Archive | May, 2013

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Collierville volunteers work to improve lives

Within the Collierville Police Department is a group of 25 volunteers who are known as the Special Citizen Volunteer Program. This group assists the police department with activities like traffic control, neighborhood watch, transporting cars for maintenance, helping at the Fourth of July event, updating emergency contacts for all businesses in Collierville, visiting every new […]

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St. George’s football coach resigns

St. George’s Independent School has announced the resignation of Brent Hill as the head football coach. School officials said Hill’s decision stems from his desire to spend more time with his family and focus on his administrative duties as athletic director. For the past two years as head football coach, Hill amassed a record of […]

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Business Appreciation Day

Main Street Collierville, the Town of Collierville, the Collierville Chamber of Commerce and the IDB sponsored a Small Business Appreciation Barbecue Luncheon last Thursday on Collierville Town Square. Above, Tom Bergeron, John Green, Terry Cochran and Taylor Stamp serve barbecue to Alderman Maureen Fraser.

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May 29 Legals

• Town of Collierville PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREWITH GIVEN THAT the Board of Mayor and Aldermen for the Town of Collierville, Tennessee will meet on Monday, June 10, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. in the Board Chambers at Town Hall, 500 Poplar View Parkway. Among items to be considered will be a PUBLIC HEARING […]

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Spray Parks Open

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Lady Dragons take title

Clutch hitting and an exceptional pitching effort led the Lady Dragons to the Region 8-AAA Title over Houston with a 3-2 win on Wednesday May 15th at Bradley Field. Kari Kennel drove in the winning run to give Lady Dragons the lead in the sixth inning, following a game tying RBI double by Shelby Crocker.  […]

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Callicott, Sanderlin, Roubidoux sign with schools

A signing ceremony was held for three Collierville High School baseball players last week in the CHS Library. Dragon middle infielder and pitcher Peyton Sanderlin will be staying close to home and playing baseball at Christian Brothers University in Memphis. Sanderlin is second on the team in hitting (.355) and is the team leader in […]

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METER BEATERS: MLG&W addresses meter concerns as residents voice opposition

Residents from Bartlett to Collierville took to their respective town halls last week to voice opposition over the county’s impending shift from analogue utility meters to the oft-misunderstood smart meters. Now, Memphis Light, Gas and Water officials are working to shed some light on the ambitious $215-million project. With a 1,200-unit pilot program already in […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Unified Shelby County Schools passes $1.18M budget

The Shelby County unified school district’s budget is now in the hands of county commissioners. Seventeen of the 23 board members voted Tuesday afternoon in favor of a $1.18 billion general fund budget that still has a more than $30 million gap between funding and expenditures. “It’s half-time,” said interim superintendent Dorsey Hopson after the […]

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C’ville Summer Reading Program begins May 24

The Collierville Burch Library’s Summer Reading Program for both readers and pre-readers will begin on May 24 and will run for approximately nine weeks. During this time we will offer a special weekly summer story time schedule for ages 6 months-5 years, have numerous activity programs for children entering kindergarten through grade 5, and reward […]

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