Professional draftsman and part-time carpenter Antonio Pritchett and his wife, Patrice, a pharmacist, looked long and hard for their first house to buy, renovate and sell to inaugurate their new business, Pritchett Homes and Design. But through the course of six months and about 20 prospective houses, Antonio Pritchett recalled, "somebody would beat us out with a cash offer or they were overpriced.''
Seven homicides have occurred in Memphis just since Monday, according to Memphis Police officials who issued a statement late Friday afternoon stating, "These killings must stop.'' Two of the victims knew their assailants and seven of the homicides involved a disagreement or fight, MPD spokesman Louis Brownlee stated in the release. So far this year 178 homicides have occurred in Memphis. Of those, 88 victims knew their assailants and 27 of those killings involved domestic violence.
The Riviana Foods rice plant in South Memphis keeps expanding like dry rice in boiling water. But this time the growth involves the frozen rice and pasta products of Riviana's sister company, Ebrofrost North America. A new application for a construction permit shows that Riviana plans $3.1 million worth of site work in the complex it shares with Ebrofrost at 2360 Prospect/2314 Lauderdale, which is just southwest of the city's Links at Pine Hill golf course.
@RadioWyatt Yes, the refs should have stopped play. But look how close Howland is to the ref when State has the fast break advantage. He could have yelled “Time out!” Maybe we should temper our outrage. https://t.co/6MfA1c8Uee
@1skillet@WillSammon That’s the bottom line to me: Who could have foreseen? In perfect hindsight, I wish the refs or later our bench had stopped play. Maybe this will lead to a rule change or emphasis.
@1skillet@WillSammon Mike, our bench saw Nick injured first during Ut’s possession before we got the ball. We could have called time out once we got the ball. We wanted to score. Being too harsh of the refs could expose some hypocrisy. If fingers must be pointed, there’s blame to spread around.
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