Archive | February 19, 2015

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Trojans win some battles against Bartlett, Panthers take overall victory

By Thomas Sellers Jr. ARLINGTON — The shots were falling for both the Millington Trojans and Bartlett Panthers Friday night in the Arlington Gymnasium. The opening round District 14-3A Basketball Tournament contest was tied at 10-10 midway in the first quarter. The Panthers then were ahead 18-12 after 8 minutes. The Trojans trimmed the Bartlett […]

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Marquisha Sanders helps her teammates and senior Lindsey Harris trap a Bolton player during the District 14-3A Tournament game.

Millington errors help Bolton pull away in Districts

By Thomas Sellers Jr. ARLINGTON — The basketball would slip through their hands or bounce off their legs out of bounds. The whistle seem to blow often Friday night against the Millington Lady Trojans for travel calls and fouls. All the miscues came at the worst possible time, the play-in game of the District 14-3A […]

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Catching a Bass: Southwest Tennessee lands Munford ace

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

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2015 Readers’ Choice Winner

The 2015 Millington Star Readers’ Choice gift card winner was Nichole Sullivan of Atoka. Sullivan graduated from Munford High School in 2007 and works in Millington. During the voting period for Readers’ Choice, Sullivan submitted a ballot. Her submission made her eligible for the Visa Gift Card prize. In a random drawing, Sullivan was selected […]

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Starting Roth IRAs for Your Grandkids

By Jason Alderman Many grandparents go above and beyond to offer financial help to adult children and grandchildren. If you’re seeking to contribute to your grandkids’ financial future, one option might involve opening a custodial Roth IRA (http://www.irs.gov/Retirement-Plans/Roth-IRAs) on your grandchild’s behalf as soon as he or she starts reporting earned income. While grandparents often […]

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Be Careful with Taking Advice

By David Peel As an injury lawyer, I give quite a bit of advice. The very title of this article may seem ironic in that it contains advice about taking advice. Most people only consider one factor when hearing advice from someone: Do I trust this person?  That is good, but it’s only one of […]

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No other gods, No graven images

By Jim Rast If there were more than one god, the power would be divided amongst the multitude. Making necessary to give responsibility of some things to one god and the responsibility of other things to another god, such as the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians did. This would cause diversity and issues amongst the separates. […]

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Proud Structures Are Slowly Leavin’

By Otis Griffin When is the last you were out driving through the country side observing the newly developed former cotton fields and suddenly you eyeball an elegant barn off the road? Allow the deep red color to return you many decades of yore as a youngster. My brilliant senior citizens realize the quality and […]

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Calendar of Events February 19, 2015

Pictured from left are Jane Pike, Annie Weathers, Marion Nadrchal, Beverly Ripley, Eugene Leech, Edna Binger and Millington Mayor Terry Jones. Jones officiated at the installation ceremony of new officers for the Millington Senior Citizen Club. “I am happy to be a part of the ceremony and swear in the new club officers as this […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety February 19, 2015

Fire Reports Gasoline or other flammable Feb. 4 – 4990 Navy Road Building Fire Feb. 1 – 6662 Theda Street Motor vehicle accident with injuries Feb. 3 – Chambers Road and Quito Road. Emergency medicals/assistance Jan. 29 – 8000 block of U. S. Highway 51 North; Renda Street and Hallbrook Street; 6000 block of U.S. […]

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