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Kids (from Jan 18th) Ethan Hancock, A.J. Stubbs, Avery Morrison, Trista
Williams, Addison Kallam, Ty Traywick, Tyler Walters, and Riley Jackson.
-- submitted by Carol Ann Sallee
|Ted, I was sitting
here kinda sad remembering a friend that passed away almost four years
ago. It almost seems like it was yesterday. I was wondering if you had
a small spot to put a small rememberance of my friend Todd Ryan Goodman
who passed away 1-25-2004. He was a good kid and loved everyday. Either
outside or with us on the baseball field with Coach Reeder. Just a thought.
-- Cory Flynn (Jan.
You Help Again? (Feb. 2nd)
|There is still a
massive amount of curb side brush from the Dec. 2007 ice storm in Collinsville.
The Jan. 12th effort was a major improvement for safety and appearance.
Volunteers are asked to contact the Chamber office at 371-4703 to help
with pre-planning, but you can still show up at CHS Saturday Feb. 2 at
7am. Trailers and trucks are key to the effort.
steel for the decking in the new 4-lane Main Street bridge is continuing to
on the 4 lanes of new pavement to connect the bridge from Highway 169 all the
way to 5th Street is also progressing. The south side has been cleared down
to dirt while the old pavement remains (for now) to allow access to the many
businesses in the construction zone.
CHS baseball signings this week: Harrison Mendez and D.J. Neighbors. I
will try to add additional info later. -- Ted
4 lane pavement stops just west of Eastside Veterinary and Ken'ts Custom Cars
and Trucks from the 146th Street interchange at Hwy 169.
be watching to be sure the CHS band's sign (honoring their many years as state
champs) is returned to a place of prominence when the construction is completed.
-- Ted (Previous Sign Coverage)
Creek under the new bridge is frozen with some of the coldest temperatures of
this winter (as low as 11 degrees this week) but the weekend forecast is calling
for 50's before the next cold snap.
has been postponed twice due to wet grounds at the brush dump site. Feb. 16
is the current target. -- Ted 2/9/2008