2007 Archived NEWS Index
(Collinsville, Oklahoma) www.cvilleok.com
... call Ted Wright (918) 371-1901 or send email to
Volleyball Regional At Bixby Starts Tues Oct. 2 with Deer Creek
& Coweta & Collinsville (at 6pm) & Bixby
Collinsville Funeral Home:
(June 14, 1941 - September 28, 2007)
Services 10am Tuesday, October 2, at Liberty Freewill Baptist Church
(May 1, 1924 - September 27, 2007)
Services 10am Monday, Oct. 1, at the First Assembly of God Church
The girls won the 1st game today beating Vinita 3-1. Abby Miller
started out pitching but took a hard hit to the arm while batting
(possible fracture). Kylie Cole came in to pitch this game as well
as the entire game with Claremore Sequoyah. We played them for the
championship but lost 2-1 in the 10th inning. We were losing 0-1
and in the 6th inning Miriah McElroy hit a homerun to tie it up.
We fought hard every inning but in the bottom of the 10th they had
a runner on 2nd and a hard hit to the right side scored the winning
run for Sequoyah. The girls should be proud, they played their hearts
out and never gave up! -- Missy Delozier -- 9-28-2007 10:30pm
Update: The girls lost the 2nd game to Claremore Sequoyah 4-1.
They play today at 12:30 against Vinita. Loser goes home ... winner
plays Claremore Sequoyah at 2:00 for the championship. We'd have
to beat them twice to go to State. -- Missy Delozier -- 9-28-2007
Friday 9-28-2007 Tulsa World:
-- Helen J. Ring, 83, died Thursday. Services pending.
Collinsville Funeral Home.
-- Elva Lavaun Mitchell, 85, Hillcrest
Medical Center employee, died Wednesday. Services pending. Sien-Shelton,
Thursday 9-27-2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville -- Theodore L. "Ted"
Day, 70, died Wednesday. Services pending. Mowery, Owasso.
I was a surprised today to see the local newspaper (my compeititor)
come out in favor of increasing sales taxes for the entire county
for a river project far from Collinsville and most other county
residents. I don't object to the project, just the way it is being
funded. The Jenks Riverwalks project (which the rest of the county
didn't have to pay for) is cited as an example of why we should
help Tulsa pay for their own development. A new tax here is likely
the only way Collinsville will ever have a usable swimming pool
again. Taxes will continue (or be raised) to keep building Collinsville
classrooms to keep up with school growth here. Other taxes may be
required soon for other Collinsville maintenance, protection and
growth issues. Taxpayers have a limit in how much more they will
tolerate. Given a choice, I would rather pay my taxes for specific
Collinsville uses than pay for Tulsa improvements and hope for a
potential trickle down benefit. I challange the claimed 9000+ new
jobs as a typical pre-election claim. I treat it the same as the
Vision 2025 pre-election listing of funds for "low water dams
on the Arkansas River" that we are now told were just for "studies"
not actually building anything. I was in favor of Vision 2025 and
4-to-fix the county votes as they at least had token Collinsville
projects. I have little confidence in either the City of Tulsa or
the County after recent suspicious changes at the County?/City?
Fairgrounds in Tulsa. As with most scams the kicker is usually when
you are told that "you must decide now as the offer will not
be available later" ... with millions of developer dollars
being waived as a carrot before voters with a lack of solid information
on who will really benefit from our tax dollars. Vote
NO Oct. 9th for Collinsville to have a chance to make
it's own improvements. -- Ted Wright -- 9-26-2007 -- 4pm
Sales Tax Comparisons
2007 Distribution Reports
studying the July 2007 sales tax reports ... I was stunned
to find what looks like Tulsa County collecting 35% of
all of the county sales tax collected in the entire state
of Oklahoma! ($7.5 million out of $21.2 million). Oklahoma
County, Cleveland County, etc... the major counties around
OKC do not collect county taxes if I'm intrepreting the report
correctly? -- Ted 1am Thursday
driver of this vehicle is sitting up with his head bandaged after
crossing the center median and then southbound lanes of Highway
169 Wednesday (Sept. 26th) just before 2pm. There were apparently
no other vehicles struck by the northbound vehicle which ended up
on it's side on the west side of the highway between 126th and 136th
St. North. -- Ted 2:55pm Wednesday
In The 1930s
In A Centennial Series
Tuesday 9-25-2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville -- Thelma Margaret
"Molly" Jury, 84, homemaker, died Sunday. Services
pending. Reynolds. (9/26 update: Service
10 a.m. Thursday, Meadowcreek United Methodist )
Sausage For Sale -- Call 371-4882
Johnson O'Malley Indian Education Election
One of the most important components of the JOM program is parent
involvement. This October, parents of JOM eligible children will
have an opportunity to get involved in the development of the JOM
program at their school.
Elections for JOM Indian Education Committee members will be held
Monday, October 1, 2007 at the Indian Education Building, 310 S.
14th St., Collinsville, Oklahoma at 6:30 p.m.
To serve on the JOM IEC, a person must be the parent or guardian
of a JOM verified child. School board members or spouses and school
employees or spouses can not serve on the committee. For more information
contact Janice Fields at (918) 371-5449.
CHS JV Football team won their 4th game of the season (Sept. 24th)
with a come from behind 16-12 win over Claremore Sequoyah. After
falling behind 12-0 in the first half due to some kicking game problems
the Cardinals stormed back in the second half with some dominating
defense and two scoring drives to take the led. Kyle Crutcher scored
both Cardinal touchdowns and Collinsville was able to convert both
extra points for the difference. -- Jim Riley 9-25-2007
Regional at Claremore Sequoyah
Thursday Sept. 27th: Clm Seq-vs-Locust Grove at 1:30 and Vinita
-vs- Collinsville at 3pm. Losers at 4:30 & winners at 6pm.
Finish Friday 9/28. This was posted on the ossaa.com site Monday
evening and subject to change based on past experience. -- Ted --
Elementary Basketball Sign-UP -- Sat. Sept. 29th 9 am-12:00
noon at Herald Elementary -- $40.00 sign-up fee (Does not include
uniform) for Grades 3rd - 6th -- For more information contact Robert
Hendrix 371-5305 or email email@example.com.
Utility Payment Office will be closed Wednesday Sept. 26th
from 10am-2pm for city employee training session.
-- Local Food Pantry Drive -- Help feed our local citizens in need.
Fill the truck bed with canned food. Where: Sallee Football
Field, Date: Thursday September 27,
2007, Time: 4:30 - 7:30 pm
Owasso Community Resources -- serving the residents of Owasso and
Collinsville -- www.owassohelps.com
Suite 109 109 N Birch Owasso, OK 74055 --(i.e.
bring food and attend the JrHi Football games -vs- Glenpool Thursday)
(from Jay Crutchfield)
Cville Black 13 Owasso Cardinal 0
1st Cville Red 12 Claremore Gold 19
1st Cville White 12 TBC Green 20
3rd Cville Black 0 Claremore Red 35
3rd Cville Red 12 SS Black 0
Cville Black 18 Miami 6
4th Cville Red 26 Coweta White 0
4th Cville White 38 Jenks Gold 6
5th Cville 35 Owasso Red 0
6th Cville 22 BA Black 24
Softball (Sat. Sept. 22nd): Beat Sperry 11-4 in the first game
--Abby Miller winning pitcher. Beat Memorial in the 2nd game 5-0
--Kylee Cole the winner and then Memorial beat our JVs 5-2 with
Kristie Moore taking the loss. -- per Ron Evans 9-22-2007
BURY Contractors needed in Tulsa and surrounding area for long-term
contract. Call 918-599-7674 or fax resume to 918-599-7189
Red Underground, L.L.C.
Collinsville High School cross country
track team had a meet Thursday at Obrien Park, The Booker
T. Washington Invitational.
Girls Team Results: 1 Owasso, 2 Booker T. Washington, 3
Collinsville, 4 Tulsa Edison, 5 Victory Christian, 6 Miami,
7. Muskogee, 8. Mannford.
Individual Results 3200 M run: 8th Jenny Dyer 13.35, 14th
Jessica Dyer 13.51, 23rd Myranda Murphy 14.20, 25th Alex Atkinson
14.27, 26th Kelsey Holeman 14.30
Thanks for keeping the town updated!, Coach Stacy 9-21-2007
7th grade Football team won a hard fought defensive battle with
Oologah 6-0. Newt Salisbury scored the Cardinal TD on a 1 yrd run.
The 8th graders lost 8-6 for the second straight week. The Cardinal
8th graders had a TD pass called back and dropped another pass in
the end zone. The 9th grade lost their annual battle with Oologah
36-16. Cardinal mistakes where the difference in this game. Turnovers
and poor tackling were the culprit for the Cardinals. -- Jim Riley
Friday 9-21-2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville -- Frank Turrentine,
73, electrical lineman, died Wednesday. Service 10 a.m. Saturday,
Mowery Funeral Home Chapel, Owasso.
9-18-2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville -- Mary E. Norris, 62,
died Monday. Services pending. Mowery, Owasso.
Cardinal JV Football team pushed their record to 3-0 with a 27-0
whipping of Skiatook Monday night (Sept. 17) . -- Jim Riley
2 dogs got out of the yard (near 156th & Memorial) Monday night:
one is a black schnauzer and the other is a black/white border collie.
If anyone has seen them PLEASE, PLEASE contact me at 231-3524. --
Melissa Whitlock 9-18-2007
12-0 Win Over Broken Arrow Black
Ron" Show Link
Youth Football Results (from Jay Crutchfield):
1st Cville Black 13 Claremore Gold 0
1st Cville White 12 Catoosa Green 0
1st Cville Red 0 TBC Black 34
3rd Cville Red 14 ET Gold 6
3rd Cville Black 6 Miami 0
4th Cville White 0 Owasso Red 6
4th Cville Red 0 Jenks Silver 12
4th Cville Black 0 Union Silver 12
5th Cville 12 B A Black 0
6th Cville 35 Claremore Red 0
Bags May Be Required In Pending Ordinance
Properties Easement Vacated
Sat. 9-15-2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville -- Charles Dean "C.D."
Burke, 89, salesman, died Friday. Services pending. Mowery,
High Football Teams Took 2 of 3 Games at Hominy (Thursday Sept.
13th): The Cardinal 7th grade football team won their game with
Hominy 13-0. The 8th grade lost a hard fought defensive struggle
6-8 and the Cardinal freshman team won their game 14-0. -- Jim
Gas Franchise Approved (75-11) by Collinsville Voters
Sept. 11th +
unknown absentee votes 78-13
County Election Board unofficial results 9/12/2007 -- (Previous
Gas Vote 2005)
24 Yes & 4 No from 1858 registered voters
51 Yes & 7 No from 2799 registered voters
0 Yes & 0 No from 386 registered voters
-- I cast only the 5th vote at the Health Center at 10:25am this
morning. Go Vote!!! -- Ted -- 9-11-2007
Obituaries from Collinsville
Funeral Home: Jerry D. Nash (August 11, 1933 - September
9, 2007) Services 2pm Wed. Sept. 12, 2007 at Ridgelawn Cemetery
the Sept. 11, 2007 Tulsa World: -- Collinsville: Earl K. Shirley,
81, died Monday. Services pending. Peters-Stumpff, Skiatook. (9/12
update: Service 10am. Friday, Faith Fellowship Church)
Cardinal JV Football team moved their record to 2-0 with a 10-0
whipping of Catoosa on Monday. Steven Majike nailed a 38 yard field
goal in the second period to give Collinsville a 3-0 lead. The Cardinal
defense smothered Catoosa for very little if any yards and it looked
like the 3 points would hold up for the win. Late in the 4th quarter
Shane Douglas scored a touchdown on a 1 yard run giving the Cardinals
a 10 pt lead. -- Jim Riley (9-11-2007)
ONG Gas Franchise With City of Collinsville (Sample
HS Football District: (2-0 : Grove & Wagoner) (1-1: Collinsville,
Jay, Miami, Webster) (0-2: Oologah, Pryor)
(Note: Webster's first win after 35 losses)
Fashion Show (Saturday,
Sept. 15, 2pm at Middle School Commons).
Clothing provided by Belks Department Store of Owasso. Models will
be: Mayor Stan Sallee, Rusty Poindexter, John Coleman, Lane Coulter,
Dalton Rasmussen, Kaleb Hamilton, Ethan Miller, Mariah McElroy,
Jessica Dyer, Principal Kelly Hamlin, Principal Cosair Thurman,
Principal Rachel Chronister, Katie Crugar, Cassie Smith, Laci Anderson,
Judy Cox, Alberta Bonebrake, Jade F. Sallee, Brook Oliver, and Brinkley
Howard. -- Collinsville Education Foundation
Sept. 8, 2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville -- Juanita I. Rogers,
88, cook, died Friday. Services pending. Moore's, Owasso.
GRDA Contract Tabled / Darling Gift Property Accepted
Sept. 4th: 6:30pm
JV Football here -vs- Mannford
Sept.1, 2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville -- Edward H. Lynn,
71, died Friday. Services pending. Johnson, Sperry.
have individual photo CDs that need to be picked up for: Donelson,
Sullivan, & Flynn. -- Ted Wright 9/1/2007 (& 9/23)
have prints to be picked up for Nair and Morgans. -- Ted 8/14
1967 reunion prints are completed but not picked up. -- Ted 8/14
photos are for sale (Photo Policy)
4x6 prints $2, 8x10 prints $5, or CD by sport/individual ($25-$35)
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$140/6 mo or $25/mo). -- Ted