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Bartlett Police Reports for Dec. 2-8, 2013

The Bartlett Police Department has reported the following activity: Home burglary: Occurred between 1:20 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Dec. 3 on Memphis Arlington Road. Resident noticed house’s back door was open when she returned. Reported missing: $160 in cash. Theft from vehicle Police response at 8:08 p.m. on Dec. 2 on Windersville Drive. A man […]

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Brittle Berries

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Miss Bartlett High 2014 crowned

 

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Bike drive visits Bartlett

 

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Fire’s out and meals are on at Moma’s

Five months after a kitchen fire gutted the building, Moma’s B-B-Q is once again setting out hot-link sausage omelets and jumbo barbecue sandwiches for hungry crowds. The popular Bartlett restaurant reopened on Dec. 3. An early morning grease fire on July 3 raced from the deep fryer throughout Moma’s. Smoke and fire destroyed everything from […]

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Hometown ornament sales support parade

Every year, 244 people in Bartlett have one thing in common: They add another limited edition hometown ornament to their Christmas trees. The city raises money for the Christmas parade with Bartlett-themed ornaments about local scenes, facilities, and landmarks. The decoration has a new twist for 2013, featuring two images for the first time in […]

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Bartlett sprints toward city school district and lawsuit settlement

By Carolyn Bahm Bartlett has passed four milestones toward launching a new city school district and settling the pending municipal schools lawsuit. The negotiated settlement gained these approvals: • Shelby County School Board on Nov. 26 • Bartlett Board of Aldermen on Nov. 27 • Shelby County Board of Commissioners on Dec. 2 • Bartlett […]

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Going the Distance

Collierville Town Hall was brimming with state and local leaders Friday morning for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the final segment of Tenn. 385. The new segment is named for former Tennessee Governor Winfield Dunn, who lived in Shelby County when elected governor in 1970. Among those in attendance Friday were Sen. Mark Norris, Sen. […]

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Panthers fall to Mustangs

The Bartlett Panthers fell to 1-1 on the season Friday night after losing to Houston 59-34 on the road. The Panthers hung with the Mustangs in the first half and went into halftime down only six points. However, Houston used a 18-7 run in the third quarter to pull away from Bartlett for good. The […]

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Creating ‘CHATTER’

Students in the Bartlett Performing Arts Conference Center TheaterKids program recently joined with Memphis-based Chatterbox Audio Theater for four live performances of Alice in Wonderland at BPACC. Students used myriad devices to create sound effects for the audio-centric show.

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Bartlett poet to take spotlight at Neshoba Church

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By Carolyn Bahm David Gale Wright has been writing verses since his earliest memories, and the Bartlett poet will be featured at this month’s Neshoba Coffee House on Dec. 4. Writers, poets, musicians, and other creative people perform for small crowds at the recurring event. It is hosted the first Wednesday of each month at […]

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Bartlett native tours with Broadway musical

By Carolyn Bahm  Bartlett’s own Angela Marie Smith will be making a joyful noise Dec. 3-8 at the Orpheum Theater in the Broadway tour for “Sister Act: A Divine Musical Comedy.” As a coloratura soprano with a three-octave range, she has earned an ensemble/partial swing role, which means she covers for the entire ensemble of […]

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