Marlow schools see influx of students

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The Marlow School Board hammered out a lengthy agenda Monday evening. Their work resulted in hirings, over $850,000 in bill payments and other assorted school business.

Marlow firefighters to honor 9/11 comrades

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TRAININGWhile people were relaxing on Labor Day, three Marlow firefighters were climbing stairs – lots of stairs.
On Monday, firefighters Jeff Prater, Michael Pope, and Jake Rupe were at the Marlow Middle School gym walking stairs in full gear to prepare for Saturday’s Memorial Stair Climb in Oklahoma City.

Council discusses light at ‘Y’

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The Marlow City Council discussed the possible installation of a traffic light at the Lawton-Duncan “Y” during their meeting Monday.
According to councilors, feedback has been evenly split and they are unsure if they want to be the ones to vote on the matter.

Saturday’s CAVE drive successful

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LINED UPThe organizer of the first Community Against Violent Expressions (CAVE) last year had almost decided not to hold the event this year. That was before she started getting phone calls from people asking when the next one was going to be.

Ousley Education Center dedicated & opened

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CENTER OPENEDMarlow’s newest elementary school is ready for business after dozens of residents, students, school staff, and local officials cut the ribbon at the Ousley Early Childhood Learning Center last Thursday.