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Education

Bolton falls 13-0 to Cordova Wolves

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Arlington shuts out Kingsbury 42-0 at home

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School shooting threat alarms Arlington High

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“Im shooting up the skool sep 22, 2014 good luk.” Words to chill the heart of any parent or student. About half of Arlington High’s students missed classes Monday out of fears of a school shooting based on that threat, scrawled on an AHS bathroom wall an estimated seven to 10 days previously. The threat […]

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‘Trust Pays’: Cash for student crime tips

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Students who have information on weapons, drugs or planned violence can participate in the “Trust Pays” program anonymously. The program — which is an operation of CrimeStoppers of Memphis and Shelby County Inc. within participating area schools — rewards teens with cash for valid crime tips. Here’s how it works: The student can go to any school faculty/staff […]

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St. Ann’s Block Party draws sidewalk artists

The “Chalk the Walk 2014” event was party time for happy and dusty-fingered artists at St. Ann Catholic Church’s annual block party on Sept. 13. Area businesses sponsored local artists, and children had their own special area to exercise their artistic talents. Last year’s winner, Jennifer Hughes, was this year’s featured artist. Formerly employed by […]

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Shelby County bus crashes on Austin Peay

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A Shelby County school bus carrying 32 children left Bolton High School Monday afternoon and crossed the center line southbound on Austin Peay Highway at Pleasant Ridge. The bus struck an 18-wheeler, injuring the bus driver and 10* children, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol. The driver, Jacqueline McKinley, 52, was taken to Regional One Medical […]

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Lakeland Prep tax vote bumped to October

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By the time the Lakeland city board meets on Sept. 23, residents will have had 10 or more public meetings where they can learn about the proposed new combined middle/high school and the $0.55 property tax increase to fund it over the next 30 years. The mayor and Board of Commissioners originally planned to vote […]

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Wildcats get Win No. 1

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Tigers gain early lead, beat Panthers 41-7

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Kicking off Arlington’s 41-7 District 14-AAA victory over Bartlett on Friday WAS the kickoff. A 76-yard return of the opening kickoff by Tevarious Foster that went to Bartlett’s 11-yard line led to the Tigers’ first touchdown 30 seconds after the game started and to Arlington coach Chris Wiley saying, “We got a pretty decent start […]

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Teacher in the tank

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