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After years of downsizing and cost-cutting, can a leaner Commercial Appeal hang on as Memphis' daily newspaper of record?

The Commercial Appeal has a rich history. It has earned bragging rights for publishing a newspaper through good times and bad — even when the odds were stacked hard against that prospect. In the 167 years since its founding, the Mid-South's only…

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