Thursday, July 24, 2014
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A crew from Action Safety Striping of Oklahoma City paints new stop strips and crosswalk lines on Route 66 through Bristow as the final phase of the Oklahoma Department of Transportations repaving project in downtown Bristow.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading

County Commissioners stand at the spot where a 100-year-old time capsule is buried near the cornerstone of the Creek County Courthouse in Sapulpa.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
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By J. D. Meisner Managing Editor.   The Creek County Courthouse Centennial Committee announced last week they are completing the final preparations for the upcoming celebration commemorating the 100 years following the groundbreaking of the county’s historic courthouse... + continue reading
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Paint crews were busy painting stripes on Bristow’s busy streets Wednesday. At above, a worker spreads a drying agent over a freshly painted stop strip.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

County Commissioners stand at the spot where a 100-year-old time capsule is buried near the cornerstone of the Creek County Courthouse in Sapulpa.

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By J. D. Meisner Managing Editor.   Back to school seems to come earlier every year but a pair of juvenile delinquents apparently couldn't wait for the official first day and showed up early, allegedly breaking in to Edison Elementary and making off with valuable... + continue reading
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By Caleb Brabham Staff Writer.   As the Aug. 16 date of the City of Bristow's Pirate Pride Triathlon looms closer, one final change as been made to course. "The only course that has changed is the bike course," said triathlon organizer Dustin Penn. "The course... + continue reading

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Chandler: July 21. Elevation below normal, water 84 and murky. Flathead catfish good on sunfish in channels and shorelines. Channel catfish fair on chicken liver and worms along shorelines. Crappie fair on minnows around docks. Ft. Gibson: July 21. Elevation above normal, water 79 and... + continue reading
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By J. D. Meisner Managing Editor.   The July distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from May business. Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required to file and pay... + continue reading
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J. D. Meisner Managing Editor.   The Okahoma Employent Securities Division recently released unemployment statistics by county for the Month of May, 2014. This past May, Latimer County posted the state's highest county unemployment rate of 8.4 percent. Sequoyah and... + continue reading
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The Bristow Aces won their end of season tournament recently and wore ribbons to raise awareness of Alzheimer's Disease. With their hats turned backwards to display their ribbons, the Aces are, back row from left, Brent Matherly, Luke Fortney, Coach Pam McClintock, Stephon Tolon, Coach Luke Fortney, Luke Miller, Erick Adkins, Brett Winter, Art Cliff, and Austin Cliff. Back row from left, Romello Smith, Derek Plum, Braden Tuttle, Kaylon Tolon, Ramone Smith and Carter Barnett. Not pictured are Dakota Roberts.
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On a team where many had never played on the same baseball team, and some had not played baseball ever, expectations for a good season were not high. Coached by Luke Fortney, Chris Miller and... + continue reading

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By J. D. Meisner. It's a long way to Durango from here (from anywhere really). On a good day, taking the direct (boring) route, Durango is a 12-hour drive via the drudgery of Interstate 40... + continue reading

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Oklahoma 4-Her’s forming a star on the OSU campus while attending the 4-H round-up.
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Oklahoma 4-H’ers are shining like stars at the 93rd State 4-H Roundup taking place now on the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater. The theme for this year’s Roundup is... + continue reading

Bristow Wal-Mart employees Sheila Warren, Mary Ann Dawson, Teleatha Galloway, store manager Rico Robertson and Wesley Dotson accepting the award for the stores donation to the American Red Cross Hero Campaign.
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