Archive | November 20, 2014

David Peel

Tribute to Veterans

By David Peel I have felt blessed to live in the United States all my life. Part of what makes our country great is the ample freedom we enjoy. But, as the saying goes, “freedom is not free.” The security, power and military superiority of the United States was earned by the blood, sweat, tears […]

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Some Self-Educated Smarts Does Come in Handy

By Otis Griffin Quite a few years ago it seemed like when decisions were made each was thought out and analyzed.  I could be wrong but in the wonderful South, we referred to a quick fast finalization as being ‘rash’.   I don’t know where that saying comes from or where it is a going. Maybe […]

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Rising Star

By Achrijoli Chanteuse Get ready people, in the upcoming weeks I will share business, social and emotional knowledge of how to reach your stardom. Ask yourself “do you really want to make it?”.Are you willing to put in the work? Ok, start with your prayer to your higher power,you’ll need all the help you can […]

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Millington Public Library

Encouraging Young Writers

By Susan Macdonald Millington Public Library has an active summer reading program for children and teenagers.  They also have a fall writing program for youngsters. In October, Millington students were invited to participate in the Ghost Writers Contest. This month there is a new contest. The library has recently announced its December short story contest […]

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First Kill

Tate Ervin,10, is a fifth grader at Millington Elementary. He recently killed his first deer on Nov. 10.  Tate was hunting with his dad Joe Ervin and Paw Paw on their farm in Sweet Lips, Tenn. Tate’s deer was an 8-point and he killed this deer with a muzzleloader.

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2014 MCHS Athletic Hall of Fame Bios

The Class of 2014 bios: Archie Bennett Archie Bennett was a three-year starter on the Trojan Football team. In 1968, Bennett was selected All-Shelby County, All-State and was named Honorable Mention All-American by Scholastic Magazine. He was also selected to the All-Mid-South team, played in the East-West All-Star game. He went on to play at […]

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N-82 Navy Gym to host a professional wrestling event

Star Staff Reports Applebee’s, Pokerface Events, and New Stars Wrestling (NSW) Owner Quenton “Pokerface” Williams has announced the date and location of the sophomore NSW event. “I was so pleased with the reception and response of our inaugural event this past spring, our second event will be held at the N-82 (Navy Gym) on Dec. […]

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MCHS wins first A.F. Bridges Award for Sportsmanship

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Doing what’s right can pay off. Recently representatives from Millington Central High School experienced that firsthand when the school was honored in Jackson as one of nine 2013-14 A.F. Bridges Award of Excellence for Sportsmanship. The awards named after the late A.F. Bridges, the first executive secretary of TSSAA, has several […]

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IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WEAKLEY COUNTY, TENNESSEE

RACHAEL LOUISE FREY, PLAINTIFF, v. STEPHEN DUANE FREY, DEFENDANT COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE IN THIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING from the Complaint which is sworn to that Stephen Duane Frey is a non-resident of the County, Weakley, Tennessee. THEREFORE, you are hereby required to serve upon James H. Bradberry, Plaintiff?s Attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 789, […]

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Zoning amendment allows veterinary clinics in some commercial districts

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has unanimously passed an ordinance on final reading that allows “small-animal” veterinary clinics in some commercial zoning districts. Board members took the action during their Nov. 10 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Mike Caruthers and seconded by Alderman Bethany Huffman. During […]

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