Archive | March 5, 2015

David Peel

Injury Lawyer Makes a Difference

Injury lawyer David B. Peel has been practicing from his own modest Millington office for 15 years, and making a difference. Handling serious injury accidents, tractor-trailer crashes, deaths and disabilities is much like being “David versus the Goliaths of the insurance industries and trucking firms,” he says. “We make a difference in the lives of […]

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Finally It Is Show Day

By Otis Griffin Saturday was a special day for Rosemark rednecks.  If we had behaved all week and completed our chores (jobs) maybe, just maybe we could go to the Strand Theater picture show in Millington and watch our favorite cowboys catch the black hatted crooks. One of the grown ups would haul us in […]

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Get The Star Any time… Anywhere

Star Staff Reports There’s a new subscription option now available to readers of The Millington Star. We’re excited to now offer a digital subscription that allows readers to access a digital replica of the newspaper online. Access is available via computer, tablet, or mobile device. If you can access the Internet, you’ll be able to […]

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Calendar of Events March 5, 2015

Jenny Redding, Memphis singer and songwriter, recently performed a variety of songs for Young at Heart members at Clopton United Methodist Church in Brighton.  Month of March Free E-File Friday will start Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The program will continue until April 10. Sign-up outside starting at 9 a.m. until full […]

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Millington Firefighters rally behind 60-year tradition with MDA, raise $10,025 during 2014 Dill the Boot

Star Staff Reports More than 20 members of the Millington Fire Department and Professional Fire Fighters Association Local No. 3384 raised $10,025.00 during the annual Fill the Boot campaign throughout 2014 to help save and improve the lives of people fighting muscle disease in the Millington area. Muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other […]

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Public Safety March 5, 2015

Fire Reports Mobile property Feb. 24 – 8055 U. S. Highway 51 North Gas Leak (natural or LPG) Feb. 21 – 4799 Second Avenue Electrical wiring/equipment Feb. 23 – 6298 Leamont Drive Motor vehicle accident with injuries Feb. 19 – 4369 West Union Road Motor vehicle accident with no injuries Feb. 20 – Armour Road […]

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Dyson shoots for Miss Teen Tennessee March 21

Star Staff Reports Desiree’ Dyson, the daughter of Maurice and Twyalla Dyson, could bring home Miss Tennessee Teen Princess later this month. She is also the sister to UMass forward and Covington High School graduate Demetrius Dyson. She is a 15 year old sophomore at Brighton High School where she maintains a 3.8 GPA while […]

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Millington FBC youth use a Saturday to jump start new-look of Millington Stadium

By Thomas Sellers Jr. For years several traditions have grown around the Millington Central High School Football Stadium. Along with winning football and collegiate talent developing, Trojan Football on Friday nights is time for the End Zone Grill, MCHS Staff fellowshipping, running through the black and gold helmet and the voice of Mark Healy echoing […]

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School Board postpones action on properties at Middle School

By Bill Short The Millington School Board agreed this week to postpone action on two parcels of land until after a joint meeting with the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Board members made the decision Monday night during their regular monthly meeting on a recommendation by Chairman Don Holsinger. At its Oct. 6, 2014 meeting, […]

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