Archive | May 21, 2015

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Calendar of Events May 21, 2015

Steve Broome, president of the Kiwanis Club of Millington, presents the annual Kiwanis Scholarship to Jordan Howell, a 2015 graduate of Millington Central High School. The $1,000 scholarship will be used by Howell as he enters into Austin Peay University, home the Governors, majoring in Music. Month of May The Millington Lions Club meets at […]

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Public Safety May 21, 2015

Fire Reports Building Fire May 9 – 3800 Lucy Road Hazardous conditions, other May 7 – 4847 Navy Road Gasoline of other flammable liquid spill May 9 – 9330 U.S. Highway 51 North Arcing, shorted electrical equipment May 7 – 7950 Memphis Avenue Motor vehicle/ pedestrian accident May 13 – 4190 West Union Road Motor […]

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The elected 4-H Officers are from left Timothy Martin, Kendall Garrell and Heath Quick.

4-H Ninth-Graders Step into Roles of Governor and Speakers of the Senate and House

Star Staff Reports Capitol Hill was the site of an unusual election last month.  Ninth-graders were elected as Governor, Speaker of the Senate and Speaker of the House. The 68th annual Tennessee 4-H Congress, March 22-25, in Murfreesboro drew some 450 4-Hers, volunteer leaders and extension staff. Elected delegate officers were: Governor Kendall Garrell of […]

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Legion Fair back in Millington

Star Staff Reports As summer turns to fall and football is back in the air, there is a long standing tradition of Memphians going to the Fair. Bucking that tradition is the American Legion Fair which returns to Millington’s USA Stadium this weekend, May 21-24, after a four-year hiatus.  This fair is different from those […]

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Ordinance would make city’s building codes uniform with county’s

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has passed an ordinance on first reading that would make the city’s building codes uniform with Shelby County’s. Board members took the action during their May 11 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Frankie Dakin and seconded by Alderman Hank Hawkins. The […]

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