Monday, November 20, 2017
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Wendell Neal, a storm tracker with Tulsa's Channel 6, explains to students Haley Ruiz and Makaylie Guynn what its like to be a storm chaser during Bristow Schools' mobile career day at the high school parking lot on Wednesday.   To read more please log in or subscribe... + continue reading
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By Shirley Todd It’s time for the Christmas tram to leave the station take its passengers on a magical ride for a look behind the scenes of Santa’s workshop. “Christmas Unwrapped is a magical adventure that will be enjoyed by kids of all ages,” said Bristow Area... + continue reading
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Oklahoma Music Educators Association's High School All-State Choirs have been selected. Four Bristow High School students have been selected for the all-state choirs this year. Shelby Baker, a three-time all-state choir member, Emma Grant, Chapman Shields and Patrick Lupp. Junior Austin... + continue reading

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11/14/2017
by J. D. Meisner The Bristow City Council, in a special meeting held last Thursday, Nov. 9, tabled a measure to form a three-man committee to interview possible applicants to fill a vacant council seat in Ward Two. That seat was vacated on Sept. 5, when longtime councilman Leon Smith... + continue reading
11/14/2017
by Shirley Todd Oklahoma’s State Department of Education has changed its testing standards to be more in line with national standards. According to State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister, this is because approximately 39 percent of Oklahoma college students have to take remedial, zero-... + continue reading

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From left, Brendon Sweeten, Jacqueline Gambill, Daniel Spoon   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Bristow%20NewsID383/ + continue reading
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Bolin Ford’s Melanie Killian hands Bristow Schools’ Brandon Poteet a check for $5,320, which is the amount raised during the dealership’s Ford Drive 4UR your School test drive event. Killian said the delearship gave 266 test drives during the recent promotion. Pictured are, from... + continue reading
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With the high school basketball season right around the corner, Bristow Lady Pirate point guard Mollee Mason, front row, fourth from left, #21, has been named by Vype Magazine as one of the top high school basketball players in the northern Oklahoma area and is in the running to be named one of the... + continue reading

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By J.D. Meisner The Bristow Pirates will travel 200 miles Friday to face the Idabel Warriors in round two of the OSSAA Class 3A football playoffs. The Warriors are 7-4 overall, and hold a... + continue reading

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By Bunny Baker  It was a dark night in the country. My husband and I were in bed, sound asleep, when I was awakened by the sound of chickens marking a terrible noise in the chicken house. I... + continue reading

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Serenity Ivy was elected October Student of the Month at Tulsa Public Schools. Serenity is the daughter of Bonnie Ivy, of Sperry; granddaughter of Barbara and Rick McClendon, of Bristow, and Kim... + continue reading