Archive | May 7, 2015

David Peel

Ask The Lawyer

By David Peel As an injury lawyer, I am blessed to speak at many different events by civic clubs, churches and student groups. Some of the questions I get during Q & A might be interesting to my readers, so here are a few: Q.    Did you always know you wanted to be a lawyer? […]

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Your Grandfather Was Wrong…

By Mike T. Smith YOUR GRANDFATHER WAS WRONG. THERE IS A SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS We’ve all heard the phrase “There are no shortcuts to success. You have to work hard, pay your dues, and be patient.” You heard it from someone who cares about you and is only trying to prepare you mentally, physically, and […]

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Good Morning World

By Thelma Ledford Good morning! I know your body is feeling better because you ate your protein breakfast  this morning, didn’t you? Surely you gave your body something to supply energy for the day! As a nutritionist, I look at health problems from a different viewpoint than a physician does. I am more concerned about […]

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Calendar of Events May 7, 2015

The first Millington Sports Trivia Night was held last month at the Millington Holiday Inn with several teams competing. The event benefited the Millington Trojan Football and Baseball programs. The winning team as Table 1 with Scott, Angie and Spencer Percer, Bruce Marshall, Teresa Young, Luke  Sadler and Thomas Sellers Jr. The night featured 20 […]

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Eighth Annual Crisis Center Chinese Auction, Best Ever

By Linda Cooper The Eighth Annual Crisis Center Chinese Auction hosted by St. William Catholic Church on Saturday, April 25th, was the “best ever” according to Millington Crisis Center Executive Director Lois Wilber. The fundraising event drew some 200 attendees who enjoyed a spaghetti dinner with all the trimmings and an auction, where tickets were […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety May 7, 2015

Fire Reports Fire, other April 26 – 4066 Lelah Building Fire April 26 – 4066 Lelah Passenger vehicle fire April 26 – 4066 Lelah; 7767 U.S. Highway 51 North Motor vehicle accident with injuries April  26 – Raleigh-Millington Road and Kerrville April  28 – Wilkinsville Road and U.S. Highway 51 North Motor vehicle accident with […]

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Ideal Opening

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Under crystal blue skies and ideal temperatures, the 2015 opening of the Millington Farmers Market took place Saturday morning. Now a tradition, Millington and the surrounding area know the first Saturday in May marks the beginning of the vending season at 5152 Easley Street. The brainchild of the Old Town Millington […]

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Millington Central High School Salutatorian’s makes adjustments to stay near the top of Class 2015

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Whether it was as valedictorian or just one of the Class of 2015 members sitting on the football field of Millington Central High School, Jason Jiang is just glad to be a part of the festivities. On May 14 on the Millington Football Field, Jiang will be in attendance as the […]

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School Board votes to determine cost to upgrade restrooms at Miles Park, Middle School pavilion

By Bill Short The Millington School Board voted unanimously this week to determine the cost to upgrade the restrooms at Miles Park and in the Middle School pavilion. Board members took the action Monday night during their regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Larry Jackson and seconded by Cody Childress. During discussion shortly […]

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