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April 2015 Archives

Spring sports winding down
  28. Apr, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 25

Spring sports winding down

Cardinal sophomore shortstop Brett Erickson makes an off-balance throw to first base in a recent game. Have you seen the Cardinals play this season. Your chances are narrowing quickly as the season winds down. Check out the sports schedules on our community, sports and activity page for spring sports contests coming up. -- Norman Van Sickle photo

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Local shelter needs help
  27. Apr, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 24

Local shelter needs help

Braden Bateman enjoys the affection of one of the cats available for adoption at Collinsville’s “no-kill” animal shelter, Ward-Wiseman Animal Haven. The shelter is in need of support from the community in order to continue to operate. Watch for an extensive news story on the facility in the April 23rd edition of the Times Star to provide more details on how you can be of assistance. Or call them at (918) 371-1009 for details before then. -- Norman Van Sickle / Times Star photo

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JOM Program Gets National Award
  9. Apr, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 23

JOM Program Gets National Award

The Collinsville Schools’ Johnson O’Malley Indian Education Program was nominated and awarded an Exemplary Award by the National Johnson O’Malley Association in Portand, Oregon. Parent Committee member Kathy Sampley and Indian Education Director Janice Fields, holding the plaque, accepted the award on behalf of the Collinsville JOM Program. Janice would like to thank the staff and parent committee for their hard work on an Exemplary Program.

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Updating Collinsville
  2. Apr, 2015
 

Vol. 1, Number 22

Updating Collinsville

Ryan and Jamaica Jones, husband and wife, are two of the Pro Meters Inc. team in Collinsville currently replacing old water and electric meters to the type that report by radio signal back to Collinsville City Hall on how much usage has taken place for each business and household. The couple and others from PMI will be here probably well into June working on the project for the city. This is just one of many improvements that the city is making currently. We’ll tell you about more in the weeks to come. Ryan and Jamaica are headquartered in Alabama but travel the U.S. on these types of projects. They tell us that their favorite place to work was Utah, because of thebeauty of the country there. “But we sure like it here,” Ryan said. “You’ve got a nice community!”

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