Archive | October 3, 2013

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Munford defense keeps Tiger offense scoreless, but punting game gives up three scores in Ripley win

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Munford Cougars took the field Friday Night among Homecoming festivities, the powerful sound of the Munford Band and media attention. Earlier in the day the school announced the suspension of Head Football Coach Amhaad Galloway for the Ripley Tiger contest for conduct detrimental to the team. It appeared it was […]

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Kuykendall’s Milestone

Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebel Jackie Kuykendall recently reached a milestone last month. The senior libero became the first in school history to compile 1,000 digs in her career Sept. 23 during a game against Northpoint. She was also recently selected to the American Volleyball Coaches Association Under Armour Watch List for seniors.

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Finally Fall!

By Josh Gowan There is no greater time of year for us outdoor-folk than fall. The deer are moving about, the squirrels are cutting, the ducks are preparing for their migration down the Mississippi Fly Way, and the fish are gorging themselves! I’ve seen plenty of posts from people on Facebook about fall bringing hoodies, […]

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Long Ago, It Was Real Tasty

By Otis Griffin For my country folks that depended on livestock and the good earth to provide a living and nourishment, chores came before the families.  After milking, there was plenty of work to complete the project.  As you know it was just a way of life.  Who can really say what was right, wrong, […]

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Is Law School For You?

By David Peel As an injury lawyer running my own firm for over 13 years now, I am often asked if I think someone should go to law school.  In general, I discourage it. Here is why. Back in the mid-1990s, when I graduated, jobs were plentiful enough that most of my peers were employed […]

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K9 Bulletproof Vest Fundraiser

Star Staff Reports In August the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office was approached to participate in efforts to raise funds for the purchase of protective bulletproof vest for six Tipton County canines.  The agencies include the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office, Munford Police Department and Covington Police Department.  (The Atoka Police Department K9 already equipped with a […]

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Public Safety October 3

City Court Reports September 24 Session Fines Yousef Althaibani, 7754 U.S. Highway 51 North, Millington, contempt of court, $50 fine, no cost. Charlette Y. Payne, 169 Franklin Square Drive, Munford, speeding, $10 fine plus cost. Paula A. Robinson, 5312 Braden, Memphis, failure to appear, 3 days at Shelby County Correctional Center. Sentences Jeffrey J. Meadows […]

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Obituary October 3

DOROTHY MAE’ DOTTIE’ DAVIS Dorothy Mae “Dottie” Davis, 94, died Sept. 27, 2013. Dorothy was a resident of Millington for more than 50 years. Born 1918, in Indianapolis, Ind., she met the love of her life, Gunnery Sergeant Harry H. Hobson, and they married in 1954. She and Harry traveled the world during his service […]

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Calendar of Events October 3

Millington Star Editor Thomas Sellers Jr. recently spoke on a journalism and newspaper panel at The University of Memphis. Sellers and three of his peers were invited to the Meeman Journalism Building on The U of M campus to speak to the class of Professor Candace Justice. Joining Sellers was his former Star colleague Christina […]

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MCHS graduate returns to Millington promoting her photo exhibit in Atlanta supporing Haiti relief

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Ten years can come and go quickly. This weekend many from the Millington Central High School Class of 2003 will return back to Flag City for events like the Homecoming Football Game against Kingsbury. And among the catching up, more detailed updates to assist Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, many of the […]

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