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Creek County District Judge Joe Sam Vassar was presented with the Oklahoma Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates' (ABOTA) prestigious Judge of the Year Award during their annual banquet held in Tulsa on Jan. 23. The American Board of Trial Advocates is a part of a... + continue reading
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by J. D. Meisner   The get away driver in the July 4 heist of nearly $70,000 from the Bristow Walmart has pleaded guilty to grand larceny and conspiracy to commit grand larceny. According to court documents, Mariah Bustamonte, 21, appeared before District Court Judge... + continue reading
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by Rick Vyper   Imagine having a World Championship Bull Rider right here in your own backyard. Garrett Tribble, 18, Slick, graduated from Bristow High School in 2015 and hasn’t stopped since, making his way to the pros.   To view more... + continue reading

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by Rick Vyper   With the cutbacks in public school systems, recent chatter to save money for each system has posed the question to consolidate school superintendents giving each county one superintendent to manage every school district and school in that county. The... + continue reading
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by Rick Vyper   Voter turn out for the Tuesday Public School Board Election was not as expected. According to the Creek County Election Board, in Bristow, there are 3,869 registered voters that could have voted in the election. After voter tallies were complete, only... + continue reading

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by Nate Robson and Warren Vieth   Gov. Mary Fallin to Oklahoma lawmakers: We need hundreds of millions of dollars, fast. Here are my ideas. What have you got? That’s not exactly how Fallin put it in her “State of the State” address to the Legislature on Feb... + continue reading
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One state legislator is teed off about a proposal to exempt Oklahoma from the federal observance of daylight saving time. But a majority of a House panel believes DST has outlived its usefulness and favors year-round clock consistency. House Bill 2557 by Rep. Harold Wright, R-Weatherford,... + continue reading
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The Tulsa Youth Symphony Orchestra performed Sunday, Feb. 7, at the Freeland Center for the Performing Arts and closed their show with a local favorite, The Polar Express.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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Ft. Gibson: Feb. 7. Elevation above normal, water 42 and murky. Crappie fair on hair jigs and tube jigs at 18 ft. around docks and brush structure. All other fishing slow. Report submitted by Rick... + continue reading

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By J. D. Meisner   Holy bajeebers, gas has hit a (relatively) unprecedented low price of 90 cents a gallon. While this may not spell happy days for the Oklahoma oil... + continue reading

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The TRRFCC (Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, and Citizenship) Pirates for the month of February are, from eft, sixth graders, Blazer Pope and Jaelyn Richardson;... + continue reading