Archive | May 2, 2018

Five Musical Theatre Awards Nominations for Tipton-Rosemark Academy

Star Staff Reports Tipton-Rosemark Academy’s production of Guys & Dolls was awarded five nominations on April 23 as the Orpheum Theatre Group announced its annual High School Musical Theatre Awards nominations. Modeled after the Tony Awards, the awards recognize achievements in all areas of high school musical theatre in the Mid-South area and is a part […]

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Superintendent Search: School Board votes to use TSBA in search for new superintendent

By Bill Short The Millington School Board has voted unanimously to ask the Tennessee School Board Association to assist in its search for a new superintendent. Board members took the action during an April 19 special called meeting on a motion offered by Larry Jackson and seconded by Mark Coulter. Dr. David Roper, superintendent of […]

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Public Safety May 3, 2018

Arrests April 17- 39-year-old Millington male charged with aggravated assault; 42-year-old Memphis female charged with theft of property under $1,000; 26-year-old Millington male charged with revocation of suspension of sentence and failure to appear – criminal case; 56-year-old Millington male charged with aggravated assault; April 18- N/A April 19- 38-year-old Memphis male charged with lights […]

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Atoka Elementary School Receives $5,000 Grant: Lowe’s Donates Money For the Art Dept. 3D printer project

Star Staff Reports Atoka Elementary School has received a $5,000 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant for the Art Departments 3D printer project. We are thrilled to announce that Lowe’s has awarded the Atoka Elementary Art Department funding for the 3D Digital printer project. Our grant application was based on the goal of improving the learning […]

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Former Lady Cougar Duncan wins Martin Athlete of Year Award

Star Staff Reports MARTIN — The yearly University of Tennessee at Martin student-athlete awards were unveiled at the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center last month at the UTMy’s presented by Leaders Credit Union. Jodie Duncan (softball) was named the 2018 Bettye Giles Female Athlete of the Year while Hunter Richardson (golf) was voted as the […]

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Guardian Angel of 51: Millington crossing guard brightens spirits of students and motorists

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Navigating a motorized vehicle at the intersection of Highway 51 North and Cuba-Millington can be a challenge. Just imagine trying to get to school early in the morning by crossing the busy road. The pavement being crushed by cars, trucks and 18-wheelers. But there is a saving grace for the students […]

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Calendar of Events May 3, 2018

May 3 The City of Millington would like to invite you and your congregation to the Community Prayer Meeting on May 3 in observance of the National Day of Prayer. The event will be held on Thursday from 7–8 p.m. at Baker Community Center located at 7942 Church Street. For more information call 873-5770. May […]

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Chamber Happenings: 2018 MACC Golf Tournament

Star Staff Reports The 2018 Millington Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament was held at Glen Eagle Golf Course last month. It was a beautiful day for golf and networking. The Chamber staff, golf committee and Board of Directors would like to thank everyone for their participation and support with the golf tournament. Special Thank You to […]

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Cells’ Tower: Smartphones place dark shadow over certain jobs

The Buggles’ famous song repeated, “Video Killed the Radio Star.” Well, the cellphone has killed music stores, video rental places, the photo department, mapmakers and bookstores. And this double-edged sword is eyeing more things pre-Millennials used to enjoyed in our everyday lives. While somebody my age, 36, enjoys the luxuries of these smartphones, we do […]

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Dog Day of Spring

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Maria and Manuel Najera get in a few pictures with their Bully breed Rhino during last Saturday’s Bark in the Park hosted by the Millington Arts, Recreation & Parks Department in Lions Park. Their daughter Thalia, a fifth grader at Munford Elementary, had a chance to walk her dog Chiquita after […]

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