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Washington County SPCA Looks for Community Support

Nov 12, 2019

The Washington County SPCA took in 43 animals last week, and now they have 306 cats and dogs in their care. Shelter Manager Tonya Pete says their shelter is now full. She asks that if you have a pet at the shelter to please reclaim them. The WCSPCA is running low on supplies, especially o ... read more »

Oak Ridge Boys Down Home Christmas Comes to Independence,KS

Nov 12, 2019

When you talk about the Oak Ridge Boys, Their’s is one of the most distinctive and recognizable sounds in the music industry. The four-part harmonies and upbeat songs of The Oak Ridge Boys have spawned dozens of Country hits and a Number One Pop smash, earned them Grammy, Dove, CMA, and ACM ... read more »

Nowata County to Pair with Coffeyville for 911

Nov 12, 2019

The Nowata County 911 Trust Authority recommended that the county pair with Coffeyville, Kansas for emergency dispatch services. Jerome Gnatek presented the agreement on behalf of the trust authority. Pairing with Rogers County had also been discussed. Gnatek explained why they chose Coffeyville. ... read more »

Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra: With Honor and Thanks

Nov 12, 2019

  With Honor and Thanks, presented by the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra November 23rd, offers the promise of living, with hope and thanksgiving. Conductor Lauren Green says, “November is a season where we do several things, but it all has to doe with remembering and honoring ... read more »

Two Oologah Students Arrested on Explosives Charges

Nov 12, 2019

Two Oologah High School students are in custody after officers said they used explosive materials outside of the school and were planning to use them to do damage inside as well. Oologah Police Chief Peter Moore tells our news partner KOTV News on 6,"The criminal intent was to target so ... read more »

Pawhuska Board Purchases Buses

Nov 11, 2019

The Pawhuska School Board met for a regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening at the Administration Building and approved the purchase of four new buses from the transportation bond that was passed in September.   Two of the buses will be route buses and the other two will be minibu ... read more »

Mannford Police Chief Killed in Florida; Fellow Officer in Custody

Nov 11, 2019

The City of Mannford’s police chief was killed on Sunday in Pensacola, Florida and a police officer that worked for him is in custody, according to our news partner with the News on 6. Chief Lucky Miller was found dead in his hotel room after attending a conference in South Florida. Detecti ... read more »

Nowata PD Holding Toy and Blanket Drive

Nov 11, 2019

The season of giving is upon us and so is the season of cold weather. Several children are in need this winter and the Nowata Police Department is asking for your help. The NPD is starting a blanket and toy drive to help children and medical patients throughout the Nowata area. They are askin ... read more »

Bartlesville Still Running for a Levitt Amp Grant

Nov 11, 2019

Voting remains open to bring a 10-to-12 week free, live music series called the “Levitt AMP Grant Bartlesville” to the Tower Center at Unity Square during the summer of 2020. Bartlesville City Manager Mike Bailey said the Bartlesville Community Center is asking for your help in ma ... read more »

BPS Foundation Awards Approximately $15,000 in Grants

Nov 11, 2019

The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation Prize Patrol recently surprised some of their BPS teachers with exciting news! Blair Ellis, the Foundation's Executive Director, said they awarded 14 grants totaling approximately $15,000 last Friday. She said some of those grants came from the N ... read more »

Nowata Chamber Prepares for Arrival of UP4014

Nov 11, 2019

Climb aboard and participate in The Great Race Across the American Southwest! The Nowata Chamber of Commerce will present the Union Pacific 4014 Whistle Stop this weekend and you are welcome to attend this momentous occasion. Kelly Collins is assisting the Nowata Chamber with the event, and h ... read more »

Casting Calls for "Killers of the Flower" Moon Continue

Nov 11, 2019

Casting calls were held over the weekend for men and women of the Osage Nation at the county fairgrounds in Pawhuska for a part in the movie, “Killers of the Flower Moon.” If you were unable to attend, there will be more casting calls this week, though. There will be a casting cal ... read more »

Canvas Paint Party to Take Place on Tuesday in Pawhuska

Nov 11, 2019

The Pawhuska Business Development Center, in coordination with Tri County Tech, will put on a Canvas Paint Party Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. The theme is Giving Thanks in Oklahoma. Using a canvas, artists will have the ability to create a painting that will make a masterpiece that will catch an ... read more »

Bartlesville Art Association Preps for Winter Gallery

Nov 11, 2019

You can visit the Bartlesville Art Association’s upcoming and annual Winter Gallery this weekend. There will be hot drinks like coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and cider. Complimentary treats will also be had. There will be prizes given away as well. You can win one of three, 90 minute ... read more »

BAHM to Show Country School, One Room, One Nation

Nov 11, 2019

The Bartlesville Area History Museum will offer the education program called “Country School, One Room, One Nation.” Kay Little of “Little History Adventures” will present the educational program “One Room School One Nation” on Monday, Nov. 18th. The progra ... read more »