Archive | October 4, 2018

USA Automotive

In the Name: USA Automotive opens to the public for car repairs and services

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Millington has been the home of USA Stadium for more than 30 years. Now Flag City is the place to find USA Automotive. The automotive and repair facility recently set up shop just a few feet away from the historic baseball venue. Now those affiliated with USA Automotive hope to have […]

Read the full story

Posted in Business0 Comments

Shelby County badge

Officers injured in Millington bar brawl

Star Staff Reports Officers were sent to the hospital in Memphis over the weekend after incident at a local bar in the Millington area. According to officers on the scene, Dustin Oliver allegedly caused a scene at the Shake Rag Bar and sent several officers to the hospital with injuries. Oliver was charged with several […]

Read the full story

Posted in Education & Safety0 Comments

Speaking that morning was Millington Municipal Schools Superintendent Bo Griffin about his road to success and the importance of education.

In the Middle of Things: Superintendent, YMCA and community leaders come together to enrich MMS students

By Thomas Sellers Jr. In less than two months, Millington Municipal Schools Superintendent Bo Griffin has become a familiar face around Millington Middle School. As students greeted him by name Friday morning, another role model arrived to a similar response. Millington Family YMCA’s Daniel Burnett has been a fixture around the middle school with the […]

Read the full story

Posted in Education & Safety0 Comments

“The Jeffersons” was the longest running sitcom to feature a predominantly African-American cast. It ran from 1975 to 1985.

THE BEST SELLERS’ LIST- Those 70’s Shows: TV theme songs reach new levels, ranking the best sounds of the era

By Thomas Sellers Jr. As each week in this series progresses, it will be tougher to rank and mention all the shows with outstanding theme songs. Let’s breakdown the 1970s. About four decades ago, television started to grow with the three major networks of ABC, CBS and NBC creating great content. Throw in some PBS, […]

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

David Peel

Medical bills from a car accident

By David Peel Once you’re home from the hospital after a car accident, not only are your household bills still coming in, but now the medical bills begin to pile up. Ambulance, hospital, ER physician, radiologist, pathology and even doctors you are not sure what they did. The bills pile up and panic does too. […]

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

Soccer No. 7 on ball

Fayette-Ware draws first blood with soccer win in Millington

With a home playoff game on the line last week, the Fayette-Ware Lady Wildcats made the trip to USA Stadium in Millington to take on the Lady Trojans. The Lady Wildcats used a steady attack and neutralized Lady Trojans strikers Destiny Jones and Micaiah Halliburton. Fayette-Ware got goals from Cecilia Hunter, Kaylee Moody, Jada Lurry, […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

Volleyball Haley Atkins spike

Champions’ Heart

On Oct. 2 & 3, Millington Central High School’s William Osteen Gymnasium played host to the 2018 District 15-2A Volleyball Tournament. The host Millington Lady Trojans entered as the defending champs and No. 3 seed. The No. 1 team from the regular season was the Covington Lady Chargers. The Lady Chargers wrapped up the regular […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

2018 Tate Kolwyck AOY

Arlington’s Kolwyck wins Journal West 10 Media Athlete of the Year

By Thomas Sellers Jr. It was a busy summer for 2018 Arlington High School graduate Tate Kolwyck. Between picking up various awards and honors like the Journal West 10 Media Male Athlete of the Year, the former two-sports standout is now calling Nashville home at his dream school of Vanderbilt University. It was a few […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

Jones Orchard Zombie

Maze of Mystery opens in Millington this weekend

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Halloween tradition of Millington and the Mid-South is a labor of love. Jones Orchard co-owner Henry Jones said the corn and haunted mazes begin to come to life in November of the previous year. The almost year of planning, mowing, cutting, building and organizing will debut Friday at 6880 Singleton […]

Read the full story

Posted in Community0 Comments

Public Safety

Public Safety October 4, 2018

Arrests Sept. 19- N/A Sept. 20- 47-year-old Memphis female charged with failure to appear – non-payment of fines; Sept. 21- 44-year-old Memphis male charged with burglary; 41-year-old Millington male charged with simple possession or casual exchange; Sept. 22- 48-year-old Memphis male charged with failure to appear – non-payment of fines; 27-year-old Memphis female charged with […]

Read the full story

Posted in Education & Safety0 Comments

Calendar

October 2018
S M T W T F S
« Sep   Nov »
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031  
fakeyeezysforsale