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25 years ago this week

The Pride of Bristow head to Houston for the Bayou Classic Band Festival. They competed against bands from eight states in the invitation only competition.

Bristow Public Schools is in the early planning stages for a proposed $6 million-dollar bond issue.

The Bristow City Council met Monday evening in the council chamber, discussing several agenda items.


The Summit Christian Eagles of Tulsa visited Bristow for a district game with playoff implications.


“He raised up David...concerning whom He also testified and said, ‘I have found David… a man after my heart’” (Acts 13:22). God said that!

Do you ever think there is something about yourself you don’t like and wish it wasn’t there, like maybe your height, weight, hair, math ability or no math ability, etc?

“Look children, there goes the Easter hare!” Those words were most likely spoken by parents in Europe centuries ago, because the hare, not the rabbit was the original symbol of Easter.


Jaylae Brown, a senior at Depew High School, paged for State Rep. Kyle Hibert (R-Bristow) this week at the State Capitol.

A week full of fun outdoor activities, conservation education and camaraderie is in store for up to 35 lucky teens selected to attend the 21st annual Wildlife Youth Camp.


Funeral services for Charles Wallace Knight will be Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 2 p.m. at the Montesoma Indian Baptist Church near Haydonville.

Richard Alan Root passed from this life and into the arms of Jesus Friday, April 5, 2019, with his family by his side.

Richard Duane McLean was born in Scott City, Kansas to Harriet Bertha McLean. He departed this life April 2, 2019, in Claremore,.

Bristow News Record

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