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Eagles Make First trip to Avila

Feb 01, 2019

After six full days off Oklahoma Wesleyan basketball will be back in action on Saturday. The Eagles will travel to Avila University in Kansas City, Missouri. This will be Wesleyan’s first trip to Avila, a school in its inaugural season in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. The E ... read more »

Former Nowata County Sheriff Due in Court

Feb 01, 2019

Former Nowata County Sheriff Kenny Freeman will return to court. A preliminary hearing is set for 9 a.m. on Monday at the Nowata County Courthouse. Freeman was charged with one count of felony embezzlement in October 2018. An affidavit alleges that Freeman misappropriated donated school suppl ... read more »

Suspected Marijuana Test Results Are In

Feb 01, 2019

Samples of the suspected marijuana in Pawhuska were tested. Results find that of the 11 samples tested, only two are found to be marginally over the legal THC limit and outside the test’s margin of error.  The Osage County District Attorney’s Office is sending the truck to Co ... read more »

Senator Inhofe Talks Border Wall

Feb 01, 2019

Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe stopped by the Bartlesville Radio Station on Friday to discuss a wide-array of issues facing both our state and the nation. At the top of the list was the Government shutdown and the border wall. Inhofe realizes that the shutdown took its toll on a number of Go ... read more »

Letter to Free Fair Board to be Discussed

Feb 02, 2019

The Washington County Commissioner will review several letters in their first meeting of February when they convene on Monday. Those letters are addressed to Shannon Adcock, Kevin White, and Rebecca Moses regarding the Washington County Free Fair Board. From there, the commissioners will ackn ... read more »

Light Agenda Set for Dewey City Council Monday

Feb 02, 2019

The Dewey City Council has a relatively light agenda for their upcoming meeting on Monday. In the meeting, the council could take action on allowing staff to initiate the rezoning of two parcels of land. The floor will be opened to the public after the Dewey City Council discussed other business ... read more »

Items to be Revisited at Monday's Commissioner Meeting

Feb 01, 2019

The Osage County Commissioners will meet at the Pawhuska courthouse Monday morning to revisit some items that had been tabled in the past. The County Commissioners will consider making Kelly Bland, the Executive Director of Tourism, a full-time employee for the county. The County Commissioner ... read more »

KGGF Named Business of the Year in Coffeyville

Feb 01, 2019

There was a packed house at last night’s Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce Dinner with about 350 people in attendance. There were games, prizes and awards handed out. Our sister station in Coffeyville, Kansas, better known as KGGF or the Mighty 690, was honored as they were named Business of ... read more »

OKM Music Invites People to Attend Opus No 35

Feb 01, 2019

OKM Music invites you to join them for Opus No. 35 at the Circle Cinema Theater in Tulsa on Thursday, Feb. 28. Guests can enjoy a social hour at Circle Cinema beginning at 6 p.m. with light hors d’oeuvres, various drinks and great music by students from Harmony Project Tulsa. Marketing ... read more »

City Gives Update on Storm Water Drainage Project

Feb 01, 2019

City of Bartlesville crews are working in the downtown area to help prepare for the downtown storm water drainage project. According to Water Utilities Director Terry Lauritsen, the crews are currently performing “investigative-type digs” to confirm utility locations in the area. He s ... read more »

10 People Homeless After Overnight Fire

Feb 01, 2019

A structure fire in a two-story, multi-family dwelling at 405 S. Elm has left ten people homeless. The Coffeyville Fire Department responded just after midnight to the four-apartment structure, and upon arrival, heavy flames were visible. Fire crews began extinguishing the fire while a search was ... read more »

Central Hosts Tournament, Succeeds in Competition

Jan 31, 2019

Central Middle School hosted its first-ever robotics tournament earlier in January. 30 different VEX Robotics teams competed in the mixed high school and middle school event. Four teams from Central and two from Madison Middle School competed in the tournament. Central Principal Keri Gardner ... read more »

PHS Baseball Team Holding Fundraiser

Jan 31, 2019

The Pawhuska baseball team is having an Indian taco fundraiser dinner on Monday evening, Feb. 11 from 5-7 at the First Baptist Church of Pawhuska. The Jr. High and Sr. High teams are both participating in the fundraiser. Tickets to the event cost $10 a person and in addition to the food, ther ... read more »

Westside Community Center Needs Volunteers

Jan 31, 2019

Ticket proceeds for the 17th Annual “All That Jazz” fundraiser will go towards several programs at the Westside Community Center. Those programs are hosted by the Westside Community Center in Bartlesville to help young people in our local community. Executive Director Sharon Rees ... read more »

Republican Senate Highlights 2019 Focal Points

Jan 31, 2019

Bills have been filed and legislative sessions are rapidly approaching the nation as we press further into 2019. Bartlesville's Senator Julie Daniels says the Republican Senate has recently rolled out their four point for the Republican Caucus Agenda for this year. One point revolves aro ... read more »