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Breast Cancer Awareness: Wolfchase Galleria teams up with Susan G. Komen to fight breast cancer

Special to the Star Wolfchase Galleria today announced its fall 2018 campaign in support of Susan G. Komen and the fight against breast cancer, a disease that kills more than 41,000 people in the U.S. each year. Wolfchase Galleria is owned and operated by Simon, a global leader in premier shopping, dining, entertainment, and mixed-use […]

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TRACKING WITH THOMAS: Clifton’s Caring Touch

Millington Municipal Schools’ grounds keeper Tommy Clifton Sr. whips around the MMS information sign on the grounds of Millington Middle School Friday morning cutting the grass. Clifton can be seen on his trademark mower at various Millington Municipal School locations including the football field. In addition to caring for the gridiron at Mooney Bosewell Field, […]

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Marlon Evans

Evans challenging Haley for School Board Position 2

By Bill Short Position 2 School Board member C. J. Haley, seeking her third term, is being challenged by Marlon Evans in the Nov. 6 Millington city elections. A 1983 graduate of Lakeside High School in Lake Village, Ark., Evans attended The University of Arkansas at Monticello from 1983-85. Currently employed as a Shelby County […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Train collides with car near Kerrville-Rosemark

SHELBY COUNTY — Authorities are on the scene of an accident at Renter and Kerrville Rosemark where a train and car collided. According to the the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, one person has been transported to the hospital in non-critical condition. Authorities warned drivers to select an alternate route if traveling in the area.

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Cody Childress

Childress unopposed for third term in School Board Position 4

By Bill Short Position 4 School Board member Cody Childress is unopposed for a third term in the Nov. 6 Millington city elections. A native of Memphis, he is a 1974 graduate of Frayser High School. He is a former resident of the Raleigh area in north Memphis and has lived in the Lucy area […]

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Kyle Gonzales

STAR NEWS BRIEFS: Former MHS student forces lockdown at Munford

Munford High School exercised a lockdown last week. Kyle Gonzales, 19, caused the lockdown when he walked onto the Munford High School campus Sept. 19. According to Tipton County Sheriff authorities, Gonzales said “he came to f*** the whole school up.” Gonzales, a former student at the school, was charged with burglary. Gonzales allegedly entered […]

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Earlier this month, Millington Police Officer Kerry Taylor was presented with the Beyond the Traffic Stop Award  at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Challenge.

Taylor presented with Traffic Stop Award

Star Staff Reports A Millington officer was recently presented with Beyond the Traffic Stop Award. Millington Police Officer Kerry Taylor was presented with the Beyond the Traffic Stop award on Sept. 7. Taylor was selected by Tennessee Governor Highway Safety Office  for this award. Taylor is a 10-year law enforcement veteran with the last two […]

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SPORTS ALERT: Pharaohs edge Trojans in the slop and mud

By Thomas Sellers Jr. MEMPHIS — The rain soaked turf of Raleigh-Egypt Stadium was mixed with sweat from both the host Pharaohs and visiting Millington Trojans. By the end of Friday night, Trojan tears got into the muddy mixture of the field with Raleigh-Egypt pulling out a 12-10 victory. “When you mix inexperienced guys in […]

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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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Navy visits MCHS campus with simulator & information

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Last December, America was greeted by the United States Navy’s new recruiting tagline of “Forged by the Sea.” After the Army-Navy football game debut, the Navy has been spreading the message of the bond formed by members of the military branch. One of the latest stops came in Millington on Sept. […]

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