Archive | June, 2014

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Millington featured in New Hard Rock Cafe Memphis

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The New Hard Rock Cafe Memphis is on the brink of opening July 3, 2014. But before the doors open at the new location at 126 Beale Street, Hard Rock’s Music and Memorabilia Historian Jeff Nolan gave the media a tour of the new location and some of the history that […]

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Softball factory notice 7-10

Softball Factory and Under Armour will hold an open tryout for high school players in the Memphis area

Star Staff Reports MEMPHIS — The Under Armour Softball Factory National Tryout will take place in Memphis on Tuesday, July 15, at Rhodes College. All athlete’s ages 13-18 are encouraged to attend. Players are asked to report to the field at noon for registration, and the event is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. The […]

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Millington MLG&W Office Re-Opens Monday

Star Staff Reports Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division’s Millington Community Office, located at 5131 Navy Road, will re-open Monday, June 30. The office has been closed since May 12 for Americans With Disabilities Act improvements; the renovation should be completed this Friday. Upon completion, MLGW will have completed ADA improvements at all of its […]

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Fall and Winter Stars of the Season 2013-14

Football Offensive Star of the Season LaKeron Garcia The Millington athlete is heading to Memphis because of standout senior season. Garcia was selected as a 2013 Liberty Bowl High School All-Star and had three touchdowns in that game. Earlier in the season, Garcia scored five times against rival Brighton. Either as a receiver or running […]

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Jacob LaFosse Southwest

LaFosse was unsung, but major part of TRA’s recent success, heading to Southwest

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Recent Tipton-Rosemark Academy Baseball headlines have read Jacob Johnson becoming an All-Star and signing to Southwest Tennessee as a pitcher. Connor Alexander also heading to Memphis and starts the 2014 season throwing a no-hitter. Even more recently, Gil Erwin emerges as a standout from the mound leading the Rebels to school’s […]

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Make Sure Your Family Has a Disaster Plan

By Jason Alderman June 1 marked the beginning of hurricane season. Meanwhile, across much of the Western U.S., major droughts have greatly increased the danger for summer wildfires. And don’t forget last winter’s record-breaking winter storms – or the ongoing potential for earthquakes, tornados, floods and other natural disasters. Such catastrophic events are inevitable, largely […]

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Jason Aycock and Hunter Jones of East Prairie, Mo., pose with a couple big Mississippi River blue catfish.

Father’s Day & a Super Moon

By Josh Gowan Another beautiful weekend in the heartland, punctuated by one of my favorite holidays, Father’s Day! While my quest for equality between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day is still a work in progress, I think the message is getting out. The endgame is for us Dad’s to receive the same level of gifts […]

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Good Eats Ledford

Back to Basics

By Thelma Ledford Scientists are proving that the microorganisms in the soil are beneficial to health; the breathing and working with it is healthy. Good soil is active and alive. Friends, did you know that it is good for us to make mud pies! I found SHOs (soil microorganisms) in the health food stores as […]

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David Peel

GM Put Profits Over People

By David Peel General Motors, the behemoth of the U.S. auto industry, is recalling millions more cars to repair faulty ignition switches that they knew about and now admit have killed at least thirteen innocent people. At this point, they are recalling more cars than they are selling. This, you recall, is one of the […]

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Cal Daughters of the American Revolution 6-26

Calendar of Events June 26

The Memphis and Shelby County Regents Council Daughters of the American Revolution met Saturday, June 14 at the Racquet Club of Memphis in celebration of Flag Day, which commemorates the adoption of the flag of the Unites States. Continental Congress passed the flag act on June 14, 1777.  Special guest speaker was Shelby County Mayor […]

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