VOL. 122 | NO. 140 | Friday, July 27, 2007
Shelby Farms Conservancy looks to 'take park to next level'
It's Tuesday evening at Shelby Farms as runners, bikers and skaters traverse the park's myriad trails, kayakers paddle through the waters of Patriot Lake and families toss bread crumbs to geese.
His name has turned up on several occasions in news stories about one of the most sensational dramas to rock Memphis politics in recent memory.
As a history major at then-Memphis State University in the early 1990s, Beth Flanagan worked as a tour guide at Mud Island River Park. She loved telling visitors about the rich history of the island and of Downtown Memphis.
Searching for a needle in a haystack, as the old saying goes, isn't an easy task. But at The West Clinic, using new technology known as the CellSearch System allows physicians to figuratively search for that needle while having a big impact on patients being treated for metastatic breast cancer.
Richardson, who headed a mental health center in Memphis for 10 years before becoming a consultant for nonprofit agencies, was sworn in by Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder in the House chamber.
J.T. Mastranadi, hired earlier this month to be Thompson's research director, resigned Wednesday from the campaign.
Rhodes' old library was a dark, dank building that many students never visited and "smelled like the 1950s," according to Carter Lawnin, who graduated last spring. After class, students returned to the isolation of their dormitories to work - hardly a good thing at a liberal arts college that prides itself on community.