Archive | November 19, 2015

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

2016 ANNUAL AGENCY PLAN THE MILLINGTON HOUSING AUTHORITY Notice is hereby given to the residents of The Millington Housing Authority, the citizens of Millington, and all persons interested, that the housing authority is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and Section 511 of the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act […]

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Munford’s Jacob Sawyers signs with FHU Baseball

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Munford Cougar Baseball team celebrated another signing today with Jacob Sawyers inking a letter of intent to play at Freed-Hardeman University. Sawyers will join the Lions and play for veteran Head Coach Jonathan Estes. Estes was on hand at Munford High School for the signing ceremony today. Other coaches participating […]

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Munford’s Fulcher reaches goal, signs with dream school on National Signing Day

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The eyes of the baseball world were on the grass and dirt of TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., watching the Elite Eight of the NCAA this past June. With the field composed of Arkansas, Cal State Fullerton, Florida, LSU, TCU, Miami, Virginia and then defending champions Vanderbilt, one Tennessee teenager […]

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Lady Cougars’ latest Division I signee Sam Scott will call UT-Martin home

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Cali Overbeck, Sami Jo Schulz and Jodie Duncan make some room for Sam Scott. On National Signing Day 2015, Scott was joined by family and friends to ink her letter of intent to The University of Tennessee at Martin. With that signature, Scott became the latest in legendary Head Coach Glenn […]

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Tramaine Cooper

HOOPS PREVIEWS- In Good Health

By Thomas Sellers Jr. One bad break can change any season when it comes to sports. Last season, the Brighton Cardinals learned that lesson when standout freshman Taelyr Gatlin suffered a knee injury. His Dad Stan Gatlin’s first season as the leader of the Cardinals took a setback. But the elder Gatlin used the injury […]

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Johnna Jones

HOOPS PREVIEWS- Can the Lady Cougars reclaim the top spot in District 13-3A

By Thomas Sellers Jr. To get an idea for what Munford Lady Cougars Head Coach Steve Poindexter expects out of his 2015-16 team, just go to www.millington-news.com and search for the season previews of 2013 and 2014. Since the Lady Cougars achieved the best season in school history in 2012-13 with a Sub-State appearance, area […]

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Ally Naifeh

HOOPS PREVIEWS- TRA’s Fresh Start…Again

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Keith Cox Era began at Tipton-Rosemark Academy last year with marked improvement for the Lady Rebel program. Part of the success from the 2014-15 season featured key seniors like Bethany Berger and young players like Lauren Moody, Rachel Whitley and Mollie Word. But all the seniors and those underclassmen will […]

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Johnie Sanfratello

HOOPS PREVIEWS- Johnie on the Spot

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Calling all seniors! Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels Head Coach David Hunt enters year two with a roster loaded with upperclassmen. Hunt is ready to hand the controls on the floor to 12th graders Johnie Sanfratello, Ryan Duffy, Darien Weakley, AJ Hightower, Preston Trainor, Tino Garibay and Garrett Knight. “I do have some […]

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How Do You Kill a City?

By Charles P. Reed There are any number of ways to kill a city. There are natural disasters such as tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires or volcanic eruptions which can completely wipe out a city entirely, Waveland, Miss. These events usually come quickly and hopefully without any loss of life. Then there have been cities that […]

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David Peel

Driven to Distraction

By David Peel As an injury attorney, I see many accidents caused by distracted driving. Here are some of the biggest distractions: 1. Passengers.  Passengers are distracting, especially to teens who sometimes tend to look at their passengers as they talk.  Teen distraction by other occupants is the reason why they are limited under the […]

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