Lance Wiedower

Lance is a veteran journalist with more than 16 years of experience in newsrooms in the Memphis area as a reporter and editor, including most recently as managing editor of The Daily News. He regularly contributes to The Daily News, including a biweekly travel column, The Daily Traveler. He manages an internationally recognized family travel brand,, writes travel features for national and regional publications and is the Memphis editor for Lance has written pretty much every kind of story that’s published in a newspaper, from religion, obituaries, politics and government to real estate, sports, legal trends and crime. When he’s not traveling or planning the next trip, he and his family can be found enjoying everything Memphis has to offer, from the Grizzlies to the Levitt Shell. His wife, Stacey, is an international bestselling fiction writer.

Feature Story Judge Dwyer

Drug Court leads journey to recovery

Feature Story Millington

Millington looks to solar-powered future

Feature Story Carpenter Art Garden 1

Hugs come with opportunity at Carpenter Art Garden

Feature Story Binghampton urban farm

Understanding Binghampton Through Community Voices

Feature Story Soulsville USA

Soulsville USA plan looks at what's next

Feature Story Bisnu Gurung

Road to Memphis long for Bhutanese refugees

Feature Story Broad Ave

Broad Avenue's future tied to Binghampton

Feature Story Memphis Skyline

Comprehensive plan will shape city's future

Feature Story The Memphis Medical District Collaborative estimates that roughly 270 acres of the greater neighborhood is parking

Transportation conversation begins with parking summit

Feature Story Centro Cultural

Tamale Fest shines light on Latino culture

Feature Story  Univ of Tenn Health Science Center Arches

Center focuses on behavioral causes to make change

Feature Story refugee training 1

Refugee parent training launches in Binghampton

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Caritas Village provides community in Binghampton

Feature Story Rev. John Kilzer started the recovery ministry at St. John's United Methodist in 2010

The Way provides home for individuals in recovery

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The future of Uptown after a presidential visit