Mrs. Jones Pre-K class
“I get a turkey at the store, put it in the microwave, cook it for 77 minutes and eat it.”
A 1987 Bristow High School graduate is taking night classes and working part-time at the Juilliard School of Music in New York to be a piano tuner.
By Shirley Todd
Oklahoma Turnpike Authority Executive Director Tim Gatz, along with Governor Mary Fallin and other officials, opened all six lanes for the first eight miles of construction work on the Turner Turnp
By by Shirley Todd
By J. D. Meisner
Bristow High School Senior Ally Alcorn signed letter of intent to play softball at Labette Community College in Parsons, Kansas. Pictured seated are Travis and Deanna Dobson, Alcorn and Rusty Low.
Bristow cheer captain Kaylee Jones tried out for the all region cheerleading squad on Wednesday, Nov. 14, and qualified. She advances to represent Bristow for all state competition next week.
“Dr. William H. Mitchell DVM or "Dr. Bill", veterinarian and Board member for The Right Path, was awarded 2018 International Veterinarian of the Year through PATH Int’l.
Oklahoma’s 16-day deer gun season will run Nov. 17 through Dec. 2.
Penny Elaine Matlock was born May 23, 1949, to Joseph G. and Lilly Ruth Dodson in Munich, Germany. She departed this life Nov.
Jeffery Neil Woodcock died on Nov. 2, 2018, in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Jeff was born in Bristow, on Oct. 15, 1964, to Kenneth R. Woodcock and Marie F. Woodcock.
Anna Frances (Karban) White was born Dec. 9, 1927, on the family farm in Waukomis, Oklahoma, to Bretislav (Richard) Karban and Mary Bozena Odehnal.