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Daily Archives: November 2, 2017

U.S. 64 crash kills 1, injures 3

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LAKELAND — A two-vehicle collision on U.S. 64 left one person dead and three injured on Thursday, Oct. 26, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol. It was at the intersection with Rockcreek Parkway. Tylen D. Yancey, 21, was driving the first vehicle, a 2016 Ford Mustang, and was injured in the crash. His passenger, Mario Bell […]

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2017 football playoffs preview

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The 2017 TSSAA football regular season came to a conclusion this past Friday. The first Friday of November in Tennessee means playoff time across the Volunteer State. By the time the night concludes on the first Saturday in December, there will be nine State champions ranging from the six classifications in Division I to the […]

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Trunk-or-treat at Faith Cumberland Presbyterian

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FedEx Cares Day for Youth Villages

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Inspired by coach: Dragons prepare for playoffs after loss to Arlington

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The Dragons’ 40-21 loss to Arlington on Friday was the last game that Mike O’Neill, Collierville’s head football coach of the past seven years, will coach this season. Diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the throat, he went to Houston Monday with his wife for treatment at MD Anderson Cancer Center. The muddy victory gave […]

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Bartlett B&B draws neighbor’s complaint

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A Bartlett resident complained Oct. 24 about a bed-and-breakfast she believes is disrupting her neighborhood. Patsy Dawson, who lives on Oak Walk Lane, wants the board to remove and prevent this kind of commercialization in a residential area. “We live in Oak Forest, a nice neighborhood, and we don’t need that in our neighborhood,” she […]

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Bartlett Police handle spree of car burglaries, thefts

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More than 20 owners in Bartlett found that someone burglarized, stole or damaged their vehicles in a rash of driveway and parking lot crimes last week. Some got off lightly with their car interiors left in disarray. Others were left staring at an empty driveway, wondering where their ride went. Almost every victim admitted leaving […]

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Books from Birth, Porter-Leath merge to serve more in Shelby County

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The love of books starts children on the right road to an educated life, and there’s a program across Shelby County that offers children free books monthly through age 5. Shelby County Books From Birth, the largest affiliate of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in the U.S., already provides free, age-appropriate books for nearly 70 percent […]

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Creepy times at Halloween Cove

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Soliciting minor lands Arlington man in prison

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ARLINGTON — An Arlington man, Matthew Marr, has been sentenced to federal prison for soliciting a minor child through social media. D. Michael Dunavant, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee, announced the sentence Monday. According to information presented in court, between June and September 2016, Marr used the Internet to meet and seduce […]

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Spooktacular concert by BCCB

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Old Lakeland mall crumbles, makes way for Lake District

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