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SPORTS ALERT: Panthers outlast Trojans in slugfest, teams now focus on regular-season finales

By Thomas Sellers Jr. BARTLETT — The roller coaster rides of the Bartlett Panthers and Millington Trojans transformed the Bartlett Football Stadium into an amusement park Friday night. While the Trojans entered on an upswing after winning two games and locking up the Region 8-4A championship, the Panthers were at a level point still adjusting […]

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Dunham’s Sports locations looking to hire seasonal staff

Star Staff Reports TROY, Mich — Dunham’s Sports, one of the nation’s largest sporting goods chains, will be hiring part-time seasonal holiday help at all of their locations.  Part-time associates enjoy flexible hours, extra spending money, and a merchandise discount that will help with holiday shopping. Interested, enthusiastic sports-minded candidates can apply online at www.qhire.net/dunhamsholiday. […]

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What is the Value of Life?

By David Peel Injury and Death cases deal with damages that are far more than financial. What is pain worth? What is a scar worth? What is a life worth? Putting dollars figures on things that cannot be bought and sold is riddled with difficulties. For example, I once represented a lady who had sustained […]

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Shaq O'Neal was one of the big stars featured on the NBA on NBC in the early 1990s.

THE BEST SELLERS LIST- Sporty Spice: Some of the best themes of the 90s come from athletic realm

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The last era of great television themes was the 1990s. While there are a few gems in the 2000s and 2010s, the ’90s was a time for sounds that made a lasting impact. That decade was a blender of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. The 1990s featured classic instrumentals similar to […]

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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS ’18: By Hair Design- Chance occurrence helps Millington woman fight Breast Cancer

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Women over the age of 40 are encouraged to get a mammogram annually. Something that most women do a few times throughout the year helped detect Vanessa Greenwood-Fiene’s breast cancer. Once again Fiene made her trip up to the This Is It Salon at 80 Logan Drive No. B in Covington. […]

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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS ’18: Mammogram reveals shocking news for Cordova retiree

By Carolyn Bahm Ginny Brown of Cordova has made sure to have her annual mammograms faithfully. She does self-exams but, like many women, she finds it difficult to tell the difference between troubling lumps and normal variations in density of breast tissue. For her, mammograms are particularly important. Today, she’s very grateful she takes her […]

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Mary Esch of Bartlett, 85, is happy for her life to return to normal after her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS ’18: A postponed mammogram reveals 3 worrisome spots

By Carolyn Bahm Mary Esch of Bartlett, 85, had a close brush with a serious illness, but a routine health check was her saving grace. She skipped her mammogram last year because her gynecologist moved, and it was easy to let the routine health check slide. She debated skipping again this year because she’s 85 […]

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Driving legend Millican helps brings B.R.A.K.E.S. to Millington

The national free teen defensive driving program B.R.A.K.E.S. (Be Responsible And Keep Everyone Safe) will head to Memphis International Raceway on Saturday and Sunday, October 20-21. Sessions will be held from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Utilizing vehicles provided by Kia Motors, the B.R.A.K.E.S. program offers teens extensive behind-the-wheel instruction by […]

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Calendar of Events October 18, 2018

Early Voting 2018 Early voting starts Oct. 17 and continues through Oct. 30. All 27 sites around the county will open on the first day of early voting. Phillips emphasized that all sites are opening simultaneously because of the type of election. It is not the practice of SCEC to open all early voting sites […]

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Public Safety October 18, 2018

Arrests Oct. 3- 34-year-old Covington female charged with burglary; 31-year-old Millington female charged with failure to appear – non-payment of fines; 54-year-old Bartlett female charged with child abuse and child neglect or endangerment; 40-year-old Millington male charged with public intoxication; Oct. 4- 25-year-old Millington male charge with domestic assault; 49-year-old Millington male charged with failure […]

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