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Marlow FFA members attend camp Marlow FFA members attend camp
Twelve members of the Marlow FFA attended the 45th Annual FFA Alumni Leadership Camp held July 9-12, at Camp Tulakogee in Wagoner. The camp focuses...


Matthew Brooks, Jr. Local freshman scholar to attend USAO
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma recently enrolled 25 freshmen who have been awarded one or more of the scholarships that the...


Emily Taylor inducted into state 4-H Hall of Fame Taylor inducted into state 4-H Hall of Fame
This Stephens County 4-H’er grew up in the 4-H program, tagging along with her older sister and brother to various activities. At the ripe old age...


Free Fair Pageant contestants listed
The 15th Annual Stephens County Free Fair Pageant will be held on Saturday, August 5th at 1 p.m. in the Conference Center of the Stephens County Fair and Expo Center in...
RRTC PN Grads 2017: The 42nd class of Practical Nursing students graduated from Red River Technology Center on June 22. Red River Technology Center graduates 42nd Practical Nursing Class
Twenty Practical Nursing students from Red River Technology Center recently received their pins and diplomas during a graduation ceremony held June...


RACING THE CLOCK: Sydney Frey of Marlow competes in pole bending at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee on Monday. Locals compete in international youth rodeo
The International Finals Youth Rodeo commenced its 25th anniversary Sunday at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee. The IFYR is the...


Bullard shows support for troops Bullard shows support for troops
An artist who has Duncan ties was on stage to open the July 4 Fort Sill Summer Concert. Opening for Aaron Watson and Maren Morris, country...


WORKING THE MICROPHONE: Butch Graham performs as the master of ceremonies at an IPLOCA annual convention. Auctioneering takes Graham around the world
Growing up on a cattle ranch in Bray, Butch Graham was always fascinated by the sound of the auctioneer’s calls when the family took cattle to...


Bourne selected for national student congress
The Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship, an innovative non-profit dedicated to educating a new generation of leaders in the essential skills of...


MHS alumni band to perform in parade
The Marlow High School band would like to invite any former band members to perform with us in the seventh annual Alumni Band in the Fourth of July Parade. This is a great...
Bronze award latest for Gregston’s Nursing Home
Gregston’s Nursing Home was recently named as a Bronze Commitment to Quality Award presented by the American Healthcare Association. It was just one of 11 long-term care...
Oklahoma garden clubs holds state convention
Oklahoma Garden clubs held their annual state convention in Norman at the Sooner Legends Hotel June 2 and 3, with record numbers attending. Dina Atnip and Bettie Cooper...
Kids food program begins June 5
The Summer Food for Kids Program begins June 5 at the Eternal Life Café located at 211 Legion Drive in Marlow. The Summer Feeding Program is part of Food for Kids, an...
WELLNESS WALKERS: Students receiving awards for hitting step milestones during the school year at Marlow Elementary School were: (bottom, from left) Latia Freeman, Chritiani Freeman, Alisha Lemons, Myleah Bearce, Micah Parker, Lawson Knox, and Clayton Robinson; (middle) Kimsin Daniels, Cadey Jones, Abigail Olivier, Addison Clampitt, Graham Vermillion, Victoria Landtroop, and Ryli Murray; (top row) Carlee Norton, Owen Long, Gabby Hack, Adyson Meek, Lauren Misner, Kenlee Wilson, Choloe Boyster, Barron Gage, Kayanna Kennedy. MES fifth graders walk 50 miles
Since the beginning of the school year several Marlow fifth graders have been walking before the start of the school day as part of a program...


More than 150 volunteer for the Day of Caring
More than 150 volunteers have agreed to participate in Friday’s annual Day of Caring, coordinated by the United Way of Stephens County. Projects are set for 16...
Marlow Food Market
Freemans Sleep Center