Bristow

Bristow Christmas tree farm thrives on the old-fashioned Christmas experience

December 2, 2020

Molly and Socks Christmas Tree Farm, outside of Bristow, is doing their best to cater to those who are looking for the authentic, old-fashioned Christmas experience.

“Oklahoma is Open for Business:” New Bristow airport expansion sets sky-high expectations for area

June 29, 2020

“Bristow is open for business…we are adding economic power and prosperity to Oklahoma…we are just getting started!”

Born to Barbecue: Boom Town BBQ is a new restaurant with an old-style feel

January 14, 2019

A man who says he was “born into the food business” is carrying a family legacy of fantastic BBQ at this Rt-66 restaurant

One dead after possible drug overdose in van outside of Kellyville

February 21, 2018

The driver, who was found slumped over the wheel and drooling, has been released from the hospital and was not charged.

Tuesday Night Election Results

February 13, 2018

Results for Sapulpa City Councilor Ward 2 show lackluster participation, netting under 80 votes total.

Bristow family honored as OK Farm Bureau “District Nine Farm and Ranch Family”

November 14, 2017

Kenneth and Debby Fisher have a diversified farm in Creek County where they raise cattle, wheat, corn, soybeans, not to mention operating a feed mill as well.

Sapulpa, Bristow and Mounds win at Thursday night football games, see who plays tonight

October 20, 2017

Sapulpa finally wins one (and how!) and here’s how the rest of the county did on Thursday night.

Kellyville faces their first loss against Bristow

September 22, 2017

Kellyville, coming off a 4-0 record against an undefeated Perry last week, simply found that the same plays that won their games previously weren’t holding up this time.

Judge Awards Dyer a 1,000 ft Protective Order, Sex-Offender Next Door has 10 Days to Vacate

July 7, 2017

Yesterday a judge issued a 1,000ft protective order for the Dyer family in Bristow. Now Harold English has 10 days to leave the premises, according to a statement sent to Sapulpa Times by representative Mark Lawson.

“Meet my abuser and my new neighbor”: Bristow victim speaks out against her molester who moved next door.

June 23, 2017

Thanks to the absence of a state law to protect her, a Bristow woman is being forced to live next-door to the man who abused her 14 years ago. Now she and legislators are working to do something about it.