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Senator Lankford Urges Keystone XL Action

Dec 15, 2018

Oklahoma's Senator James Lankford joined 43 Members of Congress on Friday to send a letter to President Trump to urge any immediate action necessary to move construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline forward after a federal judge issued a decision that blocked construction of the pipeline in No ... read more »

One Lane to Close Along Sooner Park Drive

Dec 14, 2018

Contract crews will begin concrete work on Sooner Park Drive between Adams Boulevard and Baylor Drive Monday, Dec. 17. Director of Engineering Micah Seimers says the project is part of the City of Bartlesville’s ongoing concrete panel replacement project. Seimers says one lane of traffic wi ... read more »

Man Arrested on Child Abuse Charges

Dec 14, 2018

A man appeared before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse on Friday facing child abuse charges. An officer employed with the City of Bartlesville was dispatched to the east side of Bartlesville early Friday morning in reference to the child abuse case. According to an affidavit, the o ... read more »

Dealership Looks for Families to Enter in Christmas Drawing

Dec 14, 2018

Bartlesville Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram will hold a live drawing next week to benefit several local families and their children. General Manager Brian Pritchard says they want to make sure families have a wonderful Christmas this year. While Pritchard has never performed a Christmas drawing in B ... read more »

Osage County Board to Consider Courtroom Changes

Dec 15, 2018

The Osage County Board of Commissioners will take action on a proposed sale of tax property in Nelagoney Monday morning.  The board will also act on a software update for Assessor Gail Hedgcoth's office and on an O-DOT offer to purchase the Osage County Tourism Gazebo.  The agenda c ... read more »

Three to Receive Recognition in School Board Meeting

Dec 14, 2018

The Bartlesville Board of Education will recognize several people in their meeting on Monday night. They will recognize cross country coaches David Ayers and Bon Bennett for the success the cross country team had this year. They will also recognize assistant high school principal Elliot Smith who ... read more »

Art Event Nets Gift Cards for Pawhuska Teachers

Dec 14, 2018

A Pawhuska artist has surprised every teacher in town with a special gift for the holiday season.  All 58 certified teachers in the Pawhuska school district were given an Amazon gift card this week thanks to an art project and live auction called "The Gallery Experience."   ... read more »

Alcoholic Beverage Tax Slated for Discussion Monday

Dec 14, 2018

The Washington County Commissioners will have a shorter meeting on Monday morning. To start their meeting, they will discuss a resolution for the disposal of equipment. That equipment includes a John Deere Grader 627 used previously in district three. Next in their meeting, the commission ... read more »

WCSO Christmas Program Helps Record Number of Families

Dec 13, 2018

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is holding its annual Christmas program on Monday, December 17. The sheriff’s office staff will be handing out presents to 89 children that come from low-income homes, more than double the amount from last year. Washington County Undersheriff ... read more »

Dewey Looks for First Win Against Caney, KS

Dec 13, 2018

The Dewey Bulldoggers boys’ basketball team is still in search of its first win on the season. The Bulldoggers have struggled out to an 0-6 record after a tough loss to Oklahoma Union on Tuesday. The Doggers have another tough matchup against Caney, Kansas on Friday. Dewey head coach La ... read more »

Dewey Police Building Framing Near Completion

Dec 13, 2018

Outside projects have slightly postponed the work on the new Dewey Police Building. However, City Manager Kevin Trease says they have been back at it recently. The Public Service of Oklahoma came in to reroute the powerlines around the building. The framers came in after that to put in the remain ... read more »

All-City Concerts to Perform on Thursday

Dec 13, 2018

Bartlesville Public School’s All-City Orchestra Concert will take place Thursday night. Superintendent Chuck McCauley says Central and Madison Middle School orchestras and the Bartlesville High School orchestra will perform music for everyone to enjoy. The All-City Orchestra Winter Conc ... read more »

Two Concerts Planned for Bartlesville Civic Ballet Nutcracker

Dec 13, 2018

The Bartlesville Civic Ballet Nutcracker will have two performances this weekend at the Community Center in Bartlesville. Marketing Director Jo Baughman says they have great guest stars and artists. Baughman says local people really make the show work. She says that those that perform can be ... read more »

Pawhuska Public Library Having Book Giveaway

Dec 13, 2018

The Pawhuska Public Library is giving away children’s books to those who are interested in picking them up. Yvonne Rose, Director of the Pawhuska Public Library, says she is needing to clear space in the youth section and she believes this is a great way to do it. Rose says the book giv ... read more »

Brady to Raise Money for Immersion School

Dec 13, 2018

If anyone is interested in helping the Osage Language Immersion School, then Osage musician Natalie Brady will perform a benefit concert at Pawhuska’s Constantine Theatre on Dec. 13. Brady appeared on this season’s competition show, “The Voice.” Tickets are $10 for adu ... read more »