Farewell to syntax, Shakespeare and scholars

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PASSING THE TORCHFor years, Sharon Bullard has toyed with the idea of writing the next great American novel.
She first envisioned this grand undertaking as a young woman on the threshold of a rewarding career; but with the arrival of the first of her five children, she placed that dream on the back burner and concentrated instead on two of the things she loved most—teaching and motherhood.

A beautiful day for a celebration!

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ENRICHING LIVESDuring the summer of 2013, Stephens County attracted national attention because of a number of crimes of violence occurring here. The common thread running through this fabric of violence was the fact that the felons were local youths.

Miss Marlow pageant deemed success

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Melissa Valencia was named Miss Marlow, and Madison Baker was named Miss Teen Marlow last Saturday at the Miss Marlow pageant.

Ten young hopefuls seek Miss Marlow titles

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For the first time in approximately 25 years, a Miss Marlow will be crowned this Saturday.
On May 2, five young women will be competing for the title of Miss Marlow 2015 during a pageant scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the Marlow High School auditorium.

Local teen awarded OHA grant

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TUITION PAIDFifteen-year-old Matthew Todd Brooks, Jr., is one of five high school students from Stephens County, and the only one from the Marlow area, who were recently selected by the Oklahoma Heritage Association to receive grants or scholarships to state colleges and universities.