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The Week in Review


On this week’s Sound Bites, Chris Herrington fills in for Jennifer Biggs to talk with Black Sheep Catering’s Meredith Clinton about speakeasies and gas station food. 

John Bear, the CEO of the company that rivals the Tennessee Valley Authority as power supplier for Memphis Light, Gas & Water, said the savings estimate that is currently being provided by MLGW’s consulting firm is low. On “Behind the Headlines,” Bear said the savings would be closer to at least $100 million a year. 

Chris Herrington and Drew Hill recap the summer league games on this week’s edition of the Grizzlies Podcast, with special attention to Kenneth Lofton Jr.’s performance in Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. 

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TVA rival says MLGW savings estimate too low, transmission estimate too high By
Grizzlies podcast: Summer league recap By
Talking about Detroit, Skittles and changes for the better with Jennifer Biggs By
Harris goes on the offense in first face-to-face clash with Morgan in county mayor's race By
Outgoing Memphis Chamber CEO looks back on her tenure By
Metal Museum plans for Rust Hall and its campus on the bluff By
Early voting opens with Shelby County's 'big ballot' By


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