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About "Make the Merger Work" and unifying the city/county school systems:

"Let the suburban cities have their districts and their schools. If it's really about the kids, why extort the new districts for buildings their kids already use?" — Bartlett Guy


About "Animal Shelter Director Resigns":

"Can't blame the guy for leaving. 'Here, fix all of the problems with the shelter and employees, but you cannot fire or even discipline anyone. You'll have no say in hiring decisions either. Oh, and take those cameras down as well. Now get out there and make a change!'" — mad_merc


About "Cody Slaughter Is Ultimate Elvis" at the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist contest:

"Cody stole the show in Las Vegas at Elvis Fest in July, then he shined like the star that he is in Memphis! Congratulations, Cody! You had some tough competition, but you deserved the prize!" — LindaSueF


About "FDA Issues Warning Letter to Lazy Cakes Maker" because the FDA doesn't consider melatonin to be a safe food additive:

"So glad the FDA has nothing better to do. Clearly, all other food is safe for consumption, so now it's time to go after the brownies." — Jeff


Comment of the Week:

About "Elvis Lives Here" and the future of Graceland and Elvis Presley Blvd.:

"Why do I think Elvis (wherever he is) got a big smile on his face when he read that the Krispy Kreme on his namesake street is the top-grossing one in the country?" — M_Awesomeberg

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