Alcohol tops Commissioners’ agenda

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SAFE ZONEA long agenda combined with much discussion on several items led to a two-plus hour meeting for the Stephens County Commissioners on Monday morning.
A packed commissioner’s room heard from several different people about a variety of topics ranging from grants to insurance to selling alcohol.

Sheriff’s office awarded grant

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Last Thursday, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced the Stephens County Sheriff’s Department was one of the law enforcement agencies to receive a Safe Oklahoma Grant award.

Moved road sign leads to accident

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FAMILY ESCAPESIt took only a few hours for the words of Stephens County District 1 Commissioner David McCarley to ring true.
Tuesday morning, McCarley and his crew spent time putting road closing signs back up in the district that had been moved by people seeking to get by.

Marlow car show planned for Saturday

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CAR SHOWThe second annual Marlow Volunteer Firefighters Association Car & Motorcycle Show will take place at Red Bud Park on Saturday. This year’s all-day event will include a car cruise down Main Street in the evening.

Board sees tough times ahead

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Marlow Public Schools will be preparing for tough times ahead, according to Superintendent George Coffman.
“It will be tough, but we will be all right,” Coffman said at the school board meeting Monday night. “We will survive.”