Archive | July 17, 2014

David Peel

The Good, Bad & the Ugly

By David Peel The car ahead of you brakes suddenly… it is too late to swerve or stop. Upon the sickening crunch of impact, just 0.05 seconds later, you feel a force hit your face that is somewhere between a Chuck Liddell punch and a Derek Jeter homerun swing. While violent in their inflations, airbags […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety July 17

Arrests July 3 – 36-year-old Millington man charged with failure to appear; 28-year-old Millington man charged with failure to appear; 45-year-old Cordova man charged with harassment; 23-year-old Memphis man charged with failure to appear. July 4 – 23-year-old Atoka man charged with failure to appear; 22-year-old Millington man charged with public intoxication; 40-year-old Memphis man […]

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Cal Exchange Club pic 7-10

Calendar of Events July 17

The Millington Exchange presented a plaque to the  Millington Police Department, in honor of the Proudly we Hail award, for proper displaying of the American Flag. Pictured from left are Ken Sullivan (president), Leanna Dagen, Tia Lord, Millington Police Chief Rita Stanback, Chuck Hurt Jr. and Katrina Skerritt. Month of July It’s time for the Millington […]

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Obituary July 17

PHILIP B. KEITH JR. Philip B. Keith, Jr. of Millington, passed on peacefully with his family at his side at the Methodist Hospice Residence in Memphis, on June 13, 2014. Phil was born in Plainfield, N.J. on Nov. 17, 1934 to the late Edna Montenecourt Keith and Philip B. Keith, Sr. He grew up in […]

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Larry Jackson

Jackson elected to fill school board position after Carroll’s resignation

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen elected Larry Jackson this week to fill the municipal school board position left vacant by Jennifer Carroll’s resignation. Board members took the action Monday night at their regular monthly meeting during three rounds of voting. Jackson was elected by a 4-1 vote, with Alderman Thomas […]

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Trojan hall of fame 2014

Help decide the 2014 Hall of Fame Class for MCHS Athletics

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Last July Millington Central High School Assistant Principal Beth Hale announced the beginning of the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Hale and a panel of community leaders formed the criteria and later in 2013 the first 12 inductees were announced. Last November the inaugural class of Tommy Harrison, Bobbie Percer Sr., […]

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NOTICE TO THE RESPONDENT: GEORGE FOUNTAIN

IN THE JUVENILE COURT FOR ANDERSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE Case No: J-29345 / 13-1763 STATE OF TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDRENíS SERVICES Petitioner, vs. GEORGE FOUNTAIN WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN Respondents IN THE MATTER OF: DAKOTA ALAN EDWARDS DOB: 06/05/2008 A Child Under Eighteen (18) Years of Age ORDER FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION It appearing to the Court from […]

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

Dyersburg State Community College ñ Jimmy Naifeh Center in Covington, TN is soliciting a Request for Proposal (RFP) for CafÈ Food Service. To request a copy of the RFP, email: watts@dscc.edu Completed proposals must be received at the address below by: August 12, 2014 by 2:00 PM Administrative Services Office Dyersburg State Community College Eller […]

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