Past, Present, Future 

Some thoughts generated over the Memorial Day weekend.

As July 1st, the formal merger date of Shelby County's formerly separate city and county school systems, nears, it is more apparent than ever that no true unification is possible. Freshly armed with refurbished legislative and gubernatorial authority, the suburban municipalities are…

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