Mid-South Heroes: Teacher uses her talents to help people of all ages

One woman is using her variety of talents to help people of all ages in the community.

  Mid-South Heroes: Police officer brings small town values to the Bluff City

Protecting, serving and saving lives. As a Memphis police officer, Chris Williams brings small town values to the Bluff City force.

  Mid-South Heroes: Friends vow to help young men and women

Friends! How many of us have four of them who are willing to unite under one vision to change the trajectory of Mid-South young people?

  Mid-South Heroes: Recognizing everyday heroes amid the COVID-19 pandemic

While many of our healthcare workers are battling coronavirus cases -- our everyday heroes are delivering meals, providing rides, donating clothes, shopping for groceries and cleaning homes and businesses.

  Mid-South Heroes: Recognizing teachers amid the COVID-19 pandemic

For May, we're recognizing teachers and all our educators as this month's Mid-South Heroes.

  Mid-South Heroes: Recognizing frontline workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic

With all of our health care workers, police officers, firefighters and other first responders putting themselves at risk on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, how could we pick just one Mid-South hero for April?

  Mid-South Heroes: Firefighter dedicates herself to the people she serves

A brush with near-tragedy as a teenager ignited a dream in this month's Mid-South Hero, Brenda Hartfield.

  Mid-South Heroes: Public servant gives his all to his community

A Mid-South man with a heart for helping others is being honored for giving his all to his community. His dedication to public service makes him this month’s Mid-South Hero!

  Mid-South Heroes: First grade teacher puts his students first 24/7

January's Mid-South Hero is a first grade teacher in Memphis who puts the students in his classroom first 24/7.

  Mid-South Heroes: Teacher wears many hats to help kids see their potential

December's Mid-South Hero is supercharged by his mission to help kids see their potential. So much so, that he's involved in eight student-centered programs at Bartlett High School.

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