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West Tennessee is one of the three Grand Divisions in the U.S. state of Tennessee. Of the three, it is the most sharply defined geographically. Its boundaries are the Mississippi River on the west and the Tennessee River on the east. The region's boundaries expand slightly to include the entirety of Hardin County, which is bisected by the Tennessee River.

Unlike the geographic designations of regions of most U.S. states, the term West Tennessee has legal as well as socioeconomic meaning. West Tennessee, along with East Tennessee and Middle Tennessee, comprises one of the state's three Grand Divisions. According to the state constitution, no more than two of the state supreme court's five justices can come from any one Grand Division, and the Supreme Court meets in each of the three (the State Supreme Court building for West Tennessee is in Jackson). A similar rule applies to certain other commissions and boards as well, to prevent them from showing a geographic bias.

 

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Tennessee Brewery developers got the green light from the Design Review Board Wednesday for the design of the Wash House addition to the historic brewery building. Developer William Billy Orgel said ...

 

The 6,348 U.S. banks and credit unions insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. posted$43 billion in profits in the second quarter, 7.3 percent more than a year earlier, and increased loans were...

 

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The tumult of the international economy has grabbed all the recent headlines, but the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' new Beige Book points to a stable even boring regional economy. The report d...

 

The Transportation Security Administrations PreCheck program just reached a milestone: 1.5 million travelers have enrolled in the program. TSA opened its first application center in December 2013, an...

 

Memphis grabbed four of the top homes in the latest compilation of local sales. The highest sale did not make it past six figures, but it stood at a respectable $793,750. Located off North White Stat...

 

Tony Martini, president and CEO of Memphis Goodwill Inc., elaborated on the reason for the federal raid that occurred at the Stage Road store Sept. 2. "We are thankful to say that operations are...

 

Designs for Carlisle Corp.s $160 million One Beale tower development were approved by the Design Review Board Wednesday. The Carlisles have put a lot of time, effort and money into the development of...

 

The U.S. Treasury Department raided a Memphis Goodwill store located on Stage Road on Sept. 2. Federal agents were reported to have left carrying boxes, bags and crates. An official report has yet to...

 
 

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