Archive | January, 2015

MLK Day 6

Love like God loves us

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The congregations of Millington’s First United Methodist Church and St. James CME Church came together Jan. 19 on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday to celebrate his legacy. The theme of the 2015 celebration by the churches was “We Are the World.” The fifth annual event was held at St. […]

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Cal NARFE AWARD

Calendar of Events January 29, 2015

Larry Henderson, Tennessee Federation President presented Donna Briggs an award as one of the top NARFE recruiters in the state of Tennessee for the period between the 2012 and 2014 NARFE Conventions.  This award was presented at the NARFE meeting held Jan. 15 at Old Timer’s Restaurant. Month of January Free E-File Friday will start […]

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Public Safety January 29, 2015

Arrests Jan. 8 – 22 year old Millington male charged with simple possession or casual exchange, vehicle and streetcars must stop at stop sign, speed limit violation; 33 year Memphis man charged with procedure to revoke suspension of sentence or probation Jan. 9 – 24 year old Munford male charged with failure to appear; 26 […]

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Neighborhood Christmas 3

True Wonder

Light contest judging brought Neighborhood Winter Wonderland Festival to a colorful end last month. Judging was so difficult that we ended up with two first-place winners, Kress and Cameron and the Morris Family, with the Hammer’s and the Dixon’s as the two second-place winners, all received cash and gifts. All participants received a snowman sign […]

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On The Mark

Noah Stephens of MIllington Central High School NJROTC Air–Rifle team placed second in the districts Area 9 Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Air Rifle Postal competition with a score of 271 in the sporter class. This has earned him a trip to represent MCHS in the SECNAV regionals in Anniston Alabama at their Civilian Marksmanship […]

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Common Core to be discussed at next School Board meeting

Millington Municipal Board of Education will discuss Common Core at their next scheduled meeting Feb. 2. The Board will be deciding whether to go on record with a position either for or against Common Core the present state mandated standards for Tennessee public education. There is considerable debate about Common Core standards and it is […]

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Cheers!

Millington Central High School junior cheerleader Charity Foster completes a stunt in mid-air Friday night during the Millington Trojans/Bartlett Panther basketball game in the Bartlett Gymnasium. The Trojans gave the top team in District 14-3A a tough battle only trailing by a point late in the fourth quarter. The Panthers were able to earn a […]

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Daughtry 43 points

Breaking News: Daughtry goes for 43, Arlington edges Trojans

By Thomas Sellers Jr. In one of the best offensive performances in Millington Central High School history, Trojan senior guard Julian Daughtry went off for 43 points tonight against the Arlington Tigers. But the outburst of points wasn’t enough to help the Trojans beat Arlington. The Tigers outlasted Millington 70-66. Daughtry was hot the entire […]

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Munford’s Wesley Bass signs with Southwest Baseball

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Family and friends joined Munford Cougar Baseball senior Wesley Bass for his signing to Southwest Tennessee today in the Munford High School Library. Bass, a right-hand pitcher, will joined George Skyes program after his graduation from MHS. This upcoming season Bass will be counted on as a top arm for new […]

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Board votes to employ Haley as Millington’s next manager

By Bill Short For the second time within the past year, the Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has voted unanimously to employ former resident Ed Haley as the next city manager. On a motion offered by Alderman Mike Caruthers and seconded by Alderman Hank Hawkins, board members took the action Monday night after concluding […]

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