VOL. 121 | NO. 187 | Friday, September 22, 2006
Chancery down, Circuit and Probate steady in last 12 months
The City Charter Commission was only a twinkle in the eyes of the Shelby County Election Commission, the Memphis City Council and the city of Memphis when it first began to come under scrutiny. It was the election process in particular that didn't sit well with one national civil rights group.
After almost 30 years spent forging itself into a world-class metalwork institution, the National Ornamental Metal Museum, perched high above the Mississippi River, is beginning to hammer a new piece of its operation into shape.
An out-of-court settlement often means a big payday for a plaintiff.
During her presentation Tuesday at BRIDGES Inc., environmental psychologist and design consultant Dr. Toby Israel asked the audience members to draw a timeline on a piece of paper.