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He’s known only as Tarrare. He was the hungriest man who ever lived.

K-5 Breakfast

In 2016, Bristow Middle School Principal Brian Burden began a mentoring program called Lunch Buddies to connect students with individuals from the community who can serve as positive role models.

Sports

The Depew Lady Hornets are 1-1 after losing their season opener at home, then rebounding and stealing a win on the road against Drumright.In their first game of the season, the Lady Hornets neve

vs Kellyville 54-45 win

Lady Pirate Basketball

Commentary

It’s Christmas! It’s the happiest time of the year, well it should be. It seems instead of people being joyous during the Christmas season, many are stressed.

Let me just say, merry Christmas

And so it begins… the Christmas season.

Yes… I said it… the “C” word – and I’m not afraid of saying it again… Christmas, Christmas, Christmas.

 

Lifestyle

“Dr. William H. Mitchell DVM or "Dr. Bill", veterinarian and Board member for The Right Path, was awarded 2018 International Veterinarian of the Year through PATH Int’l.

Bristow Holiness

Country Breafast

Oklahoma’s 16-day deer gun season will run Nov. 17 through Dec. 2.

Obituaries

Sherry Sue Hape was born Aug. 16, 1950, to Wells Lincoln and Melba Rose Bennett in Tucson, Arizona. She departed this life Nov. 23, 2018, at the age of 68 years, three months and seven days.

Luann Jones Branch died of colon cancer at her home in Drumright on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018. A memorial service was held Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the First United Methodist Church in Drumright.

Penny Elaine Matlock was born May 23, 1949, to Joseph G. and Lilly Ruth Dodson in Munich, Germany. She departed this life Nov.

Bristow News Record

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