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Smith’s Plumbing kicks off free food program to help community during Coronavirus shutdowns

Families who depend on meal programs can take heart because of the generous actions of several Bartlett-area businesses, led by Dustin Smith, owner of...

Going on a Bartlett Bear Hunt

While parents are out picking up groceries and doing other essential tasks during the Coronavirus-related shutdown, a fun activity might be to take the...

‘Safer at Home’: Cities enter the long haul in fighting the Coronavirus

Governmental offices, businesses and service providers in the Mid-South and across the nation continue to roll out closures and changes to business as usual...

Bartlett Police Reports

The Bartlett Police Report for the period of March 16-22, 2020, lists the most notable crimes for that period as reported by the Bartlett...

Legal notices

The following legal notices appeared in the March 26, 2020, issue of The Bartlett Express.

We went to Spain, and all we got was a pandemic

My family has certainly been on a Coronavirus journey. And I mean that literally. We just got back from Spain earlier this month. (We’re...
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Plan properly for funeral costs

According to Lincoln Heritage Funeral Advantage, the average funeral costs between $7,000 and $10,000. It can be easy to overlook planning for such a...

Symbol of strength: Long-lived Shelby County citizen reflects on her 106 years

In North Memphis resides a woman who has witnessed more than 100 years of Mid-South history. Anna Mae Jeter recently enjoyed her 106th New Year’s...

How to help seniors in closed facilities during Coronavirus shutdown

During the current storm of concerns about the Coronavirus pandemic, family members may be concerned about their vulnerable elderly relatives in nursing homes, assisted...

Horoscopes for March 29-April 4, 2020

These horoscopes are for the week of March 29 through April 4, 2020. ARIES (March 21–April 20): Things are not always what they seem, Aries....
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Candidates urged to pick up, file petitions by April 2 deadline

MEMPHIS — The Election Commission is currently issuing and accepting petitions for filing to run for office in the Aug. 6 state and federal...

Price gouge at your peril

It’s one thing for a capitalist to adjust prices to market demands, but price gouging (setting unreasonably high prices for an essential item during...