Archive | May, 2018

2018 Graduation: Highlighting the Class of 2018 at TRA

Star Staff Reports 2018 Tipton-Rosemark Academy Distinguished Scholars, the school’s highest graduation honor, are front row from left Lauren Caradine, Brittany Hall, Ashlynn Hinshaw, Sydney Pilkington; and back row Donald Crowe, Mason O’Brien, Bethany Crane, Kallie Alexander, Adam Depperschmidt and David Jacobs. In addition, the¬†senior class honored their late classmate Lauren Moody forming an LM […]

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2018 Graduation Profile: Millington graduate leaves her mark and impression

By Thomas Sellers Jr. One of the most familiar faces around Millington Central High School this past year will be heading off to Wilmington College in Ohio on Aug. 14. Although Savannah Manson made her presence felt and used her time wisely at MCHS, she received very little fanfare. But the daughter of Lori and […]

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Baker announced resignation from MACC

Star Staff Reports The Millington Area Chamber of Commerce announced last Thursday the upcoming departure of Dianne Baker. “It is with much forethought and sadness that Dianne Baker has tendered her resignation as Executive Director of the Millington Area Chamber of Commerce,”  2018 Chairman of the Board R. Glynn Williford said. “Her final day is […]

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Seasoned in Mississippi, Sarah Lee brings cooking to Shelby County

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Mothers’ Day 2018 was a good day of business for Sarah Lee. As several people brought the special lady in their lives for a lunch and dinner at Sarah Lee’s Southern Cooking located at 6646 Highway 51 Suite 1, Lee had a chance to chat and interact with the guests of […]

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Affordable Health Screenings Coming to Millington

Star Staff Reports Residents living in and around the Millington can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening.  St  William Catholic Church will host this community event on 5/30/2018.  The site is located at 4932 Easley Avenue in Millington. Screenings can […]

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BEST SELLERS’ LIST: You’re a cheap one, Mr. Grinch

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Some of you reading this just dropped a nice amount of ducats on a recent graduate. You made sure to place a little cash in that greeting card to let him or her know how much you care. Caring seems to cost a lot of money in U.S. America. We spend […]

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Tigers win rain-delayed Babe Howard Classic

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The University Tennessee at Martin baseball squad dropped a 10-0 decision to the Memphis Tigers out of the American Athletic Conference. The seven-inning game was played as a part of the Babe Howard Classic at USA Stadium which was beset by a 90-minute rain delay. UT Martin (11-38) was led by […]

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Memorable Flight: Cardinals see record-breaking season come to an early end

By Thomas Sellers Jr. It was supposed end in Murfreesboro on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University. Maybe the 2018 season was supposed to conclude Friday in Brighton, Collierville or Germantown. But the Brighton Cardinals’ record-setting campaign wasn’t supposed to stop Regional Monday Night. The Arlington Tigers traveled to Tipton County to take on […]

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Back to the Boro: Lady Rebels sweep King’s Academy to reach State

By Thomas Sellers Jr. For the first time since 2014, the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebels are heading back to Murfreesboro. With a 5-3 and 4-2 sweep of The King’s Academy Lady Lions, TRA earned a spot in the final four of the Division II-A State Softball Tournament beginning May 22. “I’m super excited right now,” […]

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Putting the ‘One’ in 2018

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The 108th Commencement of Millington Central High School took place under wet conditions. But the rain couldn’t damp the spirits of the Class of 2018 on the turf of Mooney Boswell Field on the campus of MCHS. Millington Principal Dr. Clint Durley noted that the Class of 2018 deserved to have […]

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