Archive | September, 2013

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Local man wins blue ribbon for cheesecake

Kreig Taylor of Collierville won first place in the new Sweet-Treats for Sweet-Hearts Contest at the 2013 Delta Fair for his Strawberry Delight Cheesecake. Taylor won a $125 cash prize for his cake. Strawberry Delight Cheesecake • Cake Layer: 1/4 cup Karo Corn Syrup 1 box strawberry cake mix • Cheesecake Layer: 3 (8 ounce) […]

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September 25 Notices

• Town of Collierville  Owner Director of General Services 500 Poplar View Parkway Collierville, Tennessee 38017 Each BID must be submitted on forms provided in the BID PACKET DOCUMENTS provided and either accompanied by a BID BOND, properly executed on the form provided, or a Certified check or Cashier’s check drawn on a National or […]

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2013 Collierville Homecoming Court

The 2013 Collierville High School Senior Homecoming Court is, front row, from left, Homecoming Queen Bailey Laughmiller, Caroline Hardy, Madison Luna, Lindsey Oliver, Stacia Stonebrook, Ryan Pearson, Amber Baldwin and Vivian Huang. Back row, from left, are Chandler Hodge, J.B Hathhorn, Gunnar Jackson, Peyton Myers, Thomas Boone, Drew Elliot, Jeremy Atkinson and Garrett McLain.

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PowderPuff

The Collierville High School PowderPuff football game was held last week. The contest raises money for the Student Government Association. The senior girls won this year’s contest, with the juniors coming in second.

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Norris becomes first Tennessean named to post

STAFF REPORTS Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris (R-Collierville) was recently elected Chairman of the national Council of State Governments at the group’s 80th annual meeting in Kansas City, Mo. CSG is a bipartisan professional association serving all three branches of government in 50 states and Puerto Rico. International affiliates include the Provincial and Federal […]

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New art exhibit on display Thursday

STAFF REPORTS The Morton Museum of Collierville History and the Collierville Arts Council will celebrate art, history, and music at the Morton Museum and Harrell Performing Arts Theatre on Sept. 26 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Works of art by three community artists and Common People in Uncommon Times, a special traveling exhibition from the Tennessee State […]

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Defense lifts Dragons over Wooddale

With the sky hurling rain, the Collierville Dragons relied on their sturdy defense Friday night to defeat Wooddale 16-6 at home and improve to 4-1 on the season. While the Cardinals managed more than 300 yards in the game, two fizzled red zone appearances doomed Wooddale’s aggressive attack. Collierville got on the score board first […]

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Retirement Rock

After spending 39 years as an educator, Tara Oaks Assistant Principal Mary Bobbitt recently announced her retirement. Nearly half of her career has been spent at Tara Oaks Elementary. Bobbitt was honored last Tuesday by staff and students, who wore her favorite color (purple) and hosted a celebration on the front lawn after school. The […]

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Five file petitions for town’s school board

Five Collierville residents have picked up petitions to serve on the town’s first-ever school board. Kevin Vaughan, Wanda Chism, Mark Hansen, Catherine Messerly and Wright Cox have all filed petitions with the Shelby County Election Commission. The deadline for filing is Thursday. Collierville is the only Shelby municipality that has five candidates running unopposed for […]

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Dragons down Devils

Collierville High gained nearly 300 yards and held Germantown to fewer than 70 passing yards Friday night as the Dragons beat the Red Devils 14-7 at home. Pictured, senior running back Mitch Owens gained 98 yards in the game on 29 carries. Photo by Kevin Lewter/bigKphotos.com

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