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Delta Farm Press
Delta Farm Press

(800) 441-1410

Memphis, TN


Afternoon Market Recap for Jan. 25, 2021
01/25/2021 2:35pm

Grains rollercoaster ride rumbles higher.

Calendar of Events in the West
01/25/2021 12:15pm

Updated regularly for readers of Western Farm Press and Western Farmer Stockman. Send us information about your upcoming webinar or event.

Ag groups supportive of EPA nominee
01/25/2021 11:36am

Incoming EPA staff not requiring Senate confirmation loaded with litigation experience in advancing environmental justice agenda.

Weekly Grain Movement – Corn tops all estimates
01/25/2021 11:05am

Wheat also jumps higher, while soybeans slide slightly lower week-over-week.

For 2021 marketing goals, small steps are key
01/25/2021 10:58am

Take the first step to get major momentum.

Memphis Business Journal
Memphis Business Journal

(901) 523-1000

651 Oakleaf Office Ln
Memphis, TN 38117   Directions


Adjust your expectations: State extends vaccination timetable into indefinite future
01/25/2021 2:30pm

The State of Tennessee is signaling to residents that they might oughta tamp down their excitement when it comes to when theyll get the COVID vaccine.A set of revisions to the Tennessee Department of Healths official COVID-19 Vaccination Plan pushes back its expectations for when vaccines will be available for most of the age-based phases of eligibility.Under the revised plan, published Jan. 22, Tennessee residents who are 65 and over could get vaccinations beginning in March. There are no

High-profile expansion stalled, Indigo Ag cites pandemic, company's youth
01/25/2021 2:24pm

As a young and innovative company, Indigos growth trajectory remains dynamic. And like other companies, we face the challenges of a global pandemic, Christopher Goode, Indigos senior director of government and community affairs, said in a statement.

Pollo Campero looks for franchisees, real estate in Memphis
01/25/2021 1:28pm

So, the best market, as we defined it, is the Southeast region of the country, meaning Tennessee, the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida.

ALSAC adds to C-suite, hires away City of Memphis’ deputy COO
01/25/2021 12:07pm

ALSAC adds to its C-suite and hires away a key member of City of Memphis Mayor Jim Stricklands leadership team.

FedEx files trademark for new global tagline
01/25/2021 11:29am

The phrase, FedEx. Where Now Meets Next. is introduced as the company is playing a key role in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.

Memphis Flyer
Memphis Flyer

(901) 521-9000

65 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions


Four Locals Look to Make Pawsitive Impact at Puppy Bowl XVII
01/25/2021 2:00pm

On Sunday, February 7th, four local competitors will line up on one of the grandest stages to compete for one of the biggest prizes of them all. Thats right Memphis will be represented by some talented and furry friends aiming to emerge victorious in this years Puppy Bowl XVII. Jiffy, Vinnie, Pluto, and Tank of Charlies Crusaders Pet Rescue will go paw-to-paw with other dogs from animal shelters around the nation for a chance to lift the CHEWY Lombarky trophy. Charlies Crusaders Pet Rescue squad will see its representatives lining up for two separate Puppy Bowl teams. Jiffy will suit up for Team Fluff, while Vinnie, Pluto, and Tank will compete for Team Ruff. Tank will also be repping Memphis in the PUP-ularity contest, and is counting on some Bluff City support to do his hometown proud. Every year, the Puppy Bowl brings together canine competitors to celebrate adoptable pups and showcase rescues, shelters, and the staffers who dedicate their lives to helping animals find homes. So far, the Bowl has a winning record in its previous 16 iterations, with 100 percent of featured puppies and halftime show kittens having been adopted. This years three-hour event will air on the Discovery streaming service, and Animal Planet, at 1 p.m. Central. Puppy Bowl XVII will see some changes to the format with the inclusion of special Adoptable Pup segments hosted by rufferee Dan Schachner, overseeing his 10th consecutive Bowl, spotlighting available pups from 11 shelters around the country. More information about participating shelters, rescues, and organizations can be found on the Puppy Bowl website. Charlies Crusaders Pet Rescue has been operating out of Germantown and North Mississippi for a little over four years, and so far has placed more than 1,000 dogs into forever homes.

Hampline Brewing Company Opens with a Celebration January 30th
01/25/2021 1:04pm

Mooooore beer Hampline Brewing Company will open to the public with a mostly outdoor grand opening celebration beginning at 4 p.m., January 30th, at 584 South Tillman, between Broad and Summer in Binghampton. The brewery will include its two signature brews, Handlebar Haze, a New England IPA, and Memphis Natch, a lager named for the first bear at the Memphis Zoo and the inspiration for Hamplines logo, Eats will be provided by El Mero Taco, which will serve its Oaxaca-Memphis fusion fare. The brewing team, led by Wes Osier of Urban South and Abita Breweries in New Orleans, Terrapin Beer Co. in Athens, Georgia, and Sweet Water Brewery in Atlanta, is slated to put out 500 barrels in the first year. Hampline is on the same property as Rec Room and Civil Axe. Martha Hample is one of the brewerys key management people alongside Richard Rhodes, who owns the property, and Osier. The taproom will feature locally-crafted communal high-top tables, light snacks, and live sports on its 49-inch flat screen television. Additional seating will be available on the covered outdoor porch and the lower level grassy beer garden, which will feature custom picnic tables and a shade trellis. Hampline Brewing Company, which is now open for keg and can sales, will be open from 4 to 10 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays, 1 to 10 p.m. Saturdays, and 1 to 8 p.m. Sundays.

County Commission: Do the Ayes Still Have It?
01/25/2021 12:41pm

The formal vocabulary of Shelby County Commission meetings is slowly gravitating from the antique and ornamental to current and ordinary forms of speech. Until recently, as an example, meetings used to be opened by invocations by the sergeant-at-arms of the venerable Anglo-Norman phrase oyez, oyez, except that the uniformed county officer serving in that role would pronounce the phrase Oh yes, oh yes. These days, the officer says instead, Hear ye, hear ye, which happens to be what the archaic phrase oyez, oyez, still used in the U.S. Supreme Court and by numerous other tribunals, actually means. A parallel phenomenon has been the attrition undergone by the archaic term aye as the traditional signifier of an affirmative vote. At some point in the early days of the Commission that was elected and installed in 2018, new Commissioner David Bradford, who represents Collierville and other suburban areas in east Shelby County, began saying simply yes when, in a roll call of Commissioners vote, he gave his okay to this or that measure. The other members voting on his side of the issue would continue saying aye, an Anglo-Scottich term dating from the 16th century which has got itself lodged in parliamentary idiom ever since. Slowly, though, Bradfords usage began catching on with other commissioners fellow Republicans Mark Billingsley and Mick Wright, especially who are now apt to say yes as often as aye when they vote in favor. Though its dominion of the traditional term is slipping on the Commission, the ayes still have it, for the most part, as the word continues its general prevalence in roll calls. Oddly, the symmetrical equivalent to it, nay, goes totally unspoken in normal circumstances, except in the occasional summing up of a negative vote outcome, as in the nays have it.

Council Wants Review of City Employees at Capitol Attack
01/25/2021 12:39pm

The Memphis City Council members want to know if any of the citys public safety employees were present at the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th. A resolution on the councils Tuesday agenda will request the Memphis Police Department MPD to investigate whether any city of Memphis public safety employees participated in the U.S. Capitol riot in Washington, D.C. Council members then want Memphis Mayor Jim Stricklands administration to develop and present a plan to the council revealing those employees and creating a process to ensure former city of Memphis public safety employees re-hiring status reflects participation in the U.S. Capitol riots. The resolution is sponsored by council members Michalyn Easter-Thomas, Martavius Jones, J B Smiley Jr., and Dr. Jeff Warren. The resolution comes as several sworn police officers from departments across the nation now face federal criminal charges as a result of their participation in the insurrection, it reads. That becomes important, it says, to further address concerns about the need for increased oversight and accountabilitywithin public-safety-based departments, especially in light of 2020s international call for reformwithin the criminal justice system. While the council members say the councilsupports the lawful expression of free speech, aswell as the right to peacefully assemble, and is committed to upholding the tenets of democracy that theacts of violence and insurrection ... do not align with the principles or freedoms upon which our nation is based and that the council condemns the actions of the rioters.

COVID-19: Hospital Capacity Rates Reduce from Red Zone
01/25/2021 12:26pm

New virus case numbers rose by 417 over the last 24 hours. The new cases put the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 80,770. Total current active cases of the virus the number of people known to have COVID-19 in the county fell again to 4,991, the first time the figure has been below 5,000 in many weeks. The number reached a record high of more than 8,000 three weeks ago. The figure had been as low as 1,299 in September androse above 2,000 only in October. The new active case count represents 6.2 percent of all cases of the virus reported here since March. In Shelby County, 33,687 COVID-19 vaccines have been given,according to the latest data issued Wednesday.As of that day, 6,999 have been given two doses for full vaccination and 26,688 have been given a single dose. The Shelby County Health Department reported that 929,363 tests have been given here since March. This figure includes multiple tests given to some people. As of Sunday, acute care beds were 86 percent full in area hospitals with 323 beds available. Of the 2,027 patients in acute care beds now, 282 of them were COVID-19-positive.Intensive Care Unit ICU beds were 89 percent full with 46 beds available. Of the 365 patients in ICU beds now, 115 were COVID-19-positive. The latest weekly positivity rate fell again for the second week in a row, down now more than five percentage points from the record-high 17.5 percent two weeks ago. The average positive of test results for the week of January 10th was 12 percent. That figure is down more than two percentage points from the 14.1 percent recorded for the week of January 3rd. Seven new deaths were reported over the last 24 hours. Though, those deaths may not have all occurred within the last day. Reports come form many agencies and arent all reported on the day of the death. The total death tollnow stands at 1,194.The average age of those who have died in Shelby County is 74, according to the health department. The age of the youngest COVID-19 death was 13. The oldest person to die from the virus was 101.Shelby County vaccine information: COVID-19 vaccinations for 1a1 groups, health care workers and individuals age 75 started last week at the Pipkin Building at the Mid-South Fairgrounds. All appointments are now filled for January. The health department will continue to provide daily updates, announce when more appointments are available and provide another signup opportunity. For information on vaccines and more, visit the countys COVID-19 website at shelby.community. COVID-19 Testing Availability Shelby County has plenty of testing capacity available, according to the health department, and anyone who thinks they need a test should get one. Two of the community drive-through testing sites are now available to anyone, and no appointment is needed during their regular testing hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday Friday. Those sites are: 2355 Appling City Cove 1720 RKS Commercial Cove off Lamar AvenueA new health directive that loosened some restrictions took effect Saturday. Check out the health departments information right here:

Memphis Magazine
Memphis Magazine

(901) 521-9000

65 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions


Bruce Carriage Company
01/25/2021 8:00am

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis: January 22nd-24th
01/21/2021 6:00pm

Memphis weekend events will feature free pie for National Pie Day, a revolution in art, a passionate heart for theater, and two milestone anniversaries.

King & Union Bar Grocery
01/21/2021 8:00am

Its a Delta diet at the corner of B.B. King and Union Downtown.

Kristy Dallas Alley’s The Ballad of Ami Miles
01/20/2021 8:00am

Memphis authors debut novel is an inspirational sci-fi story of self-actualization.

The Wilson Wine Experience
01/19/2021 8:00am

Spend an evening wining and dining at one of the Mid-Souths hidden gems.

The Commercial Appeal
The Commercial Appeal

(901) 529-2345

495 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions


To keep them out of the hospital, Baptist to treat some patients from their own homes
01/24/2021 9:00pm

While the number of COVID-19 patients has decreased in recent weeks, hospitals are still strained by the pandemic.

Shelby County Health Department announces locations for second doses of Moderna vaccine
01/25/2021 9:06am

If you received your first dose of the Moderna vaccine through the Shelby County Health Department heres where you need to go for dose two.

Memphis has won last two games by 47 points. Why Penny Hardaway believes Tigers can be even better
01/25/2021 6:19am

Memphis coach Penny Hardaway was not satisfied by Sundays 27-point win at ECU.

Sam White, Memphis 6-year-old who raps about careers returns to Ellen, announces book deal
01/25/2021 12:36pm

Sam White also gave incoming president Joe Biden some advice during his Monday appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

On a mission to fix Mid-South muscle cars: Auto shop another sign of growth in Whitehaven
01/25/2021 9:12am

Muscle car mechanic Turbo Knights ramps up in Whitehaven, part of the larger commercial uplift underway in the Memphis neighborhood.

The Daily News
The Daily News

(901) 523-1561

193 Jefferson
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions



(901) 320-1313

485 S Highland St
Memphis, TN 38111   Directions



(901) 458-2521

7151 Cherry Farms Rd
Cordova, TN 38016   Directions



(901) 726-0555

1960 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38104   Directions



(901) 543-2333

803 Channel 3 Dr
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions


Judge issues order dismissing DNA petition in Pervis Payne case
01/25/2021 1:21pm

MEMPHIS, Tenn. A judge on Monday filed an order dismissing Pervis Paynes DNA petition. On July 22, attorneys for the Tennessee death row inmate filed a petition for DNA testing to be performed on several key pieces evidence. The court granted the request in September. READ: Pervis Payne DNA Final Order The results from ...

Three more men arrested in connection to I-240, Poplar Avenue shooting
01/25/2021 8:18am

Three more men have been arrested in connection to a shooting on I-240 at Poplar Avenue last year.

Police: Human bones found on Mud Island
01/24/2021 11:28am

MEMPHIS, Tenn. Memphis Police are investigating after human bones were found on Mud Island Saturday afternoon. Police said a landscaping crew discovered the bones at around 4 p.m. Authorities were able to identify the bones as humans. Memphis Police say investigators returned to the scene to gather additional evidence. This is a developing story.

Shelby County Health Department to begin administering second COVID-19 vaccine doses this week
01/25/2021 8:52am

The Shelby County Health Department said it will begin administering second doses to those individuals vaccinated between December 28 and January 3 starting on Wednesday, January 27.

Sarah Sanders announces campaign for Arkansas governor
01/24/2021 8:03pm

Sarah Sanders announced she will be running for Arkansas governor.

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