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At a Glance for April 17, 2014

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‘Twelfth Night’ show has mullets and a trailer park Through April 27, Germantown Community Theater will continue performing the Shakespearean comedy, “Twelfth Night.” This version is set in a modern-era trailer park. Pink flamingos, beer koozies and Astro Turf abound as Viola, the Duke, Olivia and their rowdy friends venture through a tale strewn with […]

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Bartlett takes 4th in Panther Relays

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The Bartlett High School boys’ track and field team recently finished fourth in the Panther Relays. Thirteen schools participated in the event, which was hosted by Bartlett. Overall scores: Collierville: 87.5 Briarcrest: 85 CBHS: 76 Bartlett: 70 Central: 54 Arlington: 48.5 Cordova: 46 Bolton: 38 Harding: 36 Germantown: 26 Houston: 22.5 Southwind: 21.5 Kirby: 8 […]

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Arlington approves 16-acre park grant application

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In back-to-back meetings of the Arlington Beer Board and the city board Monday night, Arlington’s leaders levied fines for minor alcohol sales and also approved measures to expand and manage the city’s facilities. City Board The city board voted to apply for a Local Parks and Recreation Funds Grant (LPRF) for recreational fields on 16 […]

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Military Matters

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Air National Guard Airman Nathaniel C. Huntley graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas. He completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits […]

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Anderson signs with UMass

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Early student enrollment adds up for Arlington

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Superintendents say that Bartlett, Arlington and Lakeland school districts are still reviewing and processing information garnered from early enrollment events last week. The events are expected to give the new municipal school districts a closer estimate on the number of children that will attend each school. Arlington Community Schools has released numbers from preregistration forms […]

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At a Glance for March 27, 2014

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Arlington tops list of best Tenn. cities for homeownership Four area cities are on NerdWallet.com’s list of Tennessee’s best cities for homeownership. Cities were measured by high home ownership rate, affordability, and growth. Arlington tops the list, and Collierville, Lakeland and Bartlett fill slots 8 through 10. See details at http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/2014/best-cities-homeownership-tennessee/. Tenn. reduces harassment and discrimination The Equal Employment […]

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Evers signs LOI

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Arlington falls to Oak Ridge in state semifinals

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — When C.J. Anderson’s shot hit the back rim at the final horn, Arlington was one bucket from advancing to the state finals. The Tigers lost a hard-fought contest on March 14 to Oak Ridge 57- to-56 in the state semi-finals in Murfreesboro. The Tigers were sluggish in the first half, with foul trouble and poor shooting. […]

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AHS unveils new scoreboard

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On March 10, the Arlington High School baseball team not only opened up their 2014 season, they also introduced a brand new state of the art scoreboard to their fans and the community. In doing so, the AHS baseball team had a sponsor tribute night to recognize businesses and organizations that purchased signage to help […]

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Career Corner for March 13, 2014

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Bartlett High grad Craig Sanders named legal Rising Star Jackson, TN — Craig P. Sanders, the son of Jean G. Sanders of Bartlett, has been recognized by his legal peers for the second time as a Rising Star among Tennessee attorneys in the Medical Malpractice Defense practice area, according to Law and Politics® Super Lawyers magazine. Sanders, a […]

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AHS Tigers advance to state semi-finals

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The Arlington High School Tigers are on a roll in the state basketball tournament, defeating Siegel 86-80 in overtime during the quarter-finals on March 12. See stats online from that game. As of March 13, the AHS boys basketball team is ranked sixth in the state, 313th in the nation, and fifth in Tennessee Class AAA rankings. They […]

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