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Hideout resurfacing approved by council
During its regular meeting, the Marlow city council approved a bid to put the chips down. Wood chips, that is. Of four bids submitted, the council chose a bid of...
Ortega appointed to school board
Two weeks after one board member stepped down, the Marlow board of education appointed a replacement. Travis Ortega, 36, was chosen after the remaining board member...
Chamber seeking nominations for board members
The Marlow Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations from the members for four individuals to serve on the Chamber board of directors during the 2008 through 2010 term. ...
Central High balances bicycle issue
It is not something you would think would happen at a rural school. But the Central High board of education began preliminary discussion of the issue of having students...
School ready to move forward on property
The Marlow board of education approved the final property purchase for the area north of the elementary school campus at its regular meeting on Oct. 8. The purchase...
Sgt Robert Jolley looks over fraudulent checks turned in to the Mrlow Piloce Dept. Marlow residents victimized by worldwide scams
Fraudulent activity is nothing new. Criminals have developed new ways to defraud people of goods and money for years. But, it seems that scams...

Students expelled for vandalism at school
Two fifth-grade students were expelled from classes after admitting to vandalizing rooms, equipment and supplies at the elementary school. The incident took place on Sept....
Chamber announces plans to spread Christmas cheer
Chamber announces plans to spread Christmas cheer So you think you have the holiday spirit?   Then prove it!   The Chamber of Commerce has announced a Christmas Decorating...
Clint McCarter dies in auto accident
Former Marlow teacher and coach, Clint McCarter, was killed in a two-car accident in Las Vegas, Nev. early Sunday morning. McCarter, 37, is the son of State Rep. Ray and...
FCA Contest takes the field
Through a statewide effort to raise funds for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, one lucky Marlow football fan may win a trip to the Big 12 football championship in San...
Railroad crossings get go-ahead from split council
By 2009, Marlow residents will no longer cross the railroad tracks at Comanche and Cherokee Streets. By a slim, 3-2, margin, the Marlow city council adopted a resolution...
Fall fire dangers present
Although the sky finally opened up on Tuesday morning, the threat of a dangerous fire season is still present. According to the Marlow Fire Department, weather conditions...
Marlow looks to Public Power Week
The City of Marlow is celebrating Public Power Week, Oct. 7-13, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned electric utilities that collectively provide...
Head Lice Now that’s one ugly bug
It may seem redundant. An ugly bug contest would be a hard competition to judge. Not for a seasoned pro like Lynn Harmeyer. “There is such thing as...

EBI/Biomet plant to close by March
Biomet company officials greeted employees of the EBI Sports Medicine plant on Oct. 3 to solidify the news of the plant’s closure early next year. The news came as...