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December 15-21, 2017, Vol. 10, Issue 51 SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON PUBLIC ART SCRUTINY e Memphis City Council is poised to become more involved in public art decisions and the process of selecting artists to do them, which some on the council feel should be limited to local artists. • P. 22 FHN DEAL GETS A LITTLE SWEETER First Horizon National Corp. CEO Bryan Jordan says the acquisition of Capital Bank will save $85 million a year, not $65 million. • P. 12 THE CUTOFF HEALTH CARE: PAGE 11 DIGEST: PAGES 2-5 RECAP: PAGE 10 INSURANCE: PAGE 15 EDITORIAL: PAGE 38 A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | TIGERS FACE MORE DIFFICULT ROAD Louisville will test Memphis before conference play starts. • P. 26 GIVE 365 CAMPAIGNS VERY TARGETED e goal is getting the most bang for grant award bucks. • P. 7 Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland, left, and public works director Robert Knecht stand at one of the retention areas at the T.E. Maxson Wastewater Treatment Facility in southwest Memphis. (Memphis News/Houston Cofi eld) Memphis cuts off new sewer connections outside the city limits as it seeks to develop more densely and channel where future growth occurs. P. 20

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