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

News

Local students in all west honor orchestra

Post Image

                  The West Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association (WTSBOA) has selected nine Hutchison Orchestra members to perform with the prestigious All-West Tennessee Orchestra in Memphis, Tennessee in February.   Monica Fleck, Charley Kate Barcroft, and Quinn Farr will perform with the Junior Strings at the All-West […]

Read More

Saturday, in the park

Post Image

Cousins Savannah and Blaine Cleveland, both 14, share a quiet moment together at the Bartlett Municipal Park. Dozens of people took advantage of spring-like temperatures Saturday to explore the park and its surroundings.

Read More

Taking dad down

Post Image

        Dustin Myers enjoys his time in the sun with his son and two other children Saturday at Bartlett’s Municipal Park. Raskya Humphrey, 4; Cadence Orban, 5 and five year old Jacob Myers practice their fighting moves. Dozens took advantage of spring-like temperatures Saturday through Bartlett’s extensive park system.

Read More

Lenoir to speak to Rep. women

            Shelby County Trustee David Lenoir will be the guest speaker for the Republican Women of Purpose ‘s  general meeting and luncheon Feb. 6, 2013  The meeting will be held at the Tournament Players Club at Southwind at 11:00 a.m. Reservations may be made by Feb. 1 by calling 233-5758.

Read More

Arts Council to meet Tuesday

    The Bartlett Arts Council will host its monthly meeting at the Bartlett Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The meeting is open to the public. Phone 901-373-6856 for more information.

Read More

Starfish Circus shows Shelby talent

  By Amber Jenkins   Come one, come all to see amazing feats of acrobatic splendor, comical concoctions and phenomenal stunt performances! Cue the Starfish Circus, a traveling circus troupe that offers children and teens the chance to star in a live theatrical performance. The circus is comprised of several performance artists who travel across […]

Read More

Surprise! You’re Queen

Post Image

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Bartlett High School held it’s 2013 Winterfest ceremony Friday night in the school’s gymnasium. And to the surprise of Tammy Lluie, she was named Queen of this year’s court. The senior was escorted by her brother and BHS alum Stephen. “It’s weird,” Tammy said of winning. “I’m just very surprised right […]

Read More

Obituaries 1/24/13

Post Image

Ernest “Jack” Burross, 92 of Memphis, passed away on Jan. 23,2013.  He was receded in death by his wife Sally Burross.  Mr. Burross leaves a son, Jerry Burross (Nancy), two grandchildren, Jeff Burross (Angela) and Todd Burross (Tammy), and two great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 29 from 1-2:30 p.m. with a funeral […]

Read More

In MLK’s honor: A day of service

Read More

Fire appointees headline Board of Alderman session

Post Image

Three fire department officials were promoted, and several citizens were appointed to a variety of boards and commissions in an abbreviated Bartlett Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday night. Howard McNatt was promoted by Chief Terry Wiggins from Deputy Fire Marshal to Fire Marshal, replacing the retired David Bradshaw. That promotion led to a domino effect […]

Read More

SCSO makes arrest in embezzlement case

A store manager at the Kroger store located in Arlington advised that a female employee had stolen $1400 dollars in cash from her assigned cash register on November 4th and 5th 2012. During the investigation, the loss prevention manager advised the store manager about a shortage of $900 and $500 dollars on separate days from […]

Read More

Police reports for 12-31-12 thru 01-06-13

THEFT (SHOPLIFTING)-Officers were called to the 5900 block of Stage Road regarding a theft complaint. The complainant stated that a male took a phone from the store without paying for it. INTIMIDATION-Officers were called to the 2900 block of Kate Bond regarding harassing phone calls. The complainant stated that an individual has been calling and […]

Read More