Archive | August 2, 2018

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Cheer & Crush: New youth football-cheer program looking to bring the 901 together

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The dragonflies swarmed the football field at Orgill Park late last Monday evening. Used to having control of the territory, the dragonflies slowly became outnumbered by the members of the Tipton County Crush Football Organization. It was time for the first official day of fall practice for the newest member of […]

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Robert Hale

Southeast Financial Credit Union appoints new committee member

Star Staff Reports FRANKLIN — Southeast Financial Credit Union is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Hale to its Audit Committee. Hale is a 19-year employee of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) and has worked in both the technology services and auditing divisions. Hale was appointed to the committee at the Credit Union’s annual […]

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Thomas Stevens is dedicated to expanding his Bartlett-based business and serving more internet customers in Millington and Collierville.

DAILY FIBER: Premier Internet bringing services to Millington

By Thomas Sellers Jr. KNOW YOUR BIZ Some companies try to make a big splash when introducing themselves to the public. Others have to settle for a simple debut. But in this case, the newest Internet provider coming to Millington is making a Premier. Starting off in 2003, Premier’s beginnings were focused on doing fulfillment […]

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David Peel

Insurance offers to settle

By David Peel Many times a client will be offered something by an insurance company prior to hiring me. The other day I met with a new client who had been offered $1000.00 pain and suffering for an accident that happened only about six days before. The client was still hurting and had not even […]

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Back in 2016 Donald Trump addresses a pack crowd at the Millington Memphis Airport as the longshot candidate for the Republican nomination. In an upset, Trump won the 2016 Presidential election.

THE BEST SELLERS’ LIST- Not-so-perfect 10s: Ranking the biggest moments of this decade … so far

By Thomas Sellers Jr. When the 2010s began, the hunt was still on for the mastermind behind the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil, Osama bin Laden. And when the elite U.S. Navy SEALs of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group eliminated bin Laden in Pakistan on May 2, 2011, it would be hard […]

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AOY Savanna Owens and parents

‘S’ is for Super: Briarcrest’s Savanna Owens named second JW10 Female Athlete of the Year

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The letter “S” is common in the Owens’ household: Father Spencer, mother Sonja, younger daughter Shelbi and big sister Savanna. Savanna, a 2018 graduate of Briarcrest Christian School, has given the letter “S” a workout from all her accomplishments as a student athlete. Some of the superlatives to describe her basketball […]

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TRA Rebel Mac Fullen looks for running room during a 2017 contest.

2018 Area Football Schedules

2018 Arlington Tigers Schedule Aug. 17 vs. Raleigh-Egypt Aug. 24 vs. St. George’s Aug. 31 vs. Houston Sept. 7 @ Southwind Sept. 14 @ White Station Sept. 21 vs. Liberty Sept. 28 @ Bartlett Oct. 5 @ Evangelical Christian Oct. 19 @ Cordova Oct. 26 vs. Collierville 2018 Bartlett Panthers Schedule Aug. 17 vs. Memphis […]

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Obituaries August 2, 2018

JOHN T. BOYLAND John T. Boyland 81, passed away July 24, 2018. Service is set for Thursday, Aug. 2, with viewing 10-10:55 a.m. all at Jefferson Mortuary Chapel located at 7788 Church Street in Millington, TN 38053, service to began at 11:00 a.m. Interment in West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery 4000 Forest Hill  Irene Road, Memphis, […]

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Tracking with Thomas Munford Band

Tracking with Thomas: Coming Up Roses

The nationally recognized Munford High School Band has been offered the opportunity to participate in the Tournament of Roses Parade to be held on Jan. 1, 2019, in Pasadena, California. Last week the annual Munford Band Camp was held on the campus transforming the parking lot into football field giving the members a chance to […]

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Becoming Trojan Strong: Millington Football spends three days at First Baptist preparing for 2018

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Millington Trojans spending part of the summer at the Millington First Baptist Church is a nearly decade tradition. But the 2018 Trojan FCA Football Camp sponsored by the staff of First Baptist had a twist. Millington Head Coach Chris Michael and staff had to adjust to new TSSAA rules in […]

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