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5:39 am
Tue June 24, 2008

Mid-Southerner Pinched By Economic Slide

Memphis, TN – A quick trip to the mall, park or even to work is now a cause to pause. With gas prices nearing $4.00 a gallon, the economy is tanking. Money's tight, and it's beginning to hit home for Mid-Southerners. Candice Ludlow talked with a successful, Mid-South, self-employed graphic designer whose life has taken a striking downturn. So much, that he now finds himself scouting the want ads.

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Mid-South News
7:14 am
Mon June 23, 2008

Closing the Disparity Gap In Memphis Healthcare

Memphis, TN – Most number one rankings are achieved with pride; Memphis, however, lead the nation in 2007 for most obese city. Nicole Erwin reports how a grassroots organization has been chosen to participate in a nationwide effort to reduce obesity and the health issues that correlate.

Frederick Mann, Deputy Director of Communications for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently announced some startling figures involving Memphis and its level of health care.

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Commentaries
2:00 am
Wed June 18, 2008

You May Already Have the Answer

Memphis, TN – If bosses don't know the answers, or if they don't trust the answers given to them on a new product or concept, they will initiate costly research studies. Even in the case of a new initiative, existing research on a previous project might contain the answers you need to know.

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Mid-South News
7:10 am
Tue June 17, 2008

Daily News: County Commission Cuts, Then Reinstates Schools' Funding

Memphis, TN – Both the city and county schools dodged a bullet. Bill Dries reports for the Daily News. He spoke with Candice Ludlow about the County Commission's decision to continue funding both city and county schools.

To read all about it in the Memphis Daily News, go to www.memphisdailynews.com.

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Mid-South News
6:57 am
Tue June 17, 2008

Daily News: More Fall Out From Council's Cuts to City Schools

Memphis, TN – Andy Meek covers city politics for the Daily News. Today, he spoke with Nicole Erwin about the latest wrinkle in the funding fight between Memphis and its city schools.

To read the story in full, go to www.memphisdailynews.org.

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