Archive | October 2, 2014

Anglers pre-fishing for the CrappieMaster's National Championship on Lake Washington, Miss.

Heartlander Abroad: Lake Washington Mississippi

By Josh Gowan I have lived the grand majority of my life between Southeast Missouri and Northwest Tennessee, and am quite accustomed to the subtle nuances that distinguish our land from those who reside elsewhere. We have a surplus of bugs, it is part of life, but we have those bugs because we’re fortunate enough […]

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NOTICE OF MILLINGTON BEER PERMIT APPLICATION

Pursuant to the requirements of the Millington Municipal Code, the following information is made known to all interested persons: Kimberly Smith-Cummings and Sandra Cummings (DBA Cheers of Millington), have applied for an ?On Premises? permit to sell beer at Cheers of Millington located at 7874 ?C? St., Millington TN. The Millington Beer Board will meet […]

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Good to the Bone

Millington Central High School senior Ashlee Bone was crowned 2014 Homecoming Queen Friday night on Mooney Boswell Field in Millington by 2013 Queen Iris Reyes. Bone was escorted by her father Scott and was voted the Queen by the Millington Trojan Football players. “I can’t believe this is happening,” Bone said to her father moments […]

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David Peel

The Biggest Legal Myth

By David Peel When I speak to various groups and churches, I will sometimes ask what is, “one thing that we can all agree that we know for sure is true about law?” The most common response is the often repeated belief that, “If someone is hurt on your property then you are automatically at […]

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Plain Southern Brilliance

By Otis Griffin Almost two score, a decade and one half ago we were finally blacktop rolling.  Bob Mitchum and Thunder Road would have been proud.  My dear friend James bought a Chevy station wagon located in the depths of a cycle clipped grown up Johnson grass patch behind Dr. Crenshaw’s vet office on Navy […]

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Ordinance would amend Municipal Code to replace sections regarding beer permits

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has unanimously passed an ordinance on first reading that would replace sections of the Municipal Code regarding “special-use” beer permits. Board members took the action during their Sept. 8 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Bethany Huffman and seconded by Alderman Mike […]

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Eldon Tyms

Trojans run out of gas against Montgomery Bell Academy

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Most attending the Montgomery Bell Academy Big Red vs. Millington Trojan Football game Friday night were expecting to see a Millington Homecoming queen crowned. And that would be just about all the good news as for the Trojans. Most were fearful of the Big Red’s arrival to Flag City because of […]

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Volleyball Gable spike

Munford hits its stride against Lady Cardinals

By Thomas Sellers Jr. It was finally time for the rematch between the Brighton Lady Cardinals and Munford Lady Cougars. The second match up between the Tipton County volleyball rivals was anticipated because the previous contest was a competitive four-set thriller with Munford edging out Brighton. Angie Buchanan’s squad left the Brighton Gymnasium with the […]

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