Archive | November, 2014

Brighton guard Tramaine Cooper applies some pressure on MMHS standout guard Nate Vaughn last Thursday in the Brighton Gymnasium.

Cardinals control MMHS standout Vaughn, seize control in second half

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Maybe it was thoughts of guarding Memphis Metro Home School Mustang guard Nate Vaughn. Or it could have been the absence of second leading score Terrelwayne White, but the Brighton Cardinals had a slow start last Thursday in front of the home crowd in the Brighton Gymnasium. Brighton fell behind early […]

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LC Huffman makes steal

Lady Cards’ defense keeps MMHS in check, leads to dominate win

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The scoring summary for the Memphis Metro Home School Lady Mustangs last Thursday was a field goal in the first quarter and two free throws in the second quarter. Meanwhile the Brighton Lady Cardinals used a balanced attack on offense to light up the Brighton Gymnasium scoreboard winning 53-4. “I was […]

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Calendar of Events November 27, 2014

On behalf of Principal Amanda Compton and the E.A. Harrold Hornets, we would like to give a huge “Thank you” for making the 2014 Fall Carnival a huge success. E.A. Harrold  had plenty of sun, fun, and most of all support from surrounding businesses’ for the event. Some of the featured attractions this year were […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety November 27, 2014

Fire Reports Building Fire Nov. 14 – 8207 Robena Cooking fire Nov. 18 – 4884 Ketta Lane Grass Fire Nov. 15 – 8336 Sartori Drive Outside rubbish fire Nov. 14 – 6850 Singleton Parkway; 3675 Sykes Road Electrical wiring Nov. 19 – 4853 Second Avenue Motor vehicle accident with injuries Nov. 13 – U.S. Highway […]

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Obituary November 27, 2014

HARRY DOUGLAS RAMSDEN Harry Douglas Ramsden, 79, died Nov. 11, 2014 at Delta Medical Center.  A 31 and half year Navy Veteran Master Chief Ramsden was also Vietnam Veteran and Purple Heart recipient. After the Navy, he earned his Business Degree and Masters Degree at the University of California Laverne where he graduated Sigma Cum […]

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City receives $184,536 grant from state for Jetport infrastructure improvements

By Bill Short The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development has awarded Millington $184,536 grant to help fund infrastructure improvements at the Regional Jetport. Ordis Copeland, business development consultant for the department’s Greater Memphis Region, made the announcement during the Nov. 10 regular monthly meeting of the Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen. While […]

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Flip 7

West St. Flipper

In the M&M hardwood battle in the William Osteen Gymnasium off West St., their was a spilt with the Munford Lady Cougars winning and the Millington Trojans earning a victory. If there was a tie-breaker, the Munford Cheerleaders used some of the flips of senior Riana Agliam to shine. Agliam spent years in competitive cheer […]

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Picture from left are Mike Brazzell (Office of Preparedness officer), Dale Lane (director of Office of Preparedness/EMA), Chris Dorsey (Millington City Manager), Chief Gary Graves (Millington Fire Department Chief), Terry Jones (Millington Mayor), Thomas Eubank (Lucite International safety, health and environmental manager), Floyd Billings (Lucite site safety manager) and Levell Blanchard (Office of Preparedness deputy administrator).

Christmas comes early for Millington Fire Department with donation for fire-foam trailer

By Kate Armitage Thanks to the support  from Lucite International and The Shelby County Office of Preparedness, the Millington Fire Department will be better equipped to combat flammable liquid fires. The Shelby County Office of Preparedness approved $52,000 in homeland security funding for the purchase of a dual-tote fire foam trailer and prime mover vehicle […]

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Football Close Up on Field

Letter to Editor: Grateful for support of Trojans

Dear Editor: To the Millington Community, our Team fought through injures and hardships all season with the community of Millington supporting them every step of the way. What a great season of Millington Trojan Football this has been. This Team has a ton of heart for sure. On behalf of the Millington Trojan Football Team […]

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Carolyn Jenkins

SOULOUT Ministries to provide Thanksgiving Day meal at Baker

Star Staff Reports SOULOUT Ministries is a program under Dream Interfaith Ministries a 501(c)3 Non-Profit located 4641 Shelby Road in Millington, is hosting its Second Annual Thanksgiving Feast on Thanksgiving Day from noon to 2 p.m. at the Baker Community Center, 7942 Church Street, in Millington. There will be hygiene items available for the homeless, […]

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