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FINALISTS: Twenty Marlow Elementary Students recently competed in a school-wide Soft Seven Competition. Soft Seven is a series of timed multiplication races on a computer. These students had the highest max out scores for all 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. MES Soft Seven
FINALISTS: Twenty Marlow Elementary Students recently competed in a school-wide Soft Seven Competition. Soft Seven is a series of timed...


Miss Marlow to be crowned next week
The Miss Marlow pageant will be held at the Marlow High School auditorium on April 28. Eight girls will be vying for the Miss Marlow title, while six others will compete...
MARLOW JUDGES: (front row, from left) Angela Molina, Lauren Sanders, Addie Beavers; (back) Michael Elroy, Ethan Jordan, Jakob Herriage, and McKailey Rennaker Marlow FFA team places first
Last Thursday, Marlow FFA’s Milk Quality and Products (formerly known as Dairy Foods) team won the Connors State College Aggie Day Contest. The...


SUPERIOR: Students receiving superior ratings at the Marlow Festival were: Landon Holley, Braxton Ramsey, Dalton Zupper, Landry O’Neal, Chelsea Strutton, Renee Vermillion, Kailey Griggs, and Hailey Griggs. Marlow holds band festival
The Marlow Band Festival competition was held on the Marlow High School campus March 25. The festival consists of two separate contests. The first...


Chisholm Trail celebrates 150 years
It was 150 years ago, in 1867, that cowboys began driving longhorn cattle from Texas up through Indian Territory to the Kansas-Pacific Railroad in Abilene, Kan., so they...
NEW OFFICERS for the South Central District Garden Clubs were recently installed during a convention meeting recently held in Marlow. New officers, l-r, are Nan Lacy, Historian; Mary Jane Lowery, Treasurer; Darla Muller, Secretary; Pat Nesbitt, Vice President; Sandy Alexander, President; and outgoing President Dina Atnip. Marlow Patio Garden Club hosts South Central District Convention
Members of Marlow’s Patio Garden Club hosted the annual South Central District Spring Convention on Thursday, March 16th, at The Green Door...


STAR SCHOOL REUNION: Eleven former students of Star School recently met for their annual luncheon. Pictured above, back row, l-r: Charles Horning, Dorothy Files, Johnny Files, Gerald Farmer, Linda Farmer, John Holland and Neal Owen; front row, l-r: Wilma Willis, Mary Lou Tanaka, Nettie Blount and Ida Lesher. Annual Star School reunion held
Former Students of Star School gathered for their annual reunion on Saturday, March 11, in the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church in Marlow....


AWARD WINNER: Kaila Williams of Duncan (second from left) received the $500 scholarship award in honor of former Oklahoma Conservation Commission Executive Director, Mike Thralls.  The scholarship is awarded to students pursuing a degree at Oklahoma State University in the College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts holds 79th Annual...
The Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts (OACD) held its annual meeting February 26-28, 2017. More than 300 individuals gathered at the...


CU-Duncan to build science lab
Cameron University has received a grant of $850,000 from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA). The grant will be added to gifts of...
SCASF Innovation Awards: (l-r) Ethan Morgan, Phoenix Jones, and Tawny Vanover. Not pictured: Andreastar Traut. Students excel at Stephens County Area Science Fair
The Stephens County Area Science Fair was held Fri., Feb. 17 and Sat., Feb. 18, at Red River Technology Center in Duncan. Sponsored by the Duncan...


Southern Amendments topic of Garden Club
Members of the Marlow Patio Garden Club met for their monthly meeting at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, in the fellowship hall of The Immaculate...


ROLLING RYLAN: With the help of his cousin Jace Jones, Rylan Jones of Rush Springs, who is diagnosed with cerebral palsy, shows his Duroc pig at the Marlow district pig show Saturday. District pig show held
By Todd Brooks The Marlow Review There were many winners at the Marlow district hog show, but there was one winner who did not even get first...


SCIENCE FAIR: Red River Technology Center Biomedical Science Academy Instructor Edith Suiter visits with Central High fifth graders about the scientific method and the correct way to present a science project for the upcoming Stephens County Area Science Fair. The fair is scheduled for Feb. 17-18 at Red River Technology Center and is open to students in fifth through twelfth grades. Stephens County Area Science Fair registration open
Online registration for the Stephens County Area Science Fair opened Mon., Jan. 30, and can be accessed at www.duncanlife.com. All projects must be...


‘Everything’s good’ for spunky centenarian
If you were to look up the word “spunk” in the dictionary, chances are the illustration would be a photograph of Earline Lamb. Associating such a...


Patio Garden Club elects new officers
Members of the Marlow Patio Garden club met Thursday, Jan. 12, in the home of Dina Atnip. Topping the agenda was the election of new officers for the 2017-2018 club years....
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