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Collierville

FALSE SIGHTING: Video didn’t show suspect

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C’ville sighting of supposed kidnapper dismissed by TBI. An update from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation late Thursday afternoon revealed that a man spotted on surveillance video in Collierville today was not Tad Cummins, a suspect on Tennessee’s Most Wanted List. The 50-year-old is suspected of kidnapping his former student, 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas. Mid-day reports of […]

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Legals for Jan. 19, 2017

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Local author writes Memphis ‘must-do’ bucket list book

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People who live in the Memphis area sometimes overlook its charms, and Samantha Crespo is luring natives and visitors alike with what the city and its surrounds have to offer. A seasoned travel writer, Crespo this year published the updated version of her popular book, “100 Things to Do in Memphis Before You Die,” 2nd […]

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Bartlett defeats Collierville 56-48

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Local athletes nominated for All-State team

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More than 30 Shelby-Metro players have been nominated to Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State teams by Journal West 10 Media staff. Nominations were made after recommendations from coaches, media, statistics provided by high school sports information directors and by local statistician Keith Gentry. Members of other Memphis media outlets nominated additional players. The All-State teams […]

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Business Briefs for Nov. 24, 2016

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Bartlett-based credit union opens Collierville branch First South Financial Credit Union, based in Bartlett, has announced a 3,950 square-foot Collierville branch opening at 369 S. Byhalia Road. With 16 Mid-South banking center locations, First South’s continued growth has propelled the credit union to become the largest in West Tennessee based on capital. With many of […]

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Eagle project raises more than $16,000 for ‘Trip of Honor’

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The American Flag is a symbol of freedom and hope around the world. It’s why 15-year-old Wesley Miller of Troop 331 in Collierville dedicated his Eagle Scout Project to it, while raising an additional $16,000 to send World War II veterans back to the lands where they fought. Miller’s project was two-fold. First, he erected […]

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Lifeblood announces dates for October blood drives

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You can save lives, one pint at a time. It’s a fact: 90 percent of us will need blood before age 70, but less than 10 percent of the general population actually donates blood. The need for blood in the Mid-South is pressing and constant. Lifeblood’s donors provide 60 percent of the blood used by […]

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Saints down Gryphons in annual Battle of the Levee

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Briarcrest quarterback Jackson Walker celebrated his 16th birthday on Aug. 26 in the sweetest way possible, beating bitter rival St. George’s 37-14 in Collierville. “I was hoping for one (a win as a birthday present),” said Walker as he fielded happy birthdays from happy Briarcrest fans. “I couldn’t appreciate it until after we won. It […]

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Bartlett defeats Houston Lady Mustangs

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St. Benedict loses season opener to Collierville

After holding St. Benedict scoreless, Collierville defensive tackle Devan Reynolds was holding his 8-month-old sister, Paisley, celebrating the 45-0 season opening victory with his family on Friday. “We stayed together as a unit. Our hard work in the off-season paid off for us. The scoreboard shows it tonight,” said Reynolds, a 5-8, 200-pound senior, who […]

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New Neighbors honors Sidna Bookout’s service

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New Neighbors’ President Vicki McLean presented the organization’s 2016 Nat Watson Community Commitment Award to Sidna Bookout of Collierville at a luncheon earlier this year. The award is presented to a member who is not currently serving on the board who goes above and beyond what is expected in service to New Neighbors and her […]

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