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A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | www.thememphisnews .com June 6-12, 2014, Vol. 7, Issue 24 SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON Dorsey Hopson keeps busy in fi rst year and a half as schools leader P. 14 SOUTH MAIN ALIVE AND WELL Neighborhood continues rise from dead with $100 million in investments. • p. 22 GRIZZLIES TEE OFF AT PRO-AM Memphis players, former coach talk hoops at golf tourney pro-am. • p. 13 DIGEST: PAGE 2 | INKED/RECAP: PAGE 10 | SMALL BUSINESS: PAGE 12 | NEWSMAKERS: PAGE 23 | EDITORIAL: PAGE 30 Game Changer Emphasis: Financial Services In honor of its 150th anniversary, First Tennessee has installed a touchscreen kiosk in its Downtown headquarters to give customers a dynamic view of the fi nancial institution's story. • pages 16-20 Shelby County Schools superintendent Dorsey Hopson heads into the schools demerger talking about "game changers" in terms of goals for reading achievement and graduation rates as well as college and career readiness. Hopson himself has become a game changer since becoming interim superintendent in March 2013. (Andrew J. Breig)

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