Call us  Call Us (901) 433-9138

2850 Stage Village Cove No. 5
Bartlett, TN. 38134
Fax (901) 529-7687
News: bartlett.editor@journalinc.com
Advertising: vickie.clark@journalinc.com

 Subscribe in a reader

Millington

Part 7, cancer free: Former Bolton teacher rebounds as brain tumors disappear

Editor’s note: This is the seventh part of the occasional “Learning to Live Again” series on Dianne Young, the former Bolton High School yearbook sponsor and Millington resident who has been fighting a rare form of brain cancer for the past two years. DIANNE YOUNG’S STORY The Bartlett Express and Dianne Young’s supporters have followed […]

Read More

Friends & family: Still celebrating

Post Image

Editor’s note: This sidebar article accompanies a feature story on Dianne Young, the former Bolton High School yearbook sponsor and Millington resident who was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer two years ago. She is now in remission. Friends and family gathered Sunday afternoon in Memphis to celebrate Dianne Young’s cancer-free status and […]

Read More

District Middle School Champs: Elmore Park

Post Image
Read More

Tigers take down Trojans 70-66

Post Image

On the surface, the game between the Arlington Tigers and Millington Trojans was a thrilling District 14-3A contest between two quality teams. But there was more to the 70-66 Tiger victory in the William Osteen Gymnasium. Those who attended the game witnessed the most points scored by a Trojan on his home court when Julian […]

Read More

Lady Tigers beat Millington, remain perfect in district

Post Image

  A balanced attack and solid defense helped the Arlington Lady Tigers leave William Osteen Gymnasium still in first place and unbeaten in District 14-3A. On Jan. 27, Hunter Gremore’s Lady Tigers held the host Millington Lady Trojans to one field in the first half leading to a 53-15 victory. Meanwhile Arlington had several players […]

Read More

Legals for Jan. 29, 2015

Post Image

NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE REALTY LAWSUIT As County Trustee, I am required by law to publish the following statement: You are advised that after March 27, 2015, additional penalties and cost will be imposed in consequence of suits to be filed for enforcement of the lien for taxes against real property; until the filing […]

Read More

Bartlett improves to 13-8 on season after win over Millington

Post Image

The Bartlett Panthers left their home court Friday night still in first place in District 14-3A. And their opponents the Millington Trojans headed to their locker room dejected yet again after a district contest. Millington Head Coach Rob Sabau found himself in the familiar spot of watching his team play well enough to win against […]

Read More

Lady Panthers improve to 4-1 in district play

Post Image

As of Friday night, all the teams in District 14-3A have seen each other at least once. When the dust settled in the Bartlett Gymnasium last Friday, Millington Lady Trojans Head Coach Bruce Marshall saw his young team take another step into grabbing the elusive league victory. Meanwhile Bartlett Lady Panthers veteran Head Coach Lynn […]

Read More

Arlington, Lakeland rated in state’s top 10 cities for young families

Post Image

Arlington and Lakeland ranked in the top 10 on NerdWallet.com’s list of “Best Cities for Young Families,” which rated 99 cities in Tennessee. Arlington, in first place for its high prosperity and family friendliness. The town saw a 77.4 percent increase in family income over the past 15 years and a zero poverty rate for […]

Read More

Part 6: Retired Bolton educator manages life, cancer

Post Image

Editor’s note: This is the sixth part of the occasional “Learning to Live Again” series on Dianne Young, the former Bolton High School yearbook sponsor and Millington resident who learned in 2013 that she has a rare form of brain cancer. FOLLOW-UPS Email: gooddiyoung@gmail.com Online journal: caringbridge.org/visit/dianneyoung/journal Fundraising site: youcaring.com/youngcelebration Diagnosed back in April 2013 […]

Read More

Bolton finishes season 3-7

Post Image

   

Read More

Trojans down Panthers in foul-plagued game

Post Image

Every Friday night, three teams take to a high school football field. Usually the crew in black and white goes unnoticed. But in last Friday’s game in Millington, the officials were the talk in the stands of the Millington Trojan faithful and Bartlett Panther fans. With a minute and 21 seconds remaining, Bartlett Head Coach […]

Read More