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Ted Wright -- last update 3/26/2008 (Chan2WeatherShow.html)
Copyright 2008 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
2 and the Indian Nations Council of Boy Scouts planted a new tree at the Collinsville
Library Tuesday March 25th.
2 News Meteorologist Julie Chin demonstrated some electrical principals and
how they relate to lightning.
George Flickinger arrived at Doug's Grill in time for a Collinsville lunch Tuesday
after a bike ride from the Channel 2 Studios in Tulsa ("via the back roads").
kids beat the adults in a weather question contest during the Weather Show in
the Collinsville High School gym.
2 News Meteorologist Dan Threlkeld presented valuable weather information to
the students at the Collinsville schools during the day Tuesday, before the
evening weather show.
at the Early Childhood Center (above). Sorry I didn't get a photo at Wilson
Elementary. -- Ted
horse and rider had just left Doug's Grill (at 9th & Main) as I was arriving
Tuesday for the Collinsville Chamber of Commerce's lunch with the Channel 2
were not on the menu at Doug's but were vegetable and fruit characters created
by the kids at the Early Childhood Center (ECC).
of the folks dining at Doug's Grill Tueday.
2 News Anchor Russ McCaskey (left) and Dan Threlkeld took a quick turn flipping
burgers and fries at Doug's grill Tuesday.
Stan Sallee gave Channel 2 a tour of the Collinsville City Hall.
Collinsville tour included a close up look at the construction in progress along
2 blocks of Historic Downtown Main Street.
Francis, Dennis Meister, Dan Threlkeld, George Flickinger, Stan Sallee and Russ
McCaskey at the Newspaper Museum In Collinsville. They got to see a bit of Collinsville
and newspaper history there at 1110 W. Main.
2 broadcast the weather live from the parking lot at CHS during the 5pm &
6pm news programs March 25th.
big weather show in the Collinsville High School gynasium started at 7pm in
front of a good crowd with free rain guages for the early arrivers.
Flickinger entered the show on his bike.
Principal Cory Slagle spoke briefly on the 5pm live broadcast.
brought about 35 employees to Collinsville to put on the Weather Show.
signing after the show.
you to KJRH for the chance to speak briefly about the Newspaper Museum In Collinsville
and this cvilleok.com web site on the 5pm live broadcast. -- Ted Wright