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1. Work Begins on Big River Crossing -

Work began Monday, Nov. 10, on the Harahan Bridge boardwalk in a Downtown conference room as the contractor on the $17.5 million project, OCCI Inc. of Fulton, Mo., met with city leaders and explained the construction plan to come for what is now called the “Big River Crossing.”

2. Groundbreaking Held for Arkansas Steel Mill -

Officials say a new $1.3 billion steel mill will be an economic boon for northeastern Arkansas.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Monday morning near Osceola for the Big River Steel mill, which is expected to bring about 2,000 temporary construction jobs and 500 full-time jobs once it is up and running.

3. Nucor Steel Files Arkansas Lawsuit Over Steel Mill -

Nucor Steel has filed a lawsuit in federal court in an attempt to block a competitor from opening a mill in a northeastern Arkansas county.

The Nucor lawsuit filed Monday in Jonesboro seeks to block Big River Steel from building its $1.3 billion steel mill south of Osceola that would employ more than 500 workers, the Blytheville Courier News reported. It also seeks the revocation of Big River Steel’s air permit and requests civil penalties against company.

4. Nucor Steel Files Arkansas Lawsuit Over Steel Mill -

OSCEOLA, Ark. (AP) – Nucor Steel has filed a lawsuit in federal court in an attempt to block a competitor from opening a mill in a northeastern Arkansas county.

The Nucor lawsuit filed Monday in Jonesboro seeks to block Big River Steel from building its $1.3 billion steel mill south of Osceola that would employ more than 500 workers, the Blytheville Courier News reported. It also seeks the revocation of Big River Steel's air permit and requests civil penalties against company.

5. Across the River -

The Arkansas land between the bridges across the Mississippi River at Memphis doesn’t have a name, at least not yet.

If graffiti is any indication, lots of people go there. And they cross numerous boundaries on dirt and gravel roads and paths that can end abruptly and are posted with “no trespassing” signs and other warnings as well as railroad video cameras.

6. County Judge Sees Arkansas Mill Work by Mid-June -

Mississippi County should see construction of a $1.1 billion steel mill begin by early summer now that an administrative law judge has rejected a challenge to the plant’s air-quality permit, the county’s chief administrative officer said.

7. Industrial Revolution -

Frank C. Pidgeon Industrial Park was completed in 1967, but it’s only now, four-plus decades later, that the property is finally realizing its full potential.

The 3,500-acre industrial park was developed when Memphis and Shelby County paid roughly $4.5 million to buy the land in the late 1950s after city, county and Port Commission leaders saw the need for a large industrial park following the creation of Presidents Island.

8. Supplier Meeting Set for Northeast Arkansas Steel Mill -

A meeting is set for companies interested in acting as suppliers to a $1.1 billion steel mill planned for Northeast Arkansas.

The gathering is to run from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday at Arkansas Northeastern College in Blytheville.

9. Arkansas Officials to Meet Tribe About Indian Site -

Officials in Arkansas are to meet with the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma to discuss a recently discovered Indian village in northeast Arkansas where a $1.1 billion steel mill is to be built.

A tribal spokesman says next Wednesday’s meeting in Osceola will be with Arkansas and Mississippi County economic development officials and the state archaeologist. Officials say the meeting will not be open out of concern that publicizing the location of the site could lead to plundering.

10. Lasting Impression -

Matthew Snape was working for a blacksmith in his native United Kingdom when he got the opportunity to do a demonstration at the Metal Museum.

“I fancied coming back,” said Snape, 34. “I felt like it was time for a change, and I was fortunate enough to get it, and here I am.”

11. Harahan Bridge Project Plans Nearing Completion -

Design work on the “Main to Main Connector” project is at the halfway point. And the city team overseeing the project is due to complete plans by the end of May to trigger a $15 million appropriation of federal funding in June.

12. Arkansas Legislature Passes Steel Mill Funding -

Arkansas is set to provide a new steel company with $125 million in financing and a package of tax breaks to build a mill in the northeast part of the state after the Legislature gave final approval to the plan on Tuesday.

13. Osceola Kicks in $2 Million for Big River Steel -

The city of Osceola is the latest governmental body to approve incentives for the planned $1.1 billion Big River Steel mill in Northeast Arkansas.

The Blytheville Courier News reports (http://bit.ly/Yzo3CX ) that the Osceola City Council approved $2 million last week for the new steel mill.

14. Arkansas Legislature Approves Steel Mill Funding -

Arkansas is set to provide a new steel company with $125 million in financing and a package of tax breaks to build a mill in the northeast part of the state after the Legislature gave final approval to the plan on Tuesday.

15. Arkansas Steel Mill Proposal Gains Traction -

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – Gov. Mike Beebe's plan to provide $125 million in state financing to help a new company build a steel mill in Mississippi County is gaining bipartisan support among legislators – though some conservatives still object to having the government help fund one of Arkansas' largest economic development projects.

16. Big River Steel CEO Hopes for Fall Groundbreaking -

The developer behind a planned $1.1 billion steel mill in Northeast Arkansas says he hopes to break ground on the project this fall if everything goes as planned.

The Legislature still needs to approve $125 million in state financing for the proposed Big River Steel mill to be built near Osceola.

17. Big River Steel CEO Hopes for Fall Groundbreaking -

The developer behind a planned $1.1 billion steel mill in Northeast Arkansas says he hopes to break ground on the project this fall if everything goes as planned.

The Legislature still needs to approve $125 million in state financing for the proposed Big River Steel mill to be built near Osceola.

18. Panel Approves $14.5 Million for Big River Steel Mill -

The Mississippi County Planning and Development Committee has signed off on $14.5 million in funding for the proposed $1.1 billion Big River Steel mill to be built near Osceola, Ark.

The committee approved a resolution Tuesday to appropriate the money from the county’s economic development tax. The measure still needs approval from the county’s finance committee and the full quorum court.

19. Arkansas Governor Announces $1.1 Billion Steel Mill Plan -

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – Gov. Mike Beebe on Tuesday unveiled Arkansas' largest ever economic development project, saying investors were poised to build a $1.1 billion steel mill along the Mississippi River if legislators approve startup funding.

20. Thundering Across America -

ON THIS CROSSING, EVERY STEP RESONATES. In the big bubble-shaped cars of the 1940’s, the space – the shelf, if you will – between the back seat and the rear window was roughly the size of Overton Park, a place for picnic baskets, hatboxes, shopping bags and babies. For me. No baby seats. No seat belts. The only things that would keep me from flying into the front seat and beyond would be the sure hands of my brothers in the back seat, and I’m pretty sure they’d be watching out for themselves.

21. A Year After Floods, Shippers Face low Miss. River -

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A year after the Mississippi River swelled to near-historic proportions and flooded farms and homes from Illinois to Louisiana, the level along the waterway's southern half is so low that cargo barges have run aground and their operators have been forced to lighten their loads.

22. Metal Museum Kicks Into Busy Season -

The start of summer is a busy time of year for the Metal Museum, 374 Metal Museum Drive, which has bragging rights to some of the Bluff City’s most magnificent views of the Mississippi River.

23. Millington Company Provides Key Supply Chain Link -

Much of the shoptalk in logistics is about the journey goods make by roads and rail and jet and by river or sea.

But another critical distance is much shorter. It is the movement of goods into containers and from one mode of transportation to another and at the beginning and end of the longer journey.

24. 2 Centuries After New Madrid Quakes, What's Next? -

MEMPHIS (AP) – The United States was still a young nation when three major earthquakes rocked the central Mississippi River valley in the winter of 1811-1812.

Chimneys fell, the earth heaved and church bells rang hundreds of miles away, set off by the powerful vibrations from what is now called the New Madrid Seismic Zone. As farmland rolled and shuddered, the shock waves spread as far as New York and the Carolinas.

25. Harahan Boardwalk Backers Plan Return to Omaha -

The Memphis group working with Union Pacific Corp. to build a bike and pedestrian boardwalk across the Mississippi River will be at the railroad’s Omaha, Neb., headquarters next month.

26. A Bridge to Cross -

Martyrs Park sits atop the Chickasaw Bluff and overlooks the Mississippi River, its lone modern sculpture a memorial to victims of the 19th century Yellow Fever epidemics that devastated Memphis from the 1850s through the 1870s.

27. Bass Pro and Beyond -

"Adaptive reuse” is the term for what city leaders hope will happen at The Pyramid.

Throw in the Mid-South Fairgrounds and the Beale Street Landing projects, though, and “adaptive reuse” seems inadequate to define what is happening among the three concepts.

28. Connecting to the City -

Memphis will spend up to $1.9 million to stabilize a riverbank so a historic site, living museum and one of the city’s best spots for catching summer breezes can be protected.

Carissa Hussong, the executive director of the National Ornamental Metal Museum, welcomes the investment, but there’s another big item on her wish list. She wants this city-owned property, cutoff from Downtown by Interstate 55, reconnected to the municipal street grid.

29. Business Showcases Green Rehab of Downtown Space -

The building is nondescript, but the door is the real attention-getter at the new Downtown headquarters of Big River Engineering and Manufacturing.

Built of mahogany boards, the sliding door is solid, tall and handsome.

30. Port Honor Shows ‘What Memphis Is About’ -

Donald McCrory hadn’t heard that the International Port of Memphis would be featured this summer by the U.S. Custom House Guide as its “Port of the Month,” but he wasn’t surprised by the news either.

31. Trucks Bring Heavy Impact To Roadways -

Trucks pump life into Memphis every day with the shipments they drop off or pick up, each rig representing big dollar signs for the local economy as they filter in and out of warehouses.

But the heft of some trucks' loads might actually be a burden on the city's infrastructure. Overweight trucks are taking a toll on roads and bridges across the nation, officials told the Associated Press earlier this month.

32. New Canadian Rail Route Promises More Loot for Memphis -

Business moving from the United States to other countries isn't pleasant news for local economies. But when freight begins moving to Canada instead of Long Beach, Calif., it will be music to the ears of many Memphians.

33. Archived Article: Lead - New Residential Helps Downtowns South End Grow

South Downtown Gets More New Homes

New construction blends with old in growing district

LANCE ALLAN

The Daily News

Downtowns South Central Business Improvement District, which has already...

34. Archived Article: Tunica (lead) - Tunica On a Roll

Tunica County Set for More Growth

Memphis to benefit from resort areas growing draw

ANNE MANNING

The Daily News

Twenty-four hour golf, a duffers dream come true.

The regulation 18-hole course will be entirely indoo...