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Local Soldier Injured in Africa

Jun 10, 2018

A Bartlesville soldier was reportedly injured in an attack in the Bar-Sanguni area of Solmalia. The U.S. Special Forces team was in the process of constructing a new Forward Operating Base with a large local partner force when they came under sustained mortar fire and machine gun fire from techni ... read more »

Pawhuska Chamber to Host Candidate Forum

Jun 09, 2018

The Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Candidate forum this Tuesday at the Pawhuska Community Center. Meet the Candidates for Oklahoma State House District 36 : J Paul Ganzel Jared Lemmons Jordan Lauffer Louise Redcorn Sean Roberts   And Candidates for ... read more »

Oklahoma's Ranking In June Safety Month

Jun 08, 2018

As June is National Safety Month, a study has ranked the states in order of most safe to least state.   According to Wallethub, Oklahoma ranks the 3rd least safe in 2018. In the study, 48 metrics were taken in to consideration during the assessment. Oklahoma scored 45th best in the s ... read more »

Concert To Be Held Next To Hideaway

Jun 08, 2018

Bartlesville's Hideaway Pizza is starting their Summer Concert Series on Sunday, June 10. This will be a great opportunity for the community to come together to enjoy music and food, and there will be a kids zone full of activities and giveaways as well..   Hideaway Pizza will be ... read more »

BPD Looking for Theft suspect

Jun 08, 2018

Bartlesville Police Captain Jay Hastings announced that the BPD is looking for a suspect in theft incident that took place on Wednesday morning. The suspect stole two patio chairs from in front of a business on the 300 block of SE Seneca Avenue in Bartlesville. The suspect was seen driving a ... read more »

Fugitive Friday

Jun 08, 2018

Joseph Wagener walked away Tuesday from Tulsa Transitional Center in Tulsa.  Wagener is described as white, about 6-feet tall, and weighing about 169 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.  When he walked away, he was serving time for possession of a stolen vehicle and controll ... read more »

Summer Heat Illness Prevention

Jun 08, 2018

With head indexes reaching more than 100 this weekend, the Oklahoma State Department of Health has issued several warnings and signs to help prevent heat related illnesses this summer.   More than 600 people die from heat-related illness in the United States each year. In Oklahoma, t ... read more »

Thompson Brothers Celebrate year 70

Jun 08, 2018

Thompson Brothers Welding & Industrial Supply is celebrating 70 years of serving the community with a customer appreciation open house today until 2.   The event is open to the community and will include live demonstrations of welding equipment. In addition, representatives from ... read more »

Local Insurance Agent Offers Resources For Dog Bite Victims

Jun 07, 2018

A local State Farm Agent is offering resources for one of the most traumatic events that can happen to a child.   More than 50-percent of all dog bite victims are children, and half of all children age 12 and younger have been bitten by a dog.   State Farm agent Jim Moor ... read more »

Convicted Rapist Arrested Again

Jun 07, 2018

A Bartlesville man convicted of first-degree rape in 2004 is accused of making violent threats to his mother-in-law. Mark Scullawl appeared in front of a judge at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday facing a charge domestic assault in the presence of a minor and failure to register as se ... read more »

OEA Interviews Local Candidates

Jun 07, 2018

The Oklahoma Education Association could be supporting some local candidates soon.     OAE Board of Director, Lawrence Lane made a trip to Bartlesville to interview candidates for House District 11. Lane says the OEA interviews candidates to find out how their views align wi ... read more »

Relay For Life Changing Locations in Bville

Jun 07, 2018

Relay for Life is back in Bartlesville later on this month, and there is a new location for the event this year. The annual Relay for Life fundraiser will take place on Friday, June 22, and for the first time, it will be held at the Johnstone Pavilion downtown. The relay will start at 6:00 PM ... read more »

Nowata Jailer Arraigned

Jun 06, 2018

A Nowata County jailer accused of impersonating an officer was arraigned in Nowata County Court earlier this week. Thomas Kerr faces a charge of reckless driving as well. According to an affidavit, Kerr was observed driving an unmarked Crown Victoria at 121 miles per hour on Highway 60. A sta ... read more »

New Street Named In Dewey

Jun 06, 2018

The new sign is up, and Peters Drive in Dewey is open for traffic.   The new street was named at a City Council meeting in September. The road along the city's North 7.5 acres was named after the 100 year-old store, Peters True Value. Councilman Wayne Sell explained why he liked ... read more »

Bartlesville Ambulance Responds to Nowata Incident

Jun 06, 2018

A Bartlesville ambulance was called to the scene of an incident that occurred in Nowata last month. According to reports from the News on 6, the Nowata County Sheriff’s contacted a Bartlesville ambulance that took 25 minutes to respond to the scene when a Nowata ambulance could’ve ... read more »