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Daily Archives: December 27, 2017

Arlington schools unveil new district office in 2017

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One of 2017’s highlights for education in Arlington was the construction and recent dedication of the new district office for Arlington Community Schools. It was built at 12060 Arlington Trail on land donated by the town. The district began construction on Feb. 27 and held the grand opening and ribbon cutting on Dec. 14. The […]

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Who’s closing for New Year’s Day?

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The Bartlett Express office at 2850 Stage Village Cove, Suite 5, will be closed on Monday in honor of New Year’s Day. Area municipalities also have announced their remaining holiday closures. Bartlett Bartlett City Offices, the senior center, library and animal shelter will be closed on Jan. 1, 2018, for New Year’s Day. Trash pickup […]

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Beautiful holiday lights in Bartlett

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Lakeland named as Adventure Tourism District

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In 2017, the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development designated Lakeland as an Adventure Tourism District. This designation allows qualified new businesses in the district to earn job tax credits to offset a portion of the businesses’ Tennessee franchise and excise tax liability. Qualified businesses include restaurants, hotels, or other tourist-related attractions. The certification must be […]

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Plan now for January lawn care and gardening

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In the cold winter months we have time for a little reflection, and as a result January is often the time for resolutions to become our best selves. I would like to suggest that you consider gardening as it is one of the activities because it offers multiple dividends. It provides exercise for better health […]

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Free bridal event opens to public Jan. 14

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The Mid-South Wedding Association of Memphis is offering the free “Wedding University” Show and Seminar to the public. It will be noon-4 p.m. Jan. 14 at The Hilton, 939 Ridge Lake Blvd., Memphis. At Christmas time, there are more couples getting engaged than any other time of the year. Brides attend wedding shows and are […]

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TRICARE restores in-network access at Saint Francis

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Saint Francis Healthcare has announced that as of Jan. 1, 2018, all beneficiaries covered under Humana TRICARE will have in-network access to its hospitals and physician clinics. The new agreement extends to the following healthcare providers: Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett Saint Francis Medical Partners physician practices MedPost Urgent Care “We are pleased that […]

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BCCB offers holiday concerts

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Winter melodies from Bartlett High freshmen

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Tips to keep your home safe while you travel over holidays

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Although Christmas has passed, home security experts know that the second-highest percentage of home burglaries happen during the time between Thanksgiving and New Years. According to ooma.com (a DIY home phone and security company), there are six basic inexpensive steps homeowners can take to deter and react to break-ins during holiday travels. Mind the front […]

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Vandalism estimated at $2,600 for Bartlett rental house

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Property owner John Thorne of Memphis was philosophical Tuesday about the vacant rental home that one or more vandals recently targeted on the 7000 block of Scepter Drive in Bartlett. He estimated that retail costs for repairs would be around $2,300 plus another $300 to replace a stove. But he’s a veteran property manager with […]

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Bartlett Police Reports for Dec. 4-17, 2017

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The Bartlett Police Department handled these and other incidents for the period of Dec. 4-17. Editor’s note: This report represents the most notable incidents provided by BPD and does not necessarily reflect all police activity. All suspects are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and values are estimated for […]

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