Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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A flag retirement ceremony was conducted by the Bristow American Legion Post 126 and Boy Scout Troop 571, on Friday, Nov. 10 at the Bristow softball field at Klingensmith Park. Members of the legion went through and examined each flag before retirement. State Commander of the American Legion John... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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Serenity Ivy was elected October Student of the Month at Tulsa Public Schools. Serenity is the daughter of Bonnie Ivy, of Sperry; granddaughter of Barbara and Rick McClendon, of Bristow, and Kim Hamilton and Bobby Ivy, of Bristow; great granddaughter of Ann and Bobby LLoyd, of Bristow. To read... + continue reading
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by J.D. Meisner It's playoff time and Head Coach Brett Jones and his Bristow Pirates are fully aware that it is time to go big, or go home. “The atmosphere is different come playoff time,” said Jones. “You can just feel it in the air. The do-or-die urgency is prevalent... + continue reading

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11/14/2017
by J. D. Meisner The Bristow City Council, in a special meeting held last Thursday, Nov. 9, tabled a measure to form a three-man committee to interview possible applicants to fill a vacant council seat in Ward Two. That seat was vacated on Sept. 5, when longtime councilman Leon Smith... + continue reading
11/14/2017
by Shirley Todd Oklahoma’s State Department of Education has changed its testing standards to be more in line with national standards. According to State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister, this is because approximately 39 percent of Oklahoma college students have to take remedial, zero-... + continue reading

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By Shirley Todd As a junior at Milfay High School, Carl Ray Sparks decided to serve his country by enlisting in the National Guard. He was only 16 years old when he was invited by classmate Glenn Long to attend a National Guard drill in Bristow on April 1, 1948. On that day, Sparks enlisted... + continue reading
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By Shirley Todd Another amazing entertainer is coming to the Freeland Center for the Performing Arts in Bristow, Saturday, Nov. 18. Dr. Chip Cooper with the Freeland Arts Council said Byron Berline will be in town to entertain the community with world-class bluegrass music. To read more... + continue reading
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By Jennifer Palmer Advocates for students with disabilities, minority students and low-income students were among the stakeholders who weighed in on the state’s plan for education under the Every Student Succeeds Act. Some had recommendations adopted in the final plan, which was... + continue reading

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by J.D. Meisner It's playoff time and Head Coach Brett Jones and his Bristow Pirates are fully aware that it is time to go big, or go home. “The atmosphere is different come playoff... + continue reading

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By OCPA President Jonathan Small A young person goes off to college. His or her parents work hard, save money, cut expenses, do without, and make sacrifices to pay for school so this young... + continue reading

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Serenity Ivy was elected October Student of the Month at Tulsa Public Schools. Serenity is the daughter of Bonnie Ivy, of Sperry; granddaughter of Barbara and Rick McClendon, of Bristow, and Kim... + continue reading