Archive | November 19, 2015

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Old Motoring Skills

By Otis Griffin One of the most amazing accomplishments in my lifetime has been the changes in our mode of transportation.  As everything else delving back in time the evolution occurred so slowly you never could put your finger on it. Upon entering the fabulous world I was toted in my sweet Momma’s arms just […]

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Holiday Spending- Can Help Teach Children About Money

During this holiday season, you’ll likely be spending money, in various amounts and in various ways. And you can use this experience to teach your children about money management. Here are a few ideas for doing just that: Stick to a budget. Tell your children you’ve set aside a certain amount of money for gifts […]

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Public Safety November 19, 2015

Fire Reports Passenger vehicle fire Oct. 30 – U.S. Highway 51 North and Bill Knight Hazardous condition, other Oct. 30 – 4900 Bland Avenue Motor vehicle accident with injuries Oct. 29 – 8253 U. S. Highway 51 North Nov. 2 – 3820 Micro Drive Nov. 3 – Wilkinsville Road Nov. 4 – U.S. Highway 51 […]

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Northridge Woodhaven Funeral Home Brings Warmth and Joy to Millington

Star Staff Reports Northridge Woodhaven Funeral Home hosted a Community Coat Drive from Sept. 1 through Nov. 1. Due to your generosity, some fortunate Millington area children and adults will be much warmer this winter season. “Serving with comfort and warmth is what our firm does on a daily basis,” says Will Terry, Manager of […]

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Calendar of Events November 19, 2015

Members of the Tipton County Commission on Aging Line Dancers & Tappers performed at a recent monthly “Young at Heart” luncheon at Clopton United Methodist Church in Brighton.  The church senior group thoroughly enjoyed the lively and fun entertainment. Month of November Winter basketball is back at the Millington Family YMCA. Practice days and times […]

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Board establishes policy for disposal of surplus city property not real estate

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen has adopted a resolution that establishes a policy for disposal of surplus city property that is not real estate. Board members took the action during their Nov. 9 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Thomas McGhee and seconded by Alderman Hank Hawkins. […]

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Shamblin named TAEA Middle Level Art Educator of the Year

Star Staff Reports Kimberly Shamblin has been named 2015-16 TAEA Middle Level Art Educator of the Yearby Tennessee Art Education Association. Shamblin is an art teacher who is passionate about her students and about art education. She taught elementary art for Shelby County Schools for eighteen years, and has been an art educator at Millington […]

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Dear Public, The people of Millington and surrounding community made the “Combat Veterans” of Post 7175 very proud to be a part of such an awesome group of Americans. The Parade route was crowded with caring people, beautiful children (our future) which proved to us that we are appreciated. Your presence at our Post, the […]

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