Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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Hunter Remington keeps it cool at Blizzard Bay this summer making ice cold sno cones. Blizzard Bay is open 12 to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday, on East 10th Avenue, in Bristow. Staying cool is especially important this weekend with daytime temperatures expected to climbing into triple digits... + continue reading
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by Shirley Todd The Bristow Historical Society opened a farmer’s market at Town Square on Main Street in June of this year and organizers say the selection was never better. Historical Society Board Member Linda Trigalet said the market is open each Saturday morning at 7 a.m. and closes... + continue reading
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by Shirley Todd On Monday, July 9, the Depew Public School Board of Education unanimously approved the state mandated teacher pay raise. Depew Schools Superintendent Leon Hiett said all the classroom teachers within the district will begin receiving their raise in September. The raise was... + continue reading

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07/17/2018
One suspect remains at large after three men shot up a Bristow home. by Shirley Todd Police in Bristow are looking for a man who they say took part in a drug related shooting on the 1300 block of South Poplar Drive on June 27. In all, three Bristow men, Clydell Alexander, III, 21; Kane... + continue reading
07/17/2018
by Shirley Todd A Bristow man was arrested after posting a threat on social media toward a law enforcement officer. On June 6, an arrest was issued for John Rinke, 45, Bristow, for making a threat of violence toward a Bristow Police Officer.   To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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by Shirley Todd During the July 9, Bristow Pubic Schools Board of Education meeting, Facilities Director Bryan Blansett gave an update on projects being built with school bond funds. He said construction of the new weight room at Hafer Field is on schedule for completion Aug. 1.  ... + continue reading
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by Shirley Todd The Parent Teacher Organizations for both Edison and Collins Elementary Schools will set up apple trees at the local banks beginning Monday, July 23. PTO member Tara Johnson said the apples on the trees will list school supplies from teachers’ wish lists of items they... + continue reading
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by Ken Murell A few Eastern Europeans, including Hungarian believer Ivan Marcos, made regular trips to Vienna during the Cold War years. Marcos traveled there two or three times per year to collect royalties from books written by his father. He often returned home with contraband (Bibles)... + continue reading

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Bristow Crew SS Brody McNac makes a catch with No. 5 Gage Bailey and No. 20 Jaxon Mc- Daniel.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/... + continue reading

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By Bunny Baker The is no Sunday west of St. Louis and no God west of Fort Smith. This referred to the irreverent behavior on the wild west frontier in general and the widespread lawlessness found... + continue reading

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Artists have until 4:30 p.m. Aug. 1 to submit artwork for the current Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp design competition. The colorful wood duck is the subject for this year's prestigious contest.... + continue reading