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  • Mar 17-23, 2005
  • Vol. 1, No. 838

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  • Bush's Suite Stay

    For most ordinary people, a night at a swanky hotel means chocolate on the pillow, a bar stocked with those little bottles of booze, and a television that gets more than basic cable. But when the leader of the free world comes to town, he gets presidential-sized perks.
  • Taming the Wolf

    Dirt trails have been used along the Wolf River for years. Now the Wolf River Conservancy wants to pave the trails for a 22-mile greenway.
  • Roll Call

    For more than a decade, Ron Pope has headed the Memphis City Schools department responsible for enforcing truancy laws. With the school district trimming its budget and reorganizing several administrative positions, Pope's truancy team may be dissolved.

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Politics

  • POLITICS: George W.'s Un-Op Stop in Memphis
  • POLITICS: George W.'s Un-Op Stop in Memphis

    ABC's Jake Tapper, a self-acknowledged acolyte of the King's who made his journalistic bones as an online columnist for Salon, showed off his Elvis-themed tie Friday, as he - like The New York Times' Maureen Dowd and several score other national reporters - filed stories from the car museum across Elvis Presley Boulevard from Graceland.

    That's as close as most observers - tourists, protesters, reporters what-have-you - got to the grounds of the late music icon's mansion, or to the National Civil Rights Museum, where President Bush, Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi, and the rest of their party made an impromptu stop, or to the downtown Rendezvous Restaurant, where the two heads of state and a largish retinue of local officials finished off their highly private whirlwind tour of Memphis.

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