Tuesday, 18 June, 2013
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2 plead guilty to painting swastika, hanging noose at home of African-American family
Dakota Calderhead, Kristian Mathis face up to 10 years in prison for 'depriving a person of his civil rights'
Spurned by state legislature, unions look to make mark on next Metro Council
City's elections arrive during a period of uncertainty for organized labor
Local author’s soul-sucking vampires have earned her a million fans
sank its teeth into readers and moviegoers, Sherrilyn Kenyon was swiftly and quietly building her vampire-lit empire.
Letters to the Editor
Letter writer finds it unbelievable that GM is idling the Saturn plant in Spring Hill.
Rex and the City: What’s up, Doc?
Did TriStar abandon plans to build a hospital near the Saturn plant after GM cut its Saturn division or does it just seem that way?
Couple pleads guilty to making false claim against police
Officer cleared of any wrongdoing after couple claimed he used excessive force
GM rebirth slowed by executive ‘sticker shock’
Carr points out that every car on a Forbes list of automobiles not worth their sticker price is made by Detroit's Big Three.
Martha Randolph Carr
Post Politics: Spring Hill: Will it be political or strictly business
Spring Hill has the goods to get back in GM’s good graces, but political pressures are likely to torpedo its comebck bid.
Lamar plan: Distribute new GM shares to taxpayers
On the day auto giant files for Chapter 11 and puts its Spring Hill plant into limbo, Tennessee's senior senator puts forth an idea that will get the government out of the car business as quickly as it says it wants to
Geert De Lombaerde
GM says it has ‘multiple’ bidders for Saturn
Reclusive Oklahoma investment group could use dealer network as base to sell other models
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