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OKM Music to Hold Virtual Launch Party on Friday

Mar 27, 2019

OKM Music will launch the full line up for their 35th Annual Music Festival on Friday. OKM Music Chairman Mary Lynn Mihm said this year's launch party will be a be different. This year OKM Music will have a virtual launch party.   Mihm said that OKM Music has never had a virtual ... read more »

Bartlesville Schools Hold Meeting to Talk About Upcoming Bond

Mar 27, 2019

The Bartlesville School Board held a meeting Wednesday afternoon to discuss the possible bond coming up later this year. Superintendent Chuck McCauley led the discussion and told everybody in attendance the bond is expected to cost around $15 million. McCauley said of that $15 million, he exp ... read more »

Man Charged with Possession of Child Pornography

Mar 27, 2019

Jeremy Bush has been arrested and charged with allegedly manufacturing child pornography, possession of child pornography, possessing a peeping Tom or clandestine electronic device, possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana.   On March 24, the victim found a hidden AO ... read more »

Hern Talks About the Mueller Report Findings

Mar 27, 2019

The results from the Mueller Report in recent days have shown that there was no Russian collusion with President Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential Election. Oklahoma Representative Kevin Hern said that the Mueller Report was a waste of taxpayer dollars.   Hern said he voted in a ... read more »

Two Receive Prestigious Scouting Award Tuesday

Mar 27, 2019

The Cherokee Area Council Boy Scouts of America held their Volunteer Recognition Banquet Tuesday night in Bartlesville's St. John Catholic Church. Doug Patterson (pictured right) and John Houk received the prestigious Silver Beaver Award during the banquet. The Silver Beaver Award is given to ... read more »

Bartlesville Fire Chief Gives Update

Mar 27, 2019

Bartlesville Fire Chief John Banks was at Monday’s City Planning Commission meeting to talk about how his department has been doing. One thing Banks spoke about was the importance of having safe access when traveling down a dead end road. Banks added that it is difficult for his cre ... read more »

Mullin Votes to Uphold Veto

Mar 27, 2019

The U. S. House failed to ovrerturn President Trump's veto of the congressional disapproval resolution concerning his declaration of an emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border.  Congressman Mullin says it is outrageous the Pelosi Democrats in the House want to keep the President of the Unite ... read more »

"Nanyahi" Film to be Honored

Mar 27, 2019

The Oklahoma Movie Hall of Fame will recognize the award-winning short film "Nanyehi" for sharing the compelling story of legendary Cherokee Nancy Ward.   The short film will be inducted into the Oklahoma Movie Hall of Fame during a ceremony on Friday, April 20th at the Rox ... read more »

All Lanes Open Along U.S. 60 Bridge in Bartlesville

Mar 26, 2019

All lanes of east and westbound US-60 opened to traffic Tuesday evening at the Caney River Bridge in Bartlesville. Drivers should continue to be alert to Oklahoma Department of Transportation crews and equipment continuing work in the Adams Boulevard corridor, along with lowered speed limits, thr ... read more »

Boys and Girls Club Opens Harley Party Ticket Sale

Mar 26, 2019

The Boys and Girls Club will hold their 9th Annual Harley Party in April to raise funds for their mission to serve children. Tickets went on sale Monday and there are only 1,000 tickets on sale.   Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville CEO Jason Barta says your ticket could gives you a ... read more »

Bartlesville Road Projects Wrapping Up

Mar 26, 2019

There are a lot of street projects going on in the city of Bartlesville and Director of Engineering Micah Siemers was at the Bartlesville Radio Studios on Monday to give an update on how some of those projects were coming along. He first addressed the ongoing construction along Price Road. &n ... read more »

Technology Maintenance Major Focus of Potential Bond

Mar 26, 2019

The Bartlesville Board of Education will hold a special midday meeting Wednesday to discuss a Bond Issue Election. Bartlesville Public School's Superintendent Chuck McCauley says this potential bond would add to current funds that will help the school district with its needs. McCauley says th ... read more »

Sewer, Storm System Projects Making Progress

Mar 26, 2019

Water Utilities Director Terry Lauritsen said work continues on the sanitary sewer and storm water drainage projects near the Bartlesville Community Center. Work on the sanitary sewer installation project started on Silas Street and has progressed south to Adams Boulevard. Lauritsen said this pro ... read more »

Rep. Hern to Provide Services to Constituents Friday

Mar 26, 2019

Oklahoma's First Congressional District Representative Kevin Hern has announced that he will hold mobile office hours in Bartlesville and Dewey. Caseworkers from Hern's office will be available Friday, March 29th to help constituents dealing with federal agencies.   Hern said ... read more »

Schedule Released for Friday Groundbreaking Ceremony

Mar 26, 2019

A groundbreaking ceremony for the highly anticipated Tower Center at Unity Square project will take place Friday in Bartlesville. The space, designed by Ambler Architects, will unite Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic Price Tower Arts Center and the nearby Taliesin-designed Bartlesville Communit ... read more »