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Bartlett High’s 2017 Homecoming Court

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Saint Francis Healthcare to host Mammos ‘Til Midnight

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As part of their efforts to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Saint Francis Healthcare will host “Mammos ’Til Midnight.” These events will be at Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett on Oct. 20 and at Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis on Oct. 27. Extended appointment hours will be available from 4 p.m. until midnight for women to receive their annual […]

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AHS Homecoming Court

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Grab your grill and get fired up to win: It’s Bartlett BBQ Fest time

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Expect to see proud faces behind the grills Saturday when local teams compete for top honors in the 2017 Bartlett BBQ Fest, a Memphis Barbecue Network sanctioned event. These are people who savor good food and take their barbecue seriously. The aromatic and mouth-watering event is part of the Bartlett Festival at W.J. Freeman Park […]

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5k run to kick off Saturday’s Bartlett Festival

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Runners across the Mid-South are preparing to remember one of Bartlett’s own in an activity that has quickly become a city tradition: The Judge Freeman Marr Panther Pride 5K Run. The event is held alongside other Bartlett Festival activities, and the race kicks off at 9 a.m. Saturday at W.J. Freeman Park in Bartlett. It […]

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Go Jim Go! takes training ride through Bartlett

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Newest Bartlett ornament debuts

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Look for 150+ gleaming vehicles at Saturday’s car show

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If beautiful cars are your passion, clear your Saturday. The 21st annual car show of the Bartlett Festival is about to rev your engine. Here’s another fact to warm your heart: The event is a fundraiser for the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home in Bartlett. Expect to see about 150 cars there at W.J. Freeman Park, […]

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Scouts pay tribute on 9/11

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Aw shucks: Taking aim with a corny gun

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Children’s memorial honors 9/11 victims, first responders

Altruria Elementary School hosts its 9/11 Ceremony each year to honor those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terroristic attacks in the U.S. They also honor the first responders who helped the victims and the survivors. The entire school filed outside Monday morning to a crowd of parents, and all recited the Pledge of […]

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Trail enhanced for Agricenter visitors

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