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Cabinet Secretaries, Legislators Answer Gov. Stitt's Call to Donate Convalescent Plasma to Help Fight COVID-19

Aug 12, 2020

Governor Kevin Stitt says cabinet secretaries and state legislators who have recovered from COVID-19 have answered his call for convalescent plasma donations and will be making donations at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 12 at Oklahoma Blood Institute, 901 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73104.& ... read more »

Tulsa State Fair Canceled

Aug 12, 2020

Officials with The Tulsa State Fair announced on Tuesday, August 11th that the fair will be canceled because of concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.   There will be no midway but there are possible options are still being considered for the livestock and the "Made In Oklah ... read more »

Equine Wellness Event to be Held in Bartlesville

Aug 12, 2020

Hogan Equine is excited to bring a one-of-a-kind event to the Bartlesville Community Center, Saturday, August 29th. “Finding Connection - An Emotional Intelligence Workshop,” is an interactive experience that uses wild horses to teach self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and pe ... read more »

Oklahoma Union: Starting School Off Right

Aug 12, 2020

The Arvest Foundation recently announced a $5,000 contribution to Oklahoma Union Public Schools. Arvest local branch manager Stacy Slocter presented the check to Oklahoma Union Superintendent Brenda Taylor. In a statement, Slocter said: “It is our pleasure to present this donation o ... read more »

Anheuser-Busch Supplies Dewey Fire with Water

Aug 11, 2020

Anheuser-Busch supplied a local volunteer fire department with a pallet of drinking water last Friday. Cody Meade, the Assistant Fire Chief for the Dewey Fire Department, said they are extremely grateful for the water. He said the blessing behind the water is that it will be used to help hydr ... read more »

Preliminary Hearing Held in Murder-for-Hire Case

Aug 11, 2020

A Bartlesville man accused of plotting a scheme to hire someone to kill his ex-wife was bound over for district court arraignment on Tuesday. Clinton Kohout had a preliminary hearing held at the Washington County Courthouse. The victim was called to the stand and testified that the defendant ... read more »

Pawhuska Schools Eyes Bleacher Repairs

Aug 11, 2020

Pawhuska’s football field got new turf no more than a few years ago, but it is the bleachers on the home side that now needs attention. Superintendent David Cash told his board Monday night just how dire the situation is. With the historical significance of the home side bleachers, Cas ... read more »

Burnett to Bound Over on Three Felony Charges

Aug 11, 2020

Probable cause was found on three felony counts including child neglect and conspiracy against Kendall Burnett during a preliminary hearing at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday. Two Bartlesville Police officers were called to the stand as witnesses and gave accounts of the arrest of Bur ... read more »

US169 Reopens Following Vehicle Accident

Aug 11, 2020

The southbound lane of U.S. Highway 169 at County Road East 165 north of Nowata was closed due to a single vehicle collision on Tuesday afternoon. The roadway closed just before 1:00 p.m. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the closure lasted over an hour. Trooper Mitch Callahan and Trooper Stev ... read more »

Sub Accounts Created for Elementary Teachers

Aug 11, 2020

The Dewey Public Schools Board of Education recently approved additional Activity Fund sub accounts for each Elementary School Homeroom Teacher. Superintendent Vince Vincent explained that this effort was in response to all the grants that the District's teachers are getting. While DPS ap ... read more »

Pawhuska Board of Education Discusses COVID-19

Aug 11, 2020

The Pawhuska School Board met Monday evening and at the top of everybody’s mind was the safest way to send students back to school next week. Dr. Cameron Rumsey spoke to the board and addressed several issues regarding the virus, including the importance of spreading out while in groups ... read more »

PODCAST: Rep Hern Talks Equal Opportunity First Amendment Act and COVID-19

Aug 11, 2020

Representative Kevin Hern (OK-01) called into our Bartlesville Radio studios Tuesday to talk about some new legislation he recently introduced and to voice his concern and frustration when it comes to the U.S. House of Representatives leadership and their unwillingness to negotiate realistically ... read more »

Tuesday COVID-19 Update

Aug 11, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 765 new COVID-19 cases across the state on Tuesday. 13 new deaths are being listed in Oklahoma, including one in Tulsa County and Rogers County. The OSDH says 530 Oklahomans are in the hospital due to COVID-19.  Washington County is r ... read more »

Chamber Gala to be Held August 20th

Aug 11, 2020

The Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce’s 116th Awards & Gala is set to take place on Thursday, August 20th, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. The event will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Bartlesville. The Leadership Bartlesville Class of XXIX graduation will take place, and it will ... read more »

Gov. Stitt Donates Convalescent Plasma, Issues Call to Oklahomans Who Have Recovered from COVID-19

Aug 11, 2020

Governor Kevin Stitt is issuing a call to Oklahomans who have recovered from COVID-19 to join him in donating convalescent plasma to help more patients recover. Gov. Stitt recently made a plasma donation at the Oklahoma Blood Institute donor center in Enid. (Video footage is available for dow ... read more »