Longhorns, loans and the luck o’ the Irish

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A WINNING TEAMThe new face at Marlow’s First National Bank belongs to loan officer Kevin Kelly, who came aboard last December.
The Nebraska native is also a rancher who raises Texas Longhorns on an 80-acre spread on the south side of Caddo just west of Ninth Street here in Marlow.

Talent and an awesome right arm

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Gigi WallFrom the moment she walks onto the softball field, the athlete with the 14 on her jersey means business.
And when she steps onto the mound—even before hurling the first pitch of the game at 65 miles an hour—she is capable of inspiring, not only her teammates, but Lady Outlaws fastpitch softball fans, as well.

Consignment Bazaar slated for early April

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Hannah and Maddie LinskyChris and Deonna Linsky of Marlow established an organization in 2008 and called it “Hannah’s Hearts” after their third daughter, Hannah, was born with transposition of the great arteries, a congenital heart defect, or CHD.
Since then, Hannah’s Hearts has assisted many other children and families struggling with CHD’s and other life-threatening illnesses.

Restoring hope through music

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Rachel FolmarLong before 18-year-old Rachel Folmar entered her last year of high school, she decided what she wanted to do with her life. She would go to college and earn the necessary credentials to become a therapist.

Chisholm Trail Heritage Center: ‘Making History with the Arts’ slated

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Mikayla Riddles as Te AtaIn 2013, there were 6,875 students, along with their teachers and parents, who participated in the “Making History with the Arts” program at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center.