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Legal Notices for July 31

Town of Collierville DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION – August 14, 2014 Notice is hereby given that the Design Review Commission for the Town of Collierville will meet on Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 5:00 pm for a non-voting work session meeting in the Development Conference Room at Town Hall. The non-voting work session of the Design […]

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Dragons travel to Cooperstown

The Collierville Dragons Maroon 12s competitive baseball team recently traveled to Cooperstown, N.Y. to compete in a week long competitive baseball tournament hosted by Cooperstown Dreams Park. Cooperstown Dreams Park hosts a 12-year-old only tournament. Each week, during the months of June, July and August, they host 104 teams from all across the United States. […]

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Collierville named national ‘Preserve America’ community

The Town of Collierville’s Planning Department, Main Street Collierville and Morton Museum staff were ecstatic recently when they were notified by the Washington, D.C. Office of Preservation Initiatives/Advisory Council on Historic Preservation that Collierville has been designated as one of the Nation’s ‘Preserve America’ communities. In a letter from First Lady Michelle Obama addressed to […]

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Jody Aitken gives a tour of her husband’s office Sunday as hundreds of residents celebrate the opening of Collierville Schools outside of the recently renovated main office on College Street. The new school system hosted the celebratory event and open house to usher in the inaugural school year.

Opening day draws near for new school system

By Trena Packer Street Town of Collierville With the temperature hovering just below triple digits, a large crowd gathered on the lawn of the Collierville Schools Administration building on Sunday afternoon to support and celebrate the upcoming school year. Next week will mark the official start of Collierville Schools and the faith community within the […]

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Local Leaders

Collierville Schools’ principals spent time at Town Hall recently for in-service training conducted by Collierville Schools Central Office Administration staff. School employees filled the Town Hall Board Chambers as Mayor Stan Joyner and the Aldermen greeted the group. Personnel from all departments, including assistant principals, nutrition, finance, human resources, transportation, IT, were in attendance along […]

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Collierville Legal Notices

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Camp Smile

By Trena Packer Street Now in its 18th year, Camp Smile is a day camp for youth with special needs that is coordinated by Collierville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department. Camp Smile Adventure is held for two weeks each July at the Johnson House in Collierville’s W.C. Johnson Park. Under the direction of Town […]

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Armed man shot by Germantown police at Cameron Brown Park

A man armed with a rifle was shot and killed by Germantown police officers Tuesday night at Cameron Brown Park. The Germantown Police Communications Center received a call at 9:45 p.m. from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office regarding an “unstable, possibly suicidal, armed and dangerous” man at Cameron Brown Park. One minute later, officers located […]

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Calendar of Events

July 17 Main Street Collierville welcomes blues musician Sandy Carroll to the Sunset on the Square Summer Concert this Thursday evening. Carroll was awarded her own brass note enshrined on Beale Street as a performer and songwriter. She has appeared at many venues in the area which include Muscle Shoals Songwriters, Beale St. Caravan National […]

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Local coaching legend passes away

It is with great sadness that Lausanne Collegiate School announces the passing away of beloved former head football coach Ken Netherland at the age of 75. Coach Netherland passed away on July 12. Lausanne Athletic Director Troy Baker said, “Although he was a great football coach, his greatest strength was his genuine concern for students […]

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