Daily Archives: February 20, 2014

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...

Free online test prep software comes to Tenn.

The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) now includes the latest version of LearningExpress Library, an online test preparation resource for academic and career development. LearningExpress Library...

Shelby County home destroyed in Feb. 14 blaze

Shelby County, Tenn. — An enormous fire of unknown origin destroyed an unoccupied home on Billy Bryant Road early on Valentine’s Day, but three fire departments...

Back in Bartlett for Feb. 20, 2014

35 years ago (Feb. 22, 1979) Studio called asset to city Preliminary and final approvals were given Tuesday to architectural plans for a photography studio to...

Marriage rests on humor, acceptance of flaws

By Pettus L. Read Columnist Winter attempted to make a swipe into the hills and valleys of Tennessee during the week of Valentine’s, and the people...

Forefathers and peers deal government insults

By Robert McGowan Columnist A few months ago I wrote a column quoting a few insults from Nancy McPhee’s book, “The Book of Insults, Ancient and...

Thursday is candidate filing deadline for May 6, Aug. 7 elections

Staff Reports Thursday is the filing deadline for candidates running in the county primary election on May 6. Each properly filed petition must contain at...

Margie Moyer Holmes

Margie Moyer Holmes, 84, fell asleep in the loving arms of the angels on Jan. 30, 2014. She was born to Frank and Clara Moyer...

Bartlett Baptist rolls up sleeves to show love

By Carolyn Bahm Express Editor Bartlett Baptist Church members show their love in a fresh way around Valentine’s Day each year by using elbow grease, tools...

Bartlett Police reports for Feb. 20, 2014

The Bartlett Police Department reported 94 arrests for the period of Feb. 10-16, including misdemeanors and traffic arrests. All arrestees are innocent until proven...

SBA to host DA Weirich on Feb. 26

St. Benedict at Auburndale High School is hosting Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich, Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. on Feb. 26. The public is invited...