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Crafford named new principal at Crosswind, Lampkins to retire

Collierville Schools has named Dr. Andre Crafford the new principal of Crosswind Elementary School. Crafford, who is currently the elementary supervisor in the Department of Curriculum and Accountability, will begin serving as principal in July 1. Current Principal Kim Lampkins will be retiring on June 30 after serving the school since it opened in 1993. […]

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Legal Notices

Town of Collierville LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Town of Collierville Purchasing Division is requesting sealed bids on the following items: BID # TC2016-13 “On Call Electrical Services” TC2016-14 “On Call HVAC Maintenance” Complete bid packages are available from the Purchasing Division, 500 Poplar View Parkway, Collierville, TN 38017, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to […]

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Collierville Rotary Club names Teachers of the Month

The Collierville Rotary Club recently presented checks to the Teacher of the Month winners and 2015-16 Teachers of the Year. Teachers from all eight Collierville schools were represented. All winners are pictured below.                  

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Collierville High School ranked 10th best in state

Collierville High School has been rated the tenth best public high school in Tennessee by U.S. News & World Report. The highly rated schools share three major traits: student bodies that perform well on state assessments, solid graduation rates and a good track record of preparing students for college. To graduate, Tennessee high schools students […]

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Dragons fall to Oak Mountain

The Collierville varsity soccer team fell 2-0 to Oak Mountain (Ala.) on Saturday. Oak Mountain is ranked No. 2 in the country and also beat Houston High School 2-1 one day earlier. Collierville will play St. George’s on Thursday. ABOVE: Justin Motroni drives to the goal around Germantown defender Nick Miller.

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Bluff City Escape Rooms hosts lock-ins for puzzle lovers

Locked in a room with no obvious way out, you and your friends brainstorm for solutions as the clock ticks. That’s what visiting an “escape room” is like. Jeannie Cockrell, owner of Bluff City Escape Rooms at 6759 Stage Road in Bartlett, gave some insights into this innovative and trendy form of immersive, interactive, family-oriented […]

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Employee Number 1

Collierville held a Memorial Service for former town employee James Mathis on Friday afternoon. During the service, a bench at Town Hall was dedicated in his memory. Mathis, who passed away in January, retired from the town in December 2012 as engineering inspector. He worked for Collierville for 46 years, starting at the age of […]

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Spring Fest

The second annual Collierville Spring Festival was held on April 15-17 at Incarnation Church. The three-day festival featured a 5K Fun Walk, Spaghetti Dinner, Silent Auction and a performance by Ingram Hill. ABOVE: Houston Wilhelm, Thomas Stamps and Tyler Collier spin through the air on one of the festival rides.

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Collierville Police Reports

ARRESTS • Daniel F. Walker (suspect), 200 block of Pinehill Road, Byhalia, Miss., charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia. • Nicolia C. Frost (suspect), 4800 block of Twin Eagles Circle, Memphis, charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana). • Carlton E. Hunt (suspect), 200 block of W. […]

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Anna Lopez watches as her son, Andrew, throws out the first pitch Friday night before the Collierville vs. Houston varsity baseball game.

School pays tribute to student with message of giving

Family, friends and classmates payed tribute to Grant Roberson Friday night by emphasizing that he will live on every day, not just in memories, but in the lives of five recipients who were fortunate enough to receive the 17-year-old’s organs. Roberson perished last October from injuries sustained in a car accident. He was a junior […]

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