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Monthly Archives: February 2013

A Post Valentine’s Day Analysis

By Cheri Thacker Dear Chief Money Maker, Since I plan to spend the rest of my life with you in spite of the2013 Valentine’s Day disaster, and although I appreciate your valiant efforts, I’m offering you some advice in regards to this Lover’s Day.  Please feel free to apply in years to come only if […]

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Arlington track athlete signs with David Lipscomb Univ.

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              Arlington High School, and head track coach Austin Selby are proud to announce that Brain Gentry has signed a national letter of intent to continue his track career at David Lipscomb University. Brian earned medals in the 400m dash and the 4 x 400m relay at the 2012 […]

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Arlington football signees

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      Four Arlington High School football players signed letters of intent Feb. 6, National Signing Day. Quarterback Drew Reed, who holds every passing record at AHS, signed with Lafayette College in Easton Pennsylvania. Record setting wide receiver Justin Boring, and standout defensive lineman Daxton Speer, both signed with Mississippi College. Tight end Cole […]

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Air Force Airman James R. Lowery

Air Force Airman James R. Lowery graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward […]

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Repeating history

By Brian Bloom Regional Manager One of my favorite Forrest Gump quotes is “stupid is as stupid does.” I found it fitting when I learned that the Ku Klux Klan proposed a downtown Memphis rally March 30 in retaliation of the cities’ removal of a marker at Forest Park. That marker memorialized former Klan grand […]

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Bartlett Boys fall in 14-AAA district tournament opener

Playing without the services of senior three-guard Deangelo Hall, Bartlett’s boys’ basketball team couldn’t keep up and dropped their tournament opener to Cordova 60-55 Friday night. Playing the Wolves on their home court was too much of an obstacle for the short-handed Panthers to overcome. Hall had averaged nearly 15 points per game against the […]

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On track for college

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          Bolton senior Unjala Lester was surprised by teammates and family when she officially signed her letter of intent to run track at Austin Peay University. Lester, daughter of Angela and Reginald Lester, is a past Tennessee state track participant in the 800 and 4×800 relay and was an all-region selection […]

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Bartlett public channel now on U-verse

  The City of Bartlett announced that public education and government (PEG) programming is now carried on AT&T U-verse® TV Channel 99 throughout all of Bartlett and Shelby County. “The introduction of this PEG channel is a real plus for Shelby County and I am pleased to see this kind of investment coming into the […]

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Explaining the Bartlett PD

By Amber Jenkins   The Bartlett Police Department operates under the stout creed of working tirelessly to keep the citizens of Bartlett and anyone passing through our fair town, safe. Plain and simple, the safety of the public they serve is their number one priority. The Bartlett PD is comprised of several units, each with […]

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Robinwood oficially opens its doors

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By Brian Bloom Regional Manager Management and staff of Robinwood Resort Lifestyle Community, located at 2795 Kirby Whitten Parkway in Bartlett, officially cut the ribbon Saturday on the 141-unit facility. Mayors Keith McDonald and Mark Luttrell were in attendance among more than 100 others, to tour the all-inclusive adult community which includes a postal center, […]

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