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Imposter Fraud Increasing

Sep 22, 2022

Imposter fraud is the fastest-growing scam targeting older adults. As inflation has squeezed paychecks and raised prices on everything, fraudsters are getting creative in how they approach someone for money. Their new tactics are causing even the most cynical person to fall for a scam. The mo ... read more »

Oldies & Goodies Car Show in Dewey on Sept 24

Sep 21, 2022

Mark your calendars and spruce up your classic cars for the 35th Annual Oldies 'n' Goodies Car Show to beheld on Saturday, September 24 from 8 am to 3 pm. There is no pre-registration to bring your car to the show -- just pay the $25 entry fee when you arrive to reserve your spot and ... read more »

Ice Cream Social at the Drummond House

Sep 22, 2022

I scream, you scream, we all scream ice cream this Saturday Sep 24 from 1-4 p.m. At the Fred and Addie Drummond home for the Ice Cream Social. The event is included in the regular price of getting into the Drummond. Prices are listed as $7 for adults, $5 for seniors 62 or older and $4 for stu ... read more »

Washington County Awards HVAC/BAS Bid to Vision Air

Sep 19, 2022

After reviewing the three bids opened last week for the installation of the HVAC and BAS systems for the Washington County Correctional Facility upgrade, the Washington County Board of Commissioners awarded the work to Vision Air of Tulsa for their bid of $391,497 for a Lennox system. The bid ... read more »

City of Dewey to Purchase new Sanitation Truck

Sep 19, 2022

The Public Works Authority of the City of Dewey met on Monday, September 19 for their regular meeting. At the meeting, the primary discussion was on the fact that the city has been struggling with repairs needed on both of its sanitation trucks. According to City Manager, Kevin Trease, the tr ... read more »

Protest at Courthouse to Bring Awareness to Fentanyl Use

Sep 21, 2022

A group plans to protest and bring awareness to the problems associated with the illegal use of Fentanul in Montgomery County. The protest will take place in front of the Montgomery County Courthouse on Thursday, September 22 at 8:30 am. Organizer Jessica Barlow says she became aware of the growi ... read more »

Washington County & City of Dewey Partner to Fix Road

Sep 19, 2022

The Washington County Commissioners and the City of Dewey entered into an inter-local agreement on Monday, September 19 to fix the roadways of 11th Street and Cherokee near the Washington County Fairgrounds. City Manager, Kevin Trease, said he approched Mitch Antle, Commissioner of District 1 ... read more »

Dewey City Council Happy With Sales Tax Revenues

Sep 19, 2022

The Dewey City Council held its regular meeting on Monday, September 19. During the meeting, the group was pleased to learn from City Manager Kevin Trease that sales tax was only down 4-tenths of a percent from this time last year. During the meeting, the council approved a 2023 REAP applicat ... read more »

Fitness with Tarah at Unity Square

Sep 21, 2022

The Young Professionals of Bartlesville is hosting a social event on September 26th at 6 pm in Unity Square, called Fitness with Tarah. Tarah Jones who teaches classes provided to the city by a grant through the Library Literacy Group, will be running the event. Jones described what the event ... read more »

Standing Bear Pow-Wow in Ponca City on Sept 23-24

Sep 21, 2022

Beginning Friday, September 23 and running through Saturday, Sept 24, one of the most important gatherings for Indigeous tribes located in north-central Oklahoma will be held at the arena next to the Standing Bear Park & Museum on 63 acres of woodland near Ponca City.  The event brin ... read more »

Bartlesville Community Meeting to be Held Sept 22

Sep 21, 2022

The next community meeting hosted by the Bartlesville Police Department will be Thursday, September 22 beginning at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at City Hall, 401 South Johnstone Avenue in downtown Bartlesville. At the meeting, the police department will introduce new members of the depa ... read more »

Booster Seat Check at Washington County Health Dept

Sep 21, 2022

Seat belts save adult lives and booster seats save children's lives but only if they are used correctly. To find out if your booster seat is safe for your child's weight or height and if it is installed correctly in your vehicle, the Washington County Health Department is offering an on-s ... read more »

Homebound Individuals Now Have Access to COVID Vaccines

Sep 21, 2022

A partnership between the Oklahoma Department of Human Sercices (OKDHA) and the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) will ensure that any homebound person who needs a COVID vaccine can now receive one from local nurses who will travel from county health department locations to homes to admi ... read more »

BPS and BPS Foundation on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Sep 21, 2022

  La Donna Chancellor with Bartlesville Public Schools and Blair Ellis with Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation appeared on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Wednesday.   The highlight of the program included LaDonna Chancellor telling listeners and viewers that Bartlesville school ... read more »

Bartlesville Police in Stand-off at Lee Lake

Sep 20, 2022

Bartlesville Police descalated a standoff situation at Lee Lake on Tuesday afternoon.  Around noon on Tuesday, Bartlesville PD responded to a call from a third party stating that they were approached by a homeless woman on the Disc Golf course near Lee Lake. Our own Chase McNutt was able ... read more »