Blasts From the Past 

Several figures in the 2005 Tennessee Waltz sting are making a reentry into public life.

Yes, that smaller image is who you think it is. In her candidacy for the state House of Representatives seat made vacant by the death this summer of longtime incumbent Lois DeBerry, Kemba Ford called on a once-familiar political presence for backup…

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