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Free Craft Classes Coming to Bartlesville Library

Feb 13, 2024

Two free adult craft classes are coming to the Bartlesville Public Library on Tuesday, March 19th. Those wishing to join will make river rock centerpieces by painting designs on river rocks and then attaching that to a metal design to hold cards or photos.   The classes, which will b ... read more »

COMMUNITY CONNECTION: Bartlesville Art Association

Feb 13, 2024

The Bartlesville Art Association is always busy with events around the community, including a 3-day advanced watercolor workshop by a renowned French artist beginning on Feb. 21, a local artist's show at the Price Tower where Jon Lindblom's work is being displayed through March 24, or hol ... read more »

Presidents' Day City Schedule

Feb 13, 2024

City offices will be closed Monday, Feb. 19, and Monday trash routes will be amended to Wednesday, Feb. 21, due to the Presidents' Day holiday. Monday trash route customers will need to place their trash at the normal collection point by 6 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 21, for collection during ... read more »

OKWU Community Event - How Jesus Saves: Atonement for Ordinary People

Feb 13, 2024

The Lenten season is here, and as many in the community focus in on Jesus' sacrifice, there may be several unanswered questions about redemption through Christ's death. Appearing on KWON's Community Connection on Tuesday, Oklahoma Wesleyan University Associate Professor of Pastoral Th ... read more »

Boys and Girls Club Enrollment Now Open

Feb 13, 2024

While enrollment for next school year is underway, so are the after school clubs. Being sure not to be left behind, the Bartlesville Boys and Girls Club is now opening their enrolment. For more information call 918-336-3636 or to register visit Online.TraxSolutions.com.   ... read more »

Pizza Party! But Make It Diet Friendly

Feb 13, 2024

Everyone loves pizza. It’s only one of the most popular foods in America with 350 slices eaten per second and 40% eaten once per week. But how can that be healthy? Stacy Dawson, a Family and Consumer Sciences Educator at the Washington County OSU Extension Office, will show you just HOW ... read more »

2 Bartlesville Residents Arrested in Kansas, Accused of Drug Trafficking

Feb 13, 2024

Two Bartlesville residents are in a Kansas jail on possible drug trafficking charges. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says at approximately 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8, a deputy performed a routine traffic stop on U.S. Highway 75, 3 miles south of Independence. According to the repo ... read more »

Washington Cove Boat Ramp Re-opens

Feb 13, 2024

After a long closure due to low water levels, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reopened the Copan Lake's Washington Cove boat ramp on Monday.   A nearly year-and-a-half long drought reduced Copan Lake levels to almost 8 feet below normal, causing the Corps of Engineers to close b ... read more »

District One Commissioner Everett Piper Resigns

Feb 12, 2024

At Monday's Board of Osage County Commissioners meeting, District One Commissioner Everett Piper announced that he will be resigning from his post on March 31. Piper cited that he has had a lot on his plate and it is difficult juggling all of those things at once. Piper went on to ta ... read more »

UPDATE: Katie Vaclaw Found Safe

Feb 11, 2024

UPDATE:  A Bartlesville family has been reconnected.   40-year old Katie Vaclaw hadn't been seen since attending a prom event in Tulsa for those with special needs, but a family member has said Katie has been found and is safe, as of Monday afternoon. After being found a ... read more »

Nowata County Sheriff's Office Receives Donation

Feb 12, 2024

The Nowata County Commissioners met Monday morning in what was a standard, run of the mill meeting. The Commissioners approved a notice to proceed on ARPA funds for a sheriff repeater cabinet, installation, and supplies. The Commissioners approved a donation to the Nowata county sheriff&rsquo ... read more »

Filing Period Open for Ninth Osage Congress

Feb 10, 2024

The filing period opened on Tuesday for those wishing to run for a seat in the Osage Nation Congress. This year, there will be six open Congressional seats that will be carrying a four-year term for the ninth Osage Congress. Through Monday evening, five candidates had filed to run for the open se ... read more »

Osage Commissioners Approve Financial Report, Sign Grant Application

Feb 12, 2024

At Monday's Board of Osage County Commissioners meeting, Board members reviewed the second quarter financial statement for the 2024 fiscal year. Before signing and approving that report, Nutrition Director Kyme Vincent spoke on how things had been going in recent months. At Monday's m ... read more »

Washington Co. Commissioners Accept Bids

Feb 12, 2024

The Washington County Commissioners met for their regular Monday meeting – they awarded bids and went over an unusually high bid. The Commissioners awarded accepted quotes for an asphalt overlay project in a county owned property near the OSU Extension Office. They also accepted quotes ... read more »

CITY MATTERS: Water Supply Update and More

Feb 12, 2024

Bartlesville City Manager Mike Bailey, Community Development Director Larry Curtis, Chief Financial Officer Jason Muninger and Water Utilities Director Terry Lauritsen were our guests on Monday's episode of City Matters on KWON. Curtis provided an update on the city's Comprehensive Pl ... read more »