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Blue Team wins annual All-Star football game

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ALL-STAR TEAMS The Red Team All-Stars are coaches Robby Donaldson (FACS), Teran Conley (FACS), Will Hudgens (Houston), Joey Love (FACS), Joe Rocconi (White Station), Greg Wallace (Northpoint) and Eddie Woods (Melrose); players Joshua McMilon (Whitehaven), Jonathan Johnson (Melrose), Joey Magnifico (St. Benedict), Kevin Hall (Melrose), Tony Pollard (Melrose), Terry Wright (White Station), Cedric Crawford (Melrose), […]

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Bartlett Lady Panthers rack up another win

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Bartlett Panthers win against St. Benedict

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Central High defeats Bolton Lady Wildcats

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Bolton Wildcats blaze past MUS 67-44

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Littlest gobbler

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Ready, aim … turkey time!

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Paper targets draw fire at Singleton Center. Children and adults armed with BB guns and faith in their aim participated in last weekend’s Turkey Shoot at Singleton Community Center in Bartlett. The cost to participate was $1 for five shots. The Bartlett Parks and Recreation Department, which sponsored the event, sold close to 700 targets. […]

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ACS reviews budget for repairs, new field house

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At the Nov. 20 special-called work session, the Arlington Community Schools (ACS) board looked at a capital improvements funding agreement with Shelby County Schools. Funds would be used within 24 months of the agreement at: Arlington Elementary School for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) replacement ($300,000), cafeteria/ kitchen re-roofing ($40,000) and HVAC controls ($88,000) […]

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Cheer champions

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Bartlett’s most decorated volleyball player signs LOI with Arkansas State University

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Kenzie Fields, the most decorated volleyball player ever to walk the halls of Bartlett High School, recently signed a Letter of Intent to attend Arkansas State University next year. Fields was a varsity starter all four years of high school, district player of the year from 2011-2014 and nominated for Tennessee’s Gatorade Player of the […]

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