Society

Safe Center Walk Postponed
Safe Center’s Annual Sexual Assault Awareness Walk was originally scheduled for April 30 but due to bad weather, had to be postponed. The new date...

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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...

Sigma 'Nu' Year Bull Bash coming soon
Members of the Sigma Nu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a philanthropic organization, are partnering with Duncan Regional Hospital for the third...

BACK IN MARLOW: Eric Hennan is pictured along with his fiancée Sherah Davis and their children Ainsleigh, Hayden, Brisco, Lauren and Finley. Hennan finds way back to Marlow
It took more than 30 years, but Eric Hennan finally found his way back home. The 1985 Marlow High School graduate left town after graduation and...

'How to Cook a Turkey'
CONTEST WINNER: Dirk Couch, a fifth-grader at Marlow Elementary School, was voted the winner of The Marlow Review’s “How to Cook a Turkey Contest.”...

HIGH SCHOOL WINNERS: DAEDF President Lyle Roggow presents checks to High School Overall Competition winners: Gavin Banks of RRTC (Marlow) and Roland Cook of Duncan.  DAEDF holds Youth Engineering Contest
The Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation (DAEDF) hosted this year's Duncan Area Youth Engineering Contest for 7-12th grade students in the...

CHRISTMAS BOXES: On Monday, Nov. 26, the Marlow Samaritans will begin taking applications for their annual food distribution held in December. Shown above, Terrie Keck, of the Marlow Association of Classroom Teachers, is delivering 275 boxes of cornbread mix to the Marlow pantry. The mixes will be added to the boxes that will be handed out on Dec. 15th. Marlow Samaritans begin taking applications for Christmas boxes
The Marlow Samaritans, a United Way Agency, will begin taking applications for their annual Christmas food boxes beginning the week after...


Methodist women to host fall luncheon
Marlow United Methodist Women (UMW) will hold their 32nd annual Fall Luncheon and Food Fest on Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. They will...


CONTESTANTS: Vying for the title of Miss Northern Oklahoma College Enid 2019 are (l-r) Alexis Large, Rush Springs; Brianna Crosswhite, Enid; Shaelee Sissom, Kremlin; and Johnetta Washington, Enid. The dual Miss NOC Enid-Miss NOC Tonkawa Scholarship Competition is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25 in the Kinzer Performing Arts Center at NOC Tonkawa. Large competing for Miss NOC Enid
Alexis Large, Rush Springs, is one of four candidates vying for the title of Miss NOC Enid at the annual dual Miss Northern Oklahoma College...

TOP EARNER: Central High FFA's Gracie Harris 2017 High Meat salesperson receiving her award from FFA advisor RJ Curry at last year’s Central High FFA Labor Auction Central High FFA to host labor auction
The National Gold Emblem Central High FFA Chapter invites everyone to attend and enjoy the fellowship and good times that are traditionally held at...

CHECK PRESENTATION: School and local officials celebrate receiving a $20,000 check from Midship Pipeline. Pictured: (front row, from left) Sylvia Loveday, Program Director; Laure Ferrell, Midship Pipeline Company; Kaitlyn Snider, Pre-engineering instructor; (back row) Sam Porter, School Board Member; Gretchen Taylor, Pre-engineering instructor; State Rep. Brad Boles; and Brook Holding, Deputy Superintendent, Red River Technology Center RRTC receives $20,000 STEM donation
Midship Pipeline Company announced Monday plans to donate $20,000 to Red River Technology Center and its STEM education programs. The gift will...

Patio Garden Club members learn about water gardens
Eager to begin a new calendar year, members of Marlow Patio Garden Club were excited to gather for their scheduled Sept. 13 meeting. Because the...

A taste for food science
Like many students before her, Courtney Elroy was unsure about the path she wanted to take when she arrived in Stillwater to attend Oklahoma State...