Archive | April 21, 2016

Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebel Taylor Beasley slides into second base safely during Game One of the doubleheader against St. Benedict Friday evening.

Lady Rebels play thrilling doubleheader against St. Benedict

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Two of the best teams in the Shelby-Metro area convene Friday at Lady Rebel Field for a pair of 5-inning games. The visiting St. Benedict Lady Eagles were ahead 6-5 in the fifth inning when Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebels sent eighth-grader Abby West to the plate with Katie Diggs standing on […]

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Trojans Aaron Peerey

Trojans’ great first inning comes in handy vs. JNS

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The District 15-2A match-up with the Jackson North Side Indians started off ideal for the Millington Trojans. Hosting the Indians April 12, the Trojans jumped out to a 6-0 lead before recording out. But from that point on, JNS outplayed and outscored Millington. The Trojans were victorious 6-2 and improved to […]

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Brighton TJ Klutts tag

Cardinals establish firm footing atop district

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Although the Brighton Baseball Field scoreboard read 7-1 in favor of the visiting Dyer County Choctaws, Brighton Cardinal Head Coach Michael Wickersham kept a positive attitude in his dugout. Cardinal starter Matthew Jacome kept his head up and his teammates listened to the preaching of their skipper throughout the first four […]

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TRA Baseball play at second

Errors and miscues lead to Bolton big innings, cool off hot Rebels

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels were flying high after a solid showing in the 2016 Eagle Classic. Brad Smith’s Rebels traveled to the tournament April 7-9 and took second place among some of the best baseball teams in the nation. Trying to ride that high in the following week, TRA experienced a […]

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James Echols

Trojan Soccer beats Bolton

The Millington Trojan Soccer ties Raleigh-Egypt 1-1 at USA Stadium last week. Then following day against old rivals the Bolton Wildcats, Millington won 1-0. Millington freshman Strange scored the only goal in the 1-0 win over Bolton. Echols tied the Raleigh-Egypt game with a goal.

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Munford Soccer Dalton

League Leaders

The Munford Cougars improved to 2-0 in District 13-3A play last Wednesday beating Dyer County 4-0. Dalton McCann (above) scored with teammate Caleb Brown assisting. The duo flipped flop on the next goal with Brown scoring and McCann assisting. Munford’s final two goals came courtesy of Nathan Smith and Danny Roach.

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Taste Percer and Boatwright

Celebrating 10 years of Taste of Millington

By Thomas Sellers Jr. What started 10 years ago in the Millington Civic Center Gymnasium has grown into a Flag City tradition still bringing out new faces. For the 10th year, the Taste of Millington presented by the Millington Rotary Club and Patriot Bank was held. Once again the venue hosting some of the best […]

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David Peel

Five months to live, so buy a house?

By David Peel Once upon a time there was a gentleman who was in relatively good health. He was just turning 50 and had made a very good living. Since he had a desk job he expected to work well into his 70s and thus had not planned much for retirement. One of his coworkers […]

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Good Eats Ledford

Three Kinds of Vitamin Supplements

By Thelma Ledford There are basically three kinds of vitamin supplements: The Test Tube or Synthetic; The Natural Isolate/Organic Extract; and The Natural/Unaltered Food Supplements. The body does not receive all nutritional supplements the same way; they are not created the same way, and they will not be received by the body equally. They must […]

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EdwardJones

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: A THEME FOR INVESTORS?

On April 22, we observe Earth Day. Like many people, you might participate in some activities to help the health of our planet. But you can also do some things to improve your personal investment environment. In fact, you might want to follow a key environmental theme: reduce, reuse, recycle. How can these elements be […]

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