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Dr. Chip Cooper holds a dwarf goat, that was offered for auction during the Raise your Hand for the Band auction at Bristow High School Saturday. The auction, hosted by local auctioneer, with assistance from Cooper, raised more than $8,600 for the Bristow High School Band Boosters organization.... + continue reading
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By Shirley Todd After 41 years with the Creek County Farm Bureau; four years as a field representative and 37 years as an agent, Dick Allee is ready to retire. Allee said he began working for Farm Bureau right after he graduated from college. He grew up in the Depew area and attended school... + continue reading
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The Bristow Creek Branch of the NAACP held its Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday, April 14. The keynote speaker was Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Lateka Alexander, the first African-American woman to serve with the OHP.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading

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By Shirley Todd The recently-completed Alternative Education Building at Bristow High School is a FEMA approved storm shelter. Bristow Public Schools Superintendent Curtis Shelton said the building will be open for use as a safe haven for the community when severe weather threatens.... + continue reading
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By Shirley Todd   Creek County Sheriff Deputies have been issued Narcan nasal spray. Sheriff Bret Bowling said this spray will reverse the effects on an opioid overdose. “One shot of the nasal spray will bring a person back from an overdose,” he said. “This is a... + 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 news@bristownews.com Sitting down and listening to Bunny Baker speak is like getting a history lesson on Bristow. She has fond memories of growing up south of Bristow on the family farm. Baker said her grandfather, William O. Foster purchased 40 acres south of town on SH... + continue reading
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A delegation of teachers, administrators and students from Bristow took part in the history-making teacher Walkout Monday and were able to get inside the capitol and met with District 12 Senator James Leewright to discuss school funding. Pictured are Bristow High School Principal Brandon Poteet,... + continue reading

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By J. D. Meisner   Since April 5, the 18-5 Bristow Pirate baseball team has gone 4-4, highlighted by a sweep of the Coweta Wood Bat Tournament last weekend. April 12, Bristow vs Sallisaw... + continue reading

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By Shirley Todd   After speaking to a young woman who will graduate from college next month, about any job prospects, she said she is struggling to find a job. We talked about what she is... + continue reading

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CLA Class 25 pictured at the Oklahoma State Capitol during their fourth and final CLA session on April 5. Back row from left, Ryan Sproul, Derek Heaton, Kyle Eastwood, Jason Bradley, Shelton Foster,... + continue reading