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Muskogee Man Arrested in Montgomery County

Jun 20, 2024

Multiple law enforcement agencies assist in the arrest of an Oklahoma man after a pursuit in Montgomery County. Sheriff deputies responded to a call to assist the Coffeyville Police Department in a burglary in progress. CPD reported that the suspect had fled on foot but quickly entered a vehi ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested for Throwing Speaker at Victim

Jun 20, 2024

A Bartlesville man was seen in Washington County Court Thursday on the felony charge of domestic abuse assault and battery, and a misdemeanor charge of public intoxication. Edwin Bridgman was arrested Wednesday evening after police responded to a domestic in progress. According to an affidavi ... read more »

Cherokee Nation to Offer Health and Wellness Grants

Jun 20, 2024

The Cherokee Nation recently announced that 2.15 million dollars in grants will be available to help Cherokee citizens with things such as access to health and wellness gyms and walking trails. The tribe's 86 Cherokee Community Organizations located within the reservation and across the count ... read more »

School Supplies Available for JOM Students in Osage County

Jun 20, 2024

The Osage Nation Education Department wants to let parents and guardians know that basic school supplies will be available for eligible JOM students at schools throughout Osage County. The Johnson O’Malley program within the Osage Nation is there to support American Indian students on their ... read more »

Pawhuska Fourth of July Celebration Around the Corner

Jun 20, 2024

The annual Pawhuska Fourth of July festivities are right around the corner, as the Freedom Celebration Parade will step off at 9:30 a.m. at the intersection of Main Street and Prudom. They will march down to the west side of City Hall.   Pre-registration is open at the Pawhuska Chamb ... read more »

Skiatook's Third Thursday in the Park is Here

Jun 20, 2024

Skiatook's Third Thursday in the Park is taking place later tonight at Central Park. There will be food trucks, vendors, a bounce house and live music for the public to enjoy the evening fun. Osage County Tourism Director Mary Beth Moore encourages everyone to check out the festivities. & ... read more »

Stolen Bus Reported From a Church in Hominy

Jun 20, 2024

Early Thursday morning, the Hominy Police Department found that the garage door of the First Baptist Church was open and a church bus had been stolen. They bus was stolen some time Wednesday evening and the tag number to the bus is E75876.   If you have any information as to who may ... read more »

Election Night Results 6.18.24

Jun 18, 2024

Final Results - Other stories to follow at BartlesvilleRadio.com Washington County Commissioner District 2 Candidate Votes Vote % Precincts Reporting Michael Colaw ... read more »

‘Fancy Dance’ with Lily Gladstone Balances Heartbreak, Humor in Story of a Missing Indigenous Woman

Jun 20, 2024

By KAITLYN HUAMANI Associated Press  Lily Gladstone knows the gravity stories about what she calls the “epidemic” of missing and murdered Indigenous people have. But she also values humor in telling those stories.   In “Fancy Dance,& ... read more »

Tri County Tech Foundation Golf Tournament

Jun 20, 2024

The Tri County Tech Foundation assists in-need and qualifying students in three critical areas: Tuition Assistance, Emergency Aid, and Food Assistance.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Champagne Kane with the foundation said their mission is to ensure no student is denied an educ ... read more »

Vinita Woman Dies in Single-Vehicle Crash Near Chelsea

Jun 20, 2024

A Vinita woman was killed Wednesday in a single-vehicle crash near Chelsea in Rogers County.   According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, 82-year-old Rose Abram was driving a 2006 Chevy Silverado on State Highway 66, approximately 2 miles north of Chelsea, just after 5 p.m. Wednesday. ... read more »

Bartlesville Area History Museum Looking for Recipes for Exhibit

Jun 19, 2024

This winter, the Bartlesville Area History Museum’s exhibit will feature topics of early traditions and social life. As a part of the exhibit, BAHM invites the Washington County community to submit their favorite family recipes for the museum to use in creating a community cookbook. At the ... read more »

Gov. Stitt Approves Changes to Bartlesville City Charter

Jun 19, 2024

Gov. Kevin Stitt has approved four amendments to the Bartlesville City Charter.   Voters went to the polls on April 2 and passed four of 10 proposed amendments to the City Charter. The changes include a requirement that City Council candidates must have lived in their ward for six mo ... read more »

Senator Lankford Comments on Border Policy

Jun 19, 2024

Oklahoma Senator James Lankford cares deeply about getting a handle on the chaos going on at our southern border. After President Joe Biden announced a new program making it easier for illegal U.S. citizens who are married and have children to get green cards, here is what Lankford had to say wit ... read more »

Pawhuska Council Must Adopt Budget on Thursday

Jun 19, 2024

The Pawhuska City Council must approve a budget for the 2024-2025 fiscal year by Thursday. On Tuesday, they held a special meeting to discuss what could be done in an effort to prevent the jobs being lost that City Manager Jerry Eubanks talked about last week.   Eubanks said since la ... read more »