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Harlem Ambassadors Jazz and the Ambassadors are coming to Marlow
On the basketball court, seven year veteran Ketrick “Juggling Jazz” Copeland leads his Harlem Ambassadors teammates on the floor, effortlessly...

Alcohol sales to minor focus of police, district attorney
Stephens County District Attorney Bret Burns and the Marlow Police Department are turning their focus to the issue of underage drinking. “This is a growing problem in...
Drug raids continue through Stephens County
Several people in Stephens County were awakened early Friday morning with many landing in jail after a raid of five houses turned up a major source of illegal drugs in this...
Chesapeake oil rig Drilling operations to continue in area into 2008
For some the time has flown by, for others time seems to be standing still. For Chesapeake, time marches on, as the Oklahoma-based energy company...

School calendar in question as legislative session looms
In past years, the board of education would approve the school calendar for the upcoming year and move on. Monday night, the Marlow board approved the school calendar for...
Bull Bash successful by all accounts
Judging from the crowd in attendance, the ninth annual Bull Bash, sponsored by the Marlow Lions Club, did what it was meant to do. “We had an outstanding crowd,” said club...
Police officers rummage through what's left of a hole in a house at 209 N. Second St. left by a pickup ramming through the wall of the house last Thursday. Pickup plays pinball, leaving destruction in wake
As Lt. Robert Jolley worked an accident near Hop & Sack in Marlow, he heard a loud noise about a block away. That noise would lead several...

Christmas sales figures good in Marlow
With the hustle and bustle of the Christmas shopping season past, area businesses reflected on a busy sales season. “We stayed busy,” said Kay Newberry, owner of Kay’s...
Bull Bash kicks off New Year for Lions
What has become an annual New Year tradition, the Marlow Lions Club Bull Bash returns for a ninth year to the Stephens County Fairgrounds. In what starts the bull-riding...
Honorary Fire Marshall Brittany Carter and family with Judd Sheppard. Carter honored for her heroic deeds
On a cool, rainy day in late November, Brittany Carter and her two brothers, Cameron and Cadon, had just got off the bus at their house east of...

Ag students make sure Christmas stays bright
The lights stayed on the Christmas season, thanks to two agriculture classes at Bray-Doyle High School. “There used to be four of us,” said Carol Maxwell of the Bray Town...
Oklahoma Newspapers Launch Public Notice Web Site
If Oklahomans want to search notices published in Oklahoma newspapers, the information is just a click away. For the past year, Oklahoma newspapers and the Oklahoma Press...
Christmas contest yields good show
Marlow has been aglow with several light displays brightening the holidays for residents and visitors alike this Christmas season. The winners were announced this week...
City to begin using armory soon
Although it took all of 14 minutes to complete, the regular meeting of the Marlow city council was productive. The council covered a couple of items that covered...
AT&T provides grant to new learning center
Although the new learning center at Duncan Regional Hospital opened on Oct. 22, the board of directors was happy to accept a $44,426 grant from AT&T of Oklahoma on...
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