Archive | March 19, 2015

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BREAKING NEWS: Munford Egg Drop rescheduled for March 28

The Munford Easter Egg Drop originally scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed. The Easter Egg Drop has been rescheduled to March 28 at 10 a.m., on the football field at Munford High School.  Present and projected weather is not favorable and the field is too wet for the activity this weekend. See flyer for […]

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Millington Starbucks under renovation, still serving coffee

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Millington Starbucks Coffee located at 8507 Highway 51 North in Millington is currently undergoing renovations. But the popular coffee chain is still operating on site, just outside in a trailer from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The normal operating hours are from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information, […]

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The Millington Trojan Soccer team traveled to Orange Mound in Memphis last Wednesday to take on the Kingsbury Falcons. The Falcons were one of the best teams in the state last year and bring back a solid lineup. Trojan Ethan Dupree almost got a goal on the Falcons but came up short. Kingsbury got a […]

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Munford builds up to a victory in Lewis Harris Tournament under Garbuzinski

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Snow and ice during the week of March 2-6 cancelled all the preparation for opening week. March 9 finally arrived and the wintry mix was melted away. The ice and snow was drown in the downpour of rain. So opening day for most area teams was postponed until later in the […]

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Rain forced the 2015 Munford Football Lift-A-Thon into the Munford Gymnasium Friday night. More than 60 players were on hand with Head Coach JR Kirby and staff running drills and then powerlifting in front of dozens of fans and supporters. Last year the Lift-A-Thon was held on the track near the football field and raised […]

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Cardinal senior leader signs to play football at Midland University

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Some quick facts about the state of Nebraska. It became the 37th state on March 1, 1867 and lies in the Great Plains. The Midwestern state has the capital of Lincoln. And the territory was explored by Lewis and Clark. Now Brighton senior Cameron Butler will get a firsthand education of […]

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Dr. Ben Amaba

MCHS graduate to be guest speaker at MEF’s Banquet April 7

Star Staff Reports The Millington Education Foundation is proud to host Dr. Ben Amaba, Millington Central High School alumnus and IBM World Wide Executive, as our guest speaker for the Second Annual Banquet April 7 in Millington. Amaba will host a conversation in education and the practice of innovation on economic development. He will discuss […]

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Involving Kids in Family Vacation Planning

By Jason Alderman Family vacations produce memories for a lifetime, but they can also teach kids great money lessons they’ll need as adults. Involving kids in planning family vacations not only helps them appreciate the overall benefits of travel, but offers an opportunity for even the youngest kids to learn lessons about budgeting, saving and […]

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Do You Know What ‘AFLAC’ Stands For?

By David Peel As an injury lawyer, I work with the insurance of my injured clients. “The American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus,” much better known by its acronym “AFLAC” and its cute, white duck, is not like most other insurance you know about. AFLAC is not actually health insurance. It helps with those […]

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First Commandment with promise

By Jim Rast “Honor thy father and thy mother that thy days may be long.” Exodus 20:12 The last ‘do’ commandment and the only one with a promised reward. Long life. The next five commandments are ‘do not’ commandments with earthly recompenses as illustrated in this verse, “As you sow so shall you reap.” Galatians […]

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