Archive | March, 2015

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Collierville Public Service crews on pothole patrol

While the snow has melted away, harsh winter conditions left an unfortunate mark on Collierville roads. When water seeps underneath streets and freezes, it causes an expanding and contracting process that creates potholes. The Collierville Public Services Department has five crews in the Streets and Drainage Division continually working to keep Collierville roads safe and […]

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22 CHS swimmers qualify for state

The Collierville High School swim team qualified the most swimmers ever for state with 22. The showing led to an 8th place finish for the boys, an 11th place finish for the girls, and 6th place combined. Collierville finished ahead of all other Shelby County schools, public and private. Notable performances were: Josh Walsh – […]

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Dragons down MUS 6-1

The Collierville varsity baseball team improved to 4-3 on the season Monday after beating MUS 6-1 at home. Bo Sutton was the winning pitcher for the Dragons, who will host John Paul II of Hendersonville, Tenn. on Friday before playing at unbeaten Christian Brothers on Saturday. The Dragons opened their 2015 season on last week […]

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Collierville Chamber of Commerce Chairman John Barrios presents the 2014 Person of the Year award to Linda R. Dick last week at the annual Chamber Awards Ceremony at Ridgeway Country Club.

Person of the Year

he Collierville Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Person of the Year Award was given to Linda R. Dick last week during the annual Chamber Awards Ceremony at Ridgeway Country Club. The Chamber Person of the Year is a multi-faceted person who has been a friend and partner to the civic and business community for many years. […]

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Collierville’s Seth Hudson streaks down ‘Mt. Collierville’ last Thursday.

Fun for Everyone

Area children and adults alike took advantage of the wintery conditions last week when the Mid-South was blanketed in snow and sleet. Collierville schools were closed on Thursday and Friday, allowing students to enjoy myriad winter activities. Many areas reported between 3-6 inches of snow. ABOVE: A car load of eager Collierville residents prepares to […]

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Final site plan approved for Helena Chemical

The final site plan for a two story, 51,996-square-foot building that will house an extension of Helena Chemical was approved Monday night by the Collierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Scheduled for construction on the northwest corner of Winchester Blvd. and Schilling Blvd., the mixed use building will include 25,998 square feet for the corporate […]

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Board approves Progress Road Park expansion

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen has approved a $367,580 construction contract to build athletic fields on 4.2 acres of property adjacent to Progress Road Park. The town purchased the property nearly two years ago with the intent to expand Progress Road Park, which includes two soccer fields. The expansion will include the construction of […]

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Collierville Police Reports

ARRESTS • Terry C. Holmes (suspect), 400 block of LaGrange Road, Rossville, charged with driving under the influence (4th offense), driving with a revoked license, reckless driving, violating the open container law, following too closely and evading arrest. • Kyle W. Martin (suspect), 100 block of Myra Road, Byhalia, Miss., charged with driving under the […]

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STATE CHAMPS

The St. George’s Independent School boys’ basketball team won their second State Championship in school history with a 68-45 victory over Harding Academy on Saturday night. After both teams found scoring difficult in the first quarter, the Gryphons were able to build a 26-17 halftime lead behind 10 first half points from senior guard Justin […]

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Collierville students named to U of M Dean’s List

The following Collierville residents were named to the Dean’s List at the University of Memphis for the fall 2014 semester: Brittney Adu, Cherlyn Akiens, Jayme Allosso, Raghad Altamimi, Omar Amro, David Arellano, Jamie Arena, Meagan Arthur, Jordan Asplund, Kyle Ault, Nahid Aziz, Andrew Bacon, Kayla Bailey, Amy Baker, Caurie Baker, Hillary Baker, Ian Bardes, Sarah […]

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