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News

The school board meeting recognized the boys track team, hired new school employees and shared good reports from all school sites.

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, falls among persons aged 65 and older are a growing public health problem both nationally and in Oklahoma.

Mailbox improvement week arrives just in time for spring cleaning.The mailbox improvement week will be held May 19-25.

Sports

Bristow Purple Pirates Baseball team

The Bristow Pirates capped off a comeback victory to defeat the Inola Longhorns last Friday afternoon at Inola High School.

Commentary

The couple pledged a large sum for an impoverished community. They first had to sell their property. The big day arrived. Those who’d pledged arrived, ready to give.

The school bus was unusually loud as the children prepared to be driven home. The noise came from two boys near the back of the bus who seemed to want the same seat.

Vivian Lee Johnson, a 13-year-old, graduated from Bristow High School in 1936.

Lifestyle

Loving pets want to be right by their owners' sides as much as possible. As a result, a boisterous puppy may follow underfoot while a cute kitty will snuggle on the sofa with its owner.

Obituaries

On May 2, 2019, Brenda Gail Anderson Minney Rudd departed this life in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the age of 72.

A gathering of family andfriends was held on Thursday, May 2, 2019, from 2 to 8 p.m. at Michael’s Funeral Home–Bristow for Depew resident Arthur Thomas.

Ralph Stewart Moore was born March 24, 1958 to Charles and Birdie Moore, and passed from this life on April 16, 2019.

Bristow News Record

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