Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 25, 2016
Miscellaneous News
Chorus Events /
Bridge Progress /
School Signs & Flashing Lights Destroyed
19th Street Bridge Progress
It's been several days since I took this photo (Sept. 20th) and expect the 19th Street bridge by the park has progressed further. The basic bridge appears nearly complete structurally and the work is now for the adjoining ground and eventual roadway. -- Ted

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School Zone Flashing Light and Warning Signs Destroyed
I don't know when or how but the flashing signal and school zone signs leading to the high school from the east have been destroyed ... and white car parts were still in the area early Thursday morning September 22, 2016. Please drive carefully in the area as this portion of the school zone may be unmarked for some time before a new signal can be put in place.
-- Ted Wright 9/22/2016
I have a report that a 95 year old female driver struck the signs and was uninjured. -- Ted
Choir Practice For All-State
A recent after school practice for upcoming chorus All-State auditions.
Also Preparing For October 17th Fall Concert
Collinsville School Choruses will be presenting a fall concert at 7:00 PM on Monday, October 17 in the CHS Event Center. The Choirs under the direction of Samantha Taylor and Bob Humble, will perform a variety of styles, demonstrating the versatility of the students in the Collinsville Vocal Music Program.
Highlighting this event, will be the premier performance of "Life's Tale", commissioned in memory of Terry Due by the CHS Choir and written by Oklahoma composer Michael P. Stevens. -- Bob Humble 9/19/2016