Collinsville, Oklahoma
August 19, 2016
Miscellaneous News
Limit Set On Dogs & Cats /
HS Championship Football TV /
Softball Fri-Sat / Band Contests /
6th Grade T-Shirt Orders

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Wilson 6th Grade Center Shirts
Pre-order your Wilson 6th Grade Center T-Shirt starting Tuesday, August 16th, during "Meet the Teacher Night," from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Short Sleeve T-Shirts will be $16.00 and long sleeve will be $20. Youth sizes S - L, Adult sizes XS - 4XL. Students may pre-order T-Shirts through Friday, September 23rd. Cash or Check accepted.

Karen McNeal
6th Grade Science
6th Grade Forensic Science

CCC Band Marching Contests:

SEPTEMBER 24 - Mustang Contest, Mustang, Oklahoma

OCTOBER 1 - Bixby Contest, Bixby, Oklahoma

OCTOBER 8 - Union Contest, Tulsa, Oklahoma

OCTOBER 22 - 5A - OBA Contest, Mustang, Oklahoma

OCTOBER 26 - 5A State Contest

-- Nikki Robertson -- Band Boosters -- 8/19/2016
Softball Update
Softball -- The Lady Cardinals JV Team will be playing in the Barnsdall Tourney today and Saturday. Gametimes:
Friday- 11:30am Lincoln Christian.. 2:30 Barnsdall.. 4:00 Hominy. Saturday- 10:00, 1130 & 230.

The Lady Cardinals Varsity Team will be playing in the RSU Festival Saturday at 11am against Oologah and 3:30 against Kansas.
(8/19/2016 from Softball Boosters Facebook)

City Limit Set For Total Dogs And Cats Allowed
Effective September 8, 2016, residents in Collinsville city limits will be restricted on the number of cats and dogs allowed. Those pets should have already be registered with the city.
Related Sample Dog Registration
Vaccination and registration of Collinsville dogs is not a new requirement as shown in this 1927 notice above.
High School Football Championship Games to air live on Griffin Stations

Griffin Communications & OSSAA Reach Agreement on High School Championship Series

High School Football Championship Games to air live on Griffin Stations

OKLAHOMA – Griffin Communications and the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association (OSSAA) have reached an agreement for Griffin stations to air and stream the Oklahoma Class 6A and Class 5A football championship games and the Class 6A and Class 5A basketball championships during the 2016-2017 seasons.

“Oklahoma’s Own Griffin Communications is committed to serving Oklahomans by providing high quality, local programming and there is nothing more local or more Oklahoma than high school sports. Today’s agreement is a win-win for both Griffin and the OSSAA,” said David Griffin, Griffin Communications Chairman and CEO. “We are excited to be able to showcase some of Oklahoma’s best football and basketball players as they chase a championship.”

The high school football championship games will air live on the Griffin stations and websites on Dec. 2, 2016. Station assignments on games will be made at a later date.

About Griffin Communications

Griffin Communications, L.L.C. is an Oklahoma-owned multimedia company, providing news and information content to Oklahomans across the state. Holdings include KWTV/News 9 and KSBI in Oklahoma City and KOTV/News On 6 and KQCW/The Tulsa CW in Tulsa. Griffin’s holdings also include,, Griffin Outdoor and Radio Oklahoma Network, representing 40+ affiliates across Oklahoma. Griffin Communications also has developed several partnerships and strategic alliances throughout Oklahoma, including Oklahoma Community Television/Griffin Tower Company and News 9 Now/News On 6 Now. Griffin Communications, L.L.C. is among a few privately held media companies in the country, owned by David and Kirsten Griffin of Oklahoma City, and John Griffin of Muskogee. Griffin Communications, L.L.C. solely focuses its resources in the state of Oklahoma—Oklahoma businesses owned and operated by Oklahomans.