And with more than 1,400 yards rushing, and being a contributor in basketball and soccer, Webber was named the 2013 Millington Star Male […]

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Reflecting on ‘Coach’

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Sports Commentary Mike Anderson is a Christian, a husband, a father, a teacher and even a comedian. But all of that could be summarized in one word — Coach. Since the summer of 2002, Munford High School was blessed to have Anderson as one of its coaches. The veteran basketball leader, […]

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Best Sellers’ List 2013

Let’s start our look back at the 2012-13 TSSAA Sports year with the annual Best Sellers’ List. Her are 10 moments that stood out among all the memorable happenings since August. Maggie Johnson All-Heart As a person who suffers from consistent knee pain, I literally feel Maggie Johnson’s pain. With a surgery in her near […]

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Tipton County product Dyson signs with UMass

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The basketball career of Demetrius Dyson has made stops in Memphis, Brighton and Covington. But once familiar road on his journey to becoming a UMass Minuteman was Highway 51 with his parents Twyalla and Maurice Dyson behind the wheel most of those days and nights. “(Demetrius) went over and beyond in […]

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Starry Night @ USA Stadium

By Thomas Sellers Jr. County pride and bragging rights were on the line May 28 on the diamond of USA Stadium. The issue was settled between 40 of the best players from the area in the 2013 State Farm Shelby County All-Star Baseball Game between the Private School Stars and Public School Stars. Last year […]

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Go Vertical with Vines

By Margie Densford When you think of vines, does the image of out-of-control tendrils growing so quickly you can actually see them spreading across the ground and over your house come to mind? Well, many mannerly vines are available to provide us with fragrant flowers, vertical interest, and even shade. I was amazed when I […]

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Start Monday and Finish Up Tuesday

By Otis Griffin Since Blue Monday was always wash day, Tuesday was ironin’ day.  A funny set up. Sometimes Momma might start trying to iron late Monday afternoon, but gen’ly she would get a good start early Tuesday morning. After the clothes dried all day Monday, Momma would tell me, “go gather the clothes.”  This […]

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