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Meth lab bust in Millington

Star Staff Reports Earlier today Indian Meadows had several homes evacuated because of suspicions of a meth lab. Residents living in the 4900 block of Saratoga in Millington were force to leave their houses after materials for making meth were found. Millington Public Safety Director Gary Graves was on the scene along with officers in […]

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Aliyah Williamson won two gold medals last month at the State Middle School meet in Clarksville.

Millington Middle Track, Williamson make history in Clarksville

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Millington Middle School and Aliyah Williamson are prominent members of the TMSAA Track history book. On May 21, the Stallion Track program led by Head Coach T. Taylor and assistant coaches Linda Miller, Jennifer Gallo and Dennis Alexander led seven athletes to the first State Middle Track Meet. “The Tennessee Middle […]

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Millington Track 200m

Miller’s Time

Millington Trojan junior Walter Miller brought home two medals from Murfreesboro Friday night. He participated in the Class A-AA 200m and 400m events. He took the silver medal in the 200m and finished fourth in the 400m. His time in the 400m was 50.43 with Stratford’s TreVon Sanders winning the event in a time of […]

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Robin Jacobs (center) with his coaches/daughters Emily Jacobs-Stewart and Caroline Jacobs

Coach guides and motivates his team to State Tournament and 30 wins

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Brighton Lady Cardinals made the trip to the 2016 Class 3A State Softball Tournament last week in Murfreesboro. The Lady Cardinals led by Head Coach Robin Jacobs played three games at the Murfreesboro Sports Complex & McKnight Fields. Last Tuesday, Brighton started the State Tournament taking on Stewarts Creek dropping […]

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Woodstock Kaylee Buckaroo Princess

2016 Woodstock Saddle Club Royalty

Woodstock Cuba Saddle Club was founded in 1961 and in the past years the members have voted on their Royalty which consists of Queen, Princess and Buckaroo Princess.   For the second year in a row, WCSC held a Royalty show for their Queen and Princess contestants while the Buckaroo princess was voted on by the […]

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EDU LaTesa Notice 6-2

#finishstrong

In honor of the last week of school, Millington Middle School Counselor LaTesa McLaughlin and colleagues prepared a motivation moment to finish strong.  “It’s in these moments as an educator that my heart jumps for joy,” McLaughlin said. “I am so privileged that I get to do what I get to do with so many […]

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David Peel

RENT VS. BUY?

By David Peel The common view is that you are not moving forward financially unless you are buying your home. “You are making someone else’s payments,” they’ll chide. They almost shame you for renting. Like most common beliefs, there is some truth to these sentiments. But, it is not necessarily true in all cases. For […]

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Otis Griffin pose

Better Than Store Bought

By Otis Griffin Things have changed just a little the last hun’ert years to say the least. One thing that is very important even today is the uncured desire for bread.  All rednecks have a secret addiction to hang a tooth on bread each and every meal.  Breakfast was always ‘catheads’ usually smothered with thickening […]

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Take Steps to Prevent Identity Theft

Identity theft is a big problem. How big? Consider this: In 2015, about 13 million Americans were victimized, with a total fraud amount of $15 billion, according to Javelin Strategy & Research. That’s a lot of victims, and a lot of money. How can you protect yourself from becoming a statistic? Here are a few […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety June 2, 2016

City Court Reports May 17, 2016 Fines Marcus R Boyd – 1473 Sandpiper Drive, Covington, driving while license suspended/revoked/cancelled, $350 fine plus cost, speeding, $50 fine plus cost Cherrie F Bynum – 4244 Carter Road, Millington, driving while license suspended/cancelled/revoked, $250 fine plus cost, violation of registration, $50 fine plus cost Christopher D Cater – […]

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