Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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An arrest warrant was issued Wednesday afternoon for Creek County District 2 Commissioner Rick Stewart who, police say, embezzled an estimated $50,000 from the taxpayers of Creek County. According to court documents, Stewart is charged with six counts of embezzlement stemming from incidents that... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Oklahoma Highway Patrol K-9 Trooper Clint Painter introduces students from Edison Elementary to everything a police officer does in support of Elementary School Counselor Cindy Waylan’s Trustworthiness Day as part of the Pillars of Character campaign. To view more please log in or... + continue reading

Susan Wells, of Kemp’s Drug in Bristow, dispenses a prescription to a customer. Wells said she is very cognizant and careful about who her customers are.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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By Caleb Brabham Staff Writer.   (Editor's note: The following is part two of a three-part, in-depth look at the increasing problem of prescription drug abuse.) In Part I, Judy, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, struggled with the inevitability... + continue reading

Susan Wells, of Kemp’s Drug in Bristow, dispenses a prescription to a customer. Wells said she is very cognizant and careful about who her customers are.

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04/22/2014
By Caleb Brabham Staff Writer.   Sergeant First Class David Clinton Fisher had always been admired by his son, Ellis Fisher, not just for his service in the military but for his valued role in his life. Eight years after the Elder Fisher passed, Ellis and his daughter,... + continue reading
04/22/2014
By J. D. Meisner Managing Editor.   Accused triple murderer Beverly Noe appeared in district court in Bristow on Friday, April 18, for a pretrial conference. This was her second court appearance since being arrested on March 28. At her April 18 conference, Noe's court-... + continue reading

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By Tabatha Shadow Staff Writer.   On Friday, April 18, the Lady Pirates were defeated at the Firelake Festival in Shawnee. The ladies' first game was against Head Coach Nikki York’s younger sister, Lindsey Mudgett's team, Elk City. The Lady Pirates were... + continue reading
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By J. D. Meisner Managing Editor.   Parking in the area of Sixth and Main Streets will get a little better, thanks to a decision by the Bristow City Council to eliminate the no parking zone on the north side of east Sixth where it intersects with Main Street. At the Monday,... + continue reading
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By Caleb Brabham Staff Writer.   On Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m until 2:30 p.m., Bolin Ford will be hosting the second annual “Drive 4 UR School” event. The event incentivizes prospective car buyers with $20 being donated by Ford, up to $6,000, to Bristow... + continue reading
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By Tabatha Shadow Staff Writer.   Thursday, April 17, the Lady Pirate slow pitch softball team faced Liberty and had a close call but held the Tigers off, 19-18. Taylor... + continue reading

Lady Pirate Laina Schroeder chips onto the second green of the Bristow Community Golf and Country Club Monday during the Bristow Invitational Girls Golf Tournament -- Schroeder finished third.
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Oklahoma Highway Patrol K-9 Trooper Clint Painter introduces students from Edison Elementary to everything a police officer does in support of Elementary School Counselor Cindy Waylan’s... + continue reading

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief George Tiger, accepts the "Tribal Leader of the Year" award April 15 at the 32nd Annual Native American Financial Officers Association (NAFOA) Conference in New Orleans.
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