Archive | January, 2014

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Odd New Laws

By David Peel As an accident and injury lawyer, I keep up with new laws that relate to my personal injury and death cases. However, some new laws get noticed for their sheer oddity. Here are some of the new 2014 laws, out of over 40,000, that someone, somewhere felt were very important to pass. […]

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To Inform- Not Diagnose

By Thelma Ledford These articles are to inform you—not diagnose a problem, but are to help you understand your own body, and teach you how to make better choices. There are two sides of health today; the pharmaceuticals and the alternative health solutions. By the word “alternative” I am talking about getting back to a […]

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Queen Burks’ Court

The Queen of the 2014 Millington Central High School Winterfest court was Asha Burks. The senior was overwhelmed Friday night in the William Osteen Gymnasium being selected by her peers and administrators. “I’m excited,” she said with smile. “I didn’t expect it. This adds something special to my senior year. This give me something to […]

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Public Safety January 30

Fire Reports Grass fire January 18 – 9162 McCreight Drive; 8000 block of Miller Road. Carbon monoxide incident January 19 – 4636 Vincent Drive. Power line down January 21 – 7378 Kerrville-Rosemark Road. Gas leak (natural gas or LPG) January 16 – 7984 Quinn Circle. Alarm system sounded due to malfunction January 22 – 7263 […]

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Millington Municipal Schools and residents welcome first superintendent Dr. David Roper to town

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Among a sea of Trojans, Stallions, Hornets and Eagles, new Millington Municipal School Superintendent Dr. David Roper was officially welcomed to Flag City. Roper and his wife were the guest of honor last Thursday night in the Millington Central High School Cafeteria treated to a special reception. After four days on […]

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Millington resumes search for next manager after Haley rescinds acceptance of job offer

By Bill Short The city of Millington has resumed the search for its next professional manager after former resident Ed Haley rescinded his acceptance of the job offer. At a special meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen Monday night, Interim City Manager Mike Chesney noted that he met with Haley earlier that day. […]

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1/30/14 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given of a Public Hearing to be held by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Millington, TN on Monday, February 17, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. at City Hall, 7930 Nelson Rd. The hearing is to receive public comments on the following ordinances which are […]

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1/30/14 NOTICE OF BEER PERMIT APPLICATION

NOTICE OF BEER PERMIT APPLICATION Pursuant to the requirements of the Millington Municipal Code, the following information is made known to all interested persons: Deynath Pidikiti, 30 Balmoral Ct. dba GFG Investments, LLC, Eads, TN 38028, has applied for an ?Off Premises? permit to sell beer at Raceway, located at 8454 Highway 51, Millington TN. […]

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Newcomb guest speaker at annual wild game dinner

Star Staff Report Dr. Ray Newcomb, former long-time pastor at Millington First Baptist, will be the featured speaker when Bartlett Hills Baptist Church hosts its annual Men & Boy Wild-Game Supper on Feb. 8. He’ll also be preaching at the church’s 9:30 a.m. worship service on Feb. 9. Bartlett Hills Baptist Church is located at […]

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Official error dooms Brighton Middle

By Thomas Sellers Jr. COVINGTON – One of sports’ many clichés is, ‘One play does not decide a game.’ But in the case of the 2014 WTAC Girls’ Championship between the Brighton Lady Cardinals and undefeated Haywood Lady Warriors one moment swung the momentum from the underdogs. For three quarters Jan. 27 in the Crestview […]

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