Archive | August, 2015

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Your Credit Score

By David Peel Having a good credit score can help you in many ways. You probably already know that if you’re applying for a credit card or trying to purchase a home or car, lenders assess the risk they’re taking by loaning you the money using your credit score. Essentially, the better risk you are […]

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Dear MCHS Senior Parents

MCHS Senior Parents, We have an exciting year ahead of us! Your Senior will be making choices and plans regarding his or her post-graduation life all throughout this school year. Therefore, this will be a very busy year for them and much will be required. Beginning next week, I will give each student their copy […]

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Calendar of Events August 27, 2015

Pictured above are the members and guests of the River City Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution who attended the fall workshop in Jackson.  They are from left guest, Amy Nora, Carolyn Stricklin, Chapter Regent, Paula Raines, Nancy Foshee, Teresa Ross, Jackie Garner, Guest, Betty Nora, Carolyn Sinquefield, Marjorie Green, Ann Holzemer ,Patty Naumann, Marge […]

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Public Safety August 27, 2015

Arrest Aug. 14 – 24 year old Bartlett male charged with domestic assault; 29 year old Memphis male charged with forgery, criminal intent Aug. 15 – 23 year old Covington male charged with driving under the influence of intoxicant; 49 year old Millington male charged with lights required on motor vehicle, driving while license suspended/cancelled/revokes […]

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Hall of Fame Performance

By Thomas Sellers Jr. What better place to play some of your best baseball than Cooperstown, N.Y.? Home of the Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown is also the host of the American Youth Hall of Fame Invitational. Recently the Memphis Tigers traveled up to New York to compete in a field of 104 teams. The […]

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Board postpones action on proposal to privatize city’s sanitation service

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has voted unanimously to postpone action on a proposal to privatize the city’s residential sanitation service. Board members took the action during their Aug. 10 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Thomas McGhee and seconded by Alderman Mike Caruthers. The board had […]

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Kiwanis Welcome to Season 8-27

Welcome In

Members of the Millington Kiwanis Club greeted and tore tickets Friday night underneath the new MCHS Trojans sign at Millington Football Stadium. The Millington Trojans kicked off the 2015 season with a 41-12 victory over the Bolton Wildcats (see Sports for more information on the game). Kiwanis has been performing tasks at the ticket gate […]

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) The Aging Commission of the Mid-South, the area agency on aging and disability (AAAD), for PSA 9 which includes the City of Memphis, and Fayette, Lauderdale, Shelby and Tipton Counties in West Tennessee is soliciting proposals from public, private, non-profit and profit-making organizations to provide transportation services to older adults and […]

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2015 Gridiron Glory coming to newsstands

Coming to newsstands this week is the 2015 Gridiron Glory: No Laughing Matter. Gridiron Glory is the Journal West 10 Media’s annual look into the Shelby-Metro area football. Inside this year’s edition — features on Tipton-Rosemark Academy QB AJ Hightower, Munford signal caller Jacob Ross, Brighton’s double threat Zach Camp and Millington’s Eldon Tyms and […]

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BREAKING NEWS: TBI investigating missing money at Millington Police Department

Star Staff Reports News came out of Nashville Monday that the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has opened an investigation into the Millington Police Department after money went missing from the evidence room last week. TBI agents were contacted by Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich to investigate a complaint of missing money which had been […]

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