Rezoning measure tabled until February

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Many of the people in attendance at the Marlow City Council meeting seemed to leave mildly disappointed when the agenda item they were there for was tabled Tuesday night.

Planning and zoning commission rejects Family Dollar proposal

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PROPOSALTuesday, the Marlow Planning and Zoning Commission was approached with a request to change a residential zoning lot to commercial for the purpose of building a new Family Dollar store closer to downtown.

City honors Terry Brown

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RE-NAMEDForty years to the day after becoming the first native Oklahoman to score a touchdown in the Super Bowl, Marlow resident Terry Brown was honored by the city he loves so dearly.

B-D voters to decide on new high school

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Built in 1938 the Bray-Doyle High School building would be well past retirement age if it was a person. Bray-Doyle administrators would like nothing more than to give it a gold watch and a retirement party.

Sparks bids farewell to commission

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FAREWELLMonday’s Stephens County Commissioners meeting marked the final one for District 1 commissioner Darrell Sparks.
Sparks, who had served on the commission for 12 years, was defeated in the November election by David McCarley, who now takes over the seat. District 1 covers the Marlow, Bray, and Central High areas.