Archive | October 9, 2014

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Non-Surgical Facelift

By Achrijoli Chanteuse Alright ladies, we all want to be the “hottest chick on the scene” when it comes to beauty, then there’s all that other competition out there vying for male attention same as you… you need to be on your “A-game” at all times! This article is about the most attractive part of […]

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Calendar of Events October 9

Oct. 10 The UCAN Fifth Annual Swing for Success Golf Scramble to benefit UCAN’s Anti-Bullying Program Oct. 10 at Glen Eagle Golf Course in Millington. The format is a four-man scramble. Registration is at noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. There is a cost per team which includes lunch, goody bag and winner’s […]

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Serena Davila

Davila’s National Honor

Star Staff Reports The National Society of High School Scholars announced Millington Central High School student Serena Davila from Millington, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The Society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. The announcement was made by NSHSS founder and chairman Claes […]

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Trunk or Treat returns to El Toro Taco Oct. 24

The Second Annual Trunk or Treat Fun For All Boo Cruise and Hay Ride will be held Oct. 24 at El Toro Taco located at 8067 Highway 51 North in Millington. The event is being presented by El Toro Taco, Hot Rod Barn, City of Millington, Rosemark Pentecostal Church, Jordan’s Lighthouse, The Millington Star and […]

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Public Safety October 9

Fire Reports Building Fire Sept. 28 – 9444 Brunswick Road. Outside rubbish, trash or  waste Sept. 30 – 7972 Martha Street. Mobile property (vehicle) fire, other Sept. 27 – 7943 Memphis Avenue. Motor Vehicle accident with no injuries Sept. 30 – U. S. Highway 385 and Singleton Parkway Oct. 1 – Singleton Parkway and Pleasant […]

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Veterans Parade Flyer 2014

After 40 years, Veterans’ Day Parade returns to Millington

The public is invited to come out in honoring all who served in the first Millington Veterans’ Parade since 1974. Everyone wishing to honor our veterans is invited to participate. Pre-registration is required. For more information about the parade, contact Millington Arts, Recreation & Parks at 873-5770. Millington’s VFW Post 7175 will host a community […]

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Ellis returns to Alma Mater and music program, debut concert packs FUMC

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The campus of Millington Central High School celebrated Homecoming during the week of Sept. 22-26. But for one person in the halls of MCHS, Homecoming really was marked as Oct. 2. New Choir Director and 1998 MCHS graduate Calvin Ellis was focused on the Fall Choral Concert to be held at […]

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Shanna Cook

Obituaries October 9

SHANNA D. COOK “Ms. Shanna D. Cook, 42, of Millington, Tennessee passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. She was born on Oct. 9, 1971 in the city of Orange, Calif., the daughter of Tommy and Phyllis (Welshans) Schieffer. Shanna’s first priority was always her children; they were truly the light of her life. […]

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Crisis Center Director Lois Wilber and Center Board Member Callie Bolyard discuss upcoming changes for the Millington Crisis Center. The Center will be closed throughout October for repairs.

Crisis Center to be closed until Nov. 4 for improvements

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The time has come to dust off the Millington Crisis Center. The staff and Board of Directors of the Crisis Center decided in late September to temporarily close the 8133 Wilkinsville Road location for the month of October to revamp it. “We’re going to be closed the month of October to […]

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School Board votes to transfer two pieces of property to city, seek third one from it

By Bill Short The Millington School Board voted this week to transfer two parcels of land to the city and request a third one from it. Board members took the action Monday night during their regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Louise Kennon and seconded by Don Holsinger. The motion was passed by […]

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