Archive | December 19, 2013

The List Is Perfect

By Otis Griffin Remember in your youth the best time of the year was when Santy came with a big cotton sack full of toys.  However we had to make our own lists as the red suited round man visited many kids in just one short night. Momma and I sat at the kitchen table […]

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Hurt on the Job

By David Peel One of the most dangerous things we do is drive to work. As an injury lawyer, I have written much about the incidence of car accidents. But when you get to work, you might go from the frying pan in to the fire. In 2012, private industry employers reported nearly 3 million […]

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Read! Read! Reading is the Way at Northaven Elementary!

By Judy Walker Oh! what fun it is to read at Northaven Elementary! In the lobby of Northaven Elementary, students and staff promote reading with Treasures of the Forest Literature Trees. Treasures of the Forest Literature Trees were created by each grade level. Each classroom chose their favorite story and used the story elements of […]

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Trojan senior grappler ready to continue Millington and family tradition with a trip to State

By Thomas Sellers Jr. How are things shaping up toward February? That is a common question for high school grapplers prior to Christmas. And in Shelby County the annual Trojan Wars hosted by Millington Central High School is a good way to find some answers. The 2013 edition took place in the William Osteen Gymnasium […]

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Public Safety December 19

City Court Reports December 10 Session Fines Christina R. Eanes, 2895 Marshall Road, Munford, no driver’s license, $50 fine plus cost. Chantee L. Gray, 5248 Bitter Creek Drive, Memphis, no driver’s license, ex parte $50 fine plus cost; driving while license suspended, ex parte $10 fine plus cost; failure to provide proof of insurance, ex […]

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Obituary December 19

THOMAS E. BROWN JR. Thomas E. Brown, Jr., 70, of Drummonds, GM wholesale parts manager and Army veteran, passed away Dec. 8, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas and Sereda Brown and a sister, Beverly (Cissy) Keck. He is survived by his wife, Jane Brown; daughters, Theresa G. (Pat) Jarvis of […]

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Millington Crisis Center bridging the gap for those in need at Christmas, toys needed for area children

By Linda Cooper In a small two bedroom house located at 8133 Wilkinsville Road, which once served as the parsonage for the First Baptist Church, the Millington Crisis Center ministry is coming to the aid of many in our community who need a helping hand. Founded in 1987 by Cynthia and Russell Neighbors in the […]

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School Board invites three applicants to final interviews for superintendent

By Bill Short The Millington School Board voted unanimously this week to invite three applicants among six semifinalists to return for second interviews for the city’s first school superintendent. Board members took the action Monday night during a special called meeting on a motion offered by Louise Kennon and seconded by Chuck Hurt Jr. The […]

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City of Millington Announces Revised Sanitation Routes for December 23 – 27, 2013

City of Millington Announces Revised Sanitation Routes for December 23 – 27, 2013 Due to the upcoming Christmas holiday, the City of Millington’s Sanitation Department will run a revised collection schedule the week of December 23-27. Citizens should expect their regular scheduled pick up on December 23. There will be no collection on December 24 […]

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