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Daily Archives: November 13, 2013

Nov. 13 Legals

• City of Bartlett NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to the requirements of the State of Tennessee and Ordinances of the City of Bartlett, Tennessee, the following is published and made known to all interested persons: The Bartlett Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet on Monday, November 26th, 2013 at 7:00 P.M. in the […]

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Veterans Day in Bartlett

Bartlett honored veterans Monday during a ceremony at Veterans Park. Shan Criswell surprised her father with a Veteran’s Brick in his honor. Navy Corpsman William M O’Rork was very happy.

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Without sorrow, there is no joy

  By Rick Jacobs A few weeks ago a fundraiser was held for my sister, Becky. For those who don’t know, she is in the fight of her life, for her life, against cancer. This has been, far and away, the most difficult life-challenge my family has ever had to face. And, naturally, thoughts and […]

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Bartlett Women’s Clinic Grand Opening

The Bartlett Women’s Clinic at 2996 Kate Bond Road, No. 105 held an open house on Nov. 7 at Saint Francis Hospital – Bartlett. The event, which included a ribbon cutting ceremony conducted by the Bartlett Chamber of Commerce, was attended by Mayor Keith McDonald, Jeremy Clark, CEO of Saint Francis – Bartlett, 75 members […]

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Tigers toppled in tourney

Hendersonville’s offense proved too much for Arlington Friday night in the TSSAA Class 6A tournament game as the Tigers gave up more than 400 yards on the ground in a 49-31 loss. While Arlington gave up only 35 passing yards in the contest, Hendersonville’s vaunted run attack was virtually unstoppable from start to finish. The […]

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Bolton given award for positive efforts

STAFF REPORTS Bolton High School has been awarded the A.F. Bridges Divisional Award, which is given to schools that have had no reported unsportsmanlike conduct incidents during the previous school year and have displayed an overall positive effort to teach, expect and demand a positive atmosphere of sportsmanship at their particular contests. Schools that receive […]

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Bartlett tops home sales

More homes were sold in Bartlett last month than any other Shelby County municipality not named Memphis. According to the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, sales were up 19 percent in October compared to the previous year. Bartlett had 94 sales last month for a median sales price of $147,250. With 81 sales, Collierville was […]

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Bartlett again named among best cities

For the second time in two weeks Bartlett has been named among the best cities in Tennessee. Last week, NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy site, named Bartlett the best place for job seekers by factoring in median income, monthly homeowner costs, population growth and unemployment rates. This week, Movoto Real Estate ranked Bartlett eighth in the […]

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Multi-faith event to focus on prayers, action

Prayer, song, and chants from multiple faiths will blend this Sunday during United Prayers for World Peace at St. Francis Hospital in Memphis. “It’s about peace within each person, and it radiates out,” said the Rev. Mona Reeves-Winfrey, one of the event’s coordinators. She said a driving force for the gathering is Sri Sri Sri […]

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Never Forget

Foxbridge Assisted Living just outside of Bartlett hosted a Veterans Celebration on Tuesday. Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell was on hand to greet the more than 20 veterans who currently reside at Foxbridge.

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