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Bowl For Kids Sake Start Next Week

Feb 15, 2019

There's still time to join the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bartlesville's biggest fund raising effort to provide one-on-one mentors for local youth.   Area Director Charlene Dew says the funds raised with the Bowl for Kid's Sake event will provide long lasting friendships ... read more »

Constitutional Carry Passes Oklahoma House Floor

Feb 15, 2019

A big bill passes on the House Floor this week. District 10 Representative Judd Strom says everyone took a lot of time considering the Constitutional Carry House Bill 2597.   While it was very controversial, Strom believes everyone had a level head with the matter. The representative ... read more »

Dedication Ceremony to be Rescheduled

Feb 15, 2019

The Bartlesville Civitan Club’s dedication of the new pavilion at Civitan Park will be rescheduled due to inclement weather conditions on Friday.   Installation of the 20-foot by 44-foot pavilion was completed by UrbanHaus of Bartlesville at a cost of $30,775. Installation fees ... read more »

Tough Decisions Ahead for Bartlesville Senator

Feb 15, 2019

Bartlesville's Senator Julie Daniels says its all hands on deck in the capitol as another week of committee work approaches. This week Daniels says her Judiciary Committee saw 118 bills when in years prior it would only see 50 to 60 bills.   The excess in bills leaves Daniels wit ... read more »

Fincher Sponsors Bill for Extra Teacher Compensation

Feb 15, 2019

District 11 Representative Darrell Fincher met with the Delegation of Bartlesville Teachers recently. Senator Julie Daniels and House Representative Judd Strom also engaged in those discussions with Fincher. He says they talked about education and what's happening at the capitol.   ... read more »

Courthouse to be Top of Discussion Tuesday Morning

Feb 15, 2019

In light of President’s Day, the Board of Osage County Commissioners won’t meet until Tuesday at the courthouse in Pawhuska. The 10 o’ clock meeting looks to be another busy one for the commissioners. Kelly Bland, the Executive Director of Tourism for Osage County, will be o ... read more »

Weather is causing closings and cancellations

Feb 15, 2019

School is cancelled and activities are affected by the weather Check the list of closings and cancellations HERE ... read more »

Pawhuska Adding Electric Car Charging Station

Feb 14, 2019

The city of Pawhuska has seen a lot of growth in recent years. There have also been more people driving cars with alternative fuel in recent years. That is why the city of Pawhuska has decided to apply for a level two commercial grant that will be a charging station to fuel such cars. Sean We ... read more »

Dewey Heads to Kellyville for Districts

Feb 14, 2019

The Dewey Bulldoggers will head to Kellyville for the 3A district playoffs on Friday night. Despite its 7-15 record, Dewey has been playing good basketball of late having four of its last six games. The Doggers dropped Tuesday’s regular season finale to Caney in convincing fashion. No m ... read more »

Fast Track Course Coming to Tri County Tech

Feb 14, 2019

Adult Fast Track courses are quickly approaching Tri County Tech. Business Development Specialist Kyle Ppool says healthcare is a big industry right now and that there are always openings in that field. He says Tri County Tech has Fast Track courses that revolve around healthcare whether it be a ... read more »

No New Leads in 2017 Death of Nowata Man

Feb 14, 2019

An Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation inquiry remains open regarding the August 2017 death of Jerry Gering of Nowata, however no new information has surfaced. While social media speculation is ongoing, OSBI Public Information Officer Adam Witten says no new leads have been found. Gering&r ... read more »

Brecheisen Wins Kiss or Miss Sweetheart Drawing

Feb 14, 2019

Howard Brecheisen is the winner of Bartlesville Radio’s Kiss or Miss Grand Prize Sweetheart drawing. Brecheisen was excited to hear that he won on Thursday. A faithful listener to Bartlesville Radio, Brecheisen won a one night stay at the Million Dollar Inn in Pawhuska. He also claimed ... read more »

Green Thumb Nursery Couple Unearths True Love

Feb 14, 2019

While some people buy flowers for their loved ones during the month of love, two gardeners in Bartlesville have a love that is blossoming.   Jose Zarate is a landscaper at Green Thumb Nursery and his bride to be, Nicollette Begay, works as a retail worker. Zarate says the two met wh ... read more »

Representative Fincher Signs on to House Bills 1009

Feb 14, 2019

The National Board of Certified Teachers in District 11 wrote to their representative Darrell Fincher when House Bill 1009 came before a committee on which he serves. The bill seeks to add compensation for NBCTs. Fincher explains that NBCTs are teachers who have gone through a rigorous, expen ... read more »

KLIFE Breaks Ground for New Youth Facility

Feb 13, 2019

Bartlesville KLIFE broke ground for their new 8,000 square-foot activity center that will house the youth organization's programs.   Michele Robertson with Cable One and her husband Mark helped lead the way to make the $3 million facility possible on the 1.6 acres at 1815 Hillcr ... read more »