Back

News

News

Arvest Foundation Contributes $3,000 to Family HealthCare Clinic

Sep 16, 2022

The Arvest Foundation recently announced a $3,000 contribution to Family HealthCare Clinic. Arvest Bank marketing manager Stevie Williams presented the check to Molly Collins, executive director of Family HealthCare Clinic. “It is an honor to present this check on behalf of the Arvest F ... read more »

Osage County Free Fair -Day Two

Sep 15, 2022

It's day two of the Osage County Free Fair and buildings open at 9 am to the public. Day two is School Day so expect lots of students running around on what may be their first Field Trip Day of the school year. A morning circus performance will take up most of the early hours of the Fair. ... read more »

City Board of Adjustment Meeting Cancelled

Sep 15, 2022

In accordance with the Open Meetings Act, the City of Bartlesville has announced that the CIty Board of Adjustment meeting originally planned for Thursday, September 22 has been cancelled. No date has been posted for the next meeting. ... read more »

ARC Seeks African-American Donors for Blood Drive

Sep 15, 2022

September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month and the American Red Cross is partnering with a variety of organizations that research and combt the disease by offering blood donor sites specifically for African-Americans who most often are the genetic group impacted by sickle cell disease. Accordin ... read more »

Marijuana Initiative Not Likely to be Be on November Ballot

Sep 15, 2022

Four complaints issued by very different organizations have become barriers to the marijuana initiative making it onto the upcoming ballot for the November 8 mid-term election. One of the challenges was issued by Oklahoma Farm Bureau, who protested that the title and description to be used on ... read more »

PODCAST: Sen. James Lankford

Sep 15, 2022

  US Senator for Oklahoma, James Lankford (R) called into our Bartlesville Radio Studios for our monthly podcast.   Our topics ranged from the economy, to the border, big tech and more.  Here are a couple of topics we covered more deeply:   Senator Lankford ... read more »

Bartlesville High School Student Named National Merit Semifinalist

Sep 15, 2022

  The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced that Bartlesville High School senior Joyce Yang has been named a Semifinalist in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.   Joyce is the daughter of Lucy and Qing Yang. She is the Student Body President, Inter ... read more »

Arvest Bank to Host Shred Event to Support United Way

Sep 15, 2022

  Arvest Bank will host a Shred-A-Thon event on Thursday, Sept. 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. north of the Arvest Bank east side location at 4001 SE Adams Rd. Documents can be brought for shredding and monetary donations will be accepted to support Arvest’s United Way campaign. ... read more »

Pillow Plant Shutdown, Puts 60 Out of Work in Bartlesville

Sep 15, 2022

Nearly 60 workers will lose their jobs with the announced closing of a Keeco pillow plant in Bartlesville.   Keeco, a bedding manufacturing firm with plants in China, India and Pakistan informed Oklahoma officials of the intended plant closing by mid-November. At least 58 workers wil ... read more »

Residents Ask: "Who Trims the Trees Overhanging Streets?"

Sep 14, 2022

In its most recent CITY BEAT newsletter, the City of Bartlesville stated that the trimming of trees that hang over streets and roadways and end up causing disruptions in traffic and hiding road signage must be trimmed by whomever owns the property on which the tree resides. However, if the trimmi ... read more »

Pickle Ball in the Park?

Sep 14, 2022

The City of Bartlesville is considering pickle ball as one option for the Sooner Park tennis courts when they are modified but there are barriers, such as parking and access control, that could sideline or eliminate the decision completely. Originally, a pickle ball court was planned as one o ... read more »

The Mighty Oak Comes Down at Unity Square

Sep 14, 2022

The sun is shining a little brigher and a little farther across Unity Square green space since the City of Bartlesville removed the mighty oak tree that was once near the parking lot area where food trucks usually park. The tree had offered shade for picknickers at the Square but now they'll ... read more »

GROWMARk Announces 2023 Essay Contest for High Schoolers

Sep 14, 2022

GROWMARK, an agricultural cooperative serving most of the Midwest with a variety of services and onwer of the SEEDWAY full-line seed company has been offering an essay contest for thirty years to help high schoolers with their writing skills while also educating them on agricultural issues. Today ... read more »

Bartlesville High School Bathroom Fire Still Under Investigation

Sep 14, 2022

Earlier today, Bartlesville High School students were evacuated from the school when a small fire broke out in one of the bathrooms inside the area of the school known as Freshmen Academy. Officials with the school stated that the fire had been contained quickly and no injuries were reported rela ... read more »

Caney Valley Homecoming Interviews Continue on 104.9

Sep 14, 2022

Tune into KRIG 104.9 tonight at 5:17 p.m to hear Homecoming interviews from Caney Valley – Ramona High School. KRIG will be bringing you interviews with Trojans Homecoming Royalty. Tonight’s program will feature Seniors: Payton Valentine, duaghter of Kristy Whitsitt and attendants ... read more »