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Families return to closed cemetery, many questions remain

BARTLETT, Tenn. — After being closed for more than a year, a Bartlett cemetery was reopened so loved ones could visit their family and friends on Memorial Day. 446 more words

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Volunteers prepare Galilee Cemetery to re-open for Memorial Day

BARTLETT, Tenn. — The state reopened Galilee Memorial Gardens in Bartlett for the Memorial Day holiday.

The cemetery closed after officials discovered the owner buried bodies on other people’s land and actually stacked them on top of each other. 379 more words

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Man convicted again in Bartlett slayings, sentenced to death

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Florida man was convicted Saturday for a second time after killing an elderly Bartlett couple back in 2003.

Fifty-one-year-old Henry Lee Jones was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and then sentenced to death for killing 82-year-old Clarence James and his 67-year-old wife, Lillian James. 158 more words

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Memphis doctor develops video house call application to see patients

MEMPHIS, Tenn– At 11 a.m. at the Primehealth Medical Center in Bartlett, CEO and Primary Care Physician Dr. Sam Faleye wears his stethoscope and logs onto his computer. 506 more words

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Former coworker describes Amtrak train engineer

BARTLETT, Tenn.– Eight people have died in the tragic Amtrak train crash in Philadelphia, and many wanted to know what caused this to happen.

NTSB officials said the train was going twice the speed limit as it went around a curve. 333 more words

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Charlie Bartlett movie review

There is not a whole lot to say about Charlie Bartlett before I give too much away. It’s a great movie. But, that’s not all I can say so I will give it a shot. 123 more words

Engineer of Philadelphia Train a Mizzou Grad

ST. LOUIS (KMOX/AP) – The engineer who was at the controls of the Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia, killing at least seven and injuring over 200, is a graduate of the University of Missouri. 443 more words

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