Archive | September 20, 2018

Pop’s Comfort Kitchen, a new member of the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce, held a ribbon cutting on Sept. 13. The restaurant is open daily at 2990 Kirby-Whitten Parkway, Suite 107, Bartlett (next to Kroger).

Pop’s Comfort Kitchen dishes out home cooking in Bartlett

By Carolyn Bahm If you miss home cooking but don’t feel like tying on an apron, you can always stop by Pop’s Comfort Kitchen in Bartlett for a generous plateful. Most main dishes are in the $8 to $13 range, and the daily specials feature such favorites as turkey and dressing, fried chicken livers, country […]

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D.L. Hughley speaks at the 72nd Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon in May 2013.

THE BEST SELLERS’ LIST- Laughing Matter: Ranking the best comics from film, TV and stage

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The winter blues are around the corner. When the leaves finally fall off the trees and the temperatures are near freezing, we will need things to pass the time. We’ll need to find avenue toward happiness and joy with the shorter days and cold rain. One of the best ways to […]

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The Season 2018: Snapshots Trojans vs. St. Benedict

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Cougars dominate the ground for victory over Wildcats

By Bill Sorrell ARLINGTON — Munford head football coach Nick Markle can’t read his team like a book. “You can never get a read on them. When I think they are ready to play, they are not. When I don’t think they are ready to play they usually are. They keep me on my toes. […]

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"The Test" Sarah Allyn Thornell returns a service with a volley against ECS last week in the ECS Gymnasium for the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebels.

Instant Classic: Lady Eagles display heart in comeback victory over TRA

By Thomas Sellers Jr. CORDOVA — The fifth and deciding set being tied four times and having three lead changes after the score was 12-11 was a synopsis of the night in the ECS Gymnasium. The visiting Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebels were moments away from victory jumping ahead 9-3 in the final set. But the […]

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MIDWAY REPORT: Rebels on hot streak winning three in row

Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels (3-2) After dropping their first two games of 2018 to Gibson County and Davidson Academy, the TRA Rebels are on a hot streak winning three games in a row. On Aug. 31, the winning streak began with a 62-12 beat down of Rossville Christian. TRA improved to 2-2 on the season on […]

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Obit Cheryl Bone 9-20

Community activist Bone passes away at 72

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Star Commentary For more than a decade, I would randomly get a call from community leader and activist Cheryl Bone. Once I picked up the phone at my desk, I knew an half hour to an hour would pass with Bone informing me about community events, local causes, upcoming charitable ventures […]

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Calendar of Events September 20, 2018

Sept. 20 The National Active & Retired Federal EmployeesAssociation, Chapter 1382 meeting will be held at noon, Thursday, Sept. 20 at Manila Filipino Restaurant, 7849 Rockford Road in Millington.  For more information, call Carolyn Cribbis at 413-7123. Sept. 21-22 F-Body Nationals will be held Sept. 21-22 at the Memphis International Raceway. We want to thank everyone that […]

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NEWS ALERT: Officers struck by car in Millington

On Monday morning, two Millington Police officers were rushed to the hospital after a hit and run. It was reported the incident happened around 6 a.m. at Veteran Parkway and Dakar Street near the railroad tracks. The driver reportedly kept going after striking the officers making a traffic stop. Later the motorist was detained by […]

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Public Safety September 20, 2018

Arrests Sept. 6– 40-year-old Memphis male charged with failure to appear – booking/processing and procedure to revoke suspension of sentence or probation; 21-year-old Memphis female charged with failure to appear – criminal case; 38-year-old Memphis male charged with failure to appear – violation/probation; 39-year-old Memphis male charged with failure to appear – violation/probation and theft […]

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