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Assault Case Dismissed on McGirt Rule

Apr 15, 2021

An assault charge against a Bartlesville man was dismissed in Washington County Court on Thursday. Michael Flanigan appeared in court on Wednesday where district Judge Linda Thomas found probable cause to detain Flannigan. The State of Oklahoma set a $10,000 bond. Flanigan was arrested on a w ... read more »

Two ASAP Stores to No Longer be Operational May 3

Apr 14, 2021

ASAP announced that the closure dates for #306 and #311 has changed to Monday, May 3rd. ************ ORIGINAL STORY BELOW ************ Due to COVID-19 and social distancing concerns, ASAP  #306 at 3315 SE Frank Phillips Boulevard and ASAP #309 at 901 SE Madison in Bartlesville will n ... read more »

BPS Foundation Funds Virtual Community Field Trips

Apr 15, 2021

Earlier this semester, the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) awarded an Experts in Residence Grant to Richard Kane Elementary School to fund virtual community visits for all elementary school students. The grant will bolster out-of-class learning experiences for elementary students in ... read more »

Company Coming to Look at Pawhuska Generation System

Apr 15, 2021

The City of Pawhuska never lost power during the February ice storm, but the after affects showed that there were deficiencies in the electrical system. Utilities Director Bill Bruce goes through some of the things that went wrong with the generators and explains why a company needs to come look ... read more »

Repairs to Begin at Pawhuska's Water Reservoir

Apr 15, 2021

The City of Pawhuska has been looking to repair the water reservoir for a long time and it appears as though that time has finally come, as bids have already been sent out and a pre-bid meeting was held on Tuesday. City Manager Tonya Bright says bid openings will occur on Wednesday, April 28t ... read more »

One Injured in Three Car Accident in Bartlesville

Apr 15, 2021

A three car accident occurred in the 2600 Block of SE Washington Boulevard in Bartlesville just after noon on Thursday, sending one to the hospital. According to Bartlesville Police Captain Jay Hastings, one vehicle turned left from a parking lot onto Washington Blvd to go south when they str ... read more »

Line Breaks Causing Road Damage in Pawhuska

Apr 15, 2021

Within the last month, there have been 11 water line breaks within the City of Pawhuska. Many of these breaks have been costly, including two that cost upward of $20,000. Public Works Director Mark Chamberlain says these have been anywhere between eight to ten inch water lines and says the repair ... read more »

Dewey Schools Confident as School Year Nears a Close

Apr 15, 2021

Dewey Public Schools anticipates no school closures will occur as the current school year draws closer to the end. Superintendent Vince Vincent said several variables play into this hopeful outlook with the biggest being the number of staff that have been inoculated for the coronavirus. He sa ... read more »

OKWU Cares Team to Look at Relaxing COVID Protocols

Apr 15, 2021

Over the next few weeks, Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s OKWU Cares team will be carefully reviewing ways to relax COVID-related protocols for the Fall 2021 semester. The team will focus on a healthy community while still maintaining safety to provide the best learning environments it ca ... read more »

Arvest Named One of World's Best Banks by Forbes

Apr 15, 2021

Arvest Bank has been recognized by Forbes magazine as one of the “World’s Best Banks” for the third consecutive year. The honor is based on customer feedback. The full list and an accompanying article can be found on the Forbes website. Forbes produced its “World&rsquo ... read more »

Copan Schools Beta Club to Hold Bingo Night Event

Apr 15, 2021

The Beta Club at Copan Public School (CPS) will hold an evening of bingo, food and cash prizes to fund their trip to the National Beta Convention at Disney World this summer. “Bingo for Beta” will take place on Friday, April 23rd, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Toby Moreland Studen ... read more »

Blood Donors Needed Across Oklahoma

Apr 15, 2021

The Oklahoma Blood Institute is in desperate need of blood as we near the mid-way point of April. In March, the OBI saw its highest distribution of certain blood types in 44 years, as hospital usage has surged.  The OBI is calling for blood donors immediately, as they are currently opera ... read more »

Support Boys & Girls Club of Bartlesville at the Pump

Apr 15, 2021

The Boys & Girls Club of Bartlesville reminds you to support them by filling up at the Murphy gas station located at 3880 Green Country Road. You can roundup your purchase or donate at the register and become a partner of the Boys & Girls Club of Bartlesville. The mission of the Boys ... read more »

Tri-County Tech on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Apr 15, 2021

Tri-County Tech keeps growing!    Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Thursday, Tara Gotwalt, Senior Director of Economic Development, brought us up to date on some new and existing projects that serve our communities.   Tara Gotwalt said that ground was broken in ... read more »

PODCAST: Sen. Lankford Talks Border, Infrastructure and HR 1

Apr 15, 2021

US Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford chucked in with Bartlesville Radio by phone this week. The Senator brought us up to date on the record breaking surge in migrants on our Southern border, the Democrats $3 trillion infrastructure bill and concerns about HR 1, the expansive voting bill pas ... read more »