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ConocoPhillips CEO, Chairman to Speak at Forum

Aug 16, 2019

The Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce’s Forum Series continues next month and ConocoPhillips will be the center of attention. ConocoPhillips Chairman and CEO Ryan Lance will be giving an update on the company at the Chamber’s brunch.  Lance told KWON last year after the Fo ... read more »

New Law to Give Important Breast Cancer Information

Aug 16, 2019

Beginning November 1, a new law takes effect to help Oklahoma women be better informed about a condition that can make breast cancer difficult to detect. A ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 443, known as Nancy’s Law, was recently held at the state Capitol. The legislation is named for N ... read more »

Bartlesville Selects New Pom Coaches

Aug 15, 2019

The BPSD Athletic Department has announced it will recommend the hiring of new coaches Meredith Brown and Kayla Saucedo to lead the Pom squad.  A Bartlesville native, Meredith Brown graduated from Bartlesville High School in 2016. She has been dancing since the age of two and is trained ... read more »

Free Kids Shoes at HPBC Carnival

Aug 15, 2019

For the second consecutive year Highland Park Baptist Church and First Step Shoe Ministry are teaming up to put new shoes on the feet of local kids for free. Highland Park is hosting its annual back-to-school free carnival featuring some of the regular fanfare like bounce houses, face painting, b ... read more »

Pawhuska Schools Partnering Up With Police Department

Aug 15, 2019

School safety is an ever-growing concern across the country and Pawhuska Public Schools, along with the Pawhuska Police Department, are partnering up to do all they can to keep their students safe. Police Chief Nick Silva explains what they will be doing this year.   Pawhuska Superin ... read more »

Relationship with Cherokee Nation Integral for County

Aug 15, 2019

Now that the new members of the Cherokee Nation Council have been sworn into office, everyone is looking forward to getting to work. Washington County's District 2 Commissioner Mike Bouvier said it is important to further the relationship the County has with the Cherokee Nation. He said i ... read more »

Pawhuska Police Department Working More Wrecks

Aug 15, 2019

Pawhuska Police Chief Nick Silva recently spoke about how things have been going down at the station. He said that his officers took more than 1,100 phone calls for some type of service in the month of July.   Silva said that one thing he is wanting his officers to do more of is resp ... read more »

Sixty-Eight Bartlesville Students Attend Band Camp

Aug 15, 2019

Now that school is back in session, local communities can focus on what students will achieve with a new school year. Bartlesville band students bring excellence to a new school year after they attended a week-long band camp at the University of Arkansas over the summer. The camp had the larg ... read more »

Another Day of Voting is Open for Martha's Task

Aug 15, 2019

Another day of voting is upon us as Martha's Task continues to ask for your support in helping them receive a $25,000 grant. Martha's Task in Bartlesville is one of the Top 200 finalists in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist $25,000 grant program and voting opened Wednesday. Executive ... read more »

Osage County Sheriff's Office Warns of Scam

Aug 15, 2019

The Osage County Sheriff’s Office wants to warn residents of phone calls from someone who claims to be from the social security administration. When that call is disconnected, the Sheriff’s Office says that a follow up call is made from a local number claiming to be the Osage County S ... read more »

Daycare Worker Allegedly Bites Child

Aug 14, 2019

A Bartlesville daycare worker was arrested after allegedly biting a child. Ashley Estes appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday facing a felony charge of child abuse. According to an affidavit, the incident occurred at the Kiddie Corner Learning Center on Creek Avenue in Bar ... read more »

Lane closures Planned on Madison Boulevard for Sewer Line Project

Aug 15, 2019

Lane closures planned for Madison Boulevard near Harvard Avenue beginning Monday will facilitate an ongoing sewer line replacement project underway in the area, Director of Engineering Micah Siemers said this week.   “Triangle construction will be closing the southbound ... read more »

SchoolSAFE ID Comes to Dewey Public Schools

Aug 14, 2019

School starts for several area schools this Thursday. Dewey Superintendent Vince Vincent talks about safety in the infancy of a new school year. He asks for your patience and that you pay attention to safety signs and speed limits in school zones. Bartlesville Public School will be in ses ... read more »

Pawhuska Library a Place to Come to do Research

Aug 14, 2019

Library Director for the city of Pawhuska, Yvonne Rose, gave an overview on what has been happening at the public library. She explained that there have been people coming in near and far to do research.   Rose says she seen people come from Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, California, Ke ... read more »

Senators Lankford, Inhofe Praise Nomination of Jodi Dishman

Aug 14, 2019

Senators James Lankford (R-OK) and Jim Inhofe (R-OK) announced their support of President Trump’s intent to nominate Jodi Dishman to serve as US District Court Judge for the Western District of Oklahoma.   “Jodi’s extensive experience makes her a well-qual ... read more »