Archive | October 16, 2014

Daryl and Jason Masingale pose with a few of their winning stringer at Bass Pro Shop's Big Cat Quest National Championship.

Big Blues and Young Bucks

By Josh Gowan October is a wonderful month for us outdoors-folk, and having already picked out my Halloween costume (I’ll be revising my role as an underpaid outdoorsman: same camo, new boots) I intend to take full advantage of all early fall has to offer! The deer herd is thriving, the waterfowl outlook is outstanding, […]

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Good Eats Ledford

Make music with what you have left!

By Thelma Ledford WHAT IS THIS STUFF? Look closely at the bread you eat. It is pretty and white. Or, colored and called “wheat.” Crush it into a ball! Bounce it on the floor! Well, maybe not, but get the idea? Can you imagine the horror your digestive system experiences when trying to use it? […]

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David Peel

Accidents

By David Peel If someone rams you with his or her car it is considered an intentional act and there is usually no insurance coverage from the ramming party. Most car crashes are truly accidents, but there still are many cases in which there will be either no insurance or insufficient insurance to compensate you […]

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The River City Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated Constitution Day at the Millington Library_html_31bce50

Calendar of Events October 16

The River City Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated Constitution Day at the Millington Library.  Special guest, John Trustee, Financial Director for the city of Millington, read a proclamation declaring September  17 -23 to be Constitution Week. A display was set up in the library focusing on the signing of the Constitution […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety October 16

Arrests Sept. 29 –32 year old Memphis male charged with failure to appear. Oct. 1 – 38 year old Memphis male charged with failure to appear; 32 year old Millington male charged with assault; 31 year old Memphis female charged with driving while license suspended/cancelled/revoked, compliance with financial responsibility law required, lights required on motor […]

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Lady Rebel Softball Banquet 8-28

Salute! Summer to Remember

Tipton-Rosemark Academy celebrated its 2014 TRA Lady Rebels Division II-A Softball State championship over recent weeks. TRA went 27-11 this past season and brought home the school’s second softball championship. The Lady Rebels were honored at their annual banquet and then saluted at the TRA Rebel Football game. The players and coaches were presented their […]

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Cellular Effect business group 10-16

Connected

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Cellular Effect will officially debut Oct. 25 from 7-11 p.m. at the Rose Theater on the campus of The University of Memphis. The film, featuring Millington Central High School graduate Patrick Love, will start at 7:30 p.m. Cast members and crew from 305 Studios will be on hand for a […]

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Wages sworn in 10-16

Special Swearing In

Judge A. Wilson Wages was sworn in for another eight-year term by Court Clerk Diane Landsee on Sept. 2. Wages has lived in Millington his entire life. He is married to Deborah and they have three children, Houston and Cyrena who lives in Nashville pursuing a successful music career and Austin who lives in California […]

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Ordinance quitclaims abandoned right of way of two streets to IDB

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen unanimously passed an ordinance on final reading this week that quitclaims the abandoned right of way of two streets to the Industrial Development Board. Board members took the action Monday night during their regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Thomas McGhee and […]

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From left Steve Smith, Kirk Orman & Jason Dupree

MCHS grads bring Trojan Sports videos to their hometown

By Thomas Sellers Jr. There are many traditions involved with Millington Trojans Football. From the chants, to the Black and Gold and honoring the numbers 29 for Mario Reed and 87 for Dana Payne, Trojan Football has many rituals of pride. Known as “Running Back High” in West Tennessee, Millington Central High School has added […]

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