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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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In 1979, architects predicted the oil embargo of 1973 and ensuing energy crisis would be the "greatest molder of architectural style since the pyramids." When energy became affordable again ...

 

Frontier Airlines will seasonally suspend its nonstop service between Memphis and Washington, D.C., shortly after 2015 begins. Frontier will suspend the service between Memphis International Airport ...

 

FedExForum will have three fewer suites on the club level this year, but that loss will be beneficial to Memphis Grizzlies fans. The team has converted the suites into six "theater boxes" t...

 

Downtown Memphis' Uptown neighborhood has received a grant to update three storefronts, create three murals and add four decorative bike racks. The project, Uptown UrbanLIFT, will use a $274,600 gran...

 

After growing products in Mississippi for nearly 40 years, Mars Food North America is expanding its research and development operation in the state. The company will invest $31 million to build a new...

 

D1 Sports Holdings LLC opened its 25th sports training and therapy facility in Collierville on Oct. 13. D1 Memphis is co-owned by Memphis native and the subject of the Oscar-winning film "The Bl...

 

The Memphis City Council is all aboard for an expanded Amtrak service. In a resolution presented Oct. 21, Myron Lowery expressed support in expanding railway service from Chicago to Carbondale, Illin...

 

Medtronic Inc. has released its second new spinal product in two days. The company launched its Divergence Anterior Cervical Fusion System during the 2014 Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Mee...

 

Olive Branch, Mississippi, has been named one of the top 10 cities nationwide for conservatives. The experts at Livability.com weighed the ideology of House of Representatives for districts in questi...

 
 

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