Archive | September, 2012

14 candidates file for Nov. 6 election

Aldermen (Pos. 3) Sidney Kuehn Mike Palazzolo   Aldermen (Pos. 4) Mark Billingsley Forrest Owens   Aldermen (Pos. 5) Rocky Janda Kyle Wiggins   School Board Paige Michael Mark C. Dely Sammy Jobe Natalie Williams Edgar A. Babian Brent E. Brockway Lisa L. Parker Ken Hoover

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Board OKs budget amendment for school district

The Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen has agreed to transfer $1.1 million from the city’s general fund reserves to help finance the startup costs associated with a municipal school district. Board members approved an ordinance Monday night on first reading to amend the city’s 2013 budget to include money for the Germantown Municipal School […]

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Dumpster Day

Germantown will host Amnesty Dumpster Day from 7:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on Sept. 15 at 7700 Southern Ave. and 2950 Johnson Road. Amnesty Dumpster Day, sponsored by the Germantown Environmental Commission, gives residents a chance to get rid of unwanted bulky items not picked up by sanitation service providers. Acceptable items include building materials, […]

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Germantown Police Reports

  August 24 Crimes • A wallet was stolen on the 7600 block of Poplar Ave. at 11:50 a.m. • Identification, credit cards and bank cards were stolen from a purse on the 7600 block of W. Farmington Blvd. at 1:43 p.m. • Hubcaps were stolen from a parked vehicle on the 7600 block of […]

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Devils dismantle winless Kirby

The Germantown High School varsity football team got its first win of the season Friday night thanks in large part to the legs of senior running back Damon Cox. The Red Devils defeated Kirby 45-2 at their first home game of the season. Cox, who also plays cornerback for Germantown, finished the game with 154 […]

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Mustangs get first win

The Houston High School varsity football team used opportunistic defense and a ground-and-pound offensive attack to win its first game of the season 24-10 at home against Collierville High School. Houston’s ability to force turnovers prevented the Dragons from capitalizing on a balanced offensive game plan that included more than 100 passing yards and 100 […]

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