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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Gym injury leads to male breast cancer discovery

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Mike Worsham, a Bartlett pharmacist and Collierville resident, vividly remembers a lucky accident at the gym back in 1998. It stung at the time, but it ended up saving his life. He was doing dumbbell presses to the point of exhaustion, and he let the equipment down on his chest. One dumbbell raked across his […]

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Bartlett Police reports for Oct. 16-22, 2017

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The Bartlett Police Department handled the following incideents for the period of Oct. 16-22. These represent the most notable incidents for the reporting period and do not necessarily reflect all police activity. Editor’s note: All suspects are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and values are estimated for stolen/damaged […]

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PICK ME UP: Interception helps Panthers regain momentum

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Most Friday nights, the turning point of a football game might be debatable. But most at Mooney Bosewell Field in Millington Friday night on either side of the stadium would pinpoint the interception of Bartlett Panther Kyler Allen as the biggest moment. Allen snatched a deflected pass from Millington Trojan quarterback Zeb Marvin out of […]

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Children: Send us your best turkey recipes!

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Children have the funniest ideas about holiday traditions and the process of cooking. We thought it would be fun to find out what your kids thinks about preparing the main dish for Thanksgiving. Ask your young ones to explain “How to Cook a Turkey” and send it in to us. We want to read their […]

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Tigers fall after mounting ‘epic’ comeback

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With Cordova leading 42-27 over Arlington, Cordova Head Coach Anthony Jones told his team at halftime that something crazy was going to happen. It certainly did. Roaring back from a 56-27 deficit, Arlington outscored the Wolves 36-9 to pull within 65-63 with 6:24 left in the game, before Cordova’s  Jeremy Banks scored his seventh touchdown […]

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Panera gifts for sick children

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Local high school football rankings: JW10 Media Power 10, Week 11

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Introducing the Journal West 10 Media Power 10 Rankings: The teams from the coverage area including Arlington, Bartlett, Cordova, Collierville, Germantown, Millington and South Tipton County are eligible. Each week throughout the 2017 season, see how the poll shakes out. Here are the rankings heading into Week 11. Week 11 1. Germantown (9-0) (W 42-6 […]

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Mosquito control activities scheduled for week of October 23

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Shelby County Health Department continues to test mosquitoes for the presence of West Nile virus (WNV). Weekly test results direct adulticiding efforts to the areas of highest WNV activity. To date, positive test pools have been discovered within ALL ZIP codes of Shelby County. Since February, the SCHD’s Vector Control Program has treated […]

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Forestry division requires permits for open burning

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Tennessee currently requires a burn permit to conduct any outdoor open burning of debris. From Oct. 15 through May 15, anyone starting an open-air fire within 500 feet of a forest, grassland or woodland must by law secure a burning permit from the Tennessee Division of Forestry. Permits are not required for burning in containers […]

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Old Brownsville Road bridge temporarily goes to 1 lane Oct. 23

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The bridge on Old Brownsville Road over Buckhead Creek/Frank’s Branch (between Eagles Nest and Bristol Woods) will be reduced to one lane temporarily, starting Monday, Oct. 23. Two-way traffic will be maintained with a temporary traffic signal, one direction at a time. Drivers should expect delays. Construction will take several months as the bridge is […]

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Biking for a cure: 31 cycle to Florida for cancer awareness, funds

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GERMANTOWN — A group of 31 Mid-South men biked 525 miles in five days, from the West Cancer Center in Germantown to the Town Center in Rosemary Beach, Fla. Their goal was to promote cancer awareness, encourage a healthy lifestyle and raise funds for the WINGS Supportive Care Division within The University of Tennessee/West Institute for […]

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Legals for October 19, 2017

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