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Eve Roberts and Ohana Edwards string beads to make an ankle bracelet Monday during Bristow Day Camp. Camp will continue through next week. To read 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 Representatives with Public Service of Oklahoma met with Bristow Schools Superintendent Curtis Shelton and Transportation Director Mike Hallman on Friday about the Wind Catcher Energy Connection Project. Tracy Harper, customer service and marketing coordinator with PSO, shared... + continue reading
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by J. D. Meisner A pair of Depew youth softball teams are headed to the state tournament this week after finishing one and two in their league tourneys earlier this month. The eight and Under Lil’ Lady Hornets, lead by Head Coach Matt Kearney and assistant Coaches Amanda McGuire and Liz... + continue reading

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06/19/2018
by J. D. Meisner Residents in Bristow will see a small change in their water bills starting in July when a three-percent rate increase, approved by the council this week goes into effect. In a split vote at the Monday, June 18 meeting of the Bristow City Council, the council approved adopting... + continue reading
06/19/2018
by Shirley Todd Primary election is Tuesday, June 26. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., for voters to make a choice on who will represent their party in the November General Election; two bond issues and a state question. Voters who live in Olive School District will vote on two... + continue reading

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Summer is heating up, and as temperatures rise, so does the risk of heat-related illness. Each year, more than 600 people die from heat-related illness in the United States. In Oklahoma, there were 145 deaths associated with exposure to excessive heat from 2010 to 2017. Approximately 70 percent... + continue reading
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It was 6 a.m. Las Vegas time when Keli Tointigh awoke to her cell phone ringing. The Chickasha resident was on vacation with her husband, John Tointigh, when an Oklahoma Department of Human Services employee asked if the couple would be willing to take in the children of one of Keli Tointigh... + continue reading
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by Shirley Todd It’s time to cool off with a dip in the Bristow Swimming Pool. The pool finally opened Tuesday, June 5, after plumbing work had to be completed. “There were some issues with the plumbing that had to be fixed,” said pool manager Tara Mattox. “Once those... + continue reading

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by J. D. Meisner A pair of Depew youth softball teams are headed to the state tournament this week after finishing one and two in their league tourneys earlier this month. The eight and Under... + continue reading

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By Shirley Todd It has been a sad sight lately listening to great teachers say they have decided to step away from the classroom. Some are going to another state to teach while others are leaving... + continue reading

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Eve Roberts and Ohana Edwards string beads to make an ankle bracelet Monday during Bristow Day Camp. Camp will continue through next week. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading