Archive | July, 2018

Ordinance would list crematories as permitted uses in B-2 districts

By Bill Short The Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed an ordinance on first reading last week that would list crematories as permitted uses in B-2 zoning districts. Board members took the action during their July 9 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Thomas McGhee and seconded by Alderman Mike Caruthers. […]

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Calendar of Events July 19, 2018

Millington Recreation Signups Registration has started for our upcoming Millington Arts, Recreation and Parks adult Co-ed Softball and Kickball leagues. You can register online at www.millingtontn.gov. The deadline to sign up and pay your fees is Friday, July 20 at noon. Softball will be played on some combination of Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights starting […]

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Grizzlies youth camp hits Millington, coming to Bartlett and Collierville

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Nearly two dozen boys and girls logged 28 hours of basketball instructions last week in the William Osteen Gymnasium on the campus of Millington Central High School. For Grizzlies Youth Basketball instructors Steven McElroy and Finoy Perkins, it was the latest stop on a summer tour across the Mid-South. McElroy noted […]

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Fabric of Millington: Native daughter celebrates year of Bless Her Heart Boutique

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Editor’s note: Features about Shelby County businesses appear weekly in all four of the Journal West 10 newspapers in Shelby County. We also welcome your suggestions on who to feature next; email ideas to The Millington Star editor Thomas Sellers Jr. at thomas.sellers@journalinc.com. Amy Ingram remembers the days of Downtown Millington […]

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BEST SELLERS’ LIST- Neon ’90s: Ranking the most influential parts of the glowing decade

By Thomas Sellers Jr. I just missed out on being a Millennial. Since I am not a part of Generation Y, that means I am a Generation X baby. Remember Gen-X was supposed to be the doom of this planet and end the world. Now those phrases are being applied to the Millennials. But before […]

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Obituaries July 19, 2018

DOROTHY ANN BRASFIELD Dorothy Ann Brasfield, 74, of Millington, passed away on Friday, July 6, 2018 at  Methodist University Hospital of Memphis. Services were held July 12 at Northridge Woodhaven Funeral Home in Millington. Northridge Woodhaven had charge. MARTHA CAROL BROOM Martha Carol Broom, 75, of Munford, passed away July 2, 2018. Visitation was held […]

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Griffin begins as next superintendent after School Board approves contract

By Bill Short James “Bo” Griffin began this week as the next superintendent of Millington Municipal Schools after the School Board unanimously approved a contract to employ him. Board members took the action during their July 2 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Barbara Halliburton and seconded by Chris Denson. Griffin, former principal […]

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Public Safety July 12, 2018

Arrests June 27- 26-year-old Memphis female charged with theft of property under $1,000; June 28- 30-year-old Memphis male charged with domestic assault; 30-year-old male charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication; 34-year-old Millington male charged with aggravated assault; June 29- 27-year-old Memphis male charged with failure to appear – non-payment of fines; 28-year-old Memphis male […]

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Obituaries July 12, 2018

JIMMIE HARRIS JR. Elder Jimmie Harris, Jr., 83, of Millington, died June 30, 2018 at Methodist Hospital North in Memphis. Funeral Service for Elder Harris was held July 7 at Rosemark Church Of God In Christ, located at 8815 Millington Arlington Road, Millington, TN 38053. Jefferson Mortuary had charge. MARTHA NEE JOHNSON Martha Nee Johnson, […]

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Millington Woman Honored for Raising Awareness for Mitochondrial Disease

Star Staff Reports NASHVILLE — At its annual international mitochondrial disease symposium, Mitochondrial Medicine 2018, the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation recognized several individuals for their efforts to spread awareness about mitochondrial disease.  Among the honorees was Angie Nunn of Millington. Nunn was was honored with the 2018 UMDF Energy Award which is designed to recognize an […]

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