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Importance of high school pitched at 4-week boot camp


The Memphis Challenge 9/10 Movement four-week boot camp for rising 9th and 10th grade students culminated Wednesday with its closing ceremony and small business presentations at Christian Brothers University.



Forty-nine students were exposed to a variety of skills and knowledge that led to creating one-year vision boards, learning to accept


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Curtis Weathers: Team Hamilton’s man in charge


A former NFL player-turned-principal, Curtis Weathers knows about the hope and promise that often accompanies a new season or year. In a few days, he will get to experience that sensation anew as the head of Hamilton High School.


After eleven successful years as the first principal to lead the charge at Memphis’ – and the state’s – first charter sc


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Aristocrat of Bands taking high-energy show to NFL Hall of Fame game Aug. 3

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NASHVILLE (TSU News Service) – They have marched and performed all across the country, from presidential inaugurations and marching competitions to nationally televised NFL halftime shows, as well as movie and concert venues.


Now the Aristocrat of Bands from Tennessee State University will head north later this summer to celebrate TSU’s great C


Tennessee Medical Association taking heat for new pregnancy criminalization law

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National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW), along with more than 65 leading Tennessee, national, and international medial and ethics professionals, and other organizations, have released a letter to policymakers and media calling attention to the Tennessee Medical Association’s (TMA) support for a new law allowing the arrest of women who become p


Hammering on Weirich’s record


With early voting for the August 7th election having now entered its second week, Judge Joe Brown says his “Law and Order” grassroots campaign will continue to zero in on the record of incumbent Shelby County Dist. Atty. Amy Weirich.


That record, according to Brown, includes “Amy’s 8 Dirty Little Secrets She Does Not Want The Voters To Know.” Last


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