Eugart's widow, Virginia, lives at Trezevant Manor, and their son still lives in Memphis.
A photo was posted on Facebook of the "cherished" cupola tossed in a dumpster.
I cannot watch it anymore because my blood pressure soars. They should just call it New Orleans Beat. The folksy police station, spanish moss on the trees, the barbecue festival looking like an Iowa county fair, it drives me crazy. I'd much rather watch Police Women of Memphis for the authentic, gritty, down and dirty Memphis.
We've recently moved back to the area from a state that had a bottle bill. We now live in unincorporated Shelby County where there is no recycling. We take our recyclables to the containers in Shelby Farms. It would be so much more convenient to return bottles and cans to reverse vending machines at the grocery. Our roadways, rivers and lakes would stay so much cleaner, attracting more tourism dollars. It's a win-win for all.
By Hannah Sayle, Chris Herrington, Chris Shaw, Louis Goggans, Greg Akers, Bruce VanWyngarden, Jackson Baker and John Branston
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