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Husband and wife team appointed cruise specialists

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By Dale Willis Dale and Jackie Willis have been accredited as a local independent cruise specialist in Bartlett for CruiseOne, offering guidance in selecting cruise ships and itineraries and savings of up to 50 percent on all major cruise lines. CruiseOne specialists are knowledgeable in a broad range of cruise vacations ranging from family reunions […]

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Local banks provide coats for children

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First Citizens National Bank, Millington provided winter coats for children in need at Northaven Elementary School.  This is the 8th year First Citizens National Bank has purchased coats for the children in the Northaven community.  Over 40 winter coats were purchased and given to children ranging from kindergarten to 5th grade. “We rely on the […]

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Kelley Takes Home 2012 Platinum MarCom Award

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By Elise Herron The Catholic Charities of West Tennessee “Safe Starts Here” Campaign earned Kelley & Associates Advertising a 2012 Platinum MarCom Award, which is the highest honor in the competition. The “Safe Starts Here” campaign raises awareness about the issue of Domestic Violence in the Memphis community and the availability of its Sophia’s House […]

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The newly elected municipal school board-voided

By Julie Ray   Judge Samuel “Hardy” Mays ruling last week that voided one of the three state laws allowing the suburbs to begin forming municipal school districts makes it unlikely the suburbs can catch up for the August 2013 start of the school year. By voiding Chapter 905, allowing for municipal schools, the newly […]

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B is for BACC, bowling and Bartholomy in Bartlett -Andy B’s bowling lanes renovations complete

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By Julie Ray   The letter “B” is a very big letter, especially if it is on the front of the newly renovated and revamped Andy B’s bowling lanes. In fact, it is impossible to miss at night when the extra large B is lit up in a reddish hue, bigger than life and is […]

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Howell speaks at BNI meeting

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Photo by Julie Ray

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Bank of Bartlett reports fifth consecutive profitable quarter

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Bank of Bartlett reported its fifth consecutive quarter with an increase in net income. Bank of Bartlett reported a net income of $8,996,379 with a 2.49 percent return on assets for the quarter and 3.3 percent for the year. Cumulative earnings for the first three quarters of 2012 were $11,996,981 resulting in total earnings of […]

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Bartlett leads the way in energy efficiency

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By Julie Ray Dr. Jeffrey and Nicole Wright live in midtown Memphis in a 4500 square foot rambling two story home built in 1900. When the opportunity came along for the couple to create an energy efficient home through the Sierra Club’s Healthy Energy Campaign, a statewide initiative that advocates the Tennessee Valley Authority set […]

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Town Square Shopping Center to be destination

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By Julie Ray The smell of crepes, baguettes, fruity wines and coffee waft from the doorway of a bustling bistro. Laughter and conversation abound with Chef De’Marcus who is at work behind the counter where patrons watch crepe creations being made to order. This quaint little picture could be in France. It could be but […]

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Bartlett benefits from nearby fine dining

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Morgan Bedard is a Bartlett resident who has mastered the fine art of service and knows premium cuisine.  In finding fine dining worthy of her talents she ventured to the nearby community of Germantown.  She now serves a combination of talent and tradition with creations by Chef Alex Grisanti. “The whole world is moving out […]

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60 years strong

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In 1952 entrepreneurs, Kemmons Wilson and Wallace Johnson revolutionize the travel industry by providing clean, comfortable economical lodging to the traveling public.  The first Holiday Inn opened on Summer Avenue, in Memphis, on August 1, 1952. Earlier this month a 60-year celebration was held at the Holiday Inn, 2751 New Brunswick Road.  The celebration was […]

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Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett Performing PCI

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Press Release Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett is now performing percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI). This expansion of services is representative of the hospital’s commitment to providing comprehensive cardiac services to residents of Northeast Shelby County. When significant coronary disease is present, blood supply to the heart muscle may be impaired.  PCI is a nonsurgical procedure that opens […]

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