It’s almost officially summertime and it is already heating up. Oklahomans will try to beat the heat by cranking up their AC and doing anything they can to keep cool.
Residents in Bristow will see a small change in their water bills starting in July when a three-percent rate increase, approved by the council this week goes into effect. In
Representatives with Public Service of Oklahoma met with Bristow Schools Superintendent Curtis Shelton and Transportation Director Mike Hallman on Friday about the Wind Catcher Energy Connection Project. Tracy Harper,customer service
Primary election is Tuesday, June 26. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., for voters to make a choice on who will represent their party in
Republican Ballot - Creek County