Archive | May 12, 2016

Good Eats Ledford

Who is right about fats?

By Thelma Ledford I have had to stand alone for many years with the things I have learned. Maybe I am one of the revolutionaries of today. Over forty-eight years ago in my first book about nutrition I read that the nutritionist of today would be the doctor of tomorrow. Is it coming to pass? […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety May 12, 2016

Fire Reports Extrication of victim(s)from vehicle April 21 – 7979 U. S. Highway 51 North Motor vehicle accident without injuries April 21 – U.S, Highway 51 North and Micro Drive Emergency medical assistance April 21 – 3000 block of Micro Drive; 9000 block of Quito Road; 4000 block Ellen Street April 22 – 4000 block […]

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Here’s How to Keep Your Portfolio Healthy

If you have a medical appointment this week, you might want to wish your nurse a happy National Nurses Week. This annual event is designed to celebrate the important role nurses play in health care. Of course, while nurses and doctors can help you in many ways, you can do a lot of good for […]

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Calendar of Events May 12, 2016

The weekly meeting of the Millington Senior Citizens’ Club at the Millington Baker Community May 4, the members celebrated Cinco de Mayo. With food, music and clothing, some of the members had a festive time. Some dressing the part were Annie DePoorter, Carol Pavy and Marilyn Johnson sported sombreros and authentic Mexican wear. The Club […]

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Rosemark Grant

Rosemark Receives $14,500 Grant

Star Staff Reports USDA Rural Development State Director Bobby Goode recently awarded Historic Archives of Rosemark and Environs, Inc. with Rural Development funding which will be used to assist with marketing A Country Fair at Rosemark, an event with numerous local business participants. “Small, local businesses are the engines of a rural community,” Goode said. […]

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Gary Graves

Board appoints fire chief director of Public Safety

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen appointed Fire Chief Gary Graves this week to serve as director of a new Department of Public Safety. Board members took the action Monday night during their regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Frankie Dakin and seconded by Alderman Thomas McGhee. The […]

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Hard work and encouragement help Brittany Wright become 2016 MCHS Salutatorian

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Cadet, actress, honor student and animal enthusiast are just some of the titles on Brittany Wright’s Millington Central High School resume’. Wright’s latest addition to her high school list of success is 2016 MCHS Co-Salutatorian. Along side her fellow Salutatorian Ashton Smith and 2016 MCHS Valedictorian Chelsea Landis, Wright will share […]

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Millington Municipal Schools is requesting bids for a new Utility Van. Information on the specifications and requirements can be found at Look for Bid number 2016-1. Bids will close on May 26, 2016.

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Water Report

The City of Millington Water Department will produce the “CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT” to help you have a better understanding of how your drinking water is produced. This report will be printed in THE MILLINGTON STAR on May 19th. The CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT will not be mailed to customers, but will be available to anyone upon […]

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