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Farm fresh

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All photos are from Bartlett Station Farmers Market on June 14, 2014. Photos by Carolyn Bahm. Shelby County farmers’ markets offer an array Shelby County is home to a wealth of farmers’ markets that provide locally grown fruits, vegetables, meats, honey, canned goods, flowers and more for the home. The following list provides details on each […]

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Bartlett well represented at All-Star game

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The State Farm Shelby County All-Star Baseball Game at Millington’s USA Stadium is becoming a post Memorial Day tradition in the area. The first two games held between the best of the public schools vs. the best of the private schools have gone the way of the private schools. The nine-inning format was set for […]

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Honoring veterans of history

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At a Glance for June 5, 2014

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June 7 pet show entices owners to Saddle Creek Paws for a Cause, the region’s biggest pet adoption campaign, will fill the sidewalks of Saddle Creek in Germantown from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 7. Look for rescue groups, adoption agencies, a celebrity dog wash, and booths about obedience training, spaying, pet portraits, […]

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At a Glance for May 29, 2014

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May 31 service to honor 17 Civil War vets The Robert E. Lee Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans in Germantown, will hold a public memorial service in Bartlett at 10 a.m. this Saturday. The event will honor 17 unknown Confederate soldiers buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, located at 4761 Brunswick Road in Bartlett. For more […]

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Saddle Creek plans June 7 pet adoptions

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Puppy love is in the air, and there will be a huge matchmaking event at the Shops of Saddle Creek on June 7. “Paws for a Cause,” the region’s biggest pet adoption campaign, will fill the sidewalks of Saddle Creek in Germantown with yelps of joy that Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. This event will feature multiple […]

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‘Art on the Sidewalk’ welcomes fans May 9-10

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GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — People who are fans of local art, LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, or the whimsy of Dick Van Dyke will want to head to The Shops of Saddle Creek in Germantown on May 9-10. Art on the Sidewalk, a festival benefiting LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, will be staged for the third consecutive year. Other than raising […]

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Scrum classes planned for May 13-16

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GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — The Braintrust Consulting Group will offer Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) training classes May 13-16 at the Germantown location of the Holiday Inn Express. Scrum is a simple yet powerful set of principles and practices that help teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement and […]

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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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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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Planning sessions can cut college costs 60%

Shelby County, Tenn. — Mid-South students and their parents can participate in a free college and career planning event in their local area that can help cut college costs up to 60 percent and provide valuable step-by- step insight on college preparation at several locations around the county.  Local high school students and parents are invited to […]

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