Archive | September 5, 2013

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Did You Know?

By Teresa D’Amore One of the greatest house-warming gifts we can give our proud new homeowners is maintenance advice.  Whether your home is new or gently worn, we hope that you find these tips and tricks helpful. Made for Each Other:  Did you know; if your home has two air conditioning units they must be […]

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Legal Phrases and Trivia

By David Peel The words “insane” and “insanity” are legal, not medical terms. The word “freelance” comes from medieval times when a knight’s lance (long spear)  was free for hire. Irony. The New Hampshire state license plate that says “Live Free or Die”  is made in prisons. It has long been thought that the word […]

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Public Safety September 5

Fire Reports Unauthorized burning August 21 – 8790 Bethuel Road. Motor vehicle accident with injuries August 16 – U.S. Highway 51 North at Biloxi Street. Motor vehicle accident without injuries August 18 – Biloxi Street at U.S. Highway 51 North. August 21 – Singleton Parkway at Pleasant Ridge Road. Breakdown of light ballast August 19 […]

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Obituary September 5

AMY LEE CLARK CARPENTER Amy Lee Clark Carpenter, 42, of Atoka, died on Aug. 28, 2013 at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis. Amy was born in Alexandria, Va., on June 15, 1971 and was the daughter of Doris Showalter and husband Fred of Harrisonburg and F.G. “Flick” Clark and wife Ann of Keyser, W.V. In […]

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Military News: Kranz Graduation

Tucker Lee Kranz, the grandson of Barry R. and Barbara Davis of Millington, has just completed his 10 weeks of Army National Guard basic training at Fort Benning, Ga. He is a senior at Munford High School.

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Ordinance would abandon portion of West Union Road right of way

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has passed an ordinance on second reading that would abandon a portion of the West Union Road right of way. Board members took the action during an Aug. 19 special called meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Frankie Dakin and seconded by Alderman Thomas […]

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Millington grad DeClue returns home after tour in Afghanistan

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Steve DeClue welcomed his son back home to Millington the best way he knew how. Retired from the U.S. Navy, the elder DeClue made special plans for the homecoming of William back from Afghanistan. Accompanied by the Patriot Guard Riders, Steve greeted the younger DeClue at Memphis International Airport with an […]

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Millington resident processes book on Mississippi Justice dating back to 1830s

By Thomas Sellers Jr. A recent trip to Georgia brought Tennessean Glenn Gossett closer to Mississippi history. The local businessman recently visited his brother in the Peach State and returned back home to the Millington area with a worn book full of hand written passages dating back to the 1830s. “My brother’s half brother found […]

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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE 9/5/2013

SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Sale at public auction will be on September 6, 2013, 12 noon local time, at the Shelby County Courthouse, 140 Adams Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee, pursuant to a Deed of Trust executed by Dean and Anita Opalka to Joseph D. Barton, Substitute Trustee, on August 8, 2003 and recorded as […]

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