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The Collierville Dragons fell to Arlington 73-62 last Wednesday despite outscoring the Tigers 23-19 in the final quarter. Collierville (1-1) will host Bartlett on Friday. PICTURED: Senior guard Tay Morris drives by a defender. He had 24 points in the game.

Dragons to host Panthers

Photo by Ruth Goodman The Collierville Dragons fell to Arlington 73-62 last Wednesday despite outscoring the Tigers 23-19 in the final quarter. Collierville (1-1) will host Bartlett on Friday. PICTURED: Senior guard Tay Morris drives by a defender. He had 24 points in the game.

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Town employee featured in art gallery

When you walk through the front doors of Town Hall, you may see a familiar scene from a Collierville Park hanging in the Community Art Gallery. The artist, Carl Scott, not only creates these serene landscapes by brush, but also by hand — he works with the grounds crew in the Collierville Parks, Recreation and […]

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SmallCakes Cupcakery and Creamery opens in Collierville

The Collierville Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Smallcakes Cupcakery last week at 2150 W. Poplar Ave., Suite 107. Smallcakes Cupcakery Franchise bakes and frosts 18 signature flavors every morning, fresh from scratch. Smallcakes features seasonal and special flavors. After appearances on the Food Networkís ìCupcake Warsî seasons one, two, and seven […]

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New shopping center slated for Collierville

A new shopping center is being planned near S. Houston Levee Road and Nonconnah Creek. The Collierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the rezoning of 95 acres to Shopping Center Commercial Monday night during their regularly scheduled meeting. The property, which is north of Highway 385 and west of Houston Levee, is currently zoned […]

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Tree Lighting Ceremony rescheduled for Thursday

Town officials have been in contact with the National Weather Service concerning the weather forecast for Nov. 29. The forecasts calls for rain, high winds and possible tornado activity in North Mississippi. The estimated window of time for the wind and rain in Collierville is between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. After taking into consideration […]

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Santa made his way to Carriage Crossing’s Central Park Saturday morning in a brand new Chevy Camaro provided by sponsor Sunrise Chevrolet Buick GMC. Guests enjoyed select scenes from A Christmas Story, holiday music, refreshments, crafts (including a 901 Rocks decoration station) and a special visit with Santa. Photos with Santa are available daily through Dec. 24. Pet Photos with Santa will be available on Monday evenings – Nov. 28, Dec. 5, Dec. 12, and Dec. 19 – from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.

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Assisted living facility scheduled for E. Winchester

The town’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen will discuss a development agreement for a future assisted living facility at the corner of E. Winchester Blvd. and S. Shea Road. Board members will approve the 99-unit facility within the Villages at Porter Farms development Monday during their regularly scheduled meeting. The Villages at Porter Farms Assisted […]

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Collierville vets donate land to benefit memorial park in Lakeland

Collierville veterinarians James Murphy and Hank Wright, along with a family remembering lost loved ones have found a win-win situation that also benefits the people of Lakeland. The Pet Hospitals-Lakeland has a building project next to Zadie E. Kuehl Park, named for the six-month-old Lakeland infant who was killed along with her mother, Stefanie, and […]

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CHS swimmer gets full scholarship to UT

In the 10 years that Justin Ingram has coached the swim team at Collierville High School, he can’t remember a single male athlete getting a full scholarship to a Division I college. That streak ended last week when senior Joshua Walsh signed a Letter of Intent to attend the University of Tennessee next fall. “The […]

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Collierville Public Services workers Justin Wilburn and Jonah Coleman steadily work to make pothole repairs on town streets.

Town OKs annual street paving project

The Collierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen has approved the town’s annual street repaving project. Board members unanimously passed the $1.34 million project Monday night during their regularly scheduled meeting. The streets included in this year’s project haven’t been paved for an average of 17 years. Beginning next year, streets in neighborhoods like Almadale Place, […]

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