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Dewey Man Charged for Assaulting Woman with a Shoe

Mar 05, 2020

A Dewey man appeared before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday facing a domestic assault and battery charge. According to an affidavit, a Washington County Deputy responded to a call just after 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday in reference to a domestic disturbance. The victim report ... read more »

Chili's Remembers Life of Former Employee, Friend

Mar 05, 2020

Chili's Grill & Bar in Bartlesville remembered the life of a 23-year-old Bartlesville native on Tuesday night. General Manager Tasha Foreman said the restaurant's giveback event was for the family of Morgan Sproul. She said Chili's has known the Sproul family for a very long t ... read more »

Construction to Impact RSU Bartlesville Parking Lot

Mar 05, 2020

Rogers State University announced on Thursday that construction near the RSU Bartlesville Campus parking lot will require parking in designated areas only beginning on Monday, March 9th. The parking lot is located directly across from the First Baptist Church on Cherokee Street. A timeline ha ... read more »

Silva Cleared on Charges in Washington County

Mar 05, 2020

The Washington County District Attorney's Office has elected not to pursue charges against former Pawhuska Police Chief Nick Silva, who was fired in mid-January amid an OSBI investigation.   The investigation centered around the relationship between Silva and a confidential infor ... read more »

Trail of Tears Presentation Coming to History Museum

Mar 05, 2020

In partnership with Cherokee Nation Businesses and Cherokee Heritage Center, the Bartlesville Area History Museum proudly presents “Trail of Tears: A Story of Cherokee Removal” beginning March 17th. The free exhibit is open to the public through June 2020. Travis Owens, the Di ... read more »

Washington County is Fastest Growing County in Oklahoma

Mar 05, 2020

According to USAToday.com, Washington County is the fastest growing county in the Sooner State. Using data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, 24/7 Wall Street had reviewed GDP changes from 2013 to 2018 at the county and county equivalent level to identify the fastest growing local economy ... read more »

Dance for Freedom Showcase to Combat Human Trafficking

Mar 04, 2020

The Dance for Freedom Showcase in Bartlesville will give dancers the opportunity to raise awareness and fight human trafficking. Janiece Montgomery, the Executive Director and Founder of Dance for Freedom, said this will also be an opportunity for the public to see a great dance showcase, sup ... read more »

Ramona Man Charged with Animal Cruelty

Mar 04, 2020

A man taking care of three malnourished dogs was arrested on a felony charge of animal cruelty. Joshua Breedlove of Ramona appeared out of custody at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday. According to an affidavit, a neighbor reported seeing three malnourished looking dogs that were ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged With Domestic Abuse by Strangulation

Mar 04, 2020

A Bartlesville man picked up a charge of domestic abuse by strangulation. Raymond Clark appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday facing the felony count. Court documents claim that Clark got into an altercation with a woman he was in a dating relationship with. It is alleged ... read more »

BPD Traffic Unit to Conduct Vehicle Safety Checks Soon

Mar 04, 2020

Random vehicle safety checks will occur in the City of Bartlesville in a week from Friday. According to Sergeant Jim Warring with the Bartlesville Police Department, the BPD's Traffic Unit will be conducting these random vehicle safety checks at random check point locations throughout the ... read more »

County Commissioner Goes to Washington for Conference

Mar 04, 2020

District Two Commissioner for Osage County, Kevin Paslay, was able to go to the 2020 National Association of Counties Conference in Washington D.C. this week. As Paslay was leaving for his trip for a second consecutive year, Paslay said he was looking forward to talking with other county leaders ... read more »

Wood Chipper Rolls Over on SE Adams Boulevard

Mar 04, 2020

A wood chipper rolled over on SE Adams Road in Bartlesville on Wednesday afternoon. According to the Bartlesville Police Department, the owner of the wood chipper turned too sharply out of the parking lot of Burger King around 1:15 p.m. That caused the wood chipper to roll over on the roadway ... read more »

Lighthouse Outreach Center Invites All to Lunch

Mar 04, 2020

The Lighthouse Outreach Center in Bartlesville invites you to see first-hand what life is like in their facility. On Thursday, March 12th from noon to 1:00 p.m., the Lighthouse will hold their “I Had No Idea Lunch and Tour.” Space is limited and fills up quickly. To RSVP, call ... read more »

Pursuenalitea 2020 Set to Take Place in Late April

Mar 04, 2020

Since the Mardi Gras 2020 celebration in Bartlesville, Martha's Task is shifting gears to an event that is sure to bring out the best personality in anyone. Laura Walton, the Executive Director of Martha's Task, said the non-profit's Pursenalitea 2020 fundraiser features a high te ... read more »

Bartlesville Schools Superintendent to Receive Oklahoma Medal for Excellence Award

Mar 04, 2020

The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence has announced the winners of its 2020 Oklahoma Medal for Excellence awards honoring five outstanding educators in Oklahoma’s public schools. The awards will be presented at the foundation’s 34th annual Academic Awards Banquet on May 16 at the ... read more »