Archive | July 9, 2015

Bethany Berger is presented her 2015 Journal West 10 Media Female Athlete of the Year award by Sports Editor Thomas Sellers Jr.

Bethany Berger 2015 Journal West 10 Media Female Athlete of the Year

By Mac Trammell Journal West 10 Media awarded its first ever athlete of the year awards to a young man and lady who were exceptional competitors within the company’s coverage areas. Bethany Berger of Tipton-Rosemark Academy took the women’s award. The men’s award will be announced in next week’s paper. Berger, also the recipient of […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

Seeley Layne

Whitley & Layne named among best in Tennessee

Star Staff Reports Two area standouts were named to the Tennessee Sports Writers’ Association All-State Teams last week. Brighton junior pitcher/outfielder Seeley Layne was selected as part of the Class 3A All-State Team. Layne became the eighth Lady Cardinal to achieve the honor since 1999. Down the road at Tipton-Rosemark Academy, freshman Rachel Whitley was […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

Patrick Macon

’15 Who’s Who Part 2

Welcome back to the 2015 Who’s Who from The Genuine Article. This will also conclude the look back at the 2014-15 TSSAA Sports year. The Millington Star’s coverage area of Millington Central, Munford and Brighton high schools and Tipton-Rosemark Academy have enjoyed a lot of success. And some of the senior student/athletes have left an […]

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion, Sports0 Comments

Charlie Reed

Wake Up Millington!

By Charlie Reed I really don’t know how to start this letter but, a quote from an old Laurel and Hardy movie comes to mind, “Well if this isn’t another fine mess you’ve gotten us into!”  What I am referring to is what the Board of Mayor and Alderpersons did on June 9, 2015 when […]

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

David Peel

The Value of Money

By David Peel One of the most important lessons our children can learn is about money. I feel that I must teach them not to love money, but to be a good steward of it. And, many people feel money is evil. Money is amoral. In other words, it is an inanimate object, like a […]

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

Good Eats Ledford

Help! I’ve Been Changed

By Thelma Ledford What has happened to our good “cornflakes?” Cornflakes, one of the first processed box cereals, tasted like corn. They were delicious, but would get soggy. Those from the health food are not much better even though they are made from organic, whole grain. The fat has been left out, and they taste […]

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

Exchange Club Officers 7-2

Calendar of Events July 9, 2015

The Exchange Club of Millington installed its new Club Officers recently at Old Timers Restaurant. Exchange member Pat Anderson, did the installing ceremony of new club officers at the June 24, meeting. Pictured from left are Rene’ Jones (treasurer), Diane Tickle (secretary) Marilyn Loeffel  (president elect), Katrina Skerritt (president) and Jen Sullivan (immediate past president). […]

Read the full story

Posted in Community0 Comments

Aycock Park PERS 9_thumb

Millington Police capture park vandals

Star Staff Reports Recently, three Munford juveniles were taken into custody by the Millington Police Department and charged with vandalism they committed in a city park and an adjoining city neighborhood. The three teenage young men found themselves facing felony vandalism charges in Shelby County Juvenile Court after Millington Police detectives identified them thanks to […]

Read the full story

Posted in Education & Safety0 Comments

Public Safety

Public Safety July 9, 2015

City Court Reports June 30th, 2015 Fines Derek Hall – 6080 Port Harbor Drive, Millington, no drivers license on person, $25 fine plus cost, speeding, $50 fine plus cost Amber M. Childress – 4591 Waverly Farms Road, Millington, no drivers license on person, $25 fine plus cost, failure to yield/enter Highway, $50 fine plus cost […]

Read the full story

Posted in Education & Safety0 Comments

Freedom Fireworks 5

Millington skies stay dry long enough for fun, food and fireworks

By Thomas Sellers Jr. For days residents across the Mid-South marked 5 p.m., July 3 on their calendars for the 2015 Flag City Freedom Celebration at Millington’s Navy Lake. But that morning produced inches of rain. Then the afternoon had occasional shattered thunderstorms. So many were thinking the Millington event that annually honors America’s birthday […]

Read the full story

Posted in Community, News0 Comments

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Calendar

July 2015
S M T W T F S
« Jun   Aug »
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031