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Tue
27
Sep

Local store burglarized

By Shirley Todd
 
Sometime during the night on Monday, Sept. 26, the glass on the front door of Standard Auto, 123 E Seventh Street, Bristow, was shattered and the store was burglarized. “It looks like they broke in and broke the window more to get out,” said office manager Susan Peeper. 
 
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Tue
27
Sep

Bristow receives $3.9 million grant from FAA

By J. D. Meisner
 
On the heels of receiving a $1 million Economic Development Administration grant last month, the City of Bristow learned last week that it had been awarded with a $3.9 million Federal Aviation Administration grant. Both grants will be applied to expanding the runways and taxiways at the Jones Memorial Airport  
 
 
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Tue
27
Sep

Yearbook staff learns to create memories

By Shirley Todd
 
The Bristow High School yearbook staff is busy putting together the 2016-2017 yearbook. Paula Johnson is in her ninth year leading the students to put together a yearbook they will be proud to own. “I run the yearbook class like a small business,” said Johnson. “The students have deadlines to meet and ads to sell.”  
 
 
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Tue
27
Sep

Their majesties

Homecoming King Ira Hurst places the crown on Queen Shelby Inman’s head during homecoming coronation festivities at Hafer Field Friday. Looking on are band attendants Thomas McKinzie and Maggie Darnell.
 
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Tue
27
Sep

There is drama at Bristow High

By Shirley Todd

 
Rehearsals are underway for the upcoming performance of “A Christmas Carol” by the Bristow High School theater students. The students are running their lines and learning their cues to be ready for the opening on Dec. 1.  
 
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Tue
27
Sep

Varsity cheer goes to state

.By Shirley Todd
 
The Bristow High School Varsity Cheerleaders competed in the State Cheer Competition Saturday, Sept. 24, at Gallagher Iba Arena in Stillwater. They qualified for state during regional competition at Tulsa Union High School on Saturday, Sept. 17. The team placed fifth at regionals and 12th at state, competing in Class 4A.reporter. 
 
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Thu
22
Sep

Little Pirate Fan

Becky Bush and her daughter Journey clap and cheer for their beloved Purple Pirates Thursday during the Bristow Homecoming Parade on Main Street.  
 
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Thu
22
Sep

FFA descends on stockyards

by Shirley Todd
 
More than 580 students, representing over 35 different Future Farmer of America Chapters and 4H Clubs, took on the challenge of cattle grading, Wednesday morning, at the Mid-America Stockyards in Bristow. The 350 seat inside arena was overflowing with students ready for competition. Outside the rest of the students filled the outdoor arena.  
 
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Thu
22
Sep

Chamber says Christmas will come to Bristow

by J. D. Meisner
 
Since the mid-summer announcement that the Iowa Pacific Holdings' Polar Express was pulling out of Bristow permanently, members of the Bristow Area Chamber of Commerce have been scrambling to find something to replace the Christmas-themed train and keep the holiday momentum going in Bristow.   
 
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Thu
22
Sep

Local Vets attend HB 2450 ceremony

by Shirley Todd
 
House Bill 2450 authored by then Oklahoma State Representative James Leewright and President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman, was signed into law by Governor Mary Fallin on Wednesday, April 26. At a ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 21, Fallin honored the individuals who worked to turn the idea in to state law. The measure, known as “Stolen Valor” legislation, passed the house and senate overwhelmingly.
 
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