Archive | April, 2018

Commission approves Master Plan for city

By Bill Short The Millington Planning Commission has adopted a resolution that approves a proposed 20-Year Master Plan for the city. Commission members took the action during their April 16 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Vice Chairman Chuck Hurt Jr. and seconded by Curtis Park. The motion was passed by five affirmative […]

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MAC’s Student Art Show expands minds

By Thomas Sellers Jr. All forms of art from the bright minds of Millington students were on display in the Harvell Civic Center Saturday during the 2018 Millington Art Council’s Student Art Show. The creativity ranged from vocal talents to colorful paintings. From noon to 5 p.m., residents had a chance to listen to singing […]

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EA Harrold provides care package for real heroes

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Real superheroes do wear uniforms and have powers that amaze the young and young at heart. On April 16, a few of Millington’s superheroes assembled in the EA Harrold Cafeteria to receive a thank you and boxes filled with gratitude. In full uniforms, members of the Millington Police Department, Millington Fire […]

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Calendar of Events April 26, 2018

April 28 Millington Arts Recreation & Parks presents Bark in the Park April 28 at Lions Park located at 4376 Oak Springs Drive from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Join the Department for a day of doggie fun. There will be rescue groups out at the Park along with vendors set up selling dog related […]

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Giving Hart: Action revs up at Homer Skelton Ford on National Mustang Day

By Thomas Sellers Jr. For almost a decade, every major, significant and meaningful event in Millington has had the fingerprint of Homer Skelton Ford Millington on it. Most of the time a member of the staff or General Manager Randy Hart is present at fundraisers, galas, festivals or Millington Municipal School function. But last Tuesday […]

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Best Sellers’ List: the top 10 Tiger Basketball icons

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Editor’s Note: Journal West 10 Media is introducing a regular column from editor Thomas Sellers Jr., breaking down topics in Top 10 countdowns. Welcome to the Best Sellers’ List. Like most U.S. Americans, I love lists and rankings of the best and worst. People love to give their opinion on subjects […]

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Poplar Choice: History made for American Legion electing first woman Post Commander

Star Staff Reports The oldest American Legion Post in the state of Tennessee broke a 99-year tradition recently by electing a woman as Post Commander. Lolita Poplar was unanimously elected on April 14th to serve as post commander for the 2018-2019 year. Upon her election the Navy veteran had these words to say, “It is […]

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St. Mark Women’s Luncheon set for May 5

Star Staff Reports The St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church Women’s Ministry annual Women’s Luncheon is moving. The annual event will take place on May 5 at noon, at the Bartlett Station Municipal Center located at 5868 Stage Road in Bartlett.  And once again the special guest will be Kontji Anthony, Action News 5 anchor/reporter. Anthony […]

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Ripley and Lady Trojans go extra

By Thomas Sellers Jr. District 15-2A has a front runner in the Covington Lady Chargers. The two teams emerging closer and closer in their rear view mirror are the Ripley Lady Tigers and Millington Lady Trojans. Thursday night those two squads met in Flag City on the Lady Trojan Softball Field. And it was Ripley […]

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Brighton avenges earlier defeat to Munford

By Thomas Sellers Jr. When we last left the rivalry, the Munford Lady Cougars were celebrating at home plate of  the Munford Softball Field April 5 after senior Kelsey Frizzell crushed a game-winning homer. The 12-11 walk-off victory for the Lady Cougars set the table for the April 17 rematch with the Brighton Lady Cardinals […]

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