Archive | June 23, 2016

Cordova Teen Missing

BREAKING NEWS: 15-year-old missing from Cordova

TYPE OF ALERT: Endangered Runaway Child DATE: 06-20-16 TIME: 0500hrs. LOCATION: 2300 block Oak Springs Dr. NAME: Jennifer Voyles ADDRESS: 2300 block Oak Springs Dr. NARRATIVE: The victim ran away from home after being discipline. She has been diagnosed with a mental condition and is currently on medication. She also suffers with depression. VICTIM DESCRIPTION: […]

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2016 Food April Simpson Peanut Butter Cake

Best in Food 2016

By Thomas Sellers Jr. I love food might be an understatement for June. There is Father’s Day, multiple birthdays and a few barbecues I typically partake in during the sixth month of the year. I should be resting after a long TSSAA sports, years of concession stands, hospitality rooms and surprise treats. From August to […]

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Tennessee 4-H Air Rifle Shooting Team clinches State, National Qualifer and Advances to National Championships

Star Staff Reports Tennessee’s 4-H Air Rifle Shooting Team, comprised of two teens from Shelby County including the top scorer, has earned a competitive spot in the 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships, June 26-July 1, 2016 at Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Neb.  The team consists of No. 1 scorer David Crenshaw, 16 […]

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Spring Stars of the Season

2016 Spring Sports Stars of the Season

Boys’ Soccer Star of the Season Ethan Dupree The Millington Trojan senior was all over the field in 2016. He even had a hat trick in the opening game. He was among the leaders in assists for the Trojans and was a key defensive player on the opposing team’s best scorer. Among the Stars: Dalton […]

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Calendar of Events June 23, 2016

Each year E.A. Harrold students decide how many books they are going to attempt to read during the school year. This year’s goal was set at 15,000 books cumulatively among all grade levels with the theme “Blast Off to Reading!” On Tuesday, May 17, the entire school celebrated surpassing this goal by reading, 20,933 books! […]

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Public Safety

Public Safety June 23, 2016

City Court Reports June 14, 2016 Fines Robert C Beanblossom – 7824 U. S. Highway 51 North, Millington, possession of a controlled substance, $250 fine plus cost, no driver’s on person, $50 fine plus cost, failure to provide proof of insurance, $50 fine no cost, speeding, $50 fine plus cost Williams J Burlison – 129 […]

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Gen Xers Must Juggle Both Money and Time

If you’re an older member of Generation X – that is, if you were born in the early- to-mid-1960s – you may have a lot of “balls in the air.” You are saving for your own retirement – which might not be that far away – while at the same time possibly wanting to help pay […]

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Otis Griffin pose

Gardening is no fun

By Otis Griffin Although it may seem like centuries ago it hasn’t been that long that folks would work hard and grow their own vegetables in an area called a garden.  Tranquility, peacefulness, sereneness are experienced while working by your lonesome offering the time to meditate and set your thoughts straight. Observing the fruitfulness as […]

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David Peel

The Whole Story

By David Peel One of the things that needs to be taught is a healthy skepticism about what one sees and hears to be true.  What someone else has heard is not true just because someone trustworthy repeats it. We often fall in the trap of assuming the truth of the assertions someone makes with […]

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Good Eats Ledford

Alternative Health Care

By Thelma Ledford We will begin to discuss other ways to gain and maintain health without having to use pharmaceutical drugs. Alternative methods are not new to me. This is what I have been doing for over forty-eight years. It is not some off-the-wall approach. It does not mean that one should completely avoid the […]

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