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The Marlow Review newspapers stolen
For Marlow subscribers - this week's edition of The Marlow Review was stolen off of the back deck of the Marlow Post Office overnight Wednesday....

Fire on Pecan
A mobile home on the 300 block of Pecan Street in Marlow was destroyed by fire Saturday afternoon. Marlow fire chief Jason Miller said the occupant...

GIVING A HAND: Marlow's Middle School Student Council gathered 268 cake mixes for the upcoming Samaritan Christmas box distribution set for Saturday.  Samaritans baskets distrubution Saturday
The Marlow Samaritan’s annual Christmas Box Distribution will be held Saturday, Dec. 15 at the First Baptist Church Life Center. Located on 4th...

Gov. Fallin declares State of Emergency due to approaching storms
Governor Mary Fallin today declared a state of emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to severe winter weather predicted for the state. Winter...

Some contested races in local elections
A few local school board seats will be contested as the filing period ended Wednesday. Of nine school districts, there are three contested races...

Woman charged with stealing money from local church
A Marlow woman is accused of grand larceny after a church became suspicious of possible missing money. Tamara Renee Daniels, 26, of Marlow, is...

THINKING OF OTHERS: Kara Poplin stands with the walker she purchased for her Uncle Ronnie Shipman at the Santa Shop, a PTO fundraiser, after telling her aunt she wanted to spend her money on him, not herself. Central High student shows Christmas spirit
One Central High kindergartner gave up a chance to get her pick of toys when she decided it was indeed better to give than to receive. Kara...

Day 2 School Board filings
Here are the candidates who filed today, December 4, 2018: Velma-Alma Schools - Chance Jenkins Central High Schools - Laurie Bethune At this...

Day 1 school board filings
Here is a list of candidates who filed for school board offices today. Bray-Doyle Schools - Brian Bearce Duncan Schools - Demetra Cox Marlow...

Judy Keller, long-time leader of The Marlow Review, to retire;...
Judy Keller, the dynamic and successful Publisher and General Manager of The Marlow Review announced plans this week to retire at the end of the...

'Operation Santa' replaces Toy Store
For the past several years, the First Baptist Church of Marlow had hosted its “Toy Store,” a ministry to local families who may not have been able...

City tables measure to evaluate AMR
The City of Marlow tabled a measure to join other entities to pay for the evaluation of ambulance services in Stephens County at its meeting...

Christimas parade to be held Dec. 1
Marlow's annual Christmas Parade has been scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 1, at 10 a.m. The parade will travel down Main Street to First Street. The...

SURPRISED AND HONORED: Marlow senior Lily Smith holds the “Difference Maker Award” she received at the Oklahoma Association of Student Councils State Convention, which was held in Bixby the first weekend in November. Smith receives "Difference Maker Award"
By Todd Brooks The Marlow Review Lily Smith is a difference maker, whether she seems to realize it or not. The Marlow Student Council president...

Fall Classic calls the hogs
The largest annual event of the year in Stephens County and the event with the biggest economic impact begins Thursday and continues through the...

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