The Marlow Review - Marlow, OK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member hamquilter
N 34° 38.854 W 097° 57.518
14S E 595433 N 3834453
Quick Description: The Marlow Review is a weekly newspaper, publishing on Thursdays.
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 8/20/2011 12:17:30 PM
Waymark Code: WMCC1P
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member saopaulo1
Views: 1

Long Description:
A sign on the window of the Marlow Review indicates it was established in 1890. The first paper's name in that year was the Marlow Magnet. The Review began publishing under that name in 1905.

This is a weekly paper which comes out on Thursdays. It covers news, sports, business, jobs and community events. The classified deadline is Tuesday at 1:00PM. The newspaper has a circulation of 3700 in the Marlow area. Phone: 580-658-6657.

The paper is located in a one-story brick building in the downtown area. The building was constructed in 1919. The keystone in the arch above the door reads: "NANCE A.D. 1919". Wikipedia describes "Nance" as follows: "Nance was a publisher of community newspapers in Oklahoma beginning at Chandler in 1918, he and wife Ayleene had owned newspapers in Marlow, Walters and Purcell. A joint partnership with Joe McBride of Anadarko, Nance McBride Newspapers, owned weekly and daily community newspapers in Weatherford, Tonkawa, Clinton, Hobart, Henryetta, Hominy, Mangum, Anadarko, Sulphur, Alva, Poteau and Antlers. The ownership group included a local operator partner in each community. Nance continued to write weekly editorials for the Purcell Register on public policy matters until the week he died on September 3, 1984 at the age of 91 in his home at Purcell."
Area Served: Marlow, OK

What is (later, was) its physical address?:
316 W. Main Street
Marlow, OK US
73055


Does it now just provide an internet read?: Both newsprint and internet

Internet address: [Web Link]

Did you ever buy or subscribe to this paper?: No.

Please provide a link referring to the newspaper's demise.: Not listed

If applicable, when was this publication's last edition?: Not listed

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