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1. Bill to Repeal Tennessee Motorcycle Helmet Law Fails -

NASHVILLE (AP) – The latest effort to get rid of Tennessee's motorcycle helmet requirement has failed in a Senate committee.

The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday voted 6-5 against the measure sponsored by Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville.

2. Tennessee Senate Passes Switchblade Knife Bill -

The state Senate has passed a bill to legalize switchblades and other knives with blades longer than 4 inches in Tennessee.

The chamber voted 24-1 on Monday to approve the bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville.

3. Tenn. Bill to Protect Outdoorsmen From Drones -

A proposal that would prohibit the use of drones to conduct video surveillance of outdoorsmen in Tennessee without their permission has passed the Senate.

The measure, sponsored by Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville, was unanimously approved 31-0 on Thursday.

4. Tennessee Bill to Protect Outdoorsmen From Drones -

A proposal that would prohibit the use of drones to conduct video surveillance of outdoorsmen in Tennessee without their permission has passed the Senate.

The measure, sponsored by Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville, was unanimously approved 31-0 on Thursday.

5. Wedding Services Bill Sparks Opposition -

Two Tennessee lawmakers have proposed a bill that would protect wedding-related businesses from lawsuits if they refuse to provide services based on religious beliefs.

Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville and Knoxville Rep. Bill Dunn are sponsoring the proposal.

6. Wedding Services Bill Dead This Session -

NASHVILLE (AP) – A proposal to protect wedding-related businesses from lawsuits if they refuse to provide services to same-sex couples is dead for the session after being withdrawn from a Senate committee on Tuesday.

7. Wedding Services Bill Sparks Opposition -

Two Tennessee lawmakers have proposed a bill that would protect wedding-related businesses from lawsuits if they refuse to provide services based on religious beliefs.

Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville and Knoxville Rep. Bill Dunn are sponsoring the proposal.

8. Study: Pentagon Could Cuts Thousands of Employees -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Defense Department could shed 60,000 more troops than planned and 50,000 civilian employees without hurting U.S. fighting power, four former members of the Pentagon's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a new report on military strategy and spending.

9. Schools Transportation Director Retires -

Schools Transportation Director Retires

BILL DRIES

bdries@memphisdailynews.com

The director of transportation for the countywide school system, Debbie Rike, resigned Wednesday, Aug. 14, capping a week and a half of significant transportation problems for the new school district.

10. Learning Curve -

When the first day of the first school year of the unified county school system opened Monday, Aug. 5, a group of school board members, staff and interim superintendent Dorsey Hopson stopped at Millington Middle School.

11. Student Achievement Takes Focus as School Starts -

When Shelby County public schools open Monday, Aug. 5, the leaders of the unified school district hope it will shift the civic discussion about public education in a different direction than it has taken in the last two and a half years.

12. State Rules Get Tighter Scrutiny -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Gov. Bill Haslam took office with a 45-day freeze on implementing any new government rules.

Since that time, the administration is using less dramatic and less direct ways of affecting the bureaucratic regulatory process.

13. Commission Pushes Back Seismic Standards Date -

The Shelby County Commission approved Monday, June 17, a set of three ordinances on third and final reading Monday that push back the effective date for new seismic measures for new home construction and renovations of existing buildings until the end of 2013.

14. Grocery Gadgetry -

Kroger’s Memphis-area shoppers might not have noticed, but the supermarket chain is paying more attention to them these days.

The high-tech proof doesn’t necessarily call attention to itself, but that’s not to say it’s not hidden, either. Television screens mounted near the front of its Memphis stores are a product of Kroger making a big investment a few years ago in new infrared camera technology.

15. New Common Core Standards Raise Questions in Tennessee -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Proponents of a new set of uniform benchmarks for math and reading say they're needed to better prepare students for college and the workforce, but critics of the measures contend they don't know enough about them and are concerned about the federal government's involvement.

16. Watered Down Switchblade Bill Goes to Governor -

A watered down version of a proposal that originally sought to lift a ban on switchblades and knives with blades longer than 4 inches is headed to the governor for his consideration.

The Senate voted 27-4 last week to concur with the House version, which does away with those two provisions, but it still removes the power of local governments to make their own knife regulations.

17. Tennessee House Passes Watered Down Switchblade Bill -

NASHVILLE (AP) – The state House has passed a watered down version of a bill that originally would have lifted a ban on switchblades and knives with blades longer than 4 inches.

As amended under a bill passed 77-18 on Tuesday, the measure does away with those two provisions, but it still removes the power of local governments to make their own knife regulations.

18. School Security Bill Advancing in Legislature -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Proponents of a measure that allows school districts to hire individuals with prior law enforcement experience say it's a needed option for financially strapped schools.

19. Health Care Challenge -

To cap off National Public Health Week, The Daily News held an in-depth discussion about health care reform and the daunting task of trying to digest and comprehend the new Affordable Care Act, which encompasses more than 2,800 pages of law and more than 100,000 pages of regulations and rules.

20. Seminar Will Highlight US Health Reform -

The Affordable Care Act provides incentives for the U.S. health care system to integrate care across the entire care continuum – from acute care to outpatient care to better provide care for patients.

21. Q: Is That Capitol Sink for Muslims? A: No, Mops -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Sometimes a mop sink is just a mop sink.

Building managers and legislative staffers have sought to reassure some concerned Tennessee lawmakers that recent renovations at the state Capitol did not install special facilities for Muslims to wash their feet before praying.

22. Bill to OK Riding Without Helmet Advances -

NASHVILLE (AP) – A proposal to do away with the state's motorcycle helmet law passed a Senate panel on Wednesday despite Gov. Bill Haslam's opposition.

The proposal sponsored by Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville was approved 6-3 in the Senate Transportation Committee.

23. Daily News Seminar Highlights Affordable Care Act -

Beginning in October, millions of Americans will be able to shop for health insurance through newly created health care exchanges dubbed the Health Insurance Marketplace.

This is also a critical period for businesses of all sizes as they navigate the 2010 Affordable Care Act and their responsibilities under the new law. The law requires employers with more than 50 employees to pay a fee if they don’t provide affordable coverage to their employees, while smaller firms are exempt from the employer responsibility requirements.

24. Highway Patrol Assigns Helicopter to West Tennessee -

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is assigning a helicopter and pilot to support law enforcement efforts in West Tennessee.

Department of Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons and THP Col. Tracy Trott said Friday that the helicopter will enhance public safety by increasing response time to incidents in the western areas of the state.

25. Bill to Lift Switchblade Ban Passes Senate -

NASHVILLE (AP) – The Senate has approved legislation that seeks to lift Tennessee's ban on switchblades.

The proposal sponsored by Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville was approved 27-3 on Thursday. The companion bill is scheduled to be heard next week in the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee.

26. Brothers to Open Brewery on Broad -

A new craft brewery is coming to one of Memphis’ up-and-coming areas – the Broad Avenue Historic District.

Wiseacre Brewing Co., a concept from brothers Kellan Bartosch and Davin Bartosch, has leased 13,000 square feet at 2783 Broad Ave. and is planning to open by late 2013. They chose the old warehouse for its “big open space” and the Binghampton neighborhood for its community appeal.

27. Arkansas House Panel Approves Whistleblower Rewards -

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – An Arkansas House panel has approved a measure allowing state employees to receive an award if they expose waste and inefficiencies that lead to savings for the state.

28. Spirited Debate -

The accessibility of wine for Tennessee residents could soon increase tenfold. 

State Sen. Bill Ketron, R-Murfreesboro, and state Rep. Jon Lundberg, R-Bristol, introduced on Thursday, Jan. 31, their bills – SB0837 and HB0610, respectively – to end the exclusive right of liquor stores to sell wine in Tennessee.

29. Sandy Hook Lives to Be Remembered -

The 26 children and adults who died at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut last week will be remembered locally Friday, Dec. 21, with several ceremonies.

30. AutoZone Income Rises 7.4 Percent -

Memphis-based auto parts retailer AutoZone Inc. is in a rare club among publicly traded retail companies: It’s in a position to rack up strong same-store sales and earnings per share growth regardless of the economic cycle.

31. Judge Hints at Path of Voter ID Challenge -

The Nashville federal court judge who turned down the city of Memphis’ second request to use photo library cards as voter identification said the city’s legal theories in the opening rounds of what became a larger case this week were “not a model of clarity.”

32. Raleigh Office Complex Sold To Local Entity -

An office complex in Raleigh has traded hands after being under the same family ownership for more than 30 years.

Commercial Real Estate Network LLC, a local investor, has purchased the 40,756-square-foot Raleigh Center Office Complex at 2974 Austin Peay Highway from Charles R. Averwater Living Trust for $299,000.

33. Millington Candidates File for August Election -

The field for Millington mayor in that city’s Aug. 2 nonpartisan general election is three candidates following last week’s filing deadline.

It includes former Mayor Terry Jones, who lost a re-election bid four years ago to Richard Hodges; Kenneth Uselton and Debra Sigee.

34. TDN Seminar to Focus on Health Care Reform -

Friday, March 23, marks the second anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act, whose complexities continue to leave many business owners confused.

Even many professionals who consult with small businesses regarding policies and employee benefits are struggling to keep up with the numerous changes being implemented by health care reform.

35. Celebration of Creativity -

The gold-plated columns and crystal chandeliers of The Cadre Building were right in line with the American Advertising Federation Memphis’ 2012 ADDY Awards ceremony, themed “Hustle + Workflow.”

All “pimps, players and winners” that produced the best in local advertising and all of the disciplines associated with it were recognized Saturday, Feb. 25, in the historic Downtown building at 149 Monroe Ave., with the tagline, “Damn, it feels good to be a winner.”

36. ADDY Awards Highlight Ad Industry's Top Work -

The gold-plated columns and crystal chandeliers of The Cadre Building were right in line with the American Advertising Federation Memphis’ 2012 ADDY Awards ceremony, themed “Hustle + Workflow.”

37. Smith Has Full Plate as 2012 MBA Prez -

The new president of the Memphis Bar Association said a hot topic in the coming year will be how appellate judges are selected.

Some of the debate about changing the process from one of appointment by the governor followed by the next scheduled retention election will come from Nashville, where the Tennessee Legislature will consider bills to change that.

38. Costs, Alignments Dominate Health Care Conversation -

The local and national trend of health care systems aligning with physicians groups emerged as the primary topic of discussion Thursday, Nov. 10, at the Business of Health Care Seminar, presented by The Daily News at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1934 Poplar Ave.

39. TDN Seminar to Examine State of Health Care -

The health care industry is an economic driver in Memphis, where hospitals, health care providers and biotechnology companies employ one out of every seven workers.

On Thursday, Nov. 10, a panel of local experts will discuss the health care sector’s current state and future forecast at The Daily News Business of Health Care Seminar, which begins at 3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1934 Poplar Ave.

40. Agape Launches GED Pilot Program -

The Bluff City has been an active player in the Talent Dividend, an initiative to increase the number of college graduates in the Memphis Metropolitan area by 1 percent over the next five years, which could generate a $1 billion annual increase in personal income.

41. Business: It’s About Time -

Time is currency and never more so than in small business. How you and your employees use it may determine success or failure. It is instructive to note Bill Gates and Fred Smith had the same 24 hours in the day as us. They have global businesses. We have certain areas of Shelby County.

42. Tenn. has Troubled History With Medical Examiners -

NASHVILLE (AP) – The court battle to get records of beleaguered former Knox County medical examiner Sandra Elkins provides another glimpse into Tennessee's storied history with some of its top death investigators.

43. Q3 Profit, Sales Up for AutoZone -

Memphis-based auto parts retailer AutoZone Inc. turned in a strong fiscal third quarter, despite concerns about whether higher gas prices and bad weather in parts of the country would lead customers to drive their cars less – and thus need to swap out parts less often.

44. Events -

Healthy Memphis Common Table will meet Monday from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Racquet Club of Memphis, 5111 Sanderlin Ave. Dr. Bonnie L. Zell will speak on the topic “How Collaboration Can Improve the Health and Health Care of Memphis and Shelby County.” For more information, contact Simi Atolagbe at 273-2693 or simi.atolagbe@healthymemphis.org.

45. Special Coverage: Mid-South Flooding -

Coverage of the rising waters in the Memphis area

Police Manually Checking Memphis River Gauge

The gauge that is the official measurement of the Mississippi River at Memphis has been on the blink since last week as the river has approached historic levels.

46. Rogers Named Director Of Germantown Athletic Club -

Phil Rogers has joined Germantown Athletic Club as director. Rogers will oversee all daily operations of the club.

Hometown: West Danville, Vt.

Education: B.S. in Exercise Science, University of Mississippi

47. Bid to Eliminate Tenn. Motorcycle Helmet Law Fails -

NASHVILLE (AP) – The latest effort to rescind Tennessee's motorcycle helmet law for adult riders has failed for the year.

Republican Sen. Mike Bell of Riceville asked the Senate Transportation Committee on Wednesday to place his measure on the panel's first calendar of next year's legislative session.

48. Tenn. Bill to Protect Employers Allowing Guns -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Republican Sen. Mike Bell says he's optimistic about the passage of a proposal that would provide liability protection for employers who choose to allow guns to be carried in their work place.

49. Halmon New Vice Chair of Responsibility Board -

Memphis attorney Clarence Halmon of Archibald & Halmon is the new vice chairman of the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility. Halmon was appointed by the Tennessee Supreme Court along with Nashville attorney Lela M. Hollabaugh, who will be chairman for the next year.

50. Air Park Property Sells For $730,000 -

Crump Commercial LLC recently closed on a property at 3850 Air Park St., a deal that has been in the works for about six months.

51. Yum CEO: No 'Quick Fix' at KFC in US -

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – The recipe for a turnaround is proving elusive at KFC, the chain made famous by the secret mix of herbs and spices coating its Original Recipe chicken.

A day after KFC posted an 8 percent quarterly sales drop at U.S. restaurants open at least a year, the top executive of its parent company acknowledged that rejuvenating the ubiquitous brand will take time.

52. Sponsor of 'Health Freedom Act' Disputes AG Cost -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The sponsor of a proposal to allow Tennesseans to opt out of a new federal health care law said Wednesday that there shouldn't be a cost for legal action by the state's attorney general.

53. Government Goes High-Tech to Redesign $100 Bills -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The folks who print America's money have designed a high-tech makeover of the $100 bill. It's part of an effort to stay ahead of counterfeiters as technology becomes more sophisticated and more dollars flow overseas, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says.

54. Amended Tenn. Equal Custody Bill Advancing -

NASHVILLE (AP) - The amended version of a proposal to grant equal custody to divorced parents is once again advancing in the House.

The measure sponsored by Republican Rep. Mike Bell of Riceville was approved 7-3 in the House Children and Family Affairs Committee on Tuesday.

55. Tenn. House to Vote on 'Health Freedom Act' -

NASHVILLE (AP) - A bill seeking to allow Tennesseans to opt out of a new federal health care law is headed for a full House vote.

The House Commerce Committee voted 19-11 to advance the measure sponsored by Republican Rep. Mike Bell of Riceville.

56. House Sponsor to Revive Equal Custody Proposal -

NASHVILLE (AP) – The House sponsor of a proposal that sought to grant equal custody to divorced parents in Tennessee said Thursday he plans to revive an amended version after withdrawing it two days ago.

57. Bill to Give Tenn. Divorcees Equal Custody Dies -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A proposal to grant equal custody to divorced parents in Tennessee is likely dead this session after the sponsor withdrew it from a House panel on Tuesday.

Lawmakers hotly debated the measure sponsored by Rep. Mike Bell for weeks. But the Riceville Republican decided to withdraw the proposal from the House Children and Family Affairs Committee after an amendment was added that sought to give divorcees the "maximum time" possible with a child, instead of dividing the time equally.

58. AG Questions Constitutionality of 'Health Freedom' -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - State Attorney General Bob Cooper is questioning the constitutionality of a bill to allow Tennesseans to opt out of the new federal health care law.

59. Health Freedom Act Moves on to House Committee -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Scores cheered as Tennessee legislation that would require the state attorney general to mount a legal challenge to the massive federal health care overhaul progressed in the House on Wednesday.

60. Visible School Names Ellis To Modern Music Ministry Faculty -

Bill Ellis has been hired to the Visible School faculty in the Modern Music Ministry program.

Ellis will teach guitar, the history of pop music and hands-on courses in world music and ethnomusicology.

61. 1.3 Million to Lose Jobless Benefits by Year's End -

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jobless since January, Donald Money has already moved in with his elderly parents, stopped going to the movies and started using less of his prescription medication so it will last longer.

62. Higgins Named President, CEO At Barge Waggoner -

Robert B. Higgins Jr. has been named president and chief executive officer of engineering, architecture and planning for Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon Inc.

63. Bill to Give Equal Weight to Home School Diplomas in Tenn. -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Diplomas issued in home schools in Tennessee would have the same weight as those given by public schools under a proposal headed to the governor for his consideration.

64. State, Local Officials Differ On Living Wage Views -

Memphis City Council members this week were given the first annual report showing the impact of the city’s living wage ordinance. The news was positive in one sense and difficult to categorize in another.

65. Influence 1 Foundation Names Hartsfield COO -

Felicia Hartsfield has been named chief operating officer of Influence 1 Foundation.

Hartsfield will oversee the continued stability and growth of the foundation’s fiscal, strategic, organizational and operational functions. Her duties also will include building and maintaining relationships with community leaders, as well as creating collaborations, which will enhance the foundation’s strategic model.

66. Residency Decision Uncovers Underlying Attitudes -

It may have been the most important debate the Memphis City Council has had since the group of 13 took office in January. And it may affect the way council members see each other for quite some time.

67. Wall Street Soars as Government Pledges Bank Aid -

NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street snapped back from last week's devastating losses after major governments announced further steps to support the global banking system, including plans by the U.S. Treasury to buy stocks of some banks. All the major indexes rose more than 8 percent, and the Dow Jones industrials rose more than 700 points.

68. Breakdown of Bill Reflects Rift on Judicial Selection Process -

NASHVILLE (AP) - The rejection of a bill that would have made meetings of the Tennessee Judicial Selection Commission public has exposed a rift over the panel's future.

The bill being carried on behalf of Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen was struck down by a House subcommittee last week, with opponents saying that the board needs candor to properly interview judicial candidates.

69. Peeples Promoted to Administrator At Methodist Alliance Health Services -

Trip Peeples has been promoted to administrator for Methodist Alliance Health Services' Home Medical Equipment and Infusion division.

Peeples has been with Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare for seven years, most recently serving as corporate director of finance and reimbursement and interim chief financial officer for Methodist Extended Care Hospital.

70. Young Realtor Finds Quick Success Owning Her Own Franchise -

Amy S. Chapman began selling real estate when she was a sophomore at Christian Brothers University. She can recall having her classes interrupted by phone calls from clients.

"It was kind of interesting because at that time we had pagers, and of course cell phones too, but minutes were so expensive," she said.

71. TV or Oval Office? U of M Grad Thompson Faces Decision -

When Fred Dalton Thompson graduated from Lawrence County High School in 1960, his classmates probably didn't envision the gregarious, fun-loving son of a used-car salesman one day becoming the leader of the free world.

72. What Goes Down ... -

Sylvia Ford Brown - who's worked since 1988 as a Chapter 13 trustee in the Southern District of Georgia's bankruptcy court - was once on the short list for a bankruptcy judgeship in West Tennessee.

73. Where Population Grows, Crime Inevitably Follows -

In April 1997, an inmate at the Fayette County Jail in Somerville shot and killed a sheriff's deputy who had driven him from the jail to a dentist's appointment.

The inmate, Kennath Artez Henderson, now sits on death row, but the horror of the incident that took Deputy Tommy Bishop's life was a startling reminder of the danger lurking in Fayette County's system for transporting inmates.

74. Drowota Reflects on Receiving Award Named in His Honor -

The Tennessee Bar Association (TBA) recently honored former Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Frank F. Drowota III with its inaugural Justice Frank F. Drowota III Award for Outstanding Judicial Service. The TBA will present the award annually to a Tennessee judge who demonstrates outstanding and dedicated service to the bench and bar.

75. Oakland is Latest Focus in Fayette Boom -

So much new commercial development is pouring into Fayette County that in the town of Oakland, it reminds Myles Leifer of Noah's ark.

Leifer is the newly installed president of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce.

76. Cannon Center Hosts Thanksgiving Extravaganza -

Nov. 21

The Germantown Chamber of Commerce hosts a home tour meeting from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the chamber, located at 2195 S. Germantown Road. Call 755-1200 for more information.

77. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Rotary Club Presents Public Servant Awards

Rotary Club Names Public Servant Award Winners

The Rotary Club of Memphis East selected Shelby County District Attorney Bill Gibbons and chief administrative officer of the Shelby County Registers Off...

78. Archived Article: Gov - By Andy Meek

Local, State Leaders Consider Consolidation Issue

ANDY MEEK

The Daily News

In the complicated math of consolidation, adding one and one is about as easy as mixing oil and water.

Financial troubles plaguing Memphis and She...

79. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Crye-Leike CEO Named Secretary of International Organization

New Assistant District Attorneys Appointed

Shelby County District Attorney Bill Gibbons announced the reappointment of former assistant district attorney Ray Lepone and the appointme...

80. Archived Article: Newsmakers - MAAR Elects 2005 Officers

Womens Foundation Appoints Board Members

Rosie Phillips Bingham was appointed to chair the board of the Womens Foundation for a Greater Memphis for a two-year term. Newly appointed to the board were: Martha L. Perine ...

81. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Agricenter Gets New Director of Research

Agricenter Gets New Director of Research

Jamie Jenkins joined Agricenter International as director of research. Jenkins previously worked with the University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Service. ...

82. Archived Article: Mlgw (lead) - MLG&W pilots fuel cell at Gardens

MLGW to Test New Energy Source

Memphis Botanic Garden serves as fuel cell pilot site

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

When Memphis Light, Gas and Water officials were seeking a local site to install and...

83. Archived Article: Shelby Park (lead) - PlandsMore than 30 acres of vacant land is

Developers Keep Eye on Shelby Farms

New mixed-use development on tap for land near park

ANDREW Bell

The Daily News

Property surrounding one of the citys most popular recreation areas, Shelby ...

84. Archived Article: Special Report2 - New home construction pushes outwardly

Residential Growth Pushes Outward

More developers eye Fayette County for new home sites

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Shelby County residential construction continued at a robust pace during first q...

85. Archived Article: Gov Focus - Schools, low taxes still fuel Tipton

Schools, Low Taxes Fuel Tipton Growth

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

South Tipton County has seen a population explosion in the past 13 years, and it continues today with no end in sight.

Area official...

86. Archived Article: Tax (lead) - Danny Garrick, SPHR

Employers Weigh Budget Pros, Cons

County seeks to eliminate need for property tax hikes

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Memphis-area employers offered mixed reactions to a proposed fiscal 2005 budget unveiled this week ...

87. Archived Article: Lng (lead) - We are part of that

MLGW Looks to New Fuel Technology

Liquefied natural gas gains attention, still faces hurdles

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Further complicating the dynamics that dictate seasonal natural gas prices, a new kind of fuel...

88. Archived Article: Law Focus - Law

Statewide Program Develops Law Leaders

LANCE ALLAN

The Daily News

Seeing a need to develop leaders in the law field, John Tarpley also felt the need to do something about it.

As 2004 president of the Tennessee Bar Association, Tar...

89. Archived Article: Houston Lev (lead) - Collierville demographics attracts fitness club

Busy Corner Attracts Health Club, Retail

Nebraska-based fitness center picks Collierville for new club

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Construction will start soon on a multi-level shopping c...

90. Archived Article: Trends Focus - IN last year, Methodist had looked at some of the natinal things that have been goijng on in hosptialits program

Hospitalists in Demand as Stand-In Physicians

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

As off-campus office locations and patient insuranc...

91. Archived Article: Trends Focus - Overtime doesn't exclude timeout for spa

Spa Industry Adapts to Professionals Lifestyles

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

As technology stretches the workweek for many professionals, the home once a haven from work has become for many an exten...

92. Archived Article: Standout - Corporate, public work offers Copeland balance

Corporate, Public Work Offers Copeland Balance

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Richard Copeland has been on both sides of the table when it comes to representing business and representing local g...

93. Archived Article: Overton (lead) - Terry Ramsey, Vice President of RidAll Pest Control

Overton Square Awaits New Tenant

Shops near former Fridays see drop in foot traffic

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Business owners struggling with a drop in traffic since the T.G.I. Frid...

94. Archived Article: Tax (lead) - Revised tax breaks stir year-end investing

Tax Change Spurs Last-Minute Purchases

Businesses take advantage of increased deduction amounts

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Due to a change in the tax code enacted in the spring, many business...

95. Archived Article: Tuition (lead) - Pell Grant

Debate Swells Over Rising Tuition

College officials, legislators seek solutions to growing problem

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

As states face budget strains that are forcing many to slash higher education funding spurring sh...

96. Archived Article: Apple (lead) - Terry Ramsey, Vice President of RidAll Pest Control

Apple Tree Center Sees Renewed Interest

Developers hope improvements will drive retail growth

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Exterior changes and other improvements are under way at a So...

97. Archived Article: Advance (lead) - Former Walgreens home to Advance Auto

Advance Auto to Open on Summer Avenue

New store marks chains 21st in Memphis market

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

A new Advance Auto Parts Inc. store is scheduled to open in November at 4522 Summer A...

98. Archived Article: Lead - Improved roads clear way for new retail center

Businesses Flock to East Memphis Center

Improved roads clear way for new retail development

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Today in Memphis more than ever, improved roads and new subdivisions...

99. Archived Article: Standout - Familiar encouragement moved Myers forward

Familial encouragement shaped Myers vision

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

If Jay Myers lacked confidence when starting his business venture, then together, his brother and father picked up the sl...

100. Archived Article: Baptist (lead) - State officials permit Baptist Desoto Hospital growth

State officials OK Baptist-DeSoto expansion

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

The Mississippi Department of Health has granted Baptist Memorial Hospital-DeSoto permission for a significan...