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Delta Farm Press
Delta Farm Press

Memphis, TN

(800) 441-1410


Farm Progress America, February 17, 2020
02/17/2020 5:58am

Max Armstrong looks at a rising trend in the beef industry Prime carcasses

Is it time for options?
02/17/2020 2:05am

Ready or not, consider starting 2020 marketing plans.

Tile drainage can improve fieldwork timeliness, yields
02/17/2020 2:00am

Long-term research studies back up these claims.

Mating data to crop insurance
02/17/2020 2:00am

Farmers Edge is engaging agents across the country to provide customers a way to share key information for improved accuracy and ease of claim filing.

Farmers to talk grazing and more at Feb. 27 meeting
02/17/2020 1:40am

Come and learn from people who are making forage systems work.

Memphis Business Journal
Memphis Business Journal

651 Oakleaf Office Ln
Memphis, TN 38117   Directions

(901) 523-1000


Memphis as Usual: Next great idea for the city goes to the dogs (and cats)
02/14/2020 2:22pm

The annual Building Memphis awards were held this week read all about the finalists and winners in the Feb. 14 weekly edition and a recap of the ceremony here.In a future year, the facilities that are currently home to the Memphis Brooks Museum and Memphis College of Art may well vie for Building Memphis awards.The Brooks is decamping for Downtown the college is decamping for the afterlife.The fate of the Overton Park buildings is a hot topic. Though, to be fair, every thing that happens

Ryan Radish's radical wine lists: Meet the sommelier behind Ticer and Hudman's restaurant dynasty
02/14/2020 1:42pm

For Radish, working at Bishop was like going full circle. He first met Hudman and Ticer when they all worked at Chez Philippe. In fact, Radish credits his time at the Peabody hotel restaurant as incredibly influential on his career.

Vision brought to life: On the scene at Building Memphis awards with people behind projects
02/14/2020 1:23pm

Miss this years Building Memphis awards Want to know who took home the top prizes Weve got your on-the-scenes recap and look at the winners.

Southwest's Memphis-Atlanta flight hopes to take MEM to new heights
02/14/2020 12:42pm

As the airport continues its push to increase flights, travelers from Memphis to Atlanta are about to have more options.

Mississippi unveils job count, pay, and incentives for Milwaukee Tool expansion
02/14/2020 11:13am

The Mississippi Development Authority announced this week that Milwaukee Tools latest Mid-South expansion is bringing 100 new jobs and $9 million more in corporate investment to Olive Branch.The state is set to provide a $350,000 grant to help with equipment installation and a $980,000 tax rebate for the jobs, Mississippi Development Authority spokeswoman Tammy Craft said. The City of Olive Branch and DeSoto County will also provide property tax breaks. Milwaukee is set to pay the new employees

Memphis Flyer
Memphis Flyer

65 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 521-9000


Music Video Monday: Jordan Occasionally
02/17/2020 11:14am

Music Video Monday has what you want. Coffee. Thats what we all want. I want more right now. But before I get more, Im going to introduce you to Jordan Occasionally, the artist behind Coffee Im Addictied. With this video, shot in Avenue Coffee Shop, it seems like the Choose901 Artist to Watch has got her finger on the racing pulse of caffeinated Memphis. Except, in this case, the coffee might be a metaphor. It is a black queer love story, that lacks the elements of tragedy Hollywood seems to impose on black queer relationships, says Jordan. I hope to encourage and promote love because more children need to know that it is okay to be who they are, and I know my music video will provide them with that hope. Coffee, the drink of love. Heres the video, produced and directed by NuJas: If you would like to see your music video featured on Music Video Monday, email cmccoymemphisflyer.com

Make MATA Free: Improve the Lives of Thousands of Memphians
02/17/2020 10:44am

Last spring I found myself in a position of unimaginable privilege. For the first time in my adult life, I had a car that worked and was paid off. No weird rattles, squeaking brakes, bald tires. I hate the term adulting for philosophical reasons, but it was one of those times in my life that made me think so this is what its like. Then I started anticipating the inevitable break-in, wreck, or other misfortune that would set me back again and put me in my cosmic place. Just watch, Id say. Somethings going to fall out of the sky and land on my car because I dont deserve this. A month later, as a chunk of road debris hurtled toward my windshield on I-40, I thought, Well, there it is. The damage turned out to be minor, but being virtually carless for a couple weeks reminded me how difficult it is to thrive in Memphis without a vehicle. My home and my office are two miles apart, putting me on the road a grand total of 10 minutes a day. I know I have it easy. But I tried to plot a bus route home from work and MATAs trip planner told me LOL, walk which I did, a couple times. And let me tell you, it sucked If thats more optimal than the bus, weve got a problem with the bus. I can shrug and catch an Uber, but someone who has to schlep across town for a $7.25-an-hour job does not have that luxury. The bus ride from Whitehaven to Downtown takes about an hour one-way, not including the wait. Anyone who doesnt have access to a car has their opportunities limited by the number of hours in a day. Im heartened by the county mayors commitment to transit equity, and Id love to see MATA viewed less as the nuisance in the right lane on Poplar and more as a reliable way to get around. Improving and expanding service are obviously high priorities for increasing ridership, but theres one more way to get people to hop on. The New York Times last month published a story about a growing trend in cities that have seen bus ridership increase up to 60 percent. All they had to do was waive the fare. Should Memphis try something similar Yes, it sounds counterintuitive, as the city and county look to infuse more money into MATA, not less. But public transportation cant work unless its an option for everyone, versus the only option for some. There are two ways to do that: Make it convenient, and make it affordable. $1.75 a ride seems affordable, until you factor in the time investment and the fact that $70 a month does not fit everyones definition of affordable. Oh, but who will pay for it Lets just get this out of the way: the same people who pay for every other public good. I have little patience for those who bristle at paying for services they dont use, as if we could allocate our taxes to the projects we care about. I dont have kids, and my house hasnt burned down yet, but here I am, still dutifully paying for schools and the fire department. If you live in Cordova and have never seen a bus, Im sorry to hear it but you chose the Germantown Parkway lifestyle, friend. And youre contributing to the road congestion and pollution that better public transit would solve. Actually, that makes a pretty good case for a toll. How about, say, $1.75 each way for commuters on 240 and 385 While cities that waived bus fares saw an increase in ridership, they didnt see a decrease in the number of cars on the road. This is because people who ride the bus generally dont have cars. Such is the case in Memphis, where bus riders typically live in poorer neighborhoods. Why should they pay to be part of the solution In addition to the wheel tax the county commission is considering, there are other car-centric ways to fund free transit. On any given day in Midtown, the city could make a boatload ticketing cars parked illegally on the street too close to the corner, in no-parking zones, in front of fire hydrants. Maybe some incentives could encourage businesses to dig in and support a transit fund. Who knows Its not impossible to make transportation a right, not a privilege. Jen Clarke is a digital marketing specialist and an unapologetic Memphian.

Tigers' Top 10 Individual Seasons
02/17/2020 9:07am

With the University of Memphis marking a centennial of basketball, the time is right for a look at the 10 greatest individual seasons in program history. Here they are. 10 Dajuan Wagner 2001-02 Wagners abbreviated NBA career has left him somewhat of a footnote in the sports history, but his one college season was memorable for two reasons. His 762 points are the most ever scored by a Memphis player in one campaign and he finished the season raising a national championship trophy, having led the Tigers to victory in the NIT at Madison Square Garden. 9 Jeremiah Martin 2018-19 Until Martins senior season, seven Memphis players had scored 40 points in a game, but no one had done so twice. Martin scored 40 points twice in the month of February the first time in a single half. A player who averaged 2.7 points as a freshman became just the fifth Tiger to score 700 points in a season. 8 Andre Turner 1985-86 The Little General averaged 7.7 assists per game in the first season After Keith Lee. In the 34 years since, no Tiger has averaged as many as 7.0 and only two have hit the 6.0 mark Penny Hardaway and Chris Garner. Turner also averaged 13.9 points, joined the 1,000-point club, and helped the Tigers to a fifth straight appearance in the NCAA tournament. 7 Forest Arnold 1955-56 Arnold is one of only two Tigers to rank among the programs top 10 in both scoring average 21.2, seventh and rebounding average 13.5, fourth from the same season. His 46 points against Hardin-Simmons on December 7, 1955, are the second-most for a single game in Memphis history. Larry Finch scored 48 in a 1973 game. 6 Chris Douglas-Roberts 2007-08 CDR became only the third Memphis player to earn first-team All-America honors from the AP and did so sharing the floor with a man Derrick Rose who would be the top pick in the 2008 NBA draft. His 724 points rank third in Tiger history and he might be even higher on this last had he not missed a pair of late free throws in the national championship against Kansas. 5 Win Wilfong 1956-57 Wilfong averaged 21.0 points and 12.4 rebounds 63 years later, both figures rank among the Tigers top 10. He led Memphis State to the NIT final and earned MVP honors with 31 points despite the Tigers loss to Bradley. Converse named him first-team All-America. 4 Keith Lee 1984-85 You could really take your pick from Lees four Tiger seasons, but well go with his senior campaign, one that earned the West Memphis native first-team All-America recognition from the AP. Lee averaged 19.7 points and 9.2 rebounds in leading the Tigers to the first 30-win season in program history and their second Final Four appearance. 3 Larry Finch 1972-73 To this day, no Tiger has averaged more than Finchs 24.0 points per game over the course of a season. Finchs 23.9 average from the 1971-72 campaign ranks second. Ive heard it said by several that he would have averaged 30 points with a three-point line. He was the first Tiger to top 700 points for a season, capped off by 29 against UCLA in the national championship. 2 Penny Hardaway 1992-93 Hardaway broke his coachs single-season scoring record with 729 points while also becoming just the second Tiger to dish out 200 assists in a season. Over three days in early January, Hardaway became the first and still only Tiger to post two triple-doubles. He was named first-team All-America by the AP, only the second Tiger to be so honored. 1 Larry Kenon 1972-73 Kenon is the only Tiger player to have his jersey number retired for only one season of actually wearing it. And that season was good enough to top this list. Kenon is the only Tiger to pull down as many as 400 rebounds in a season, and he had 501. Ronnie Robinsons junior and sophomore seasons are second and fourth on the chart, respectively, but his senior year, Kenon pulled down anything round or orange. Kenon had 25 double-doubles in 30 games, averaging 20.1 points and 16.7 rebounds. As great as Finch and Robinson were, those Tigers dont reach the Final Four without Larry Kenon.

Connecticut 64, Tigers 61
02/16/2020 4:40pm

The Tigers scored nine points in the final minute of their game at UConns XL Center Sunday afternoon. And it wasnt enough. Its been that kind of season.UConn guard James Bouknight hit a jump shot and converted a three-point play on consecutive possessions to give the Huskies a 55-50 lead with just over three minutes to play. He later scored on an offensive rebound to make the score 58-52 before the Tigers comeback effort.Precious Achiuwa scored six points and Tyler Harris it a three-pointer to pull the Tigers within a point 62-61 but with only 1.9 seconds left on the clock. Christian Vital hit a pair of free throws to clinch the win and extend the Tigers losing streak to three games. Memphis is now 17-8 on the season and an even 6-6 in American Athletic Conference competition. The Huskies improved to 14-11 5-7 despite losing center Akok Akok to a left Achilles heel injury in the games first minute.Achiuwa finished with 16 points and 13 rebounds for his 14th double-double of the season. Harris hit four three-pointers and scored 16 points off the bench for Memphis. Vital led UConn with 23 points while Bouknight added 17.Memphis led early and took a 47-45 lead on a Harris trey with 7:40 left to play, but the Huskies answered, earning the win despite shooting 32 percent from the field. They pulled down 16 offensive rebounds.The Tigers return home Wednesday when theyll host East Carolina at FedExForum. Tip-off is scheduled for 6 p.m.

Grizzlies' Rising Stars at NBA All-Star Weekend
02/15/2020 1:15pm

Brandon Clarke went up against teammates Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson, Jr. in the NBA Rising Stars game. Clarke started on Team World while Morant and Jackson started on Team USA. The game began with Morant lobbing to Jackson for a bucket, but Clarke had the best stats of the trio. The Canadian finished with 22 points, eight rebounds, and two assists, including some dazzling dunks. Jackson had 12 points and seven rebounds and Morant added 10 points and six assists, including some highlight plays, to lift Team USA to a 151131 win. After the game, Clarke spoke to the media about playing against his teammates. I was just kind of in awe watching them really, Clarke said about Morant and Jackson. So I wasnt really telling my teammates what they were going to do. I actually would just say, Jaren is pulling left heavily, which he did. But thats pretty much it. Clarke added Its kind of cool guarding Ja, because I see why he is so tough to guard. I think he had a really good finish going left on me and I see why that shot is so hard to block. Ive seen Ja do that move so much going left and doing that double layup and I still couldnt stop it. So it shows how hard it is to guard him. Ja Morant talked about playing against Clarke. Brandon Clarke It definitely was, Morant said when asked if it was odd playing against his teammate. I kind of knew what he was going do, though. So, I got out of the way on a couple dunks. I tried to box him out early because I know he likes getting rebounds and then dunking it back. We are just young, very athletic and just get out and run, Morant said about the Grizzlies team. I feel like we all have something to prove. We just go out with this chip on our shoulder. We keep proving people wrong. More quotes from Morant: What was it like to play with all those guys you have never played before It was nice. I mean, like they said, Rising Stars. Thats what this game is for, for guys coming up in the league trying to be big-time players. Definitely special playing with the best young talent in this NBA. Can you talk about your first NBA All-Star experience It was just having fun. I attack every game the same way. Obviously today is not the same as playing with the Grizzlies, but still have fun. Any butterflies for this game No, I dont even get nervous for games anymore. I feel like at the end of the day, its basketball and there is nothing I should be afraid of, because whoever Im going against put on their shoes and stuff the same way I do. How do you feel about being in your first NBA All-Star and doing all the NBA Cares stuff in this city and the message it sends to the local youth Its special. Had fun, enjoyed every bit of everything that I was involved in this weekend. Hopefully, Ill be in a lot more. What kind of things are you looking forward to this coming weekend Enjoying it, thats it. Having fun. Its my first one. My family is here and we are all going to enjoy it.

Memphis Magazine
Memphis Magazine

65 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 521-9000


Local Treasures: Home Court Advantage
02/17/2020 2:00am

When Arveal Turner wanted to introduce tennis to Memphis kids, he built a court in his own backyard.

When the Memphis Tigers Football Team’s “Mighty Roar” Was Barely a Whimper
02/15/2020 7:00am

The schools 1924-25 football season was probably the worst in its history.

Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis: February 14th-16th
02/13/2020 12:00pm

Go all-in for your Valentine with sweet treats, performance feats, and art beats during Memphis weekend events.

Tidbits: Coastal Fish Company
02/13/2020 8:00am

The new restaurant at Shelby Farms marries seafood and sunsets.

We Saw You: Royal Studios Holiday Party
02/13/2020 12:30am

Royal Studios holiday party snowballed into an extraordinary extravaganza.

The Commercial Appeal
The Commercial Appeal

495 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 529-2345


Memphis planned to contend for a national championship. Where did it all go wrong?
02/17/2020 7:00am

The Tigers are 17-8 with six games left before the AAC Tournament in Fort Worth, Texas.

The 901: Grizzlies' Ja Morant, teammates did Memphis proud in All-Star debut
02/17/2020 10:05am

The Memphis Grizzlies Ja Morant and his teammates helped make this years NBA All-Star Weekend one of the more memorable in recent years.

Will FedEx Express linking with Ground make union organizing easier for employees?
02/17/2020 5:01am

A new link between FedEx Express and FedEx Ground wont be enough to lower the high bar Express employees have to organize, FedEx said.

How artist Evelina Dillon fit 150 years of Collierville history into a single painting
02/17/2020 12:45pm

Artist Evelina Dillon commemorated 150 years of Collierville history in a single work of art, painting places and items representative of events familiar to people in the town.

The insanity of professional bull riding comes to Memphis
02/16/2020 9:54pm

More than 10,000 fans came to FedExForum for the PBRs Velocity Tour and it highlighted a sport thats thrilling, heartbreaking and excruciating.

The Daily News
The Daily News

193 Jefferson
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 523-1561



485 S Highland St
Memphis, TN 38111   Directions

(901) 320-1313



7151 Cherry Farms Rd
Cordova, TN 38016   Directions

(901) 458-2521



1960 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38104   Directions

(901) 726-0555



803 Channel 3 Dr
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 543-2333


Man arrested in Memphis after woman, daughters killed in Wisconsin waives extradition
02/16/2020 5:49pm

MEMPHIS, Tenn. A man is in custody in Memphis on accusations that he is connected to the death of a mother and her two daughters in Wisconsin. Arzel Ivery was arrested in Memphis on Thursday. During a court appearance on Monday, Ivery waived extradition. A team from Milwaukee will be down to get him

Man, juvenile charged after 11-year-old shot in Whitehaven
02/16/2020 7:51pm

An adult male and a 13-year-old juvenile were charged after a 11-year-old was shot in Whitehaven on Sunday night.

UPDATE: Shelby County inmate captured after walking away from work site
02/14/2020 2:01pm

A Shelby County inmate walked away from a work site and authorities believe she may be in danger.

Memphis man accused of breaking into Fox Meadows home, raping woman inside
02/17/2020 1:25pm

MEMPHIS, Tenn. A Memphis man was arrested after police say he broke into his neighbors home, stole several items and then raped a woman sleeping inside. The victim told police she was asleep in her bedroom early Sunday morning when she woke up to find a man touching her. He covered her mouth, preventing

Rascal Flatts adds Southaven stop to farewell tour
02/17/2020 11:53am

Superstar country group Rascal Flatts announced new stops in their farewell tour, including a performance in Southaven, Mississippi in July.

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