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Halloween Weekend Events to Consider

Oct 28, 2022

Halloween weekend is coming up and there are a variety of organizations offering a way to celebrate it safely. Here is a list of places to consider:   Saturday, October 29 Richard Kane YMCA Floating Pumpkin Patch 11:30 am to 2 pm  at 101 North Osage Avenue in Bartlesvil ... read more »

Wesleyan Kiddie College Maintains Top-Level Rating

Oct 29, 2022

First Wesleyan Church of Bartlesville is thrilled to announce that Kiddie College will become a 5-star child-care center effective 1/1/2023!    Being a 5-Star rated center is now the highest available rating for child-care programs in Oklahoma. Kiddie College was a 3-Star center ... read more »

REQUEST AN EMERGENCY BALLOT FOR THE NOVEMBER 8, 2022, GENERAL ELECTION & CITY OF BARTLESVILLE WARD 2, WARD 3 AND WARD 4 ELECTION

Oct 29, 2022

  Registered voters who become physically incapacitated after 5:00 p.m. Monday, October  24,  and cannot make it to the polls, still have an opportunity to cast their ballot.    Washington County Election Board Secretary Yvonne House, said that state law permi ... read more »

Huskies Roll Adair; Clinch Playoff Berth

Oct 28, 2022

Pawhuska traveled to Adair to take on the Warriors in a playoff-clinching game for the Huskies. Pawhuska would cruise to a 46-18 victory in route to ending the rest of class 2A’s playoffs hopes and dreams.  Pawhuska would waste no time in putting points on the board. Scoring on its ... read more »

October 31 Meeting of Washington County Commissioners Preview

Oct 28, 2022

The regular weekly meeting of the Washington County Commissioner to be held at 9:30 am on Monday, October 31 will cover several items regarding funding for programs in the county. In addition to the funding considerations, the Commissioners will address the OSU Extension Agreement between the uni ... read more »

Coffeyville Refinery Gets Partial Victory in Clean Air Fight with Kansas

Oct 28, 2022

  Ten years after the Coffeyville Resources Refining & Marketing company in Kansas agreed to a $1 million EPA fine for air emissions violations, the company finds itself back in court where it recently scored a partial victory.   OKEnergyToday.com reports that once again ... read more »