Archive | September 26, 2013

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Duck Skunk and Fall Fish

By Josh Gowan The weather was absolutely fantastic over the weekend, and a lot of outdoorsmen took full advantage of it! Missouri’s bow season opened, Tennessee’s teal/woodduck season opened, corn was getting leveled all over the region opening up a ton of dove hunting spots, and the cool temperatures turned the fish on, so let’s […]

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Scam Alert: MLGW again warns customers about scammer calls, posing as MLGW reps

Star Staff Reports Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division has received reports of a scam targeting commercial/business customers. Commercial and business customers are receiving false calls about their utility bill. The scammer is instructing customers that MLGW has a new payment system and any payments made previously were not accepted into the new system. The […]

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Public Safety September 26

City Court Reports September 17 Session Fines Kevin J. Davis, 3735 Whittier Road, Memphis, failure to appear, 30 days at Shelby County Correctional Center. Kenneth T Fayne, 314 Fayne Lane, Brighton, theft of property under $500, $250 fine plus cost. Zachary Kyle Douglas, 1006 Dolan Road, Drummonds, refusal to submit, driver’s license revoked for one […]

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Sweet 95

A big 95th surprise birthday bash was held recently for Euba “E-Mama” Olivia Edwards at the Baker Community Center in Millington. More than 100 friends and family were in attendance to celebrate with her and to take a walk down memory lane of 95 years. Her party was hosted with love by her daughter, Ann […]

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A Good Reed: Trojan Football legend introduces his book to Millington with signing

By Thomas Sellers Jr. High atop the scoreboard at the Millington Football Stadium sets the No. 29. Occasionally a Millington Central High School student will ask, “Why is 29 up there?” or “Who is No. 29?” Those close to the Millington Trojan Football program proudly answer those question with the name Mario Reed. And this […]

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Board applies for $2,800 TML grant for hazard-free workplace

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has unanimously adopted a resolution to apply for a $2,800 safety grant provided by the Tennessee Municipal League. Board members took the action during their Sept. 3 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Hank Hawkins and seconded by Alderman Mike Caruthers. The […]

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