Oklahoma Tire Recyclers, of Bristow, recently donated 11 tons of rubber mulch to Bristow Public Schools. The rubber mulch will be used to freshen the kindergarten playground and make it safer for the young children at play. If a child were to fall, the impact on the rubber is less than that of with a playground that is covered with wood mulch or pea gravel. Due to rain being in the forecast for the next several days, the mulch is currently sitting in bags, waiting to be spread out on the playground. The amount donated will cover approximately 4 – 7,000 squae feet and if purchased would cost $2,500. It takes anywhere from 1,500 – 1,800 shredded tires to make enough mulch to cover that amount of area.
Thursday, March 12 marked the deadline for the full Senate to vote on bills that started out in this chamber. Keep in mind when the session began, 840 Senate bills and 19 Senate Joint resolutions had been filed. That doesn’t even include the bills that were filed in 2019 that were still available to be heard.
An injury collision occurred Saturday evening, March 14, 2020 around 3 p.m., on SH66 near 337th West Ave, four miles north and three miles east of Bristow.
In an effort to help curb the potential spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Presiding District Judge Kelly Hake approves the following temporary measures affecting the work of the Creek County District Court:
(StatePoint) Americans’ credit card debt totaled $930 billion in the fourth quarter of 2019, a $46 billion increase over the third quarter, according to recent data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. At the same time, the proportion of borrowers whose credit card payments were 90 days late or later increased to the highest percentage recorded in almost eight years.