Archive | April 2, 2015

David Peel

Pack a Go Bag Today

By David Peel You never expect that “middle of the night” phone call. You know the one: Junior was in a wreck; Dad has chest pain; or Grandmother had a bad fall. When something like this happens the first priority is to get to the hospital, and get there fast. With hazard lights flashing, you […]

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Breaking down Adultery

By Jim Rast The relationship between a man and a woman is, as I have mentioned in an earlier article, similar to the relationship between a man and his God in love, trust and faith. The longer the love, trust and faith is maintained the stronger the bond in the relationship. Please remember this faithful […]

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Just What Did It Take

By Otis Griffin When my smart, hardworking, country senior citizens go back in time and revitalize the value of growing yo’ own table dressings, many can recollect how difficult it was to have something of your own.  Many families back ’en considered it standard practice to either share crop or rent. There were two ways […]

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Calendar of Events April 2, 2015

The River City Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met March 14 at Old Timers Restaurant in Millington. Natalie Payne, regent introduced the guest speaker, Colby Morgan from the sons of the American Revolution.  He spoke on the first president, George Washington. He told the group about some of the battles that Washington […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety April 2, 2015

Fire Reports Arcing, shorted electrical equipment March 24 – 6646 U. S. Highway 51 North Motor vehicle accident with injuries March 23 – Singleton Parkway and U.S. Highway 385 Motor vehicle accident with no injuries March 25 – 7930 Nelson Street Emergency medicals/assistance March 19 – 8000 block of Blue Creek Circle; 8000 block of […]

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TRA Pride and Prejudice

TRA Fine Arts debuts Pride & Prejudice to the world

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Fine Arts Department is taking on a challenge this April. Over the years, Lalania Vaughn’s program traditionally taken on a stage production. This year is no different, but there is a major twist. The TRA Fine Arts Department will present the world premiere musical “An Evening with the […]

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TRA Pride and Prejudice

TRA Fine Arts debuts Pride & Prejudice to the world

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Fine Arts Department is taking on a challenge this April. Over the years, Lalania Vaughn’s program traditionally taken on a stage production. This year is no different, but there is a major twist. The TRA Fine Arts Department will present the world premiere musical “An Evening with the […]

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2015 Memphis in May Triathlon returns to Edmund Orgill

Star Staff Reports The 33rd annual Memphis in May Triathlon Weekend returns to Edmund Orgill Park in Millington, Tenn., May 15 – 17. This year’s event, which was last held at Edmund Orgill Park in 2009, is expected to draw nearly 1,500 local, regional and national athletes and fitness enthusiasts. An Amateur Challenge with a […]

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City board approves amended ordinance requiring ‘bagged’ leaves, grass clippings

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has passed an amended ordinance on final reading that requires leaves and grass clippings to be “bagged” for city pickup. Board members took the action during a March 23 special called meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Mike Caruthers and seconded by Alderman Frankie […]

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Roy Remington Manager of Year 4-2

Remington’s recent efforts at Jetport help him secure statewide honor

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Since arrival in July 2013 Roy Remington has been trying to grow the Millington Regional Jetport. His hard work along side many with the city of Millington government hasn’t gone unnoticed. On March 19, Remington was named the 2015 Airport Manager of the Year presented by the Tennessee Division of Aeronautics […]

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