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Monthly Archives: March 2013

Legal notice 1

  City of Bartlett PUBLIC HEARING The Board of Zoning Appeals will meet in the Assembly Chamber at Bartlett City Hall on Thursday, April 18th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. for a meeting to consider the following request:   Leonard and Elaine Bockhold, 2485 Doe Run, owners, are requesting a variance from Article VI, Section 19, […]

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Soccer squad beats St. Benedict 3-1

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Bartlett got two scores from Chance Thomas and another from freshman Devine Malone to smack St. Benedict 3-1 Thursday. The Panthers took a 2-1 lead after one half and got two more in the second. Emmanuel Barrientos and Jacob Grissom both worked the goal for the Panthers who knotted their record at 1-1.

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Bartlett woman’s finger bitten off

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By Kim Steele Bartlett Express Editor   A Bartlett woman lost the top of her right ring finger recently when a shouting match escalated into a fight and another woman bit it off above the first knuckle. “I bit it off. O-F-F, off,” said Cynthia Johnson, 44, according to an affidavit by the Bartlett Police […]

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Library to host annual book sale April 19 & 20

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By Kim Steele Bartlett Express Editor Just ask Carol Huff about the upcoming Friends of the Bartlett Library Annual Book Sale. Huff, who is chairman of the sale, knows it inside and out. After all, she became a member of the Friends a year before the first sale, which sold about 3,500 books and brought […]

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Murder victim has Bartlett ties

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By Kim Steele Bartlett Express Editor   The comments on Grace Celebration Lutheran Church’s Facebook page are a vivid reminder of how much Aaron Vasquez meant to the Cordova church’s members. “His love for life was contagious! His spirit will live on through his friends … who will miss him so much!” wrote Susan Holliday. […]

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Correction

The Bartlett Express incorrectly listed the date of the annual Bartlett Parks and Recreation Children’s Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Basket Decorating Contest. Also, the Bartlett Express incorrectly announced a spaghetti supper benefiting the March of Dimes from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 29. There is no spaghetti supper this year. The correct information […]

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Rashawn Whitaker and Roderick Petty ink letters of intent

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Rashawn Whitaker and Roderick Petty of Arlington High School, have both signed a national letter of intent to continue their football career at the University of Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky.  Rashawn, a cornerback, is a member of the All-Metro Best of Preps team, the Liberty Bowl All Star team, and 1st team All-District. He will […]

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The St. Benedict Bowling Teams proudly hoist their state trophies

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The St. Benedict Bowling Teams proudly hoist their state trophies at half-time of the final home basketball game after the boys captured their second Division II State Championship in a row and the girls came in as State runners-up for the second year and for the 11th consecutive year of reaching the final match. The […]

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The St. Benedict High School Eagle’s Eye staff receive prestigiousawards

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  The St. Benedict High School Eagle’s Eye staff reigned in several prestigious awards in the Tennessee High School Press Association (THSPA) Award ceremony on March 4. The newspaper was recognized as the Second Best Overall High School Paper in the State of Tennessee. And for the second consecutive year, the paper received the highest […]

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Bartlett Police seeking (VIPS) Volunteers in Police Service

By Brian Bloom Regional Manager   Individuals seeking to assist Bartlett police in non-enforcement duties may take part in the Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program. The brainchild of retired public affairs officer Lt. Rory Mack, VIPS is a community partnership program between volunteers and the Bartlett Police Department. “Most people want to be involved […]

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Tennis teams look to be competative

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Bartlett Tennis Coach Kris Bevins is honest in his appraisal of the Panther tennis team. “We have 36 players, most of them novices,” Bevins said. “Our boy’s team is looking pretty good with four returning players and a couple of new contenders. For the girls, it would be considered a rebuilding year,” Bevins said. Seniors […]

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Athleticism key to Panther track hopes

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First year track coach Kris Harmon describes his Bartlett boys thinclads as short on experience but long on talent. Harmon, who coaches at perennial power Houston the last three seasons, has grown the Panther contingent from eight athletes a year ago to 52 donning cleats this spring. Assisted by longtime track mentor Jim Frost returning […]

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