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by J. D. Meisner jd.meisner@bristownews.com In 1958, Tom Whitehouse was an eight-yearold boy in Newby, Oklahoma. He remembers the 10-mile ride on Mr. Day’s school bus where he was dropped of at the steps of Washington Elementary, in Bristow. He recalls making his way through the halls to... + continue reading
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by Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com One can’t learn about the history of Bristow without also learning about its Lebanese history. Around statehood, several men from Lebanon got off the train in Bristow and decided to make it their home. The Bristow Historical Society and Museum is... + continue reading
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04/24/2018
by Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com On April 17, Governor Mary Fallin signed House Bill 1124, which will prohibit sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet and loitering within 1,000 feet of their victim’s homes. Named the “Justice for Danyelle Act of 2018,” HB1124 will... + continue reading
04/24/2018
“Day camp is alive and well,” said Vicki] Groom, long time organizer of Bristow’s summer tradition. The camp will be held June 11 through June 29, Monday through Friday, at the VFW Hall located in Klingesmith Park on the corner of Country Club Drive and Veterans Memorial Drive... + continue reading

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By Shirley Todd Work on the plans for a new Masonic Lodge began in 1916, and it was to be a gift from lodge brother Bernard Jones, one of the founders of Bermont Oil Company, who oversaw the hiring of architect, Joseph W. Morris, along with the design and construction of the new lodge.... + continue reading
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Dozens of teachers, walking from Tulsa to the state capitol in Oklahoma City, spent the night last Thursday in Bristow. Despite temperatures in the 40s and torrential rain, they continued their walk, hoping to reach the capitol building this week where they plan to join thousands of other Oklahoma... + continue reading
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By Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com Bristow Public Schools has selected teachers of the year from each site. Brandy Morris Teacher of the year from Bristow High School is Brandy Morris. Morris has been teaching for 16 years, with six of those years in Bristow teaching senior English... + continue reading

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By Shirley Todd It’s time to trim the fat in Oklahoma. No, I’m not talking about the fat some may want to trim on their bodies before summer to be swimsuit ready, mainly me. I’m... + continue reading

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by Shirley Todd news@bristownews.com On Monday, April 16, the Creek County Commission, after holding a public hearing, voted to permanently close a portion of South 353rd West Avenue, just north... + continue reading