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Bartlesville Man Seen On Domestic Abuse

Jan 26, 2023

A Bartlesville man was seen in Washington County Court on Jan. 26 for alleged domestic abuse. According to an affidavit, Jonathan Edward Frazier followed the victim home and attacked the victim, throwing her down on to her driveway and they fought until the victim was able to get out from under F ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested for Stealing Vehicle

Jan 26, 2023

Norman Thompson was seen in Washington County Court today on multiple charges of unlawful possession of motor vehicle, possession of controlled dangerous substance and unauthorized use of motor vehicle by way of a joy ride. According to an affidavit, the victim knows Thompson personally due t ... read more »

Elder Care Jazzy Valentine Social

Jan 26, 2023

Elder Care is putting together a Jazzy Valentine Social on February 16th from 6 to 7:30 pm that is open to all adults, 65 and up in the community. Angie Thompson with Elder Care talks about what the event will entail. Once again, you must register by February 11, and you can do that online at ... read more »

Big Fun and Big News for Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Jan 26, 2023

  Big Brothers/Big Sisters Director Charlene Dew appeared on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Thursday and she brought at guest. Not just any guest, but The Big of The Year, Rusty Gott. Rusty talked about being a Big to mentor to a little and how to budget your time to make it work for both y ... read more »

Fortress Grand Opening on Thursday

Jan 26, 2023

Thursday is the grand opening of the “The Fortress,” which is a newer venture at the Bartlesville Public Library. As we reported last week, the space has technically been open a few days. The Fortress gives teens a space to read, visit with friends, study, and play games. The spac ... read more »

RSU Bartlesville to Hold FAFSA Night

Jan 26, 2023

If you are headed to college and would like to some filling out your financial aid forms, Roger’s State in Bartlesville is holding an event to help. RSU will hold a FAFSA Night on campus on Thursday, Feb. 9 on campus in Bartlesville. The event will be from 5:30 – 7:30 on the seven ... read more »

Bartlesville Chamber oF Commerce Business After Hours/Christmas in the Ville Wrap

Jan 25, 2023

The next Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours is set for February 2, from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm at ABB, Inc. 7051 Industrial Blvd in Bartlesville. Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Sherri Wilt with the Chamber offered the invitation.   Sherri also gave us a wrapup on Ch ... read more »

Pawhuska's John Reed Named To Class 2A All-Star Football Team

Jan 25, 2023

Pawhuska linebacker John Reed was selected to the 2023 Class 2A All Star Team. Reed finished inside of the top 15 in tackles in the state. Several players in front of Reed played in more games with a few having three more games played. Reed’s Huskie career will be tough to top as he fin ... read more »

Vinita Man Seen on Animal Cruelty Charges

Jan 25, 2023

A Vinita man was seen in Washington County Court today after bonding out on charges of Cruelty to animals. Jason Ray Jones was arrested back in June of 2022 after a call was made on a possible animal cruelty incident. According to an affidavit, an officer arrived to the house and found a dog in a ... read more »

Congressman Josh Brecheen to Serve on House Committee on Homeland Security and Committee on the Budget

Jan 25, 2023

Congressman Josh Brecheen announced on Wednesday his selection to serve on the House Committee on Homeland Security and the House Budget Committee for the 118th Congress. “It is an honor to serve on both the House Committee on Homeland Security and the Budget Committee,” said ... read more »

Researchers Reveal the Top Five Items With the Most Germs in Your Kitchen

Jan 25, 2023

Scientists from the Agriculture Department’s Food Safety and Inspection Service did a study to find out what was the germiest item in your kitchen.   Coming in at the top of the list may come at a surprise being the spice rack. The scientist observed a group of people make turk ... read more »

Teen Seen on Charge of First Degree Murder

Jan 24, 2023

The minor teen who was allegedly involved with the murders of Larry and Deborah Dutton was seen in Washington County Court today. Heidi Dutton, is being tried as an adult on the count of murder in the first degree. According to the arrest affidavit, Dutton was taken in for questioning after a sea ... read more »

OLLI Spring Classes and Open House

Jan 25, 2023

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Oklahoma State University keeps seniors active and social. Geared toward adults 50 and better, OLLI offers courses, travel and social activities to enrich participants’ quality of life.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Amy Fin ... read more »

DEADLINE TO REQUEST ABSENTEE BALLOTS FOR FEBRUARY14, BARTLESVILLE SPECIAL SCHOOL & SKIATOOK SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION

Jan 25, 2023

The deadline to request absentee ballots by mail is approaching. Applications must be received by the County Election Board no later than 5 p.m. Monday, January  30. WashingtonCounty Election Board Secretary, Yvonne House, says absentee voting is available to all voters and can be submit ... read more »

Next BPD Citizens Police Academy Begins March 2

Jan 25, 2023

  The Bartlesville Citizens Police Academy is a 12-week comprehensive course that allows citizens to become familiar with the operations of law enforcement through classroom and hands-on instruction in all aspects of the Police Department.   Bartlesville Police Department ... read more »