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July 7-13, 2017, Vol. 10, Issue 28 A large backhoe digs trenches for the installation of broadband cables. A push to bring high-speed broadband to rural West Tennessee is underway on several fronts. (Shutterstock) SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON Broadband growth in rural areas critical for education, economic growth P. 20 PUBLIC COMPANIES: PAGE 12 DIGEST: PAGES 2-5 RECAP: PAGE 10 HISTORY: PAGE 16 EDITORIAL: PAGE 38 A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | www.thememphisnews.com THROWING OUT ALL THE STATS Memphis Redbirds coaches have more information than they can share. • P. 26 HOME SALES PACE TORRID IN FRAYSER Key investments making headway in area hit hard by the recession. • P. 7 Emphasis: Green MATA eyes a greener future as it prepares to roll out its latest service changes; Germantown's Youth Education Pond begins to take shape; and a former Mud Island 'trash dump' is transformed into a Wolf River Greenway trail. • Pages 17-19 NEED FOR SPEED

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