Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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Freshman Representative weathers first few weeks as OK legislator by J. D. Meisner meisnerjd@bristownews.com Three weeks into his freshman term as Representative to the Oklahoma House, Kyle Hilbert said he is not only working for his constituents in District 29, but is learning that... + continue reading
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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by Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com Dakota Spainhower is scheduled to face a jury of his peers on June 5, 2017, at the Creek County Courthouse, in Bristow. In jail since his arrest on July 19, 2016, Spainhower is facing charges of first degree murder in connection with the July 18, 2016,... + continue reading
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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Council recognizes Vietnam Vet for his role in Ia Drang Valley battle by Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com On Friday, Feb. 17, the City of Bristow honored Vietnam Veteran Will Parish with a street named after him. Earlier this year, the city council voted to rename Wildflower Run, Will... + continue reading

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02/21/2017
Friday fire destroys Bristow home by Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com On Thursday, Feb. 16, David and Donna Skaggs lost their home to a fire. According to Bristow Fire Chief David McSpadden, the call came in about a house fire at 12:17 p.m. He said the department arrived on scene at 12... + continue reading
02/21/2017
by Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com On Tuesday, Feb. 21, the Creek County Commission held its weekly meeting in Sapulpa. The council approved the Allocation of the Alcoholic Beverage Tax. Creek County Treasurer Don Engle said $20,605, derived from alcoholic beverage tax. Bristow will... + continue reading

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Bristow’s Edison Elementary recently held its second grade spelling bee. Top spellers were, from left, Laryn Wages, first place; Abby Spencer, second and Chett Warnock, third. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Bristow%20NewsID383/ + continue reading
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By Shirley Todd Bristow's Omera Combs is a 1955 graduate of Lincoln High School. She graduated before integration and remembers what times were like in a segregated community. Combs said students who attended Lincoln have annual class reunions and the alumni have put together a book that marks... + continue reading
02/15/2017 - 0 comment(s)
by Shirley Todd Beginning Friday, Feb. 10, Governor Mary Fallin issued a burn ban for 53 of the 77 counties in Oklahoma. The governor’s burn ban supersedes all county burn bans currently in place. According to Depew Fire Chief Tim Jenkins, on Saturday, Feb. 11, his department was called out for... + continue reading

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02/21/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Bristow senior Mallory Chasteen signed a letter of intent on Monday morning to play softball at Coffeyville Community College in Coffeyville, Kansas. In the picture back row Grandpa Fred Channel,... + continue reading

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02/21/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Are We Equal? By Shirley Todd I have learned so much the past few weeks. As I researched information on Lincoln School and I heard how African Americans were treated before and during the Civil... + continue reading

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02/21/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The TRRFCC Pirates for the month of February at Bristow Middle School are, from left, sixth graders, Lane Bledsoe and Tucker Grant; seventh graders, Alejandrino Romero and Karry Davidson and eighth... + continue reading