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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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Cities announce holiday closures

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Area municipalities have announced their holiday closures. Bartlett Bartlett City Offices, the senior center, library and animal shelter will be closed Dec. 25-26 for the Christmas holiday. They will also be closed on Jan. 1, 2018, for New Year’s Day. Trash pickup for the week of Dec. 25 and Jan. 1 will be delayed one […]

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Collegiate Corner

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Bartlett student tapped to lead Heather Leslie of Bartlett has been appointed by Dr. Carlos Vargas, president of Southeast Missouri State University, to serve as a presidential ambassador at the university in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Presidential ambassadors assist the president and his staff in greeting and assisting visiting guests and dignitaries, serving at presidential functions […]

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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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Suburban school leaders say districts’ formation didn’t hurt Shelby County Schools

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Leaders of Arlington and Germantown school districts told a town council near Chattanooga last week that their towns’ 2014 secession from Shelby County Schools didn’t hurt the urban district left behind. But that’s not true. In one glaring example, Shelby County Schools was saddled with a $1 billion-plus liability for employee retirement benefits as part […]

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Arlington teen crowned

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Arlington gears up for tourney play

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Explosion, fire rock Arlington plant

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Fatal crash into tree kills Arlington driver

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ARLINGTON — A single-vehicle crash in Arlington killed one man around 5:30 p.m. Friday night, according to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office. Earle Farrell, SCSO public information officer, said the driver was going fast, veered off the road and hit a tree on Chester Road near the intersection with Larry Anderson Road. The man had to […]

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Business Briefs

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Bartlett Allstate agency owner earns prestigious designation As a business leader and involved citizen in the Memphis area, Allstate exclusive agency owner Daniel Garcia has been designated an Allstate Premier Agency for 2017. The Allstate Premier Agency designation is bestowed upon 26 percent of Allstate’s nearly 10,000 agency owners across the country. The designation is […]

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Tigers split games in opening week

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16-year-old with rifle threatens AHS

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An Arlington High School teen headed to juvenile court Thursday after making a threat on social media. No one was hurt. Shelby County Sheriff Office spokesman Earle Farrell said the boy, 16, posted a threat Wednesday, “Don’t come to school tomorrow” with a picture of himself holding a rifle. Officers met him at the school […]

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