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Students Enjoy Cupcake Wars at Tri County Tech

Nov 17, 2021

A war in the kitchen leads to confidence in the culinary arts for Tri County Tech students this week. For the audio version of this story, click here. They call it the Cupcake Wars Challenge at Tri County Tech in Bartlesville. Culinary Arts Specialist and Instructor Seth Day says the ... read more »

Bruin Brigade Salutes Three BPS Drivers with Song

Nov 18, 2021

Prior to last Saturday's Veterans Day Parade downtown, Bartlesville High School's Bruin Brigade shared a special moment with its transportation team. Band Director Alex Claussen says they have a wonderful transportation crew at Bartlesville Public Schools. Claussen says they wanted to ... read more »

Local Students to Perform at Universal, Disney

Nov 17, 2021

A talented group of Bartlesville area youth are set to perform at Universal Studios and Walt Disney World. Everett Music Studio Owner and vocal instructor D'Lynn Everett says this group of 15 students from Bartlesville, Caney, Pawhuska and Skiatook will perform during Thanksgiving Break, ... read more »

Chainsaw Burglar Arrested on Warrant

Nov 18, 2021

A Broken Arrow man was arrested on a warrant for an alleged burglary incident that occurred in Bartlesville in September. Tyler Greene appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday where he was charged with a felony count of third degree burglary. According to an affidavit, officer ... read more »

An Osage County Legend Gets Inducted Into the Hall of Fame

Nov 18, 2021

A legendary calf and steer roper out of Osage County finally got his due this past weekend, as Jim Snively was inducted into the Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City. Snively, who began roping in the mid 1930s kept at it through the 1960s.   Snively placed in, or won, all the l ... read more »

Osage County Health Department Utilizing Mobile Unit

Nov 18, 2021

The Osage County Health Department has a mobile testing van with the ability to serve citizens across the county. This offers services such as COVID-19 vaccinations, school physicals and general wellness checks. On Tuesday, they will be traveling to Prue offering both appointment-based and walk-i ... read more »

Project Tribute Foundation Creates Podcast

Nov 18, 2021

Project Tribute Foundation, a non-profit in Bartlesville with a mission to provide lifesaving gear to first responders, creates a podcast. Executive Director Jon Beckloff says the goal of the podcast is to highlight first responders in Washington County, in the State of Oklahoma, and across t ... read more »

Oklahoma Man Gets Clemency From Governor

Nov 18, 2021

After much deliberation, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has made the decision to grant clemency to Julius Jones, who has been tried and convicted for first degree murder of Paul Howell. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt had this to say on his decision to change his sentence to life in prison without t ... read more »

Harvest Moon 5K Taking Place Saturday Morning

Nov 18, 2021

The Osage Nation Fitness Program will be holding a Harvest Moon 5K Race and fun run this Saturday at 8 a.m. in Pawhuska. Pre-registration is on-going and you can also signup at the race beginning at 6:45 a.m. There will be a live DJ for race participants and for more information, you can call ... read more »

Madison's Ryker Burch Selected for All State Choir

Nov 18, 2021

A Bartlesville 8th grader is selected to the Oklahoma All State Mixed Chorus. Ryker Burch of Madison Middle School was selected for this high honor. Burch is part of a select group after enduring a nerve wrecking audition process. Faculty, staff an students alike say they are proud of Ryk ... read more »

Enrollment Open for Adult and Flex Courses at Tri County Tech

Nov 18, 2021

Whether you want to learn a new skill, or prepare for a new exciting career, Tri County Tech has your back.    Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Randall Jones with Tri County Tech told listeners that from the moment you step onto the campus, you’ll experience state-of-the ... read more »

Christmas Lights, Decorations Going Up Downtown

Nov 18, 2021

Crews are setting up lights and decorations in downtown Bartlesville, making it look a lot like Christmas. With this comes opening night for Christmas in the Ville, which is set for Friday, Dec. 3. Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce President Sherri Wilt says they are getting ready to ... read more »

BAHM to Welcome in Santa for Facebook Live Story Time

Nov 18, 2021

Bartlesville Area History Museum will host a Facebook Live Story Time with Santa Claus. The event will begin at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 2. Santa will read a story and tell kids about his Christmas plans, and Mrs. Claus will make a special appearance as well. The museum is currently ha ... read more »

Bartlesville Trash Routes Amended for Thanksgiving

Nov 18, 2021

Most City of Bartlesville offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 25, and Friday, Nov. 26, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Trash collection Thursday trash routes will be serviced next week on Wednesday, Nov. 24, instead of Thursday. Trash must be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. o ... read more »

Dr. McCullough, Kris Kobach Host COVID-19 Presentation in Independence, KS

Nov 17, 2021

  About 500 people attended a free presentation on COVID-19 early treatments and vaccine efficacy and your consitutional rights when it comes to medical treatment at Memorial Hall in Independence, Kansas Wednesday night. They came to hear former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach ... read more »