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Learn Tai Chi at the Library

Jul 18, 2018

Here's your chance to learn Tai Chi from a Chinese Master.  Starting August first, Tai Chi Master Judy Fu will conduct classes every Wednesday morning at the Bartlesville Public Library.  Literacy Services Coordinator Karen Kerr-McGraw says classes will be held from 11 to 11:40 in t ... read more »

Domestic Incident Leads to Drug Charges

Jul 18, 2018

46 year-old Lisa Chaney of Bartlesville is charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.     A court affidavit indicates a Bartlesville police officer was sent to the area of Hensley and Sunset Monday evening about eight o'clock on a report of a domestic ... read more »

Bartlesville Middle School Receive Distinction

Jul 18, 2018

The Bartlesville Public Schools were honored to find out that their district held two of only three award winning Middle Schools in the state. Project Lead the Way, a curriculum for STEM programs; has announced that Madison Middle School, and Central Middle School are distinguished in the pro ... read more »

Public Farewell to Ed Gordon

Jul 17, 2018

After 27 years of service to the City of Bartlesville in many different departments of the city government, Ed Gordon has retired as City Manager. To honor his works of service, and dedication to the town, there will be a retirement party for Mr. Gordon on Wednesday August 1st at the Bartlesv ... read more »

Commissioners Take Steps to Bring More Tourism to the Osage

Jul 17, 2018

Tourism was the primary topic of discussion at this week's meeting of the Osage County Board of County Commissioners. Executive director for the tourism oversight committee Kelly Bland brought forward several items for approval from the Osage County tourism board.   A lengthy dis ... read more »