Congressman pays visit to Marlow

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Marlow was the stopping place of a whirlwind tour by Congressman Tom Cole (OK-4) last Wednesday.
The congressman, on recess from Washington D.C., spent a couple of hours in the city by first speaking to the Lions Club and stopping by The Marlow Review office.

CAVE bash deemed a success

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FOR A GOOD CAUSEThe third annual Citizens Against Violent Expressions (CAVE) Bash may not have been as well attended as organizer Ann Sanchez would have liked, but it was still a success.
“It went great,” Sanchez said. “I’d like to have more community involvement, but we were fighting the Fiesta in Duncan, and the Blue-White scrimmage in Marlow.”

Stephens County Free Fair ready to roll

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GETTING READYMax Gallaway was able to take a breath Tuesday afternoon.
“It’s the calm before the storm,” the Stephens County Extension Educator said.
Gallaway and the rest of the extension office, along with the fair board, have been working hard preparing for the Stephens County Free Fair.

Sheriff’s department recognized by state agency

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AWARDEDThe Department of Mental Health honored the Stephens County Sheriffs’ Department in their handling of a case last July.
The award was in relation to a standoff between deputies and a woman with a gun at the Ray of Hope Church south of Duncan on July 1.

Fundraiser to benefit Wounded Warriors

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READY TO FLYFun, flying, food, and fundraising will all be part of the Chisholm Trail Radio Control (RC) Squadron fundraiser this Saturday.
The 2015 National Model Aviation Day fundraiser will benefit the Wounded Warriors Project and will be held at the group’s airfield just south of Duncan Lake on Duncan Lake Road.