Due to the coronavirus and social distancing still in effect, the Bristow Public Schools held a virtual scholarship awards assembly on May 15. Scholarships from various places were given to high school students. Even though the awards were not personally presented to each student, the virtual presentations were very nice and informative. The students receiving the awards are very appreciative and it only shows that their hard work during high school, paid off.
When a coronavirus vaccine becomes available in the United States, the federal government and states will face a crucial choice: Should all or most residents be required to get the novel coronavirus vaccine?
A Shout Out to the Bristow Police Department for working deligently to help protect the community during this pandemic. From left, Chief Wayne Williams, Brandie Cagle, BPD dispatcher, Officer Tommy Mason, Officer Danny Gann, Assistant Chief Kendra Raney and Thomas McKinzie, animal control officer. courtesy photo
High winds blew through Bristow last week lifting the roof off the War Paint Tatoo Shop, setting the roof down on top of a pick up truck. Angie Gentry photo
Dava Stryke has been the Computer Paraprofessional at Collins Elementary for 12 years. In addition to being the technology go-to person, she efficiently organizes the candy sales each year and is always willing to help in other areas when needed. Dava says the favorite part of her job is working with kids and her wonderful co-workers. Her co-workers describe her as positive, humble, caring and flexible. She is married and has two grown children who both attended Bristow schools. When she’s not at work, Dava can mostly likely be found reading a book.