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“I’m very proud to make this announcement,” Post-Intelligencer Editor and Publisher Michael Williams said, in promoting his wife and P-I Business Manager Evonne Williams to associate publisher of the newspaper.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following editorial was written by the late C.P.J. Mooney for the Memphis Commercial Appeal on Dec. 12, 1912. Following our custom of many years we again reprint this famous editorial, written by a famous Southern editor.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following editorial, written by then-Editor and Publisher W. Percy Williams, was published 75 years ago on Monday, Dec. 8, 1941.

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Kert Blackwood’s Friday column on behalf of the local  Volunteers for Freedom Tea Party included information on a company that has Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam as a member of its board of directors.

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… Henry County’s loyal adult education staff, now out of a job because state budget cuts have led to a reorganization.  

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British citizens voted Thursday to withdraw from the European Economic Union, evidence of the right-wing movement that is sweeping across nations.

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“People are very pleased that, being a businessman, Donald Trump doesn’t talk like a clever politician. But what’s disconcerting is that he doesn’t talk like a clever businessman either.” 

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Is it already too late to do anything about global climate change? Experts disagree on that, but tend to say together that time’s a-wasting. We need  urgent action — if only we could agree on what action to take.

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Another long red line marches into the pages of Henry County High School yearbooks tonight. Rightly so, we celebrate.

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The problem with trying to learn from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster is that even now, 30 years after the Soviet plant exploded, there’s no way to determine the actual cost.

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Let’s not look on the upcoming change in the $20 bill as a rebuke of President Andrew Jackson, but as a long-overdue honor for a gallant American woman.

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New York primaries have cleared the campaign atmosphere to the point that the November election seems to present a choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

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Everybody — even Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump — deserves a break now and then.

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A hard-hitting editorial in The Tennessean in Nashville says our state has much to lose if it goes ahead with a package of bills that discriminate against minorities because of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity

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Tennessee has become the first state in the nation to pass a law taking action when local water systems are found to have high levels of lead.

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More people in Tennessee died from overdoses of opioid prescription pain killers in 2014 than from guns or auto accidents, the state Health Department reports.

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Freedom of religion seems like such a simple idea: People may practice whatever religious beliefs they support — or no religion at all — and government should keep its hands off.

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