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08/25/2016
by J. D. Meisner   Now that the Aug. 23 runoff election is in the books, there's a new sheriff in town – or at least there will be come January. According to Creek County Election Board Secretary Joy Naifeh, turnout was extremely light Tuesay when just over 4,000 of... + continue reading
08/25/2016
by Shirley Todd   A jury trial has been set for 23-year-old Antonio Moore, charged with two counts of first degree murder for the shooting deaths of Ruth Rex and Jake Wright. He is scheduled to face a jury of his peers on Sept. 13, 2016, in Sapulpa.... + continue reading
Thursday, August 25, 2016
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The Bristow Pirate Pride marching band works the kinks out of its halftime show Monday in the high school parking lot/practice field. The band boosters are currently working on their first fund raiser of the season, soliciting sponsorships for each game’s halftime show.... + continue reading
Thursday, August 25, 2016
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by Shirley Todd   Two 2016 Bristow graduates are starting college with a little help from the Bristow Alumni Association. Macy Willis and Elizabeth Wheeler each received a $2,000 scholarship, which they are using to help offset the expense of furthering their education. The... + continue reading
Thursday, August 25, 2016
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by Shirley Todd   Depew Mayor Doug Tuttle, honored internationally known artist Wayne Cooper with a new sign welcoming motorists to Depew. “The old sign was made of plywood and began to look terrible,” said Mayor Tuttle. “I told Wayne, I took your sign down,... + continue reading

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More of Oklahoma’s graduating seniors took the ACT college entrance exam than in the previous five years, according to information released today by ACT. According to ACT, 2,010 more Oklahoma graduating seniors took the test, a 6.5-percent increase over the prior year’s cohort.... + continue reading
08/25/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Every litter bit hurts, and Keep Oklahoma Beautiful’s Litter Education is a program helping to spread that message. By providing opportunities through creative projects, its three programs (UnCapped, Do Your Art and End Litter) are developed to teach students about the harmful effects... + continue reading
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Dozens of cowboys, horses and horse-drawn wagons made their way along Main Street Saturday for the second day of Western Heritage Days, which concluded with the rodeo Saturday evening.     To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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Opening day of dove hunting season is just days away. As sportsmen and sportswomen prepare their camo, shotguns and decoys for this season, the Wildlife Department reminds hunters to make sure... + continue reading

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By Katy Herman   Can you believe that summer 2016 has officially come to a close? At Bristow Public Schools we have welcomed our students back to kick off another... + continue reading

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Haylee VanDeventer, daughter of Rick and Kathy VanDeventer and the granddaughter of Helen and Orbiae Pitts of Bristow, competed in the Distinguished Young Woman of Oklahoma Program which was... + continue reading

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