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Change Order Passes for Soccer Field Lighting Project

Jan 05, 2023

A change order adds monies to the Robinwood Soccer Field Lighting Project in Bartlesville. The Bartlesville City Council unanimously (5-0) approved the measure on Tuesday night. The project involves installing MUSCO field lighting on the south three soccer fields at Robinwood Park, located at ... read more »

Chamber: Eggs & Issues Set for February 17

Jan 05, 2023

The Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce will host a legislative briefing next month. The Eggs & Issues event will take place on Friday, Feb. 17 from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. at Tri County Tech, located at 6101 Nowata Road in Bartlesville. Our local delegation of State Senator Julie Dan ... read more »

Pothole closes part of a Tuxedo Blvd bridge

Jan 05, 2023

The inside, westbound lane of traffic over the Caney River Bridge on Tuxedo Boulevard is closed pending repairs after a pothole was reported this week.  Bartlesville’s Director of Engineering, Micah Siemers told the city council Tuesday night that staff closed off the westbound bridge ... read more »

Elder Care to Celebrate 40 Years

Jan 05, 2023

Bartlesville’s Elder Care will observe 40 years of serving people 60 years of age and older later this year.  That means that when people who turn 60 this year were still college aged when the local non-profit started serving the Batlesville area with its Daybreak program.  Speaki ... read more »

Congressman Brecheen Explains his votes

Jan 05, 2023

Representative-Elect Josh Brecheen released a statement after voting for Representatives Jim Jordan and Jim Banks against Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House of the 118th Congress.   According to Breceen , his message to Leader McCarthy has been—and continues ... read more »

Price Tower Gala tickets remain

Jan 05, 2023

Tickets remain for the Price Tower Gala Saturday, January 14th.   The event is a night of fun, music, dancing, art, top-shelf cash bar, and a menu by Wright Chef Nook.  It serves as a fund-raiser to allow the Price Tower board of directors to continue to keep the historic Frank Llo ... read more »

Something extra in your water bill

Jan 05, 2023

The city of Bartlesville has something extra for you in your January water bill.  In coordination with the Osage Landfill, the city is sending you a coupon for one free trip to the landfill.     It’s good all year, but there are some limitations.  You can&rs ... read more »

Parsons-Owen Joins Arvest Bank Bartlesville's Board

Jan 04, 2023

Kim Parsons-Owen joins Arvest Bank’s board of directors in Bartlesville after serving on the Arvest Nowata advisory board for the past year. In a statement, local Arvest Bank president Kim Moyer said: “We are thrilled to welcome Kim Parsons-Owen to our Bartlesville board. Kim& ... read more »

New Dollar General in Dewey May Open on Monday

Jan 04, 2023

City of Dewey officials provide an update on the new Dollar General being built on the northside of town. According to City Manager Kevin Trease, the store will open on Monday, January 9. Trease says the building has a letter of occupancy and it has gone through final inspections. He says the ... read more »

Schools Resume Classes, Students Ready to Learn

Jan 04, 2023

Students enrolled in the Bartlesville Public School District (BPSD) are back to roaming the hallways and getting to class in the knick of time after Christmas Break. These same students are excited to return to school. Here some of the students of BPSD share what it means to them to return to ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Seen On Domestic Abuse

Jan 04, 2023

A Bartlesville Man was seen in Washington County Court Wednesday for Domestic Abuse.  According to an affidavit, Benjamin Grant Barnes allegedly held down the victim with his forearm across the victim’s chest and neck while striking the victim’s head. Barnes took the victim&r ... read more »

Bartlesville Council Approvis Crisis Team Funding

Jan 04, 2023

The Bartlesville City Council voted to accept a Memorandum of Understanding between the city and Grand Mental Health to form a Crisis Intervention Response Team Program.  Teams would be comprised of mental health case managers and police officers paired to respond when a situation would call ... read more »

John Kane Looks Positively at Upcoming Session

Jan 04, 2023

The Oklahoma House of Representatives held its constitutionally-mandated organizational session on Tuesday.  State Representative John Kane says the house chose its leadership for the session.  When it comes to proposed legislation, Kane says he didn’t go to Oklahoma City this wee ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Seen On Multiple Felony Charges

Jan 04, 2023

James Anthony Clark II was seen in Washington County Court earlier this week on multiple felony charges. According to an affidavit, officers showed up to the hotel Clark II was staying at. When they knocked on the door a man answered asking who it was. The officers then identified as Bartlesv ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman Spits Blood on Officer

Jan 04, 2023

A Bartlesville woman was seen in Washington County Court this week on charges alleging public intoxication, and placing bodily wastes or fluids upon a government employee or contractor. According to an affidavit, Nicole Becerra was arrested around 3 am on a public intoxication on January 1st. ... read more »