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01/12/2017
Built nearly 100 years ago, the old Washington School started coming down Wednesday   by Shirley Todd   The walls of Washington Elementary are coming down. The building has been vacant since closing its doors in December, 2011, just as students were moved... + continue reading
01/12/2017
by Shirley Todd   Public Works Director Steve McGuire said the city is prepared and ready if the weather turns bad.   “We are better off than we have ever been,” said McGuire. “We have accumulated a lot of equipment since the last ice storm.... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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Kenny McGuire operates a trackhoe and works to bring down the walls of Washington Elementary School Wednesday. City crews are salvaging the decorative pieces of the building’s facade. The school was originally built in 1921.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
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by J. D. Meisner   One of the youngest steer wrestlers to ever qualify for the International Professional Rodeo Association Finals hails from right here in Bristow and will be competing against the best in the world this weekend in Oklahoma City.   Ray “Rayray... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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Former Cleveland County Assistant District Attorney Lori Puckett was sworn in Wednesday as a new Cleveland County Special Judge.   She is the daughter of Bristow's Edgar Spencer and the late Nancy Spencer.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading

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The bread aisle at Williams grocery store sits nearly empty Thursday after shoppers hit area markets in preparation for winter storm Jupiter. Weather experts say the latest computer models show the worst of the storm hitting central and northwest Oklahoma with heavy ice, but are calling for... + continue reading
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By Trevor Brown   A recent federal court ruling could open a new wave of redistricting challenges across the country. And that includes Oklahoma, where Republicans now control 78.5 percent of the statehouse seats – a 10 percentagepoint increase since the GOP-controlled Legislature... + continue reading
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With no intention of letting a little snow get between his customers and their pizza, Pizza Hut manager Michael Morris shovels snow from the restaurant’s parking lot to make it safer for customers. Bristow received approximately three inches of snow Friday, most of which melted... + continue reading
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by J. D. Meisner   The Bristow High School Boys Basketball team shot a solid 54 percent from the field, Tuesday, and stomped out the Perkins-Tryon Demons, 49-36, in Perkins.   “We... + continue reading

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By Bunny Baker   Has America become the land of special interest and home of the double standard?   Lets see.   If we lie to Congress, it’s a felony and if Congress lies to... + continue reading

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by Shirley Todd   Post 126 Commander Charles Stark said because of the generosity of others, the American Legion was able to help more veterans than usual over the holidays.... + continue reading