Thursday, May 18, 2017
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Second graders burst through the doors at Edison Elementary Thursday, ready for summer and third grade. Thursday, was the last day of school for Bristow Public Schools students.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Bristow%... + continue reading
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The back room of this house, at East Third and Chestnut, owned by Larry and Glenna Funk, caught fire Wednesday afternoon. Bristow Fire Chief David McSpadden said the fire may have been deliberately set. The home has been vacant for more than a year with the exception of the Funk’ s household... + continue reading
Thursday, May 18, 2017
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The Tulsa 7 Conference traveling trophy will make its home at Bristow High School for the next school year. This is the seventh year for the traveling trophy and the first year Bristow has won it. Points are given to the teams within the conference for sports and academic performance, excluding... + continue reading

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05/18/2017
By Shirley Todd As advertised, the new Alternative Education Building at Bristow High School is also a FEMA approved storm shelter and it's open for business. Bristow Public Schools Superintendent Curtis Shelton said the building is now ready for use as a safe haven for the community... + continue reading
05/18/2017
By Shirley Todd The Oklahoma House of Representatives voted down House Bill 2414 Tuesday evening by a vote of 51 - 46. Since 1992, when State Question 640 was passed, the Oklahoma Constitution requires a super-majority vote to make tax increases, which, in this case, would have been 76... + continue reading

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Fourth grader Davion Burton broke a 36 year old 100-yard dash record Wednesday during Collins’ Little Olympics at Hafer Field. Burton ran the 100-sprint in 13.33 seconds, just four tenths of a second faster than Calvin Foster’s record-setting time of 13.73, which was established in 1981... + continue reading
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By Shirley Todd A local man has given back to help students get involved with Future Farmers of America. Joe Howard, Bristow, said he began helping young people get their show pigs after his daughter, Libbi Bishop, graduated from high school. “Libbi began showing pigs around the... + continue reading
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A family of urban geese strolls the shores of Lake Massena Wednesday. Experts warn residents to keep their distance and to not feed the geese.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Bristow%20NewsID383/ + continue reading

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The Tulsa 7 Conference traveling trophy will make its home at Bristow High School for the next school year. This is the seventh year for the traveling trophy and the first year Bristow has won it.... + continue reading

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By J. D. Meisner I have never been asked to deliver a commencement address... probably for a good reason. The graduation of my youngest daughter this past week got me wondering, what would I... + continue reading

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The TRRFCC Pirates for the month of May at Bristow Middle School are, from left, sixth graders, Divinety Johnson and Alex Armer; seventh graders, Dustie Barnes and Jonas Vanarsdale and eighth graders... + continue reading