Houston falls in championship game

Houston falls in championship game

The 16-2 Houston Mustangs fell to Hoover, Ala. on Saturday in the championship game of the Buccaneer Classic in Alabama. Before the loss, the Mustangs outscored their tournament competitors 34-9 in six games. Houston will play at rival Germantown on Friday at 4 p.m. PICTURED: Houston second baseman Hayden Weaks secures the grounder and makes […]

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Marching into April

Marching into April

Not only was Munford facing the Class 3A power Collierville Lady Dragons last week, but the Lady Cougars were one win away from going over .500 for the first time during the 2019 season. After a 0-5 start to the season, the Lady Cougars won five of six games entering the March 25 showdown against […]

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Mother-Son Dance

Mother-Son Dance

Mothers and sons came out to the H.W. Cox Park Gymnasium on March 29 to enjoy dinner, dancing and entertainment at the town’s annual Mother-Son Dance. PICTURED: Shelie and Taylor Voye get dressed up for the occasion.

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Heuberger named new Chamber president

Heuberger named new Chamber president

The Board of Directors at the Collierville Chamber of Commerce announced on Tuesday that Mark Heuberger, the town’s longtime public information officer, has been selected to serve as president and CEO. His first day in the new role with the Chamber will be April 29. “Mark brings to the position a broad scope of experience […]

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CPD officer makes impact with traffic stops

CPD officer makes impact with traffic stops

What exactly is the Collierville Police Department doing to deter crime from the Collierville community? The answer may surprise you: traffic stops. The Collierville Police Department has a reputation for strict traffic enforcement, and that reputation is a strategy they use to stop crimes from happening in Town. During the month of January alone, Collierville […]

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Collierville Animal Shelter to create larger outdoor space for dogs

Collierville Animal Shelter to create larger outdoor space for dogs

The Collierville Animal Services staff is always working to make the shelter as comfortable as possible for their temporary resident dogs and cats. Recently, a non-profit organization called Dogs Play for Life did a seminar and workshop at the shelter about managing dogs in enclosed outdoor play areas. Collierville Animal Shelter manager Christina Hodge contacted […]

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Charges dropped against AD

Charges dropped against AD

Charges against Collierville High School Athletic Director Dan Holcomb were dismissed last week and his record will be expunged. A statement from the Collierville School District states that “he and his attorney, with the full support of the alleged victim, are appearing Collierville court today to petition that the single misdemeanor charge be dismissed.” Holcomb […]

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Dragons improve to 10-2

Dragons improve to 10-2

The Collierville Dragons bested Bartlett 2-1 on the road on Monday to improve to 10-2 on the season. They are scheduled to play at Wilson Central on Thursday in Lebanon, Tenn and host Hilliard Darby from Ohio. PICTURED: Dragon third baseman Charlie Sweet hums it across the diamond for the out.

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Town ranked fourth 'best place to live' in state

Town ranked fourth ‘best place to live’ in state

Collierville recently added another jewel to its crown by being ranked the fourth “Best Place to Live in Tennessee.” The town was selected earlier this week by HomeSnacks, a website that combines recent data from the Census, FBI, Open Street Maps and dozens of other sources. “To the untrained eye they are the places that […]

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Confidence Club

Confidence Club

Collierville teen author Jordan Ashley Greene recently hosted a book signing event Barnes and Noble at Carriage Crossing. The 15-year-old became an author at age 11, when she was diagnosed with a learning difference. She wrote her first book called, My Gift of Difference. Greene speaks to young people and schools across the country encouraging […]

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