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News On 6 Anchor Celebrates Career Milestone

Jan 27, 2022

Lori Fullbright, a familiar face on Tulsa airwaves since 1992, reaches a significant career achievement – 30 years of service to Oklahomans while reporting and anchoring at News On 6. “I am beyond grateful to have worked at my dream job for the past 30 years and for a great team b ... read more »

Arvest Wealth Management Announces 2021 Results, More

Jan 27, 2022

Arvest Wealth Management announces a record-breaking year in terms of assets under management and revenue growth. Arvest Wealth Management, which offers wealth management, trust, investment, and insurance products and services, has investment and trust advisors throughout Arvest Bank’s ... read more »

Arkansas Man Charged with Child Sexual Abuse

Jan 26, 2022

An Arkansas man is facing charges of child sexual abuse in Washington County. Jeremy Wedge appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday facing one felony count. The charges stem from a pattern of alleged offenses with a minor female victim from 2014-2018. According to an affidavi ... read more »

Roberts to Push to Remove Oklahoma's Grocery Sales Tax

Jan 26, 2022

State Representative Sean Roberts of Hominy plans to continue his push for a referendum to remove Oklahoma's sales tax on groceries. In a statement, Roberts said:     "Currently only six states allow full taxes on groceries, Oklahoma being one. We currently h ... read more »

OKWU Ready for Top 25 Battle on Thursday

Jan 26, 2022

Both Oklahoma Wesleyan basketball teams return to action with a home doubleheader against at the Mueller Sports Center on Thursday. The Lady Eagles will continue their fight for KCAC seeding while the men’s team could take a big stride toward a conference title with a win. The women&rsq ... read more »

Shidler Receives Healthy Lifestyle Grant

Jan 26, 2022

The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Board of Directors awarded various communities throughout Oklahoma grant money at its meeting on Tuesday. The City of Shidler in Osage County was awarded $10,000, as the community has implemented key strategies to live a healthy life. TSET Executive Director ... read more »

Republican Senator Proposes Bills to Limit Censorship

Jan 26, 2022

Republican senator Nathan Dahm of Broken Arrow has filed two bills and a joint resolution to push back on tech censorship and social credit scores. Dahm cites the involvement of “Big Tech” in the most recent election cycle as his motivation behind proposing the legislation. SB 181 ... read more »

Oklahoma to Receive Food Security Grant

Jan 26, 2022

Oklahoma is one of nine states receiving a six-figure grant to help address food security and other issues in the state. The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced that it will receive a $144,000 grant from the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors as part of its newly establis ... read more »

Christmas in the Ville 2021 Brought Thousands Downtown

Jan 26, 2022

Christmas in the Ville is a holiday tradition in the making as it celebrates the completion of its fifth season.  Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce President Sherri Wilt says the main goal of the event, which runs from early-December and early-January, is to bring people downtown ... read more »

Area Leaders Revive Breakfast Gathering at Vera Grill

Jan 26, 2022

Big discussions over breakfast in a small town store. Vera Grill is open and ready for gatherings to return as local leaders met over breakfast earlier in the week to discuss what is happening locally. During his time as State Representative, Earl Sears says he heard of Vera and knew wher ... read more »

ONG Bill to Increase as a Result of 2021 Winter Storm

Jan 26, 2022

The Oklahoma Corporation has voted to have customers of a public utility pay off more than one billion dollars in fuel costs from last year’s winter storm. Oklahoma Natural Gas paid more than 1.3 billion dollars in added costs, which will now be credited as a payment for customers. With ... read more »

Washington Co. Community Council Helps Keep Public Safe

Jan 26, 2022

In an effort to keep the local neighborhoods safe, the Washington County Community Council is installing Ring Doorbells to people in the community who can't afford them. In order to install the camera, your home must have internet.   The Council has purchased the camera, will pay ... read more »

Remi's Arcade and Bistro is Coming to Bartlesville

Jan 26, 2022

Remi's Arcade and Bistro announces their location and when they hope to open. According to the Bartlesville Redevelopment Trust Authority (BRTA), Remi's Arcade and Bistro has announced that they will be located at 622 SE Frank Phillips Boulevard in Bartlesville. The building is just e ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Help Substitute Classes for BPS

Jan 26, 2022

The Bartlesville Police Department (BPD) answers the call to substitute teach classes for the Bartlesville Public Schools District in the midst of the teacher shortage caused by illness. Officer Compton (pictured right with Wayside students) with BPD was at Wayside Elementary School to fill t ... read more »

Phoenix Rising Eyes Expansion at Bartlesville Airport

Jan 26, 2022

The Bartlesville Development Authority (BDA) agrees to provide assistance to Phoenix Rising (PHX) at the Bartlesville Municipal Airport (BVO). A Resident Recruitment Program incentive for PHX was approved by the BDA on Wednesday morning. BDA President David Wood says this is to help relocate ... read more »