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Pawhuska Public Library Applying For Grant

Oct 09, 2019

The Pawhuska Public Library applied for a grant from the Oklahoma Historical Society in September. If the library were to receive that grant, Library Director Yvonne Rose said they will be able to upgrade some of its resources that the public is able to enjoy.   Rose won't know i ... read more »

Police Building Moving Along, Utility Rate May Increase

Oct 09, 2019

The Dewey Public Works Authority met earlier this week for their regularly scheduled meeting and they heard from City Manager Kevin Trease. Trease gave a brief update to the Authority and he said the City of Dewey recently saw two auditors drop by. The meeting went well, but Trease said they ... read more »

5th Annual Cops and Rodders Showcase was a Success

Oct 09, 2019

It was a little damp for the 5th Annual Cops and Rodders Showcase at the Washington County Sheriff's Office last Saturday. Considering the weather and all the other events in the area that weekend, Sheriff Scott Owen said they still had a good time. In total, 74 cars registered for the ev ... read more »

Dewey Man Charged After Box Knife Assault

Oct 09, 2019

A Dewey man was arrested after allegedly cutting a man with a box knife. Gregory Mundine appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday facing charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. According to an affidavit, an altercation occurred between Mundine and the victim over ... read more »

Osage County Fairgrounds Director Enjoying New Job

Oct 09, 2019

At last Monday's Board of Osage County Commissioners meeting, Shane Lyons was hired to replace Pee-Wee Easley as the new Fairgrounds Director at the Osage County Fairgrounds. Lyons, a Pawhuska native, is enjoying the job thus far.   A big goal for Lyons is to draw in as many new ... read more »

Pawhuska Police Keeping Football Team Safe

Oct 09, 2019

The Pawhuska football team is getting extra support when they travel this year. Pawhuska Police Chief Nick Silva explains why his officers have made trips to Tonkawa and Morrison this year.   Silva says they will continue this for the rest of the year and they plan to travel with the ... read more »

Pawhuska Council Members Retained

Oct 08, 2019

Pawhuska voters had the choice to recall four of its five city council members on Tuesday and decided to retain all four.   Mayor Roger Taylor, along with Vice-Mayor Mark Buchanan, Ward Four Representative John Brazee and At-Large Member Rodger Mileson were all up for the special rec ... read more »

Keeler Avenue to Close to Fix Leak at Frank Phillips Tower

Oct 09, 2019

The 300 Block of Keeler Avenue will be closed most of the day on Saturday, Oct. 12th to address a leak at a downtown building. Director of Engineering Micah Siemers said crews will need to close Keeler between Fourth Street and Frank Phillips Boulevard on Saturday to address a leak at the Fra ... read more »

Funds for Chip, Seal Work for Bus Route Approved

Oct 09, 2019

A special meeting was called by the Washington County Commissioners on Wednesday morning. In that meeting, the Commissioners discussed and took action on an application and resolution authorizing an application for financial assistance from the Rural Economic Action Plan Fund. District 2 ... read more »

Owasso Teen Dies in Early Morning Accident

Oct 09, 2019

  One Owasso resident was pronounced dead at the scene of a fatality accident in Rogers County at 6:21 a.m. on Wednesday. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a juvenile male from Owasso was driving a 2004 Honda Accord northbound on 177th East Avenue with a friend. The report fu ... read more »

Pawhuska Councilors Hear From Department Heads Tuesday Evening

Oct 09, 2019

The Pawhuska City Council met for a regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday evening at City Hall and heard from all department heads from across the city. Utilities Director for the city, Bill Bruce, said they are attempting to fix the water reservoir at Lake Pawhuska. Bruce said they are trying ... read more »

Applications for Next Citizens Police Academy Available

Oct 09, 2019

Bartlesville Police Chief Tracy Roles is pleased to announce the upcoming Citizens Police Academy. The Citizens Police Academy begins Thursday, March 12th and ending Thursday, May 21st, 2020.  Chief Roles said he is excited once again to offer this great opportunity for citizens to have ... read more »

More Homecoming Interviews Air on Wednesday Night

Oct 09, 2019

From Monday, Oct. 7th to Friday, Oct. 11th, three area schools will enjoy homecoming festivities, friendships and football. The three schools that will enjoy the homecoming camaraderie are Bartlesville High School, Owasso High School and Pawhuska High School. In conjunction with homecoming fe ... read more »

Junk Vehicles, Trailers, Boats a Concern for Dewey

Oct 08, 2019

Dewey City Manager Kevin Trease gave a code enforcement update on Monday night during a Dewey City Council meeting. In that meeting, Trease addressed the invasion of campers, trailers, boats and junked vehicles in the City of Dewey. He said this has become a big problem for their Code Enforce ... read more »

Agreement to Fix Punctured Water Line is Approved

Oct 08, 2019

The Deer Creek Project in District One of Washington County is still underway and a utility relocation agreement was brought up under new business during the Commissioners' meeting on Monday. Commissioner Mitch Antle oversees the project and he said crews with the Oklahoma Department of T ... read more »