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Calendar of Events July 26, 2018

Dance Night at The Baker Join the dancers every first and third Tuesday at Baker Community Center for Dance Night for ages 30 and up. Lessons start at 6 p.m. and the Dance at 7 on the first and third Tuesday of every month. There is a live bands for each event. Bring enough finger […]

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TRACKING WITH THOMAS: Signal Coming

Earlier this year, Millington announced a bid seeking a new span-wire traffic signal at the intersection of Nelson Road at Easley Street. As of last week, the new lights were hanging above the intersection as motorists still observed the four-way stop. The transition to a traffic light included improvements like installing traffic signal poles, traffic […]

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Military News: Stollings graduates Navy Recruit Training

Daren M. Stollings of Millington and a graduate of Millington Central High School, Class of 2015, recently graduated from the Navy Recruit Training Command at Great Lakes, Ill., on June 29. He is now stationed in Pensacola, Fla., where he is attending Navy Information Systems Technician Class “A” School for the next 24 weeks. His […]

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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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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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Local Church Expands Community Event

Star Staff Reports Each year in the month of July, you will find area churches and community organizations sponsoring events to provide school supplies and other items to help prepare Millington children to return to school the first week in August. Of course, this year is no different.  One local church, Emmanuel The Word Church, […]

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Calendar of Events July 12, 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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TRACKING WITH THOMAS; Senior Salute

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The members of the Millington Senior Citizens Club were in a patriotic mood the week prior to the Fourth of July. The Club’s normal Wednesday meeting was a chance to sport America’s colors of red, white and blue. The members enjoyed potluck lunch, music by Howard Michael of the Three Wise […]

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Former Journal West 10 Athlete of the Year goes pro: Royals draft local pitcher Bowlan

By Bill Sorrell When pro scouts began showing up at University of Memphis baseball games this spring, Jonathan Bowlan’s teammates gave him a hard time, calling him “a draft guy.” Taking the kidding in stride, Bowlan, a Bartlett native, would always answer, “We’ll see.” They did see on June 4, the first day of the […]

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