Archive | May 15, 2014

Charlotte Jackson poses with a big Kentucky Lake crappie.

Perfect Weather, Dismal Fishing

By Josh Gowan I believe I mentioned something last week about the negative impact gorgeous weather seems to have on my fishing, and being a creature of habit and one of the few honest fisherman I know, I went out of my way to maintain this trend over this past weekend! Next weekend BassPro Shops […]

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Emergency Funds & Go Bags

By David Peel “Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning” ~ Winston Churchill  (British Prime Minister during World War II) There are things that are sure to happen in life, but we are unsure as to when. For instance, do we really believe that we will never die?  No, most of us are […]

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David Peel

Emergency Funds & Go Bags

By David Peel “Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning” ~ Winston Churchill  (British Prime Minister during World War II) There are things that are sure to happen in life, but we are unsure as to when. For instance, do we really believe that we will never die?  No, most of us are […]

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The Human Body at Work

By Thelma Ledford Recommended reading:  “Poisoning Our Children” Nancy Sokol Green “Staying Well in a Toxic World” Lynn Lawson THE HUMAN BODY AT WORK More than 48 years ago I began studying nutrition because of personal health problems.  The medical examinations had uncovered no organic reasons. By using this knowledge I began regaining my health […]

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TRA Distinguished Honors 5-15

Calendar of Events May 15

The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Class of 2014 Distinguished Scholars are Connor Alexander, Alexandra Padilla Bobbitt, McKenzie Brower, Andrew Edmiston, Jacquiline Kuykendall, William Long, Ashley Max, Logan Mayo, and Reva Obenchain. The 2014 TRA Graduation will be held at the Millington First Baptist Church this Saturday starting at 8 a.m. Month of May Millington Airport Authority Board […]

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Dinner and Auction to raise money for Crisis Center & St. William

By Linda Cooper The Millington Crisis Center and St. William Catholic Church will host their Seventh Annual Chinese auction and spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Saturday, at 5:30 p.m. at the St. William Family Life Center, 4932 Easley St. Tickets for the event are $10 and may be purchased in advance at the church office or […]

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Dinner and Auction to raise money for Crisis Center & St. William

By Linda Cooper The Millington Crisis Center and St. William Catholic Church will host their Seventh Annual Chinese auction and spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Saturday, at 5:30 p.m. at the St. William Family Life Center, 4932 Easley St. Tickets for the event are $10 and may be purchased in advance at the church office or […]

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Lawson earns scholarship award

local individual earns modern Woodmen of America Nontraditional scholarship award Natasha Deanne Lawson has been awarded a $1,000, one-time, educational award in a national competition with other Modern Woodmen of America members. This grant program can assist Modern Woodmen members age 25 and over who are working toward an undergraduate degree or certificate from an […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety May 15

Fire Reports Building Fire May 5 – 7819 Admiral Road. Grass Fire May 4 – U.S. Highway 51 North at Fite Road. Brush or brush-and-grass mix fire May 2 – 7206 Linnie Cove. Outside rubbish, other May 3 – Austin Peay Highway at State Route 385; 7185 Helene Drive. Natural vegetation fire May 4 – […]

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Dakin-Fred Smith Check

Dakin’s chat with Fred Smith leads to check for Millington SYS Football

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Millington Alderman Frankie Dakin takes any chance to use the opportunities afforded by his education from Rhodes College in Memphis to better serve his hometown. The 2010 Millington Central High School graduate is majoring in Political Economics. In mid April Dakin joined his department’s president and some of its professors to […]

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