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Bartlesville Back To School Nights

Aug 04, 2017

Like most area schools, the Bartlesville Public School District will host their own back to school nights. Each school site will host a Back-to-School program in the evening for parents and guardians. Principals will be there to share information with parents, who will also have the opportunity t ... read more »

City May Acquire Frank Phillips Home

Aug 04, 2017

The Bartlesville City Council is set to take up business stated on Monday evening's agenda as an economic development agreement between the City of Bartlesville and the Frank Phillips Foundation relating to the Frank Phillips Home is in reality a proposed transfer of the home to the city. &nb ... read more »

Bartlesville Hotel Going Up For Auction

Aug 04, 2017

A long standing Bartlesville hotel is going up for online auction starting Monday, August 7. The Days Inn & Suits located at 1410 Washington Blvd/HWY 75 is being sold by Ten-X, formerly auctions.com, online auctions next week. The building was built in 1978 and has gone through several owners ... read more »

Shop Sales Tax Free This Weekend

Aug 04, 2017

Oklahoma's Sales Tax Holiday weekend continues through midnight Sunday Night.  Certain clothing and shoe purchases are exempt from sales tax. Qualified items are exempt from state, city, county and local municipality sales taxes.  Executive Director of the Bartlesville Regional Cham ... read more »

Judge Rules Against Osage Nation Wind Complaint

Aug 04, 2017

The Osage Tribe apparently isn’t giving up in its fight against wind farms in Osage County, even after losing a court case this week in Pawhuska. It was there that a judge denied the Osage Nation's challenge to the rules created by Osage county that will allow further development of win ... read more »

Hoops For The Homeless

Aug 03, 2017

Family Promise            8/3/17            5PM            Ben More than 400 students in Washington County have been identified as homeless. Those numbers ... read more »

Tazer Deployed in Arrest of Man

Aug 03, 2017

Public intoxication mixes with resistance of arrest leading to the arrest in Bartlesville. According to an affidavit, 37-year-old Jerrod Jackson Reeder had clinched fists and refused to listen to officers when told to stand down. Officers didn’t know if Reeder had a weapon on him since ... read more »

Interstate Fair and Rodeo to Include Queen Competiton

Aug 03, 2017

Coffeyville's Inter-State Fair and Rodeo in Coffeyville will host a rodeo queen and princess pageant for the second time in recent years.  Two women are vying for the title of 2018 Inter-State Fair and Rodeo Queen, while three girls will compete for 2018 Miss Inter-State Fair and Rodeo P ... read more »

Unresponsive Ketcher Arrested for DUI

Aug 03, 2017

Bartlesville police arrest Thomas Wayne Ketcher on DUI, driving under suspension, and transporting an open container charges. According to an affidavit, the officer moved behind Ketcher’s car and honked without a response. The arresting officer then went to the vehicles window and notic ... read more »

Silver Lake Stores To Open Soon

Aug 03, 2017

The Silver Lake Village project has been worked on for months, and the end, for Phase I at least, could be coming to a close soon. The signs on some stores, including Ross, have been put up with an "Opening Soon" banner hanging underneath. Work still continues, however, and Phase II is ... read more »

Green Gets 50 Year Prison Sentence

Aug 03, 2017

A Pawhuska man will spend 50 years in prison.  Thad Christopher Green was convicted by a Montgomery Kansas jury in the death of a Jefferson. Judge William Cullins sentenced Green to 50-years without the possibility of parole for the murder of Cameron Wawrzyniack in December of 2015.  Gr ... read more »

Motorcyclist Takes Wire to Throat Near Barnsdall

Aug 03, 2017

A Barnsdall man reported via Facebook that someone made an attempt on his life when they tied a wire across County Road 2230 between Avant and Barnsdall. Carl Smith posted his story early Tuesday morning about the incident where Smith said he was traveling on his motorcycle when he was nearly tak ... read more »

Johnstone Pavilion Update

Aug 02, 2017

Phase 3 of the Johnstone Pavilion project is ongoing. According to the inspector, things are going well with construction. Work on Phase 3 of the multi-phase project began in June, and is expected to conclude at the end of August or early September. The project is funded through the ... read more »

Silver Lake Village Stores Coming Soon

Aug 02, 2017

The Silver Lake Village project has been worked on for months, and the end, for Phase I at least, could be coming to a close soon. The signs on some stores, including Ross, have been put up with an "Opening Soon" banner hanging underneath. Work still continues, however, and Phase II is ... read more »

Toastmasters Of Bartlesville

Aug 02, 2017

The Bartlesville Toastmasters are not a group dedicated to cooked bread. They are, however, a group dedicated to helping others overcome their fear of public speaking. Member David Turner says that public speaking is a top fear for many people, and the Toastmasters help anyone who comes to them g ... read more »