Gas ministry more popular than ever

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FULL HOUSEChester Dennis proves there is no age limit on being competitive. The 80-year-old Duncan resident was first in line at the First Baptist Church’s fourth annual gas buy down Saturday held at a North Broadway convenience store.

Rebuffed suitors don’t take ‘no’ for an answer

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An altercation at The Pub, sent two woman and a man to the hospital and damaged two parked vehicles early Saturday morning.

MFD adds full-time firefighter

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DAMAGEDTo staff the Marlow Fire Department full-time, city administrator, Jason McPherson announced the addition of a fourth position to the department during the city council meeting Tuesday evening.

Bray-Doyle hires new principal

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In front of a standing-room only crowd, the Bray-Doyle School Board unanimously elected James Vines, of Grandfield, as the high school principal at their meeting Monday night. Vines was one of three candidates interviewed during an executive session lasting 1 hour and 46 minutes.

Thursday power outage planned for upgrades

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Power will be out tonight (Thursday) from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. as the City of Marlow cuts power to the downtown circuit to upgrade the electric substation.
During the outage, crews will reroute cable – best accomplished while the line is not energized.