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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Philadelphia housing authority police chief a finalist to lead Memphis departmentPhiladelphia Housing Authority Police Chief Branville Bard is one of six candid
Philadelphia housing authority police chief a finalist to lead Memphis department
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 6 hours ago
Philadelphia Housing Authority Police Chief Branville Bard is one of six candidates in the running for director of the Memphis Police Department. The veteran police officer more than 20 years with the Philadelphia Police Department where he served... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Hamilton County Court Clerks Participate In Statewide "Purple Out Day"loved ones will inspire all of us to come together again and make this month’s
Hamilton County Court Clerks Participate In Statewide "Purple Out Day"
The Chattanoogan / Posted 12 hours ago
loved ones will inspire all of us to come together again and make this month’s Purple Out Day even more memorable.” From Memphis to Mountain City, as many as 205 Court Clerks and their deputy clerks were planning to wear purple and participate in... Read more
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Billboard
Billboard's 2016 Nashville Power Players List Revealed: Who Rules Music City?to Universal Music Group Nashville chairman/CEO Mike Dungan at Billboard's phot
Billboard's 2016 Nashville Power Players List Revealed: Who Rules Music City?
Billboard / Posted yesterday
to Universal Music Group Nashville chairman/CEO Mike Dungan at Billboard's photo shoot. It's the week of the Country Music Association's CMA Music Festival, and if it's the first time that one of Dungan's artists has made a ­flattering reference to... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
July 28The Commercial Appeal files Leading the newly created Colonial Patent-Teacher A
July 28
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 2 days ago
The Commercial Appeal files Leading the newly created Colonial Patent-Teacher Association in 1953 will be Mrs. J.W. Crawford (seated left) of 1049 W. Perkins, first vice president; Miss Bess Hamm (standing left) of 1576 Glenview, who will be the new... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Collierville High welcomes 22 new teachers as district growsheld a welcoming lunch Monday in its library for the new teachers, who will han
Collierville High welcomes 22 new teachers as district grows
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 4 days ago
held a welcoming lunch Monday in its library for the new teachers, who will handle subjects ranging from theater to special education when the next academic year starts on Aug. 8. The library was decorated with a two-dimensional mock-up of a... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
The Late Cleveland Grimes Awarded 2016 Golden Manhole Award By The Kentucky-Tennessee Water Environment AssociationCleveland T. Grimes was awarded the Golden Manhole Award by the Kentucky-Tennes
The Late Cleveland Grimes Awarded 2016 Golden Manhole Award By The Kentucky-Tennessee Water Environment Association
The Chattanoogan / Posted 4 days ago
Cleveland T. Grimes was awarded the Golden Manhole Award by the Kentucky-Tennessee Water Environment Association at the Kentucky-Tennessee Water Professional’s Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee. Mr. Grimes died suddenly at his home on March 29 at... Read more
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Daily Mail
Who are the 11 men Conte has appointed to his Chelsea coaching staff?Premier League opponents. Like his brother, Conte played for his hometown club
Who are the 11 men Conte has appointed to his Chelsea coaching staff?
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Premier League opponents. Like his brother, Conte played for his hometown club Lecce and graduated in the same physical education class from the University of Foggia in 2008. Conte's brother Gianluca has spent time working as an analyst for his... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Community reacts to federal investigation into SCS’ alleged migrant biasMEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Shelby County said very little Thursday about a federal inves
Community reacts to federal investigation into SCS’ alleged migrant bias
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 8 days ago
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Shelby County said very little Thursday about a federal investigation into allegations of bias against migrant students and their parents. The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights said the investigation is about... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
National report reveals gaps, opportunities for Mississippiintended to help us look at progress over time,” said Marcella McKay, chief ope
National report reveals gaps, opportunities for Mississippi
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 8 days ago
intended to help us look at progress over time,” said Marcella McKay, chief operating officer for the Mississippi Hospital Association. “It’s a big hole we need to climb out of.” The Jackson, Meridian, Gulfport, Oxford and Hattiesburg referral... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
Election Preview: Behind the 8th Ballthe reality is his successor is likely to be from there as well. And a Republic
Election Preview: Behind the 8th Ball
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 8 days ago
the reality is his successor is likely to be from there as well. And a Republican, since both rural West Tennessee and Memphis' eastern suburbs, like every section of the state except for the core urban areas of Memphis and Nashville, has... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Graduation rates among African-Americans rise in Memphis; education gap with white residents closesJuly 13, 2016 — Dacavien Reeves works on a spreadsheet at the Benjamin Hooks Li
Graduation rates among African-Americans rise in Memphis; education gap with white residents closes
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 11 days ago
July 13, 2016 — Dacavien Reeves works on a spreadsheet at the Benjamin Hooks Library for his internship with the Memphis Music Initiative. Reeves recently graduated from Overton High School and will attend Morehouse College in the Fall. He overcame... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Mississippi campus briefs: July 17this great?’ ‘Great’ was one of his favorite words. I know Orley would be very
Mississippi campus briefs: July 17
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 12 days ago
this great?’ ‘Great’ was one of his favorite words. I know Orley would be very happy.” Hood wrote for The Meridian Star, Memphis Commercial Appeal and Jackson Daily News as a sportswriter, columnist, sports editor, Southern Style editor, senior... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Around the towns, July 17, 2016She will be taking three Advanced Placement courses in the fall. A member of le
Around the towns, July 17, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
She will be taking three Advanced Placement courses in the fall. A member of leadership programs including the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils, Future Business Leaders of America and B’nai B’rith Youth Organization, Allison is an active... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Rallings among six finalists for Memphis police director jobJuly 11, 2016 - Memphis Police Department Interim Director Michael Rallings (le
Rallings among six finalists for Memphis police director job
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 14 days ago
July 11, 2016 - Memphis Police Department Interim Director Michael Rallings (left) (Yalonda M. James/The Commercial Appeal) Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland made public Friday a list of five finalists for police director that included interim director... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Orchard Fellowship Church plans to move into vacant Omni Fitness building on Houston Leveefit for our new church home," the video says. "There's ample room for family mi
Orchard Fellowship Church plans to move into vacant Omni Fitness building on Houston Levee
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 15 days ago
fit for our new church home," the video says. "There's ample room for family ministry, worship ministry and even some adult education." The video shows various church leaders showing different parts of the building. A big room full of treadmills,... Read more
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Lapeer Area View
Calendar | July 14, 2016$3 children, 5 and under free. Sponsored by Mayville Fire Department and pre
Calendar | July 14, 2016
Lapeer Area View / Posted 16 days ago
$3 children, 5 and under free. Sponsored by Mayville Fire Department and presented by Eastern Michigan Tractor Pullers Association. Participation is open to the public with a $20 hook fee. For more information, contact Mayville... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Curry Todd stays well ahead of rivals in campaign cashincluding Tennessee Employees Action Movement, which gave $5,000, as well as a
Curry Todd stays well ahead of rivals in campaign cash
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 16 days ago
including Tennessee Employees Action Movement, which gave $5,000, as well as a political action committee for the Tennessee Education Association, a teachers' union, which gave $2,000. Another major donor group was the alcoholic beverage industry.... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Germantown adjusts temporary sign ordinance; final reading July 25realty companies. "I have been following with great interest the discussion,"
Germantown adjusts temporary sign ordinance; final reading July 25
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 18 days ago
realty companies. "I have been following with great interest the discussion," said Tommie Criswell, president-elect of the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, noting that a 4-square-foot sign would make it a challenge for owners to advertise... Read more
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Arkansas Business
College Endowments in Arkansas Increase in ImportanceEndowments have always been important to private colleges and universities, but
College Endowments in Arkansas Increase in Importance
Arkansas Business / Posted 18 days ago
Endowments have always been important to private colleges and universities, but public higher education, which has experienced flat state funding or even declines in recent years, is joining private schools in its appreciation for the financial gifts... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
UALR chancellor hangs up his capabout when he says something, that it's meaningful." Through the years, Anders
UALR chancellor hangs up his cap
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
about when he says something, that it's meaningful." Through the years, Anderson has always voiced his passions, including education, granting in-state tuition for illegal aliens, and race relations. Ask folks what Anderson's shiniest gold star... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Teach for America marks 10th year in Memphis with increased diversity and enhanced local trainingdiscussion about a book on the Civil Rights Movement during a fourth grade Engl
Teach for America marks 10th year in Memphis with increased diversity and enhanced local training
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 25 days ago
discussion about a book on the Civil Rights Movement during a fourth grade English and language arts summer school class at Memphis Business Academy charter school. (Brandon Dill/Special to The Commercial Appeal) With one arm clutched around her... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Rep. Curry Todd says he’s campaigning hard and that health, legal issues are behind himthe state representative for District 95, which covers Collierville and nearby
Rep. Curry Todd says he’s campaigning hard and that health, legal issues are behind him
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 26 days ago
the state representative for District 95, which covers Collierville and nearby areas. Todd, a retired lieutenant for the Memphis Police Department and former owner of a safe and lock company, said he's proud of his record on education, which... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
Wine in Grocery Stores: Tennessee Uncorked!Then, we'll see." The Beverage Battle Nashville was cold on that Monday in ea
Wine in Grocery Stores: Tennessee Uncorked!
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 29 days ago
Then, we'll see." The Beverage Battle Nashville was cold on that Monday in early March 2014; "weather-worn" was how The Memphis Flyer's Jackson Baker described it. But there were enough members of the Tennessee Senate to make a quorum. So, they... Read more
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Lapeer Area View
Calendar | June 30, 2016by July 22 for $25, after $30. Contact Denee 810-428-3034 for more informati
Calendar | June 30, 2016
Lapeer Area View / Posted 30 days ago
by July 22 for $25, after $30. Contact Denee 810-428-3034 for more information. Mid-Michigan Mini Tractor Pulls at the Memphis Lions Club 34758 Pratt Rd., Memphis behind the Lion’s Den and youth center on Saturday, Aug. 13 at 3 p.m. V-8... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Tennessee Education Stakeholders To Inform State Plan, Policies To Transition To New Federal LawA diverse set of education stakeholders will inform the new state plan and coll
Tennessee Education Stakeholders To Inform State Plan, Policies To Transition To New Federal Law
The Chattanoogan / Posted 30 days ago
A diverse set of education stakeholders will inform the new state plan and collaborate to ensure that Tennessee’s key education policies are best for Tennessee students, the Tennessee Department of Education announced Wednesday. This work will build... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Waltons' $250M set for charters; effort focuses on school construction in Little Rock, 16 other citiespublic charter schools. The initiative will start with a focus on schools in L
Waltons' $250M set for charters; effort focuses on school construction in Little Rock, 16 other cities
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
public charter schools. The initiative will start with a focus on schools in Little Rock and 16 other cities, including Memphis and Tulsa, where the Walton Family Foundation has provided earlier charter school grants. The goal is to help total... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Waltons' $250M set for charterspublic charter schools. The initiative will start with a focus on schools in L
Waltons' $250M set for charters
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
public charter schools. The initiative will start with a focus on schools in Little Rock and 16 other cities, including Memphis and Tulsa, where the Walton Family Foundation has provided earlier charter school grants. The goal is to help total... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Could Tennessee join fight to collect sales taxes from internet retailers?requiring "remote" sellers to begin collecting sales taxes, industry groups Net
Could Tennessee join fight to collect sales taxes from internet retailers?
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 1 months ago
requiring "remote" sellers to begin collecting sales taxes, industry groups NetChoice and the American Catalog Mailers Association filed suit in a South Dakota state court. "South Dakota is showing wanton disregard for established Supreme... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
UT chancellor’s post could prove popular with job-seekersof Cheek, Athletic Director Dave Hart, former Vice Chancellor for Diversity and
UT chancellor’s post could prove popular with job-seekers
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
of Cheek, Athletic Director Dave Hart, former Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion Rickey Hall and others. Higher education and intercollegiate athletics rank among Parker's specialties, according to the firm's website. The company has... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Parents say results justify cost of student activitiesand Germantown are paying roughly $4,000 per year for their daughters to have e
Parents say results justify cost of student activities
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 1 months ago
and Germantown are paying roughly $4,000 per year for their daughters to have experiences like this. In inner-city Memphis, meanwhile, school employees sometimes have to pay out of their own pockets to buy sport shoes for young... Read more

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