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1. Unemployment Remains Low In Many Tenn. Counties -

Unemployment rates remained low across Tennessee in November, with the vast majority of counties continuing to experience rates below 5 percent, according to Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips.

2. Mississippi State Names Penn State's Joe Moorhead Next Coach -

Mississippi State has hired Penn State offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead as its football coach, bringing in another up-and-comer who is largely in the mold of previous coach Dan Mullen.

3. Shelby County Unemployment Rises to 3.7 Pct. -

Unemployment ticked up slightly in October from the previous month in Shelby County, but its unemployment rate remains comfortably low at 3.7 percent, according to the latest state figures.

The Memphis metropolitan statistical area rate rose 0.2 percent to also reach 3.7 percent.

4. Trump OKs Major Disaster Declaration for Tennessee -

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of Tennessee to supplement recovery efforts in areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds and flooding from May 27 to May 28, 2017.

5. Trump OKs Major Disaster Declaration for Tennessee -

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of Tennessee to supplement recovery efforts in areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds and flooding from May 27 to May 28, 2017.

6. Unemployment Slides To 4.4 Percent in Shelby County -

All 95 Tennessee counties saw their unemployment rates decrease in April, with Shelby County logging a preliminary rate of 4.4 percent, according to the latest figures from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. That’s down 0.9 percentage points from March’s revised rate and down 0.4 points from April 2016.

7. Rhea Joins SWTCC As First Mental Health Counselor -

Julia Rhea has joined Southwest Tennessee Community College as the institution’s first mental health counselor. The newly created position is part of Southwest’s new Social and Emotional Support Process, one of numerous changes developed over the past six months under the guidance of the Maryland-based education reform group Achieving the Dream, all geared toward redesigning and improving the student experience.

8. Shelby County Unemployment Slides to 4.4 Percent -

All 95 Tennessee counties saw their unemployment rates decrease in April, with Shelby County logging a preliminary rate of 4.4 percent, according to the latest figures from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. That’s down 0.9 percentage points from March’s revised rate and down 0.4 points from April 2016.

9. Finnish Tiremaker Nokian to Build $360M Plant in Tennessee -

DAYTON, Tenn. (AP) – Finnish tiremaker Nokian plans to build a new $360 million plant in Tennessee, creating 400 new jobs.

State economic development officials said Wednesday the project in Dayton represents the largest investment in the history of southeastern Tennessee's Rhea County.

10. Bartlett Opens Greenway; Ghost River Natural Area Grows -

The city of Bartlett has 29 parks, and every one of them has a walking trail. But the path that formally opens to the public Friday, April 21, at a trailhead at Santa Valley Road and U.S. 64 is Bartlett’s first venture in a full-fledged greenway.

11. Lehman-Roberts’ Moore Lauded By Asphalt Industry Group -

Rick Moore, who is retiring as chairman of Lehman-Roberts Co. March 31 after 46 years with the company, has been named the National Asphalt Pavement Association’s Man of the Year. 

12. La-Z-Boy Investing $26M, Adding 115 Jobs at Tennessee Plant -

DAYTON, Tenn. (AP) – Gov. Bill Haslam and La-Z-Boy Inc. have announced that the upholstered furniture maker is expanding operations in southeastern Tennessee.

13. State Giving $1 Million to 29 Communities for Tourism -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – State officials say 29 Tennessee communities will receive more than $1 million in grants to improve tourism infrastructure.

Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd said Thursday that the Tourism Enhancement Grants help counties and cities increase the economic impact of tourism. Grants range from $10,000 to $50,000.

14. Dobbs Had a Great Run, But Manning is Still No. 1 -

Tennessee senior Joshua Dobbs has created a quarterback controversy. Dobbs finished his college career Dec. 30 when UT beat Nebraska 38-24 in the Music City Bowl in Nashville. He accounted for 409 total yards – 291 passing and 118 yards rushing – and was chosen the game’s MVP.

15. Fixed Costs: Overhead That May Be Costing You Too Much -

Ray’s Take There’s an old cash flow joke about having too much month at the end of the money. It’s usually more a function of spending than earning. For most people there’s a lot more control over the expenditures side of the equation than there is over the income – at least in the short run. So cutting how much you spend on extras sounds great. But how much of your spending can really be reduced or eliminated? Too much “overhead” can result in disaster.

16. Huber Engineered Woods to Reopen Spring City Facility -

SPRING CITY, Tenn. (AP) – State officials say Huber Engineered Woods plans to reopen its manufacturing facility in Spring City.

Officials say the company, which makes specialty flooring, wall and roof building products for residential and light commercial projects, will create about 140 new jobs in Rhea County with the reopening.

17. Balink Chosen to Lead The Exchange Club Family Center -

Jennifer Balink has been named executive director of The Exchange Club Family Center, where she’ll begin her duties July 1. In her new role, Balink aims to secure and direct every available resource toward breaking the cycle of child abuse and family violence in the Memphis community. 

18. Tri-Star Chronicles Captures Tennessee’s Lesser-Known Stories -

J.R. “Pitt” Hyde III is not Memphis’ most famous name across the state of Tennessee. But he is an important name, has a deep and rich story worth telling, and that is exactly the point.

19. Health Care Suffers As Rural Hospitals Continue Slow Fade -

Fayette County is the latest victim of hospital closings in Tennessee as many rural health care facilities continue to struggle financially.

Methodist Healthcare-Fayette Hospital closed in late March, bringing to four the number of shuttered hospitals in West Tennessee after Gibson General, Humboldt General and Haywood Park Community called it quits in 2014.

20. Astronaut from Tennessee Inducted into Hall of Fame -

An alumna of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and a co-owner of a Memphis-area business is being inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame this week.

Dr. Margaret Rhea Seddon is a 1973 graduate of the medical school and one of NASA’s first female astronauts.

21. Astronaut From Tennessee Inducted Into Hall of Fame -

An alumna of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and a co-owner of a Memphis-area business is being inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame this week.

Dr. Margaret Rhea Seddon is a 1973 graduate of the medical school and one of NASA’s first female astronauts.

22. Initiative Aims to Help Tennesseans Live Healthier -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Gov. Bill Haslam has launched an initiative that aims to get communities involved in helping Tennesseans live healthier.

Healthier Tennessee Communities is a coordinated initiative supporting physical activity, health eating and tobacco abstinence at the local level.

23. Ben Little's: Service Station Service in Self-Serve World -

The gentle soul who used to get his hair cut by an Everly Father a couple of doors down – and who pumped 100 percent pure gas to keep country immortal Ernest Tubb movin’ on – has enjoyed the last four-plus decades next to what used to be called Hailey’s Shopping Center.

24. Stepherson Named Chair-Elect of Grocers Association -

Randy Stepherson has been named 2014-2015 chairman-elect of the Tennessee Grocers & Convenience Store Association board of directors. Stepherson is president of Stepherson Inc., the family- and employee-owned parent company of Superlo Foods, which has five Memphis-area locations, and Stepherson’s.

25. Bumper Crop -

Unless you see the signs, it is hard to tell when you have crossed the Tennessee-Mississippi state line where Fayette County, Tenn., meets Marshall County, Miss., not too far from the southern city limits of Collierville.

26. Understanding Nonprofit Overhead Costs -

A public discussion is stirring on the topic of nonprofit overhead and the extent to which overhead costs should influence giving. The three leading sources of information about nonprofits recently issued a call to action asking individual and institutional donors to stop using “overhead” as the measure of a nonprofit’s success. GuideStar, Charity Navigator and BBB Wise Giving Alliance have issued a call to donors to move beyond the “Overhead Myth.”

27. Five Years in the Life -

Delta Airlines and Northwest Airlines has just merged with more than 150 flights a day at Memphis International Airport shifting to the Delta brand. And Delta’s CEO, Richard Anderson, said Memphis would be an integral hub with more traffic.

28. USDA Funding Nine Rural Tennessee Projects -

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says the federal government is funding nine Tennessee business-related projects with more than $100,000 in grants.

In a statement Monday, Vilsack said the money comes from the USDA's Rural Business Enterprise Grants program.

29. Events -

The Booksellers at Laurelwood will host former Vice President Al Gore, signing “The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change,” Monday, Feb. 18, at noon at the bookstore, 387 Perkins Road Extended. Visit thebooksellersatlaurelwood.com.

30. Dixon Hughes Adds Associates in Memphis -

Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, the largest certified public accounting firm based in the Southeast, is continuing to grow in Memphis.

31. Events -

The Booksellers at Laurelwood will host former Vice President Al Gore, signing “The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change,” Monday, Feb. 18, at noon at the bookstore, 387 Perkins Road Extended. Visit thebooksellersatlaurelwood.com.

32. Payne Joins Fulton CPAs as Senior Accountant -

Tarasha Payne has joined Fulton CPAs PLLC as a senior accountant in the areas of taxation, compilation and reviews, and client services. Payne has more than 15 years’ experience in the field and is working toward CPA certification. The announcement comes on the heels of big changes at the accounting firm, including new ownership and a name change from Polsgrove & Fulton. (See The Daily News’ Monday, Dec. 17, edition for more information.)

33. Slow, Steady Growth Suits Summit Asset Management -

For Summit Asset Management LLC, steady organic growth over the past 20 years has been spurred by building strong local relationships.

34. CPA: Some Real Estate Sectors Are Recovering -

Certified public accounting advisory group Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP may have eight industry practices in which it advises clients, but its real estate and manufacturing and distribution divisions are beginning to see the light at the end of the post-recession tunnel.

35. Paragon’s Shaw Spearheads Bank’s Nonprofit Efforts -

When talking about his financial institution, the president and CEO of Paragon National Bank leaves the impression that a person needs to have the spirit of a community volunteer to work at the small, Memphis-based bank he leads.

36. Haslam Opposes Weakening Tenn. Open Meetings Law -

Gov. Bill Haslam opposes efforts to water down Tennessee’s open meetings law that says no more than two city or county officials can deliberate in private.

The Republican governor told reporters after a speech in Nashville Thursday morning that he sees little reason to overhaul the current rules. But Haslam acknowledged that it’s difficult to explain why local governments fall under the open meetings act while the state Legislature does not.

37. Ex-Beazer Homes CFO Giving Back $1.4M in SEC Deal -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The former chief financial officer of Beazer Homes will give back about $1.4 million in bonuses and profits from sales of company stock during a time when federal regulators say the homebuilder was committing accounting fraud.

38. Region Sees Logistics Assets Grow -

Change is afoot with the area’s transportation and logistics industries. New developments in the region – from a proposed third bridge spanning the Mississippi River to a new multimillion-dollar intermodal facility – should keep transportation and logistics as the area’s bread-and-butter businesses.

39. Difficult Work Follows Debt Deal -

The consensus among a variety of financial service professionals in Memphis who were questioned in advance about the outcome of the debt ceiling deal seems to have been proven right.

Lawmakers engineered a delicate compromise at the 11th hour. The nation’s borrowing capacity has been expanded, but programs elsewhere have been trimmed. Everyone at the negotiating table walked away with a win. And everyone at the negotiating table also lost something.

40. Physician-Turned-Astronaut Returns to UTHSC for Gala -

Memphis-trained physician-turned-NASA-astronaut Dr. Margaret Rhea Seddon will return to her alma mater – the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis – to deliver the address at the UTHSC Centennial Gala Sept. 17.

41. Haslam Tells Judges Tenn. Recovery Will Take Years -

CHATTANOOGA (AP) – It will take several years for Tennessee state government to fully recover from the economic recession, Gov. Bill Haslam told state judges Wednesday.

Haslam said he is encouraged that there is even slow revenue growth after three years of decline. He told the Tennessee Judicial Conference there is still about $160 million in one-time federal stimulus money in the state's leaner $30.5 billion budget just approved for fiscal 2012.

42. Humphreys Joins Keller Williams Realty -

Herbo Humphreys has joined the Crump Realty Group of Keller Williams Realty. Humphreys previously worked as a project supervisor for Bryan-Turley Properties.

43. Budget Battle -

They may not agree on what medicine to administer to the still ailing economy or how to shrink the nation’s budget deficit.

But area legislators and financial service professionals agree on at least one thing: a major battle is coming down the pike in a matter of weeks, one whose outcome could affect everything from interest rates to the unemployment rate to whether the nation plunges into another recession.

44. Dixon Hughes Goodman Eyes Local Growth -

Certified Public Accounting firm Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP will step up efforts to expand its forensic, litigation support and valuation practice in the Memphis market following its April 1 formation.

45. Dixon Hughes, Goodman on Track for Merger -

The merger of one of the largest accounting firms in Memphis with a large Virginia-based accounting firm is on track for completion.

Effective April 1, the firms Dixon Hughes PLLC and Goodman & Company LLP will combine to form Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, with the new entity employing more than 1,700 people in 30 existing offices through 11 states and Washington.

46. State of the Business -

For several Memphis business leaders, the tone and message of Tuesday night’s State of the Union speech reflected a president extending an olive branch to corporate America and hitting the reset button on a relationship that’s been noticeably strained for two years.

47. Life Savers -

In a city beleaguered by pet overpopulation, Memphis Animal Services employees last week prepared to euthanize a female Rottweiler whose heartworm-positive status in the kill-shelter had initially deemed her unadoptable.

48. Bredesen Requests Disaster Relief for 28 Counties -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Gov. Phil Bredesen is requesting additional federal disaster assistance for farmers in 28 Tennessee counties as a result of drought and excessive heat during the growing season.

49. Dixon Hughes Develops Hospitality Practice -

Accounting firm Dixon Hughes PLLC, one of the top-ranked CPA firms in the nation, is adding to its existing list of industry specialties with the creation of a new hospitality and resort niche practice group.

50. MLGW Spearheads Green Switch Concept -

In any economic climate, it’s pretty rare when businesses take actions that aren’t beneficial to the bottom line.

And when the economy is struggling, taking action that doesn’t produce immediate financial benefits is generally not considered a sound business practice.

51. Bankers’ Reactions Mixed to Fed Jumpstart Attempt -

A harbinger of rampant inflation. A sign the economy is still not on the right track. A Hail Mary pass.

That’s a sampling of the reaction from Memphis bankers and financial professionals to this week’s news the Federal Reserve Board is effectively printing money to buy $600 billion of U.S. government bonds over the next eight months.

52. Observers Anticipate Fed’s Latest Actions -

Now that Election Day is in the rear-view mirror, it’s on to the week’s second of three closely watched market-moving events.

When the Federal Reserve ends its two-day policy-setting committee meeting Wednesday, it’s expected to announce a new program that pumps billions of dollars into the economy.

53. Southwest Bringing $6M Facility to Fayette -

Southwest Tennessee Community College plans to build a $6 million educational institution in Fayette County. The facility will be located about two miles from downtown Somerville on U.S. 64.

TLM Associates of Jackson, Tenn., prepared initial drawings for the 26,050-square-foot building, dubbed the Fayette County Higher Educational Center.

54. Consignment Central -

The children’s consignment sale industry is booming as families seek to stretch their dollars by reusing and recycling what’s in their closets.

Large-scale children’s consignment sales in the Memphis area have grown considerably in recent years, and organizers and consignors are cashing in on the public’s eagerness to buy and sell high quality, gently-used goods.

55. Reform Views Vary Among Local Bankers -

U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., slammed the debate over financial reform legislation in no uncertain terms during the Tennessee Bankers Association annual meeting last week in Nashville.

“My strategy is to pray,” said Corker, who’s also a member of the congressional negotiating team that will reconcile differences between separate reform bills and merge them together.

56. Self-Realization: Dunderhead -

There is a time in your young life when you realize you are a mechanical dunderhead. One such realization came when I was trying to unscrew a strange screw on my bicycle that I had never seen before. It had no slot. It looked like the point of a knife would turn it, so I proceeded to break a few tips off mom’s steak knives before my dad appeared.

57. Exhibit Tells Stories of Women in Medicine -

A month-long focus on the history of women in health care begins Friday evening at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library with a reception to mark the opening of “Changing the Face of Medicine: Celebrating America’s Women Physicians.”

58. Oliphant Ready to Expand Dixon Hughes -

The folks who run the Memphis office of accounting firm Dixon Hughes PLLC aren’t crossing their fingers and waiting around on new clients to walk through the door.

59. Discount Rate Hike A Good Sign For Economy -

The era of billion-dollar bailouts and an economy stuffed to the gills with money virtually created out of thin air is drawing to a close.

The unprecedented actions by the federal government to stave off economic collapse had to end sometime. And a variety of local bank analysts, financial advisers, chief financial officers and others regard Friday’s announced hike in the Federal Reserve’s discount rate as a step – albeit an early one – in that direction.

60. Rhea Receives WKNO’s Distinguished Service Award -

Stephen H. Rhea has received the Julian Bondurant Distinguished Service Award from WKNO Public Broadcasting.

Rhea is the WKNO Capital Campaign chair and led the campaign for the digital transition that brought in $16.9 million. The campaign enabled the station to build the Digital Media Center.

61. Sixteen Tenn. Counties Get Federal Assistance for Flooding -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Sixteen counties in Tennessee are now eligible for federal farm assistance due to excessive rain and flooding that occurred in September and October.

Gov. Phil Bredesen asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture in November to provide assistance such as emergency loans and supplemental farm payments.

62. Tenn. Crop Harvest Nearly Done in 'Decent Year' -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A dry November to cap an otherwise wet 2009 has helped Tennessee farmers gather in most of the 2009 harvest, agricultural officials said Tuesday.

"It was a pretty decent year, considering everything," said Jim Heep, a U.S. Department of Agriculture statistician in Nashville.

63. 16 Tenn. Counties Seek Farm Assistance -

Gov. Phil Bredesen is seeking federal farm assistance for 16 Tennessee counties hurt by excessive rain and flooding that occurred in September and last month.

Bredesen requested a disaster designation for the counties in a letter this week to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack. The 16 counties are Bradley, Chester, Cumberland, Hamilton, Hardeman, Lauderdale, Macon, McMinn, McNairy, Meigs, Polk, Rhea, Shelby, Smith, Trousdale and Wilson.

64. Summit Asset President Rhea Wins WKNO Service Award -

WKNO Public Broadcasting has awarded its Julian Bondurant Distinguished Service Award to Stephen Rhea, the co-president and financial adviser at Summit Asset Management LLC in Memphis.

65. Bartenders Become Multitaskers During Economic Downturn -

On a Thursday evening at 6:30, the bar at Interim is packed. Every seat is taken, people stand behind the patrons sitting at the bar and every seat at the high tables is taken too. The clamor and hubbub are tremendous.

66. Lawmakers Raise Concerns Over TDOT Stimulus Money -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee wants to quickly contract out all of its $572 million in federal transportation stimulus money, but some state lawmakers are raising concerns that their districts aren't in line for enough road and bridge projects.

67. Furniture Maker La-Z-Boy Laying Off 240 in Tenn. -

DAYTON, Tenn. (AP) - Furniture maker La-Z-Boy Inc. says it's laying off 240 workers at its plant in Dayton, Tenn.

68. Memphis Branch Of Investors Group To Expand -

At a time when mortgage lenders are shrinking or even shutting down in response to the housing crisis, Knoxville-based Mortgage Investors Group is expanding.

The independent, residential lending company has opened its first branch in Memphis – its 20th overall – at 5384 Poplar Ave. with a staff of nine and plans to add three more employees before the end of the year.

69. Rhea & Ivy MergesWith N.C. Firm -      The accounting firms of Rhea & Ivy PLC and Dixon Hughes PLLC are merging effective Friday, the companies announced this week.
     Rhea & Ivy opened in Memphis in 1954; today it employs 70 wo

70. Nine Council Members Bid Adieu -

Memphis City Council members approved $6 million in funding for the Beale Street Landing project at their last council session of 2007.

While much of the attention was on nine of the 13 council members who were ending their terms of office, the council had a busy agenda that also included final approval of a 2008 referendum for city voters on a process to recall council members. And the council voted to ask the state attorney general, its own attorney and an auditor it hired to further investigate the pending sale of the telecommunications venture Memphis Networx.

71. Memphis Networx Sale Receives 'Contested Case' Label -

The sale of Memphis Networx to Communications Infrastructure Investments (CII) of Louisville, Colo., is now a "contested case" before the Tennessee Regulatory Authority.

The TRA is the state body that must approve the "change of control," as the $11.5 million deal involving the telecom firm is termed.

72. Perrin to Oversee Orpheum's Fundraising Efforts, Special Events -

The Orpheum Theatre announced Jim Perrin has been named vice president of development. Perrin previously served as the president of Junior Achievement of Memphis & the Mid-South Inc. In his new position, he will oversee the Orpheum's fundraising efforts, special events and other projects.

73. Cell Phone BatteriesCould Overheat, Nokia Says -      Nokia Corp. warned Tuesday that up to 46 million batteries used in some of the company's cell phones could be faulty and pose a risk of overheating.
     The advisory applies to batteries man

74. Council's Decision To Audit Networx Could Hinder Sale -

The sale of Memphis Networx to a Colorado telecom company for $11.5 million might not be a done deal. Even if it is, efforts are building to demand details of the deal. And the sale may come with a side agreement for a pound of political flesh.

75. Fayette Leaders Tout Economic Development -

Economic development in Fayette County continues to roll along, much like the supply trucks that barrel down U.S. 64 en route to the numerous construction sites popping up all over the thriving community.

76. Siegal-Robert Inc. Selects CEO -

David M. Gilchrist has been selected as chief executive officer of Siegal-Robert Inc. and Siegal-Robert Automotive. Most recently, Gilchrist was the president and CEO of Jackson Products Inc. in St. Louis, a highway and personal safety product manufacturer. He also has held supervisory positions with Mid-South Industries and VP Buildings Inc.

77. Oakland Leads Overall Growth in Fayette County -

Of the nine municipalities in Fayette County, one town in particular has jumped way out in front of the rest.

For the past several years, the growth Oakland has experienced only can be described as phenomenal. The town, which lies about 20 miles east of the Shelby County line, has 17 new subdivisions under construction.

78. Mayor Herenton's Executive Assistant Moves to MLGW -

Gale Jones Carson has been named director of corporate communications for Memphis Light, Gas & Water Division. In her new executive-level position, she will report directly to MLGW president and CEO Joseph Lee III. She previously was executive assistant to Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton.

79. Crone Named Fellow of Memphis Bar Foundation -

Alan Crone, attorney and co-founder of Crone & Mason PLC, has been named a fellow of the Memphis Bar Foundation. The appointment was made at the annual joint meeting of the Memphis Bar Association and its charitable arm, the Memphis Bar Foundation, Sept. 11. Read more about Crone in tomorrow's Law Talk feature.

80. Children's Museum Hosts Golf Tournament Today -

SEPT. 18

The Children's Museum of Memphis (CMOM) hosts the fourth annual CMOM Golf Tournament to benefit the "Yes, EVERY Child!" program at 11:30 a.m. at Memphis Country Club, 3034 Southern Ave. The Yes, EVERY Child! program provides free CMOM admission for less fortunate families. Lunch will be provided starting at 11:30 a.m., and the tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Golfers will play in teams of four for $300 a person. Call 458-2678 for information or to register.

81. 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.

82. Melick Tapped to Manage Fixed Income Banking Group at Morgan Keegan & Co. -

Jordan Melick has joined Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc. as a managing director for the firm's Fixed Income Banking Group. Melick previously was managing director of the health care finance team of Minneapolis, Minn.-based Piper Jaffray & Co. He began his career in health financing in 1991 at Detroit-based Comerica Bank.

83. Local Accident Survivor Spearheads Prayer Day Event -

It was July 28, 1978. Twenty-four-year-old Nancy Mashburn had just picked up her 4-month-old son from her mother's home near Bartlett.

The young woman's world changed in an instant as she passed through an intersection.

84. Would You Like to Super Size That? -

Traveling U.S. Highway 64 east into Fayette County is a little like pulling back a veil that separates the headaches of Memphis from a vast, largely untapped rural utopia.

Sights along the way into Fayette include a few modest homes, set back comfortably from the street. Cows and horses roam the wide green expanse. About the only thing breaking up the country scenery are signs posted here and there that announce future real estate developments, reminding visitors that even Fayette's rural isolation will be short lived.

85. Marketing Agency Hires New Art Director -

Lyle Wardlaw has joined full-service advertising, marketing, design and public relations firm inferno as art director. Prior to that she spent three years providing design support for clients at Imre Communications and Babcock Advertising in the Washington, D.C., area. She graduated from Millsaps College in 1996 with a double major in studio art and elementary education, and has completed advertising and graphics programs from Memphis College of Art and Southwest Community College. In her position as art director, Wardlaw will serve clients and help with new creative projects.

86. 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.

87. Fayette County Towns Plan to Stay Rural -

A man's home is his castle, and Hickory Withe in rural Fayette County offers as good a place as any to build one.

It's a country hamlet whose residents don't occupy rows of the tightly packed houses found in cookie-cutter subdivisions. Homeowners come to Hickory Withe looking for space - and plenty of it.

88. Counties Adjust to Growth, Growth and More Growth -

Just before they'd closed the books on 2005, DeSoto County leaders got their first glimpse of plans for a massive real estate development that would bring new entertainment, shopping options, golf courses and thousands of new residents to the county.

89. Fair Installed as President of State Realtor Group -

Rosemarie Fair was installed as president of the Tennessee Association of Realtors for 2006. Fair, CEO of Memphis-based One Source Commercial Inc., was named TAR Realtor of the Year in 2004. The Memphis Area Association of Realtors named her Realtor of the Year in 1991.

90. Fayette Begins Water Feasibility Study -

With its ranking as the fastest growing county in the state, Fayette County is on the move. That much is clear. What is not clear is how current deficiencies in water systems might impact the area's growth.

91. Riverfront Development Corp. Elects New Officers -

The Riverfront Development Corp. named the following members to its board of directors: Kemp Conrad, Tomeka Hart and Dan Turley. The following members were elected as officers: Rick Masson, chairman; Greg Duckett, vice chairman; John Farris, secretary; Angus McEachran, assistant secretary; Bill Taylor, treasurer; and John Pontius, assistant treasurer.

92. Archived Article: Lead - Additional Classrooms Needed in Fayette County

Fayette Mulls New School Options

Influx of residents has county officials planning ahead


The Daily News

Its sure to happen eventually. As houses continue to go up in Fayette C...

93. Archived Article: Real - Fayette County Growth Continued in 2005

Growth Issues Dominate Fayette Agenda in 2004


The Daily News

Fayette County is On the Grow! The slogan put forth by the countys Chamber of Commerce delineates area officials philosophy ...

94. Archived Article: Lead - Fayette County Prepares for Future

Fayette Leaders Look to Countys Future

County takes initial steps toward economic growth


The Daily News

Fayette County is in the path of a giant known as the eastward migration of Metro M...

95. Archived Article: Lead - Adequate Facilities Tax Starts Without a Hitch

Fayette Implements Construction Tax

Shelby legislative committee discusses similar measure


The Daily News

When the Fayette County Commission approved an adequate facilities ta...

96. Archived Article: Real - Payroll Tax Could Benefit Surrounding Counties

Fayette Leaders Eye Memphis, Shelby Taxes


The Daily News

As Memphis residents head to the polls today, they are voting on more than the next president. A referendum that would gi...

97. Archived Article: Fayette Tax (lead) - Industrial Tax Could Be Dropped in Fayette

Changes Could Come for Fayette Tax

Adequate facilities tax may exclude industrial properties


The Daily News

When it takes effect in December, Fayette Countys adequate facilities t...

98. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Tennessee Press Association elects vice president

Pitts Named Principal Owner at Pickering

Robert J. Pitts was named principal owner of Pickering Inc. Pitts is the companys civil engineering team leader. He received a bachelors degree from the...

99. Archived Article: Events - The Memphis Area Association of Realtors holds a class on the Tennessee Association of Realtors Sales & Purchase agreement fro

The Memphis Area Association of Realtors hosts a class on the Tennessee Association of Realtors Sales & Purchas...

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

Tax Change Spurs Last-Minute Purchases

Businesses take advantage of increased deduction amounts


The Daily News

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