Society

DCB to host Braille class
The Duncan Council of the Blind (DCB) will be meeting Dec.16th at New Hope Baptist Church, 200 South 42nd St., Duncan. The meeting will be held in the parlor in the...
Bristin Smith MMS students win awards
In October, VFW held an essay contest called the Patriot’ s Pen Essay Competition with the topic of “America’s gift to my generation.”   Out of...


Pets can sit with Santa Saturday
The Stephens County Humane Society will hold their annual Pet and Family Photo Shoot, on Saturday, Dec. 9th, at the Chisholm Mall (in front of the Snack Shack) from 2 to 4...
Celebrating Thanksgiving
BEING THANKFUL: Kristy Huffman’s kindergarten class at Central High celebrated Thanksgiving with a thankful heart. Most were thankful for family...


FUMC to host chamber choir
The members of the First United Methodist Church in Marlow invite members of the community and the surrounding area to a Choral Christmas...


Local students win VFW writing contest
Three Marlow Middle School who have won the local portion of the Patriot’s Pen Writing Contest sponsored by the VFW.   The contest was open to 6th through 8th...
B-D Thanksgiving
LEARNING TO SHARE: Bray-Doyle 3-year-old students wished everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and passed out snacks to the Teachers and staff in the...


West Wind Thanksgiving
FAMILY MEAL: All hands were on deck with the West Wind staff to make last Thursday evening a success as the residents celebrated Thanksgiving with...


Science projects
LEARNING ABOUT ANIMALS: Mrs. Thornton’s fifth grade class had to pick an animal and describe the interesting facts about the animals, about how it...


Humane Society to participate in Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday, a globally-recognized day dedicated to giving back, will be held on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. People around the world will come together for one common...
AWARD WINNERS: Central High students Cooper Phillips (front row, third from left) and Cody Fishgrab (back row, third from right) win individual honors in the Junior College Pro Division at the Cimarron Classic Livestock Judging Contest. With them are fellow Northern Oklahoma College contestants (front row, l-r) Coach Tim Hubbard; Bradshaw Smoot, Campbellsville, Ky; Cooper Phillips, Central HIgh; Dylan Enyart, Vinita; Maddi Nation, Sapulpa; Amber Layne, Modesto, Calif.; Chelsea Richison, Depew; Sydney Miller, Bayside, Calif.; and Breyden Codding, Guthrie. In back (l-r) are Jordan Scott, Newkirk; Levi Herren, Cushing; and Tyler Fast, Newkirk, observers; Cody Fishgrab, Central High; Kam Childers, Ewing, Va; and Tanner Shipley, Huntingdon, Ind. NOC does well at Cimarron Livestock Judging Contest
Northern Oklahoma College had a tremendous day in both the Junior College Novice (freshman) and the Junior College Pro (sophomore division) at the...


RUSHBOTICS RENEGADES: (front, from left) Aiden Beutler, Isaiah Oxford, Alexa Lee; (back) coach Steve Guillory, James Hollis, Malakye Laughlin, Tyler Stewart and coach Kacy Guillory Rushbotics headed to state
Last Saturday, the Rushbotics Renegades (4-8 grades) attended the regional qualifier at Mt. Saint Mary’s High School in Oklahoma City. The...


FALL FEST PREPARATIONS: Marlow UMW members Julie Colvin, Molly Gann, Darla Underwood, Pam Ferguson, Mary Lou Mahaffey, Loretta Walls, Celeste Bagwell and  Victoria Morris are getting ready for the 31st Annual Fall Fest. UMW to hold annual fall fest
More than 30 years ago when the United Methodist Women (UMW) in Marlow began a fall bazaar to sell baked goods and handcrafted items accompanied by...


Bark in the Park set for Saturday
The Stephens County Humane Society is pleased to announce the return of Bark in the Park on October 22nd, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Fuqua Park in...


State Library promotes Health Literacy Month with grant award...
Twenty-two Oklahoma public libraries and adult literacy councils, including Duncan Public Library, are receiving more than $110,000 in grant funds to promote health and...
Marlow Food Market
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