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Aug. 20 Legal Notices

Town of Collierville LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Town of Collierville Purchasing Division is requesting sealed bids on the following items: BID # TC2014-33 “Mast Arm Electrostatic Painting” Bid Due: September 11, 2014 at 2:00:00 p.m. (local time) BID # TC2014-36 “Roll Out Carts” Bid Due: August 28, 2014 at 2:00:00 p.m. (local time) Complete […]

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T-shirts promote ‘Live Life Local’ campaign

A few months ago, the Collierville Tourism Advisory Commission introduced a logo and identifying line as part of a branding campaign to inform visitors and residents of the many amenities, and features of Collierville. Live Life Local 38017 Collierville was first introduced on stickers, and now the brand is featured on 100-percent cotton t-shirts and […]

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Four-legged officers a valuable asset for CPD

There’s a good possibility that the most popular members of the Collierville Police Department are the two, four-legged officers, Roscoe and Leno. As part of the Uniform Patrol Division, the K-9 Unit maintains highly trained dogs used for narcotic sniffing, tracking and containment, along with their specialist handlers. Officers Justin Weaver and Matt Bialy, along […]

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Dragons compete in jamboree

Collierville was one of six local schools to participate in the pre-season jamboree Friday night at Arlington High School. The Dragons beat Millington 14-0 and displayed a strong running game for much of the contest. Arlington, Bartlett, Germantown and Houston also competed in the abbreviated 25-minute games. Collierville’s season starts Friday against Bolton. The Collierville […]

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Collierville named America’s Best Main Street

Parade magazine announced that Collierville is the winner of “America’s Best Main Street.” This weekend, Collierville, the most charming downtown in the United States, is on the front page of Parade to be viewed by 33 million readers. In the March 22 edition of Parade magazine, a regular insert in Sunday newspapers across the nation, […]

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Nominations sought for Parks ‘Hall of Fame’

In 2013, in recognition of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of Collierville Parks, the department initiated the Hall of Fame and inducted first recipients, Preston Carpenter, Dan Lattimore, Ph.D., and Randy Lowry. Deadline for nominations for inductees for the 2nd annual Hall of Fame recognition is Aug. 29. The Collierville Parks Hall of Fame […]

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Football Fever

Briarcrest Christian School hosted Collierville High School for a football scrimmage Friday night. The next day, Collierville held Dragon Days at the school. Collierville will participate in the annual Football Jamboree this Friday at Arlington High School. The event begins at 7 p.m. and will feature other area schools like Germantown and Millington. Collierville will […]

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Town terminates contract for humane education facility after donor requests refund

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen has agreed to terminate a construction contract for a humane education facility intended for Collierville Animal Services. Board members unanimously agreed to halt the contract Monday night during their regularly scheduled meeting at the request of Chip Petersen, director of the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department. In June, […]

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n The Collierville Parks and Recreation Department accepted a $250,000 grant from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation recently for the expansion of the Wolf River Blvd. Greenbelt Trail. From left are District 83 Rep. Mark White, TN District 86 Rep. Barbara Ward Cooper, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, Collierville Mayor Stan Joyner, and Director of Parks and Recreation Chip Petersen.

Town gets grant for Wolf River trail

The Collierville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department has received a $250,000 grant from Gov. Bill Haslam through the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. The Local Parks and Recreation Fund provides grants to eligible local government entities for the purchase of lands for parks, natural areas, greenways, and recreation facilities. The funds may also […]

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School’s in Session

Durham School Services workers spent much of the weekend removing ‘Shelby County Schools’ from buses used by the new municipal school systems. The black letters were replaced with stickers that read ‘Durham School Services.’ Workers were brought in from Arkansas to help peel the stickers and repair seats before opening day of the school season. […]

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