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‘Foodscaping’ beautifies property with edible plants

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Bartlett had a taste of winter in January with bitter cold, snow, ice and the many closures that resulted from the inclement weather. Perhaps you took advantage of the snow days to contemplate your garden to envision how you might want to improve it or which new plants you will add to your beds. If […]

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New Women’s Leadership Institute begins February 2018

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MEMPHIS — 2018 will be the year of Women’s Leadership in the Memphis Area thanks to a new affordable leadership institute experience for women across the Mid-South called We Lead – Women. Elevated. We Lead, which is open to all women throughout the area, is being made available by Girl Scouts Heart of the South. […]

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BRC to host annual Aerobathon Jan. 6

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Eager to try a new exercise format or just needing a morning of cross training? The Bartlett Recreation Center has the ultimate “try it out” morning arranged for you. The annual Aerobathon will be 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 6 at the BRC. It gives guests the opportunity to participate in a variety of group […]

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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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‘Starry Nights’ still shining

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For those too busy during the rush to Christmas to enjoy a leisurely drive through Shelby Farms Park in Memphis, the Mid-South’s largest holiday light show and festival on the property, Starry Nights, will remain open for two more evenings. Hours are 6-9 p.m. tonight and 6-10 p.m. Saturday night. Starry Nights attracts more than […]

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Registration deadline nears for Freedom Fair

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“The irony of the word ‘FREEDOM’ is that it is never free — without cost and sacrifice!” Yvonne James Early registration is ending soon for Freedom Fair, a new event for authors and entrepreneurs. It is scheduled for noon-5 p.m. Feb. 3 at the Singleton Community Center Auditorium in Bartlett. The event celebrates Black History Month […]

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‘Snowkus Pocus’ wows at BPACC

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Arlington Square sparkles with Christmas spirit

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Last weekend’s 2017 Christmas on the Square in Arlington drew hundreds of families and individuals to enjoy hot cocoa, see the square’s big Christmas tree lighting, hear live music, put in a good word with Santa and rev up their holiday spirits. Attendees were invited to enjoy free carriage rides, a tiny train ride for […]

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Apply now for next free Citizens Police Academy

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Are you interested in seeing what it’s like to drive a police car or learning how fingerprints are taken? The Bartlett Police Department has a free class that lets you do those things plus so much more. The Citizens Police Academy to be offered in Bartlett this spring is a fun, free, informative 10-week course. […]

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Lighting the tree at Singleton

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‘You’re going down, turkey!’

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Winners of the 2017 Turkey Shoot at Bartlett’s Singleton Community Center include marksmen in the following age brackets: Ages 8 and under: Jaxon Church, first; Angelo Sanchez, second; and Sarah Whalen, third Ages 9-12: Lucas Grozco, first; Zach Griffith, second; and Hayden Jordan, third Ages 13-17: Tanner Wade, first; Jared Smith, second; and Luke Luster, third Ages […]

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Bartlett High students compete in speech

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