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11:14 am
Wed February 6, 2008

Is Your Washer Out of Cycle?

Memphis, TN – John Malmo is chairman emeritus of Archer/Malmo Advertising and an independent marketing consultant. For more about Mr. Malmo - and to obtain a copy of his book of 110 two-minute business pearls - go to johnmalmo.com.

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Mid-South News
6:13 am
Wed February 6, 2008

Super Tuesday: Shelby County & Tennessee

Memphis, TN – The results are finally in this evening for Shelby County and the State of Tennessee. In many ways, Shelby County is very different than the rest of the state. Candice Ludlow explains.

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Mid-South News
6:08 am
Wed February 6, 2008

Tornadoes & Severe Weather Delay Vote Counting

Memphis, TN – The digital world is something that many take for granted, except when counting votes. Super Tuesday is putting it to the test. The polls closed at 7, but in Shelby County, people had to wait longer than expected. Pat Walters reports.

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Mid-South News
9:20 am
Tue February 5, 2008

MLGW Case Dismissed, For Now

Oxford, MS – Whose water is it, anyway? Seems to be at crux of the water dispute between the state Mississippi and MLGW and the City of Memphis. A federal district judge dismissed the water lawsuit against MLGW and Memphis today, saying that it's an issue between states.

At issue is the crystal clear water that Memphians have relished since 1880. Memphis pulls its water from the Mississippi Embayment, an underground system of aquifers that stretch from Illinois to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Mid-South News
10:20 am
Mon February 4, 2008

Water Dispute Goes to Trial In Federal Court

Memphis – Shelby County residents have long relished the pure, sparkling water that is drawn from deep below the earth's surface. Today, the water dispute between Mississippi and Memphis, Light, Gas and Water and City of Memphis goes to trial in Oxford, Mississippi.

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