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Bartlesville Man Arrested After Attempted Car Burglary

Aug 16, 2018

A Bartlesville man who claims he was assaulted was arrested for an attempted vehicle burglary and was brought in on a criminal arrest warrant. Stuart Martin stood before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday facing a charge of vehicle burglary. Acceding to an affidavit, a ma ... read more »

Among Oklahoma Teacher Vacancies, Pawhuska Thrives

Aug 16, 2018

Classes start for most schools such as Bartlesville, Dewey, Nowata and Pawhuska today. Pawhuska Superintendent Dave Cash will also start his first regular school day with the Pawhuska school district. While Pawhuska has has every teacher position filled in their schools, Cash says the hiring ... read more »

Parker's Campbell is a Winner

Aug 16, 2018

A Khaki Campbell duck won his owner two prizes at the poultry show at the 2018 Inter-State Fair in Coffeyville this week.      Johnny Parker of Nowata won the Champion Water Fowl and Best of Show with his Khaki Campbell Duck.  The sixteen-year-old youth enjoyed chicken ... read more »

Herrera Indicted on Money Laundering Charges

Aug 16, 2018

The former owner of Bartlesville's Alfredo's restaurant, 73 year-old Alfredo Herrera of Bartlesville is indicted in Tulsa Federal District Court.  United States Attorney Trent Shores announced that a federal Grand Jury indicted 22 people for their roles in drug trafficking and money ... read more »

Monster Truck Driver Prepares for Shootout

Aug 15, 2018

A monster truck driver prepares for an event at the Osage County Fairgrounds. Kansas City, Missouri native and monster truck driver Darren Migues say he will drive in the O'Reilly Auto Parts Monster Truck Shootout in Pawhuska. Migues says the drivers plan on putting out the trucks at Case ... read more »

Adult Classes Aim to Rebuff Careers

Aug 15, 2018

A community college in Bartlesville aspires to rebuff the careers of area adults. Tri County Tech's Business Development Specialist Kyle Ppool says that Tri County Tech's re-buffering method allows people to flex their skills around what they already know. TCTC aims to promote people and ... read more »

Northeast Oklahoma to Join a Transportation Organization

Aug 15, 2018

14 counties in northeastern Oklahoma have ideas in place for a long range transportation system. Washington County sits within the counties they want to have in that plan for the transportation system through the Regional Transportation Planning Organization. Washington County Commissioner Mi ... read more »

Two Men Dead as a Result of Independence Flooding

Aug 15, 2018

A father and son are dead after flooding near Elk City, Kansas. According to Montgomery County Emergency Management Direcdtor, Rick Whitson.  Whitson said the father and son were found in their car with the windows still up. They have been identified as 72 year-old Dennis Clark Catron Sr. an ... read more »

President Trump Signs Mullin Bill

Aug 15, 2018

President Trump a bill sponsored by Congressman Markwayne Mullin into law.  The preseident signed H.R. 5554, the Animal Drug and Animal Generic Drug User Fee Amendments of 2018. First authorized in 2004, Animal Drug User Fee Agreements and Animal Generic Drug User Fee Agreements give the Foo ... read more »

Interstate Fair and Rodeo Opens with Motocross

Aug 15, 2018

The 110th edition of the Inter-State Fair kicked off in Coffeyville on Tuesday with a whole bunch of "big air" as freestyle motocross riders pulled various tricks while airborne.  A group of ten freestyle riders, many with résumés from past X-Games and Nitro Games, en ... read more »

Legislative Working Group to Discuss Medical Marijuana

Aug 15, 2018

\r\n Bartlesville's State Senator, Julie Daniels will head to the capitol today for another meeting of the Legislative Working Group on Medical Marijuana.  This morning's session will feature presentations and questions and answers with represenatives from the Department of Public Sa ... read more »

Rogers State Concurrent Enrollment High in Bartlesville Location

Aug 14, 2018

Approximately 150 students from the Bartlesville School district made up the largest concurrent enrollment for Rogers State University last year. President Larry Rice from the Claremore location says that the Bartlesville School district has been wonderful to work with since the largest concu ... read more »

Special Meeting Held for Marijuana and Alcohol Laws

Aug 14, 2018

New Oklahoma weed and alcohol laws take center-stage in a special workshop meeting with the Bartlesville City Council Monday night. The meeting last night called early last week covered changes in regulations regarding the recent passage of the medical marijuana and alcohol laws in the state of O ... read more »

All Items Passed in Washington County Commissioners Meeting

Aug 14, 2018

Monday's regular meeting with the Washington County Board of Commissioners saw several items on its agenda passed. The Washington County Commissioners reviewed the Sheriff Report and verified the July 2018 claims for the Board of Prisoners, approving this item first. The Osage County ... read more »

Construction Postponed on HWY 75

Aug 14, 2018

Planned work on Highway 75 in Bartlesville has been postponed because of anticipated weather in the area. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation announced late on Monday that the short-term ramp closures on the northbound US-75 off-ramp to westbound US-60 in Bartlesville are cancelled for ... read more »