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Washington Co. Community Council Helps Keep Public Safe

Jan 26, 2022

In an effort to keep the local neighborhoods safe, the Washington County Community Council is installing Ring Doorbells to people in the community who can't afford them. In order to install the camera, your home must have internet.   The Council has purchased the camera, will pay ... read more »

Remi's Arcade and Bistro is Coming to Bartlesville

Jan 26, 2022

Remi's Arcade and Bistro announces their location and when they hope to open. According to the Bartlesville Redevelopment Trust Authority (BRTA), Remi's Arcade and Bistro has announced that they will be located at 622 SE Frank Phillips Boulevard in Bartlesville. The building is just e ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Help Substitute Classes for BPS

Jan 26, 2022

The Bartlesville Police Department (BPD) answers the call to substitute teach classes for the Bartlesville Public Schools District in the midst of the teacher shortage caused by illness. Officer Compton (pictured right with Wayside students) with BPD was at Wayside Elementary School to fill t ... read more »

Phoenix Rising Eyes Expansion at Bartlesville Airport

Jan 26, 2022

The Bartlesville Development Authority (BDA) agrees to provide assistance to Phoenix Rising (PHX) at the Bartlesville Municipal Airport (BVO). A Resident Recruitment Program incentive for PHX was approved by the BDA on Wednesday morning. BDA President David Wood says this is to help relocate ... read more »

Osage County Cattleman's Association Hosting Valentine's Ball

Jan 26, 2022

Coming up on Saturday, February 12th the Osage County Cattleman’s Association will be conducting a Valentine’s Ball at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska. The fun starts at 7 p.m. and you are encouraged to wear your Sunday best cowboy attire to the event. Tickets cost $25 an ... read more »

Incentive Approved to Recruit ConocoPhillips Employees

Jan 26, 2022

As a result of ConocoPhillips' (COP) Permian Asset Acquisition (PAA), the Bartlesville facility anticipates up to 20 professional employees and their families to relocate to the area in 2022. The Bartlesville Development Authority (BDA) on Wednesday morning approved a proposal to offer a ... read more »

Lights in Plans for Local Soccer Fields, Skate Park

Jan 26, 2022

The City of Bartlesville plans to illuminate some of its soccer fields and a skate park. Director of Engineering Micah Siemers says 16 lights and poles that were salvaged from the Price Fields Renovation Project will be installed at the Robinwood Soccer Fields, located at 2200 SE Frank Philli ... read more »

Bartlesville Schools Band Director Moves on to OSSAA

Jan 26, 2022

Bartlesville Public Schools Band Director Alex Claussen accepts the position of Director of Fine Arts for the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA). Claussen will be responsible for overseeing all areas of music, speech, debate, and drama for the OSSAA. He will also have a ... read more »

City of Bartlesville Wins National Award

Jan 25, 2022

The City of Bartlesville has worked hard on its water reuse system project and they have been recognized once again, as Water Utilities Director Terry Lauritsen has announced they have received the George F. Ames PICES Award from the EPA. Lauritsen had this to say about the national award. &n ... read more »

Legislation Proposed to Limit Courtroom Relationships

Jan 25, 2022

An Oklahoma City state representative is proposing a bill that would prevent Oklahoma judges having romantic relationships with a lawyer who is representing a client in the courtroom assigned to the judge. State rep. Jason Lowe recently filed the legislation to be known as the “Judge Timoth ... read more »

Osage County Schools Getting K-9 Officers

Jan 25, 2022

The Osage County Sheriff's office recently approached the Board of Osage County Commissioners in an attempt to sign a memorandum of understanding between three parties that would allow for local school districts to receive a K-9. This dog would be used to aid law enforcement in searching for ... read more »

Muskogee Man Arrested on Warrant for Fraudulent Checks

Jan 25, 2022

A Muskogee man was arrested on a warrant and made an appearance in Washington County court on Tuesday. Jason Hayward appeared for arraignments where he was charged with one felony count of uttering a forged instrument. According to an affidavit, A Bartlesville man reported that multiple fraud ... read more »

Dewey Woman Facing DUI, Child Endangerment Charges

Jan 25, 2022

A Dewey woman was arrested on a warrant for allegedly driving under the influence with a minor child in the vehicle. Johona Jones appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday facing a felony count of child endangerment by DUI. Court documents allege that the incident occurred on Se ... read more »

Low-Water Crossing, S-Curve Amid Projects in District 2

Jan 25, 2022

Work on private property along West 2200 Road and North 4000 Road in District 2 of Washington County is on the horizon. The Washington County Commissioners unanimously approved an agreement on Monday morning for the work to take place, as explained by Commissioner Mike Bouvier. Commission ... read more »

Chief Hoskin Jr. Discusses McGirt, Battle with Omicron

Jan 25, 2022

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. joins Bartlesville Radio in discussing the McGirt case and the on-going battle against COVID-19. Governor Kevin Stitt recently went to the Supreme Court to have them reconsider Oklahoma v. McGirt, but it was never picked up. Chief Hoskin Jr. st ... read more »