Archive | September, 2015

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Lady Dragons down Holy Name in Rivals Tournament

The No. 11 ranked Collierville Lady Dragons beat Holy Name 2-1 on Sunday to cap off the Rivals Tournament. The win happened two days after Collierville fell 2-1 to No. 7 ranked Farragut. Now 6-1-1 on the season, the Dragons will host No. 5 ranked Franklin on Friday and Saturday. ABOVE: Kammy McGee chases down […]

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Collierville senior Chris Parrino attempts to block a Millington punt Friday night on the road. The Dragons got the 17-7 win to improve to 2-2 on the season. Collierville will play at Cordova (4-0) this Friday before hosting Arlington on Sept. 25 for homecoming. Arlington is also 4-0 on the season.

Dragons improve to 2-2 on season after win over Trojans

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Both the Collierville Dragons and Millington Trojans were trying to avoid starting the 2015 season 1-3. The Dragons were able to accomplish their goal of a victory on the Mooney Bosewell Field turf Friday night using a combination of a timely offense and solid defense to prevail 17-7. Trojans Head Coach […]

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Collierville sites to be evaluated for future industrial economic development

The Select Tennessee Property Evaluation Program has chosen two Collierville properties as sites to be evaluated in its project to identify and groom land for industrial economic development. A 46-acre industrially zoned site at the corner of Shelby Drive and Progress Road is one of the Collierville properties. The raw land is already equipped with […]

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Celebrating Survivors

Collierville’s Relay for Life was held Saturday evening at WC Johnson Park. Thirty teams and nearly 300 participants raised $42,027 for cancer research. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is the world’s largest and most impactful fundraising event to end cancer. It unites communities across the globe to celebrate people who have battled cancer, […]

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Germantown Police Reports

September 4 Crimes • A credit card was used for a fraudulent purchase at 8:10 a.m. The complaint originated from the 9200 block of Poplar Avenue. • Electronics and a watch were stolen by an acquaintance from a residence on the 8500 block of Windy Oaks Drive at 10:36 a.m. • Two juveniles were arrested […]

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2015 Germantown Homecoming Queen Megan Ware with her escort Luke Isaac

Germantown Crowns a Queen

Megan Ware was crowned the 2015 Germantown High School Homecoming Queen Friday night during the Red Devil’s football game against Briarcrest. Ware is pictured with her escort, Luke Isaac.

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Board OKs development contracts for hotel, jewelry store at Thornwood

The Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved contracts for the first two businesses in the Thornwood Development at the corner of Germantown and Neshoba Roads. Board members voted Monday night on project development contracts for Bob Richards Jewelry and a Hampton Inn hotel during their regularly scheduled semi-monthly meeting. The 5-story hotel will consist […]

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City makes payment to Shelby County Schools

The Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen “unenthusiastically” approved the second of 12 yearly payments to the Shelby County Board of Education for the settlement agreement over the formation of the Germantown Municipal School District and the transfer of five schools to the new school district. Yearly payments of $355,453 must be made by Nov. […]

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Collierville’s Main Street thriving a year after Parade Magazine honor

In the summer of 2014, Collierville’s Main Street received the honor of “America’s Best Main Street” by Parade Magazine, a national publication that is included with Sunday papers all over America. What was the effect of the national publicity? And how is Main Street doing one year later? Watson Brooks Hall has been a Town […]

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Collierville Town Beautiful

Ivy Grove has been named the September Homeowner’s Association of the Month by the Collierville Town Beautiful Commission. Front row, from left, are Ann Turner, member Collierville Town Beautiful Commission, Lance Hepner, vice-chairman Collierville Town Beautiful Commission, Teresa Dunlap, secretary Ivy Grove Homeowners Association, Samuel Crayton, president Ivy Grove Homeowners Association, Laurie Cotros, chair Pool […]

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