Archive | November, 2013

Brighton ace receives multiple D-I offers, makes Memphis his college choice

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The list of names of Brighton pitchers to sign a college scholarship reads like a Cardinal Hall of Fame. Head Coach Brian Oswalt has guided and witness greats like Adam Blackburn, Jeremy White, Colter Millican and many more dun the Brighton uniform and sign a letter of intent. The latest in […]

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Tennessee Small Business Development Center Presents 2013 Small Business Leader Awards

Star Staff Reports DYERSBURG — The Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) of Dyersburg State Community College recently held the third annual celebration of small business owners and entrepreneurship of the Northwest Tennessee region. The Third Annual Rising Star Small Business Gala and Awards Banquet was held Nov. 15 in the Baptist Memorial Health Care […]

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Halftime adjustments helps Munford defeat Trojans in first M&M Showdown

By Thomas Sellers Jr. In recent years, the Munford vs. Millington boys’ basketball games have been thrilling seesaw battles no matter the time or location. And last Friday night the trend was continuing in the William Osteen Gymnasium with the Cougars ahead 29-28 at halftime. Then Munford Head Coach Butch Hopkins came up with a […]

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Despite lack of intensity, Lady Cougars able to pull out a rivalry win at Millington

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Munford Lady Cougars Head Coach Steve Poindexter wasn’t in the mood to make excuses moments after leaving his team’s locker room. He was not happy with his team’s performance Friday night in the William Osteen Gymnasium after taking on the rival Millington Lady Trojans. Although the Lady Cougars were victorious 45-32, […]

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Cardinal teams battle Bolton to end, endure more growing pains

By Thomas Sellers Jr. ARLINGTON — Experience over youth was the cast Nov. 19 in the Bolton Gymnasium. The Brighton Cardinals teams traveled to Arlington to take on the host Bolton Wildcats. In girls action, the Bolton Lady Wildcats defeated the Lady Cardinals 61-28. The second game of the night, Cardinals tested the Bolton Wildcats […]

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Hello Old Buddy

Star Staff Reports Former Munford Lady Cougar Soccer players Alex Selby and Maggie Johnson were on opposing sides recently. After the game between Selby’s Mississippi College and Johnson’s The University of the Ozarks squad. Johnson is coming off a knee surgery and played the final 10 minutes of the first half and all of the […]

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Calendar of Events November 28

Ken Sullivan of the Millington Exchange, awarded Chris Stokes of the Millington Police Dept., with the club’s annual Officer of the Year award at a recent meeting at Old Timers in Millington. Month of November Tops (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly)  meets on Fridays from 9-11 a.m. at Millington Community Center. Come join us the group […]

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Misadventures in the Great Outdoors

By Josh Gowan It is strange what an outdoors-person will do to pursue our game. While all of us go about it in different ways, there is often more time spent in preparation than in the pursuit itself. I spent the last six days in northeast Missouri, or “NEMO” as they call it up there, […]

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Just Pile Up Some More Memories

By Otis Griffin Would you like to ride in my little red wagon?    Does anyone remember any color for a wagon, except red?  If it wasn’t red when you first got it, changes are coming soon.   Skipping through the hog lot and searching the barn over, finally a gallon of the world famous barn red […]

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A Storm is Coming

By David Peel Some of my severely injured clients require long-term care.  You might be surprised to learn that almost half of those that require long-term care or other similar assistance are under the age of 65! Two out of every three of us will require long-term care at some point in our lives. That […]

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