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.

New ambulance and crew arrive in Marlow

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NEW AMBULANCEMarlow’s newest first responders are driving its newest ambulance.
Last Thursday morning, American Medical Response (AMR) ambulance service in Marlow replaced one of its high mileage ambulances with a brand new one.

No increase in city rates expected

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Oklahoma Gas and Electric (OG&E) customers are reportedly looking at a rate increase, but Marlow and other Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA) members should not be expecting one, according to Marlow city administrator Jason McPherson.

Teachers, supporters rally at capitol for more funding

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More than 7,000 educators, parents, and students were at the State Capitol seeking a financial boost for public schools on Monday.

Voters to decide on sales tax renewal

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Marlow city officials are hoping residents will approve the renewal of a one-cent sales tax when the current one is scheduled to go off the books in 2017.
Tuesday at its monthly meeting, council members unanimously voted to take the measure to the people to renew the tax used for capital improvements.