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Katherine Farrow | The Marlow Review Bus crash north of Marlow, no serious injuries
A transport bus crash at approximately 6:45 p.m. Saturday evening just north of Marlow continues to impede traffic flow. Exercise caution when...

James Earl Richard Smith Atoka Correctional Center searching for Stephens County escapee
UPDATE: Inmate has been found, in custody, will be moved to a maximum security facility. An inmate, identified as James E. Smith, walked away...

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The Marlow Review is happy to announce the hiring of its new Editor, Elizabeth Pitts-Hibbard. Pitts-Hibbard comes to the paper from Duncan, where she lives with her husband Brian Hibbard, daughter Harper Pitts, and dogs Weenie and Olive. Marlow Review hires new Editor
The Marlow Review is excited to announce the hiring of its new Editor, Elizabeth Pitts-Hibbard. Pitts-Hibbard, who will officially join The Review...

NEAR-PERFECT DAY: Sisters Emma and Avery Throckmorton received several high honors during the opening day of the Stephens County Junior Livestock Show on Tuesday. Pictured with Emma’s grand champion gilt are: (from left) Wes Phillips, Nicole Throckmorton, Avery Throckmorton, Brady Throckmorton, Emma Throckmorton and swine judge Rex Smith. Livestock Show under way
Emma and Avery Throckmorton could not have asked for a better Stephens County Jr. Livestock Show. The young sisters dominated the top prizes as the...

CHS staff receives special training
The student really did become the teacher. Todd Nunley graduated from Central High a few decades ago. Monday, the former student returned as an...

SENDOFF: Marlow Elementary School students wished the high school wrestling team good luck before they boarded the buses to head to Dual State last Friday. The team would go on to finish as state runner-up. The Outlaws are hosting the Class 3A West Regional this Friday and Saturday. Teams descend on Marlow
Andy Howington is sitting in his office looking at a computer screen and doing research. The Marlow wrestling coach, the team, the booster club,...

Ligon stepping aside at FBC
Joe Ligon, the senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Marlow, has announced he is stepping down as pastor of the church to take on a leadership...

Hunter DeVoe Boy Scout honors memory of John Hruby
Former Marlow Review owner John Hruby was known for his heavy involvement in local Boy Scouts. His legacy will live on at Camp Waluhi’yi, a youth...

ALL SMILES: Recil Troxel is excited to be getting mail from all over the world after his story about wanting to receive mail went viral on social media. You've got mail: WWII veteran gets his wish in a big way
Marlow native and WWII Veteran Recil Troxel was on a joke-telling, yarn-spinning roll Tuesday, according to his daughter Liz Anderson. “He told...

Wrestling Royalty
QUEEN CROWNED: Marlow wrestlers Tyler Lavey and Cheyenne Davis were named the Marlow wrestling crowning captain and queen between the junior high...

Safe Center Executive Director Cora Thomas Safe Center expanding services
Cora Thomas proudly takes a visitor around on a tour of The Safe Center’s new home pointing out different rooms and their purpose. “This room is...

New indoor baseball facility completed
Piece by piece the Marlow baseball team’s new indoor facility came together. The process started some time ago, superintendent George Coffman...

Retirement and welcome
Dozens of people attended the come and go farewell and welcome of Judy Keller and Katherine Farrow at The Marlow Review, Friday morning.

Commissioners praise fairgrounds manager
Stephens County Commissioners extended the offer of employment of fairgrounds manager Matt Byerly following an executive session Monday. Byerly...

RETIREMENT PARTY: The Marlow Review will be hosting a party for outgoing publisher Judy Keller and a community meet-and-greet with new publisher Katherine Farrow from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. The public is invited. Saying goodbye...and hello
A conversation between two publishers Judy Keller, retiring publisher of The Marlow Review and Katherine Farrow, who officially takes over for...