VOL. 122 | NO. 5 | Monday, January 8, 2007
Despite some swells in Q4, most court filings down in '06
Leslie Albers finds it difficult to put into words what she felt when she first met her daughter. Albers and her husband, Steve, were in the Shaanxi province of China the first time they saw Zoie Li.
Like the small child among a brood of overachievers, the Southern Railway Industrial Historic District, which sits about one mile east of Memphis' bustling Downtown, might be easy to overlook.
"You don't just wake up one morning and say, 'I think I want to open a drug-testing clinic,'" Kelly Dobbins joked recently at Mid-South Drug Testing, a business she opened in 2004.
Speaking at the first Shelby County Board of Commissioners session of 2008, Wharton said he favors consolidation of the two governments but not of the Memphis City and Shelby County school systems.