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New TNJ alert: Starbuck stymied, Curcio’s transformation, and Fox’s departure

The Tennessee Supreme Court building is seen in Nashville on Dec.8, 2021. (Erik Schelzig, Tennessee Journal)

The Tennessee Journal is out with a new print edition after taking a break from the inferno-like temperatures of Nashville last week. Here is what’s in the latest version:

— Starbuck stymied by supremes, 5th District’s GOP field finally set.

— McWhorter comes back to succeed Economic Development chief Rolfe.

— Curcio kick-starts transformation from House chairman to lobbyist.

— Ubiquitous no more? Bill Fox hangs ’em up after 27 years as revenue and economic impact estimator.

Also: An overhaul of the Tennessee Municipal League board, Gerald McCormick’s ALS diagnosis, Franklin Haney pivots to solar, and Cooper laments curbside intoxicants in downtown Nashville.

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As a final look back to our summer travels, here is photo of Buoy the news retriever lounging on the Atlantic coast.