Archive | September 12, 2013

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MCHS graduate offers his knowledge of baseball to the public

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The game of baseball has taken Zane Adams all over this country. And the sport has afforded the 2005 Millington Central High School graduate the chance to get a college education and moving into the baseball coaching profession. After stops at Dyersburg State and West Alabama University, Adams is currently teaching […]

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Mirimichi to host 15th Annual Huntington’s Disease Golf Tourney

Star Staff Reports The 15th Annual Cure Huntington’s Disease Golf Tournament will be held Oct. 14 with a 9 a.m. Shotgun Start. There will be an silent auction, awards banquet and presentation following the tournament on the patio at Mirimichi Golf Course. The format is a four-person scramble and the cost is $125 a player. […]

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Trojan defense and young quarterback make strides in road victory over district rival Cordova

By Thomas Sellers Jr. CORDOVA — Among all the headlines for the 2012 Millington Trojans, some of the memorable ones were the tragic loss of Dana Payne, losing the M&M Bowl for the first time in 10 years, reaching the second round of the playoffs and George Odum and Antonio Webber signing college scholarships. But […]

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Bolton pushes tempo against Millington

By Thomas Sellers Jr. ARLINGTON — Before 10 minutes ticked off the Bolton Soccer Field scoreboard, the host Lady Wildcats were ahead 4-0. Despite Millington Lady Trojan senior goalie Emily Stewart making several athletic saves, her team was behind 5-0 at halftime. Bolton kept the pressure on the Millington defense with well-executed passes leading to […]

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Football Wrapup Week 3

The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels picked up win No. 2 of the season on the field Friday night dominating the Fayette Academy Vikings 28-0. The Rebels (2-1) kept the Vikings winless on the season and to 155 yards of total offense. As for TRA’s offensive attack, Zach Dickson rushed for 123 yards by himself on 13 […]

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Munford seizes control early against Brighton

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Entering Thursday night, Munford Lady Cougars Head Coach Nina Makris was a little concerned about her team’s spunk. After a lackluster performance against the Dyersburg Lady Trojans, Munford had to prepare for a district tilt. And the leader of the Lady Cougars quickly remembered the opponent coming to the Munford Gymnasium […]

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Calendar of Events September 12

Officers Mike Roberson, Treasurer, and Wayne Jameson, Senior Warden proudly display the newly installed Richland Masonic No. 748 sign at 8732 Rosemark Road. Celebrating 60 years for the commemorative landmark the Rosemark Richland Masonic Lodge Brotherhood will coincide with the historical entrance festivities of the Rosemark community on Oct. 5. Month of September Did you know […]

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Labor Day Weekend Outdoor Extravaganza

By Josh Gowan You know, folks give the French a lot of crap for various reasons, but there is one thing they are spot-on about, a four day work week! I was again hosting my in-laws and niece over the holiday at Reelfoot Lake, and we had an absolute blast! Reelfoot may be more well-known […]

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Confused With The New

Otis Griffin Ever so often I’ll rummage through some old papers, books and gaze back in time just how much things have changed.  Some of these moralistic high brows educated above their own capacity will tell you, “It is for the better”.  Occasionally I don’t agree. Yesss suhhh, we got us some new paved roads […]

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Lawyers Practicing Something Other Than Law

By David Peel As an injury lawyer, many people talk with me about maybe going to law school. Many folks reason that, even if they do not actively practice law, a doctorate in law cannot hurt them in whatever career they may choose.  This list may support that theory. Did you know that all these […]

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