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October 20-26, 2017, Vol. 10, Issue 43 SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON HITTING THE SWEET SPOT Memphis-based Dinstuhl's hasn't been afraid to try new things while maintaining a level of quality that has kept customers coming back for decades – 115 years, to be exact. • P. 19 DOWNTOWN ERA TO END Benny Lendermon has led the Riverfront Development Corp. since it was founded, but will be leaving as a new plan for the river emerges. • P. 17 The Ties That Bind Big River Crossing, where the railroads still run, links the rural riverfront of West Memphis with the bright lights of Downtown Memphis P. 20 FINANCIAL SERVICES: PAGE 11 DIGEST: PAGES 2-5 RECAP: PAGE 10 REAL ESTATE: PAGE 16 EDITORIAL: PAGE 38 A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | www.thememphisnews.com BROOKS SENDS AN EARLY MESSAGE Rookie guard could become unexpected weapon for Grizzlies. • P. 26 COLISEUM HANGING IN THE BALANCE Reports will determine feasibility of renovating Mid-South Coliseum. • P. 22 Cyclists participate in the 2017 Arkansas Delta Flatlander ride under the Harahan Bridge and the new Big River Crossing where it connects to West Memphis. The new gravel trails provide extensive recreational opportunities along the West Memphis shoreline. (Memphis News/Houston Cofi eld)

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