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Master 'Copy-Cat' Craftsman
  22. Jan, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 12

Master 'Copy-Cat' Craftsman

Collinsville’s George Phillips is a master craftsman excelling in woodworking. Give him a photo of something or a pattern and the 1958 C.H.S. grad can make it.

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Changing Collinsville... One Lot At a Time!
  15. Jan, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 11

Changing Collinsville... One Lot At a Time!

Former City Commissioner Gail Rogers, above left, visits with Smalygo Properties owner Kyle Smalygo during the creek cleanup just south of It’s A Small World daycare center about a year ago.

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Can athletes be developed?
  8. Jan, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 10

Can athletes be developed?

Aiden Calloway, a seventh grader at Collinsville’s Middle School works on a weight sled at Elite Athlete Development at 136th Street North and U.S. Highway 169. The facility was opened in August to help local athletes develop speed, strength and abilities in various sports.

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Well, I don’t see why not!
  1. Jan, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 9

Well, I don’t see why not!

“MUST I EXPLAIN what it is I want?” seems to be the thing that Ashlyn Cruse was saying to Santa Claus Monday, December 22nd at American Bank of Oklahoma. Children that came into the bank that day received a free photo with Santa and a $2 bill. Santa’s knee was well used by the end of the several hours he spent at the bank.

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8 games played... 8 wins added
  25. Dec, 2014
 

Vol. 1, Number 8

8 games played... 8 wins added

Collinsville’s Seth Boomer, right, drives in for a layup against Skiatook on Dec. 18th as the Cardinal varsity and JV teams completed a sweep of the Bulldogs here. The next evening, the same four Cardinal squads completed the sweep against Inola. Read all the details on pages 11 and 12 in today’s issue. Both teams are preparing for tournaments to be held over the holidays. -- Norman Van Sickle photo

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