The following individuals were listed on the Creek County Sheriff’s intake log. Charges may have been reduced or dropped since press time. Subjects are innocent until proven guilty.
Rachel Ray is a physician working in Sand Springs and is starting a health clinic in Sapulpa for those without health insurance.
By Regan Vann Staff Writer
Candice Hart, a behavioral health rehab specialist, will be facilitating a new faith-based open recovery group, sponsored by the Bristow Seventh-day Adventist Church; Celebrating Life in Recovery:
Bristow football’s annual summer program, Summer Pride, began on June 10 and will run through Aug. 8. Head Football Coach Brett Jones believes Summer Pride is beneficial to the players.
By Regan Vann
Over Memorial Day weekend, the Quicksilver Legends, with Bristow High School teacher Frank Swaim, traveled to Columbus, Ohio, to play in the USAV National Volleyball Tournament and won the Gold Med
The Muscogee Creek Nation is sponsoring its 9th annual Spirit of Oklahoma Football Camp. This year, they have planned five (5) one-day camps at five (5) different locations.
The family traveled to New York City. Downtown, on the steps of the U.S. Treasury House, is a statue of George Washington.
By Ken Murrell Depew Church of Christ
By Elsie George
Back in the day
By Bunny Barker
By Tina O’neal Photos
Loving pets want to be right by their owners' sides as much as possible. As a result, a boisterous puppy may follow underfoot while a cute kitty will snuggle on the sofa with its owner.
Kayleah JoyAnn Bell, 19, of Sapulpa, stepped into heaven on Wednesday morning June 19, 2019, at 7:15 a.m. in a tragic auto accident on her way to work in Stillwater.
Rickey Don Gillis was born Dec. 20, 1952, to Charles Edward and Alma Virginia Gillis in Bristow. He departed this life June 20, 2019, at the age of 66 years and six months.
Richard Kevin Kaniatobe was born July 11, 1968, in Claremore, to Marion Kaniatobe. He departed this life June 20, 2019, at the age of 50 year, 11 months and nine days.