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Just Between Friends Consignment Sale Approaches

Feb 18, 2019

Just Between Friends Co-founder Daven Tackett and her husband Paul are in their 22nd year of helping families with children’s fashion and more. The couple will hold Tulsa's largest spring and summer consignment sale soon.    Tackett reflects on consignment sales past. ... read more »

Osage County Ready in Advance of Possible Snow Storm

Feb 18, 2019

Monday afternoon was too early to tell how much snow, if any will cause problems along Osage County roads, but Emergency Manager Jerry Roberts said his crew would be prepared for the worst. Because of last weeks freezing precipitation, Roberts said his crews didn't have to worry about get ... read more »

History Museum to Offer Spring Break Exhibits

Feb 18, 2019

The Bartlesville Area History Museum is offering an educational, informative, fun-filled two days for 2nd through 6th grade children during Spring Break. The event will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. on March 20 and 21.   On day one of the event, children will learn about the history of ... read more »

American Red Cross Looking for Donors

Feb 18, 2019

John Huckaby, spokesperson for the American Red Cross out of Tulsa, wants everybody to know this is an important time of the year to give blood. Aside from giving blood, the American Red Cross has various apps to help keep people safe. Huckaby says that because fewer people come to the Tu ... read more »

Sales Tax Rate to Reach Dewey City Council Tuesday

Feb 18, 2019

The Dewey City Council will discuss and possibly take action Tuesday to determine a price amount to present to voters to increase the city's sales tax rate. The increased sales tax rate is an effort to add more money into the City of Dewey's General Fund.   City Manager Kevin ... read more »

Washington County Board to Act on REAP Grant

Feb 18, 2019

The Washington County board of commissioners will accept Rural Economic Action Grant funding when it meets Tuesday morning.   The board will execute the contract for the project in district 2.  The board will also receive the sheriff's report for board of prisoners for the mont ... read more »

Bartlesville School Board Will Recognize ConocoPhillips

Feb 18, 2019

The Bartlesville School Board will recognize ConocoPhillips for its 100 thousand dollar donation when it meets Monday night.  The board will also spotlight the Varsity Cheer team and the Bartlesville High School Choir students.   Board members will revise the 2020 school calenda ... read more »

Chamber Reschedules Women's Event

Feb 17, 2019

The Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is reacting to the possibility of inclement weather and has rescheduled Tuesday's Celebration of Women event.  According to chamber officials, they took the action in the interest of safety for those who plan to attend.  The celebration ... read more »

Alfredo Herrera Will be Remembered

Feb 16, 2019

Former Bartlesville restaurateur, Alfredo Herrera died on Wednesday at the age of 74.  He opened his first restaurant at the age of 20.     Herrera later sold that business and along with three friends, decided to move to Chicago to work in the construction trades.&nbs ... read more »

Lt. Governor PInnell Urges More Tourism Investments

Feb 16, 2019

Washington County Republicans gathered Saturday morning to choose delegates to April's state party convention.  Lieutenant Governor, Matt Pinnell spoke to the party members about the importance of grassroots party activity.     Pinnell assured the party faithful th ... read more »

Tacos Maria Delays its Grand Opening

Feb 15, 2019

Weather has delayed the grand opening celebration for Tacos Maria at its new location.  Tacos Maria moved to the 3900 block of East Frank Phillips to the former location of Marco's Pizza.     KYFM had planned to broadcast from the restaurant this/Friday afternoon b ... read more »

OKWU Basketball Shoots for Conference Championship

Feb 15, 2019

Saturday marks the biggest game of the year for Oklahoma Wesleyan men’s basketball. The first-ranked Eagles take on No. 6 Southwestern in a winner-take-all battle for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season championship. The Eagles are looking to rebound after dropping thei ... read more »

Dempster and Foreman Enter Guilty Pleas

Feb 15, 2019

Two Bartlesville man entered guilty pleas on charges that date back to January 2018. Jeremy Dempster and Kenneth Foreman were originally charged with kidnapping, maiming, assault and battery and shooting with intent to kill for incident that took place in January 2018. Dempster entered a guil ... read more »

Osage Nation Museum Opens New Exhibit

Feb 15, 2019

The Osage Nation Museum in Pawhuska has a new exhibit that recently came to town, called “Patriot Nations.” Talon Satepauhoodle, Guest Services Representative for the museum, goes over a few of the things the museum has to offer. Director of the museum, Marla Redcornmiller, says t ... read more »

Congressman Mullin Backs Emergency Declaration

Feb 15, 2019

Second-district Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin is commenting on the president's decision ot declare a state of emergency at our southern border and directe funds to construct or repair as many as 234 miles of a border barrier.     Mullin says he supports the pres ... read more »