Archive | December 17, 2015

David Peel

Delay in treatment

By David Peel As an injury lawyer, one of the common problems that occur in my cases is delay in treatment. There are two times where this tends to occur. Initially someone might be in a car accident and feel very tight but not necessarily in extraordinary pain. As a result, they tend to tell […]

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Time for Some New Year’s (Financial) Resolutions

The countdown to 2016 has just about begun. If you’re like many people, you might be mulling over some New Year’s resolutions, such as hitting the gym more, learning a new language or taking a cooking class. All are worthy goals, but why not add some financial resolutions as well? For example … … Pay […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety December 17, 2015

City Court Reports December 1, 2015 Fines Jade M. Arnett – 2912 North Watkins Street, Memphis, theft of property under 500, $500 fine plus cost Jade M. Arnett – 2912 North Watkins Street, Memphis, assault, $500 fine plus cost, resisting official detention, $500 fine plus cost, criminal trespass, $50 fine plus cost Timothy P. Dunn […]

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Obituaries December 17, 2015

MARY MARTHA STEELE Formerly of Millington,  Mrs. Mary Martha Steele died Sunday Nov. 29, 2015 in Somerset, NJ. Born in Phillipsburg,  NJ, she lived for most of her life in Millington before moving to Somerset 7 years ago. Mrs. Steele retired after a long career as a civilian employee for the US Navy. A devout […]

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Munford Band in NYC 12-17

Munford Band on the big stage in New York

The 2015 Holiday Season got a huge kickoff in Munford on Thanksgiving when the  Munford High School Marching Band “Munford Proud” performed at the 89th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City under the direction of Band Director Barry Trobaugh. Photo by Kevin McCormick/”

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Resolution proposes City Charter changes to be sent to Tennessee General Assembly

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen unanimously adopted a resolution this week proposing three City Charter amendments that will be sent to the Tennessee General Assembly. Board members took the action Monday night during their regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Thomas McGhee and seconded by Alderman Mike […]

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Shelby County Office of Preparedness Offers Training For Surviving Mass Shooting Events

Star Staff Reports The Shelby County Office of Preparedness is offering a free training course to prepare people for mass shootings similar to last week’s tragedy in San Bernardino, California. “That incident left 14 dead and more than 20 injured.  Events like that one could occur here and we want our citizens prepared,” said Dale […]

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Vickie Fee

After years of writing, former Millington resident & Star reporter lands book series deal

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Former Millington resident Vickie Fee has waited more than a decade to open this Christmas gift. But she’ll have to wait four days past December 25 before the release of her first published book A Liv and Di in Dixie Mystery: Death Crashes the Party. The Dec. 29 debut of Death […]

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