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1. Don’t Let Political Reality Keep You From the Polls -

So the state-by-state presidential campaign math comes out to Tennessee not mattering. And we are a big blue dot in a red state here in Shelby County.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t vote. To the contrary, it is more important now than ever that you go to the polls during early voting or on Election Day.

2. Schlimmer Joins CBU -

Jim Schlimmer has joined Christian Brothers University as vice president of enrollment.

Hometown: High Point, N.C.
Education:
Bachelor of arts degree, Luther College in Decorah, Iowa; Master of science in Education degree, Higher Education Administration, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Work Experience:
Francis Marion University, director of admissions, 2008 to 2010; Louisburg College, vice president for enrollment, 2007 to 2008; Luther College, vice president for enrollment, 2006 to 2007; High Point University, dean of enrollment management, 1982 to 2006.
Family:
Dr. Alexa Schlimmer, associate professor of fine arts, High Point University; Philip Schlimmer, son, second-year law student at Ohio Northern University; Kathryn Schlimmer, senior, Roanoke College, Salem, Va.
Last book read:
“The World is Flat”
Favorite music:
Rock ‘n’ roll
Sports team:
Carolina Panthers
Activities you enjoy outside of work:
I run a lawn service with our two children – A&J Lawn Service
What talent do you wish you had?
I wish I could sing.
Who has had the greatest influence on you?
Enrollment mentor John Klockentager
What drew you to CBU?
The opportunity to be on an active enrollment management team. I was impressed with the commitments the school had made in the enrollment area. Most of all, I was pleased to return to a church-related university.
What will your role as vice president of enrollment management entail?
I am responsible for leading enrollment management initiatives and overseeing the undergraduate enrollment office, the office of financial aid and the career services office.
What do you consider your greatest professional accomplishments?
Creating an atmosphere for successful recruitment at High Point University that also attracted students to on-campus living.
What do you most enjoy about your work?
I enjoy the opportunity to set up enrollment systems that engage students with the university. I also enjoy monitoring the success of the admissions recruitment cycle from the initial contact to the student’s first day on campus.

3. DiScenza Retires; To Investigate Judicial Conduct -

The federal prosecutor whose job was to investigate corruption among elected officials is going to be investigating the conduct of judges.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Tim DiScenza announced this week that he is retiring after 33 years as a federal prosecutor at the end of June.

4. Election Day Arrives for State, House District Seats -

Today is Election Day for voters in parts of East Memphis, Bartlett, Cordova and Germantown. Polls in those areas are open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

On the ballot are the last two elections of 2009 and the latest in a series of changes to the Shelby County Legislative Delegation and to the Tennessee Legislature.

5. TennCare Issues Show Just Where Government’s Priorities Lie -

When government runs amok and its cogs begin grinding up the citizens it's supposed to serve, there’s got to be a last resort. In the case of the slipups chronicled in this week’s cover story, they’re called state senators and representatives.

6. Stanley’s Fall Illustrates Underside Of Legislative Environment -

Former state Sen. Paul Stanley isn’t the first state legislator to lose his way after snagging a seat on Capitol Hill, and he won’t be the last.

7. Stanley’s Rise – and Fall -

Paul Stanley is a political result of the conservative backlash that with the 1994 mid-term elections gave the GOP majorities in the U.S. House and Senate for the first time since Dwight Eisenhower was president.

8. Former Sen. Bowers Begins Prison Sentence -

MEMPHIS (AP) - Former state Sen. Kathryn Bowers of Memphis has begun serving her federal prison sentence for bribery.

Bowers reported Monday afternoon to a federal prison camp at Greenville, Ill. She pleaded guilty to accepting bribes during an FBI investigation called Tennessee Waltz that led to convictions of five former state lawmakers.

9. State Rep. Rowe Dies of Cancer Wed. -

State Rep. Gary Rowe, the chairman of the Shelby County legislative delegation, died Wednesday of cancer at Baptist Memorial Hospital Memphis.

State House Speaker Jimmy Naifeh announced Rowe's sudden death after a "short battle with cancer" as the legislature was in session Wednesday.

10. State Rep. Rowe Dies of Cancer -

State Rep. Gary Rowe, the chairman of the Shelby County legislative delegation, died early today of cancer at Baptist Memorial Hospital Memphis.

State House Speaker Jimmy Naifeh announced Rowe’s sudden death after a “short battle with cancer” as the legislature was in session.

11. Bowers Receives 16-Month Prison Sentence -

She came to federal court on Valentine's Day wearing red - her hair a slightly different shade of red than her jacket. Some of her supporters wore red as well and carried homemade signs with hearts on them.

12. Bowers Sentenced to 16 Months in Waltz Case -

Former State Sen. Kathryn Bowers was sentenced to one year and four months in prison by U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Breen Thursday after pleading guilty this summer to one bribery count. Bowers admitted taking $11,500 in bribes during an undercover FBI sting operation named Tennessee Waltz.

13. Bowers Sentenced to 16 Months in Waltz Case -

Former State Sen. Kathryn Bowers was sentenced to one year and four months in prison by U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Breen this afternoon after pleading guilty this summer to one bribery count. Bowers admitted taking $11,500 in bribes during an undercover FBI sting operation named Tennessee Waltz.

14. Bowers to Be Sentenced Today -

Former state Sen. Kathryn Bowers is due in Memphis federal court this afternoon to be sentenced for taking bribes in the Tennessee Waltz corruption sting.

The hearing comes after Bowers pleaded guilty in July to one count of bribery. By then Bowers had given up the Senate seat she held for only 15 days before she was charged with extortion and bribery in 2005. The guilty plea and resignation from the legislature as well as her post of chairman of the local Democratic Party ended a public life that spanned more than 30 years, starting with service on the Shelby County Election Commission and including five full terms in the state House.

15. Kathryn BowersSentencing Delayed -      The sentencing of former state Sen. Kathryn Bowers on corruption charges has been delayed to Feb. 14.
     U.S. District Judge Daniel Breen ordered the delay last week at the request of defe

16. Latest Waltz Defendant Receives Probation -

It has finally happened in a Tennessee Waltz case. When former state Sen. Ward Crutchfield of Chattanooga was sentenced last week, his attorney and his friends tried to minimize what he did wrong. They did it in a way that none of the other five former lawmakers who have been sentenced have tried.

17. Crutchfield Avoids Jail Time, Gets 2 Years Probation -

Former state Sen. Ward Crutchfield of Chattanooga avoided jail time Thursday and was instead sentenced to two years probation for taking a bribe in the Tennessee Waltz corruption sting.

In Memphis federal court, U.S. District Judge Daniel Breen cited the poor health of the 79-year-old veteran legislator and former attorney in sentencing him to probation.

18. Catron Case Sparked Waltz Investigation, DiScenza Says -

Darrell Catron is a railroad conductor these days. He works outside a lot and told a federal judge this week that he doesn't miss working in an office "like I used to do."

It was a change he was forced to make nearly five years ago when he pleaded guilty to a federal corruption charge. The case involved bogus consulting contracts with the Juvenile Court Clerk's office worth approximately $50,000. It was also what Assistant U.S. Attorney Tim DiScenza described at Catron's sentencing hearing as the "genesis" of the Tennessee Waltz corruption sting.

19. Catron Sentenced to 18 Months' Probation, Eight Months of Electronic Monitoring -

Darrell Catron, a former employee of the Juvenile Court Clerk's office, was sentenced to 18 months' probation Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Jon P. McCalla.

Catron pleaded guilty in 2003 to a "criminal information" accusing him of defrauding the clerk's office. A criminal information is a legal procedure in which a defendant is charged and pleads guilty simultaneously.

20. Catron Sentenced to 18 Months Probation, Eight Months of Electronic Monitoring - Darrell Catron, a former employee of the Juvenile Court Clerk’s office, was sentenced to 18 months probation today by U.S. District Judge Jon P. McCalla.

Catron pleaded guilty in 2003 to a “criminal information” accusing him of defrauding the clerk’s office. A criminal information is a legal procedure in which a defendant is charged and pleads guilty simultaneously.

21. Health Benefits Continue for 4 Waltz-Convicted Legislators -
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) - State health insurance benefits will continue at no additional cost for four of the five former legislators convicted in the Tennessee Waltz bribery sting, records show.

22. Ford Sentenced To Five Years And Six Months -

Former state Sen. John Ford was sentenced Tuesday to five years and six months in prison for taking $55,000 in bribes from undercover FBI agents in the main chapter of the Tennessee Waltz corruption sting.

23. Ethics Reforms Didn't Take Away Lobbyists' Power, Bredesen Says -
NASHVILLE (AP) - More than a year after lawmakers passed stricter ethics and disclosure laws, lobbyists still hold tremendous power over the legislative process, Gov. Phil Bredesen said.

The new ethics laws - approved in early 2006 after an FBI corruption investigation - took much of the money out of the relationship between lobbyist and lawmaker, but lobbyists still do plenty to craft and influence legislation.

24. Tenn. Waltz Changed Culture For Many at State Capitol -

NASHVILLE (AP) - A comprehensive ethics law passed in the wake of a federal investigation into corruption in state government that netted five sitting or former lawmakers has done much to change the atmosphere at the state Capitol.

25. Tenn. Waltz Changed Culture for Many at State Capitol -
NASHVILLE (AP) - A comprehensive ethics law passed in the wake of a federal investigation into corruption in state government that netted five sitting or former lawmakers has done much to change the atmosphere at the state Capitol.

26. Bowers Pleads Guilty to Bribery -

Former state Sen. Kathryn Bowers, D-Memphis, pleaded guilty Monday to one count of bribery. In the plea deal, federal prosecutors agreed to drop five extortion counts after sentencing, which is scheduled for Oct. 24 before U.S. District Court Judge J. Daniel Breen.

27. Tennessee Waltz Keeps DancingWith Latest Guilty Pleas -      Federal prosecutors are closing in on a clean sweep in convictions of state lawmakers charged in the Tennessee Waltz corruption scandal.
     State Sen. Ward Crutchfield pleaded guilty to bri

28. Crutchfield ExpectedTo Change Plea in Tenn. Waltz -      State Sen. Ward Crutchfield was expected to change his plea Thursday in his federal corruption case just days before he was scheduled to go to trial.
     It was not clear what Crutchfield's

29. Richardson, Wicker Advance in District 89 Primaries -

Jeanne Richardson and Dave Wicker Jr. advanced Thursday to a July 17 general election showdown for the State House District 89 seat.

Richardson won the Democratic primary and Wicker captured the Republican primary in the low turnout special elections. Only 1,178 of the district's 33,000 registered voters cast ballots either on election day or during early voting.

30. Faith — Oops! — Ford No More -

One of my biggest stumbling blocks since childhood has been placing people on pedestals on which they clearly don't belong - "clearly" to everyone but me, that is.

I can't count the times I've built someone up to be a hero only to find that he or she is seriously flawed. Or realized that person has more vices than Swiss cheese has holes. Or stubbornly concentrated on an individual's good qualities while studiously ignoring (or excusing) the bad.

31. Michael Hooks Sr.Receives His Sentence -      Former Shelby County Commissioner Michael Hooks Sr. was sentenced to two years and two months of federal imprisonment for his role in the Tennessee Waltz public corruption investigation.
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32. Bowers Exits Senate Race, Cites Poor Health, Not Indictment -      When voters head to the polls in November to choose a candidate to represent them in state Senate District 33, Kathryn Bowers, D-Memphis, no longer will be one of the choices.
     Citing he

33. Some Wins, Some LossesIn Thursday's Election Game -      Like all elections, the results of the Aug. 3 election ushered some new faces into office and brought back some familiar faces.
     In the race for Shelby County mayor, A C Wharton Jr. overw

34. Archived Article: Digest - BGK Finances Properties

BGK Finances Properties

Across Tennessee

BGK Tennessee Office Associates LP has financed five properties in Tennessee through IDS Life Insurance Co. for $11.8 million. The portfolio includes single-story office build...

35. Archived Article: Digest - INDICTMENTS HERE

Lawmaker Indictments Bring

Reaction From Wharton

Thursdays indictment of seven Tennessee politicians has brought reactions from local officials. A two-year FBI sting dubbed Tennessee Waltz ended with bribery charges against...

36. Archived Article: Digest - Memphis Lawmakers Among

Memphis Lawmakers Among

Seven Arrested in Bribery Sting

Three Memphians were among seven indicted Thursday after a two-year federal investigation. State Sens. Kathryn Bowers and John Ford and former state Sen. Roscoe...

37. Archived Article: Events - The Tennessee Economic Council on Women, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and Southwest Tennessee Co

The Tennessee Economic Council on Women, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and Southwest Tenne...

38. Archived Article: Events - The Memphis Area Association of Realtors presents a speed networking breakfast MAAR 2

The Memphis Area Association of Realtors presents a speed networking breakfast, MAAR 2.0: The Next Generation of Leaders, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Friday at th...

39. Archived Article: Events - The Collierville Chamber of Commerce holds a membership dinner meeting at 6:30 p

The Collierville Chamber of Commerce hosts a general membership dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. today at Woodland Hills, 10000 Woodland Hills Drive. Bart Star, NFL Hall ...

40. Archived Article: This Week - AC Wharton Hosts a Town Hall Meeting

Shelby County Hosts Tsunami Relief Benefit

Feb. 8

The Shelby County Soil Conservation District Board meets at 1:30 p.m. at the district office at the Agricenter, 7777 Walnut Grove Road. Call 544-0228, Ex...

41. Archived Article: Law Focus - Amnesty runs out for no insurance offenders

Amnesty runs out for no-insurance offenders

By MARY DANDO

The Daily News

Beginning this week, driving without insurance could cost violators at least $136.75 in court costs as Memphis police of...

42. Archived Article: Real Focus - After-the-Fact Referral Fees   Legislation before the state General Assembly would limit when referral fees can be requested from real estate agents By Doug Collins Special to The Daily News Imagine you are a salesperson who has spent many hour...

43. Archived Article: Back-thda - THDA allocates funds THDA allocates funds to city and county The city of Memphis was allocated $843,000 from the Tennessee Housing Development Agencys HOUSE (Housing Opportunities Using State Encouragement) entitlement program and Shelby County was ...

44. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - A coalition of public, private and non-profit organizations are joining forces with neighborhood volunteers for the BellSouth Day of Community Healing, organized by Hands on Memphis and presented by the city of Memphis, Memphis/Shelby County Crime C...

45. Archived Article: Tenncare Children - 1-16-97 TennCare children.gs Children Extending TennCare TennCare opens enrollment to uninsured children as legislators design consumer health care legislation By GABRIELLE C.L. SONGE The Daily News All uninsured children who live in Tennessee will ...

46. Archived Article: Box - 1-17-97 box.gs 1-17-97 box This week nine state legislators throughout the nation are introducing consumer health care legislation in their respective states. Tennessee Rep. Kathryn Bowers is one of nine members of a bi-partisan task force that has ...

47. Archived Article: Calendar - Oct Oct. 14 The Sales Forum of Memphis will meet at noon at Andertons restaurant, 1901 Madison Ave. For reservations, call Lucy Formby at 323-4304. Professional Secretaries International will meet at 6 p.m. at the Memphis Marriott, 2625 Thousand Oak...

48. Archived Article: Govt Briefs - The League of Women Voters of Memphis/Shelby County and the Memphis section of the National Council of Jewish Women will sponsor two state legislative candidates forum on Tuesday at 7 p The League of Women Voters of Memphis/Shelby County and the Mem...