Marlow Farmers Market coming soon

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GETTING READYLocal farmers and gardeners will have a chance to sell their wares when the Marlow Farmers Market opens Saturday, June 6.
The market will continue every Saturday through August and will be open from 8 a.m. to noon.

Sales tax has a productive past

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In 1995, the importance of a new sales tax was not to be taken lightly.
Sewer issues were forcing the city to take action.
According to city records, problems with the east sewer lagoon were prompting possible fines for the city.

City eyes 2016 budget savings

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The City of Marlow swore in three council members at a special meeting on Monday before going into a budget session.
Mayor Brad Boles and councilman Joe Graham, who ran unopposed in the last election, were sworn in, and Jeff Prater was sworn in to begin his term after unseating Dan Ross in February.

Marlow Chamber honors businesses, individuals

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The Marlow Chamber of Commerce celebrated a great year of success at its annual banquet at the First Baptist Church LIFE Center on Monday night.
Four awards were presented to Marlow Public Schools, Marlow Mercantile, The Marlow Review, and Brad Boles.

Three nominated for Teacher of the Year

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One high school and two elementary school teachers are up for Teacher of the Year honors in Marlow Public Schools. Following are short biographical sketches of each of the nominees. The winner will be announced Thursday, May 21.