Archive | August 7, 2014

Josh Gowan sets shore side after fishing at Mexico Beach, Fla.

Heartlander Abroad: Mexico Beach, Fla.

By Josh Gowan An eerie calmness lay about the sea, the waves ceased to break, and the water temperature dropped 10 degrees in a matter of minutes. The Gulf of Mexico and all its’ inhabitants felt the presence of their greatest threat, the dreaded return of the one predator that could not be defeated, evaded, […]

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Otis Griffin pose

I’m Crying All Over For You

By Otis Griffin “And I can’t sleep at all, it is true.”  “Awwww pick it out Billy Byrd.”  When is the last time you heard any good ol’ country, served down on the farm country music?  Bring back Ernest one more time and don’t forget the ‘Troubadours’. Unless you get lucky and know exactly where […]

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NEW TENNESSEE GUN LAW

New Gun Law

By David Peel As of July 1, 2014, any Tennessean can keep a loaded handgun, shotgun or rifle in a car or truck you legally possess. The only requirement is that you are legally able to possess a gun under state and federal law. You still cannot carry it on your body if you don’t […]

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MCHS staff picture

Meet the Millington Central High School 2014-15 Staff

On newsstands this week on Page 3A are pictures of the entire MCHS staff. Principal Clint Durley wanted to introduced the staff, faculty and administration of the school for the school year. Pick up this week’s issue of The Millington Star to see the MCHS personnel.

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Public Safety

Public Safety August 7

Fire Reports Motor vehicle accident with injuries July 31 – 8000 block of Wilkinsville Road. Emergency medicals/assistance July 31 – 4000 block of Bilrae South Street. Aug. 1 – Navy Road and Martin Road; 6000 block of  U. S. Highway 51 North; 8000 block of wells Road; 6000 block of Annielee Street. City Court Reports […]

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Superintendent first day Roper

‘Yes, We Did’ Superintendent cites district enrollment of 2,584 students as school year begins

By Bill Short As the 2014-15 academic year began on Monday, at least 2,584 students had enrolled in the four schools of the Millington Municipal School District. Dr. David Roper, superintendent of the municipal school system, said that was the total as of 10 a.m. Monday. And he noted that, during the day, “more were […]

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Harrold first day open the gate

Flag City history, Millington Municipal Schools opens doors for first day of school

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Usually the night before the first day of school is exciting to children looking forward to new grade, fresh clothes, different faces in the classroom and a new teacher. But the eve of debut of the Millington Municipal Schools, many adults were eager for the beginning of the new school system […]

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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 the allegations of the Petition for Termination of […]

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