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Local Internet Sleuth Discusses Tiger King 2, Don Lewis

Nov 24, 2021

An Ochelata man looks for justice amongst the chaos in season two of Tiger King. Jack "Ripper" Smith (pictured right), who grew up in Pawhuska, appears as an internet sleuth in the Netflix documentary. Ripper wants to get to the bottom of the cold case surrounding Don Lewis, Ca ... read more »

Wash. Co. Commissioners to Meet on Monday

Nov 26, 2021

The Washington County Commissioners have a light meeting scheduled following the Thanksgiving holiday. In their next meeting, the Washington County Commissioners may approve a report to officers from the Adult Drug Court for the month of October 2021. The Commissioners will meet on Monday ... read more »

Guns of Glory Participates in Black Friday

Nov 26, 2021

Local businesses participate in Black Friday shopping. Guns of Glory is one of the many businesses participating in Black Friday. Executive Director David Romine says they are selling ammo. He says there are no limits for 9mm Sarsilmaz 124 grain for $24.99 a box, which is 50 rounds. The a ... read more »

Tri County Tech Robotics Thankful for Rotary Club

Nov 26, 2021

The Bartlesville Rotary Club is a long-time sponsor of Tri County Tech’s FIRST Robotics program. This week, they gifted the program with a $500 sponsorship. The sponsorship was received by Kendall Baker, Tri County Tech’s Pre-Engineering Instructor and Jeannette Slater, Tri County ... read more »

Salvation Army to Prepare for Angel Tree Deliveries

Nov 26, 2021

The Salvation Army of Bartlesville shifts its focus to Christmas giving. Captain Ian Carr says the Salvation Army will begin organizing and strategizing for its Angel Tree program on Monday, Dec. 6. He says the program is meant to give families in need the gifts their kiddos are hoping for fo ... read more »

Tulsa Christkindlemarkt to Take Place Dec. 2 to Dec. 5

Nov 26, 2021

The German-American Society of Tulsa is ready for its 2021 Christkindlmarkt. Christkindlmarkt is a premier German tradition in the heart of Midtown Tulsa. Authentic German food, Gluehwein, imported German goods, and over 24 vendors and artisans to shop with. Hours for the event are: Dec. 3 fr ... read more »

Home for Thanksgiving: Travel Returns for Holiday

Nov 24, 2021

Thanksgiving travel makes a comeback. People from all over are traveling back to the area for the holiday. Loren, from Oklahoma City is visiting family in Bartlesville and Nowata for the next few days. Meanwhile, Katie is returning home from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to see family, as is Annie ... read more »

Woolaroc's Wonderland of Lights Kick Off on Friday

Nov 24, 2021

The Christmas spirit at Woolaroc in Osage County is set to light up soon. Woolaroc CEO Kevin Hoch says Wonderland of Lights will open for the season on Friday, Nov. 26. Hoch invites you and your family to see approximately 750,000 lights brighten the grounds. He encourages you to become part ... read more »

2021 Holiday Market Set in Bartlesville for Nov. 26, 27

Nov 25, 2021

The Johnstone-Sare Building in downtown Bartlesville will be the site of the 2021 Holiday Market. Over 50 vendors will be on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the Johnstone-Sare building at 100 SW Frank Phillps Boulevard. There will be fresh-roasted nuts, coffee, cider, jewelry, custom gifts, skincare ... read more »

Future Northeast Oklahoma Sites for Mobile Health Unit

Nov 25, 2021

Free public health services will be offered throughout December in locations across northeast Oklahoma as the Oklahoma State Department of Health District 4 continues to utilize its newly-acquired mobile wellness unit. OSDH District 4 serves an eight-county region including Craig, Delaware, M ... read more »

Gov. Stitt Addresses Oklahomans on Thanksgiving Day

Nov 25, 2021

Governor Kevin Stitt addresses Oklahomans on Thanksgiving Day. In a fallen world that reminds us of injustice and hurt, Gov. Stitt wanted to offer hope this holiday. Stitt says he always asks God for wisdom and discernment through prayer. He encourages us to pray, give thanks, in live in unit ... read more »

The Issacs to Perform at Bartlesville First Baptist

Nov 25, 2021

The Issacs, who were recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, are coming to Bartlesville. Wade Daniels with Bartlesville First Baptist Church says the multi-award winning family has been performing together for 35-years from Henderson, Texas, and beyong. He says they ... read more »

Bartlesville United Way Food Drive to Conclude Soon

Nov 25, 2021

Bartlesville Regional United Way (BRUW) is getting closer to wrapping up its Holiday Can Food Drive. You can donate canned and non-perishable dry goods at BRUW, 415 E. Silas Street, or at Hearing Life, 2230 SE Washington Boulevard, Suite 101, in Bartlesville, after the holiday. BRUW is lo ... read more »

34th Annual Bartlesville Motorcycle Toy Run Dec. 4th

Nov 25, 2021

  Thirty-four years of giving will be celebrated on Saturday, December 3, as the 34th Annual Bartlesville Motorcycle Toy Run steps off at 2pm.   Please drop off a toy for child at the staging area which is the parkling lot near Arby's at 3005 SE Frank Phillips Blvd in Ba ... read more »

Formal Arraignment Passed in Child Sex Abuse Case

Nov 24, 2021

The formal arraignment for a Bartlesville man accused of child sexual abuse has been pushed to January 2022. Jeremy Inda appeared in court early this month and waived his 30 day requirement which allowed the matter to be passed. Inda is charged with felony child sexual abuse. The defendant wa ... read more »