Archive | November, 2012

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Season ends for Dragons as 11-0 Whitehaven rolls

After scoring a first quarter touchdown against Whitehaven Friday night, the Collierville High School varsity football team was unable to revisit the end zone for the rest of the game and eventually fell 42-7 to the undefeated Tigers. The Dragons traveled to Whitehaven last Friday for the first round of the 6A tournament. Junior quarterback […]

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Town was ‘labor of love’ for former alderman Tom Brooks

Those who knew Tom Brooks agree that the former alderman and vice mayor gave much of himself to Collierville during his five decades of service to the town. In fact, during a 2009 dedication ceremony in which a 1.5-acre park at 151 Walnut Street was named after the California native, several dignitaries and town employees […]

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Collierville Election Results

Collierville Mayor Stan Joyner (incumbent) – 15,535 – 72.8 % Tom Allen – 5,727 – 26.8 %   Alderman Position 3 John Worley – 11,324 – 61 % Carl Wayne Hardeman – 4,595 – 24.7 % Greg Cotton – 2,582 – 13.9 %   Alderman Position 5 Jimmy Lott (incumbent) – 12,858 – 68.8 % […]

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Ribbon Cutting

The Collierville Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for G-7 Environental Service at 141 Eastley Street. From left are Eric Davis, Connie Hess, Hank Hess, Sherri Gentelshies, Sonjii Owens, Gary Siebenschuh (co-owner), Sunny CashFran Persechini, Mary Lynn Siebenschuh, Terry Dean, Cythia Rothwell, Vivian Jeans, Carolyn Maciejewski, Sue Silva and Tommy Hart.

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Bank of Bartlett reports fifth consecutive profitable quarter

Bank of Bartlett reported its fifth consecutive quarter with an increase in net income. Bank of Bartlett reported a net income of $8,996,379 with a 2.49 percent return on assets for the quarter and 3.3 percent for the year. Cumulative earnings for the first three quarters of 2012 were $11,996,981 resulting in total earnings of […]

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Local tech whiz youngest ever invited to conference

Keith Mattix is a freshman at Houston High, but he’s no ordinary 14-year-old. Next month, Mattix will be the youngest presenter ever in the history of TechCamp Memphis, a technology conference for local/regional tech professionals and enthusiasts. Mattix’s, who taught himself binary code when he was just 8 and started writing basic programs by the […]

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Houston to battle familiar foe in round one of playoffs

If the Houston High School varsity football team needs any extra motivation going into Friday night’s playoff game at Southwind they need look no further than Oct. 19, when the Mustangs were outscored 20-0 in the last three quarters of the eventual loss. With a 21-6 lead going into the second quarter, Houston failed to […]

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