Archive | April 9, 2015

Lady Rebel second baseman Anna Claire Williams uses her foot to cover the bag giving herself time to tag the Arlington runner out Friday night.

Lady Rebels improve to 15-1 with victory over Class 3A Arlington Lady Tigers

By Thomas Sellers Jr. When the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebel Softball players picked up their 2015 schedules earlier this year, most of the players marked down April 3. That night the Arlington Lady Tigers were scheduled to visit Lady Rebel Field for a showdown. But thunderstorms popped up throughout the day. Many of the Lady […]

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Lady Trojan using time wisely

By Thomas Sellers Jr. A young team trying to develop talent prefers to play a team in a similar situation to start a season. But the Millington Lady Trojans lost those opportunities when District 14-3A contest were postponed against the Kingsbury Lady Falcons and Cordova Lady Wolves. Instead the youthful Lady Trojans were blessed with […]

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Good Weekend for Trojans

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Some of Zane Adams’ best memories as a Millington Trojan baseball player came at USA Stadium. He once struck out 15 players in a game on the legendary field. So when Adams led his Millington Trojans onto the field of USA Stadium March 27 to take on East Hickman, he was […]

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Tipton County’s Cantu runs completes 22 endurance runs in 24 days

By Thomas Sellers Jr.   Tipton County resident Ruben Cantu had to deliver on his goal. The motivation for Cantu to complete 22 marathons in 24 days across Texas were his family and friends who donated to his cause. His cause of raising awareness against childhood obesity helped him endure injury to complete the journey […]

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Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid and Big Cypress Lodge to Open April 29 with Special Evening for Conservation Event

Star Staff Reports Celebrate attraction’s grand opening with celebrities and giveaways supporting conservation organizations MEMPHIS — Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid, an iconic new destination experience located in downtown Memphis, will celebrate its grand opening Wednesday, April 29 at 6 p.m. with a special Evening for Conservation event. The event will feature an all-star […]

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We Salute Our Neighborhood Market

The Neighborhood Market store located near the Chapel Hill Community at 9508 Millington-Arlington Road held a day to salute the neighborhood March 12. On occasions, the owner known as Mr. Alex gives senior citizens discounts like on the day of the appreciation. For more information, call 829-3639.

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Crowdfunding and Taxes: What You Should Know

By Jason Alderman Crowdfunding – the online method of raising money from people around the world – is less than a decade old, allowing artists, activists and a growing number of entrepreneurs to connect with financial support far outside the conventional lending system. Here’s how crowdfunding works. Through sites like Kickstarter, Indiegogo or RocketHub, campaigners […]

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Fishing For a Cause

By Josh Gowan How about a little spring weather my friends! Bright sunshine and warm afternoons has turned the crappie on across the lower Midwest, and according to my various social media outlets, a lot of anglers are getting in on the action. There’s a big tournament coming up on Kentucky Lake that is going […]

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Here’s to the underdogs

By Mike T. Smith It happened. The Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball team was defeated. They made it all the way to April before they lost a game. A very impressive season but cut one game shorter than they, and their fans, would have liked. No one will deny that Kentucky is loaded with talent, but […]

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David Peel

Breakaway Devices: Hiding in Plain Sight

By David Peel Signs located along roads and highways are actually designed to fail! This is not some rampant misuse of government funds, or a massive failure of quality control. They are truly supposed to fail, to help keep all of us safer. As an injury lawyer, I see the results of this purposeful engineering […]

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