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Four-Year Term: Childress defeats re-election challenge in School Board’s only contested race

By Bill Short In this year’s only contested Millington School Board race, Cody Childress defeated Emile G. Sigee on Tuesday as one of three members elected to four-year terms. In Position 4, Childress received 1,400 or 69.24 percent of the 2,022 votes cast, while Sigee got 618 or 30.56 percent. Four write-in ballots were cast […]

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Trojans finish regular season with solid showing against Bolton

By Thomas Sellers Jr. ARLINGTON — Some of the tricks Halloween night were the cold weather and piercing winds. But there was a treat for the Millington Trojans, closing out the 2014 regular season with a 26-10 victory over area and District 14-3A rival the Bolton Wildcats. Leading up to the regular season finale the […]

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Basketball Preview Trojans

Trojans: Know Your Roles

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Millington Trojans have graduated enough players the last two seasons for a quality pick-up game with reserves. Head Coach Rob Sabau has seen 15 basketball players receive their high school diploma losing standouts like Kelby Hollowell, Jerrick Newsome, Roddarius Pitts, Jordan Browning, Willie Mudbone and El Paso Pitts. Fast forward […]

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Basketball Preview Lady Trojans

Lady Trojan bring firepower into 2014-15

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The last two seasons have graduated the core of the 2013 District 14-3A champion Millington Lady Trojans. Gone are six players with the duo of Tiara Caldwell and Kendra Richardson signing college scholarships to play basketball. Now Millington Head Coach Bruce Marshall is preparing his 2014-15 Lady Trojans for a run […]

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Basketball Preview TRA Rebels

Back in familiar territory

By Thomas Sellers Jr. All the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels have to do is replace the school’s all-time leading scorer. Gone is Matt “Moose” Moody and his 20.1 points, 3 assists, and 9.5 rebounds a game during his senior season. The man who will try to figure out how to start Rebel Basketball life post Matt […]

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Basketball Preview Lady Rebels

The other side

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebels new head coach is really familiar with the program. Well, the boys’ program to be exact. For the past four years, Keith Cox was roaming the sideline of the Fayette Academy Vikings taking on boys’ teams like the TRA Rebels. “I’ve seen Tipton-Rosemark and played against […]

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HUNT Mabry kill 11-6

Oh, Deer!

10-year-old E.E. Jeter Elementary Student Mark Mabry III went on the hunt Oct. 25 (Juvenile Hunt Only)  in  a remote location in Shake Rag, where he harvested a buck. It was an 11-point with crab claw antlers, an unique deer. His harvest method was with a 50 Cal. Muzzleloader. “I would Like to give special […]

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Chamber Hires Cooper As New Executive Director

Star Staff Reports Chairman of the Millington Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Dianne Baker announced the appointment of Linda Cooper as the new executive director of the Chamber effective December 1. “I am very pleased that Linda will be taking on the role of Chamber Executive Director. She has a fantastic array of […]

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Halloween Old Timers

Spooky Sightings

Last Friday several Millington business had the spooky spirit in honor of Halloween. Two operations observing the day in costumes were Old Timers Restaurant located at 7918 C Street and Millington Animal Hospital located at 4637 Navy Road. The Old Timers waitresses of Ashley Fitz (witch), Jessica Roberts (pirate), Presley Wilson (fairy), Evelyn Selby (Cleopatra), […]

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Veteran Prosecutor Rhea Clift Joins Ward Law Firm

Star Staff Reports The Ward Law Firm announced veteran prosecutor, Rhea Clift, will join the firm beginning November 1, 2014. Clift has more than twenty years of experience as a prosecutor in Shelby County and the city of Bartlett, with more than fifty jury trials to her credit. Rhea Clift is a graduate of Hutchison […]

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