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Tulsa Doctor Settles Allegations

Aug 02, 2017

A physician with offices in Tulsa and Tahlequah, entered into a settlement agreement to pay $120,000 to resolve civil allegations. According to the settlement agreement, Dr. George Cohlmia dispensed controlled substances outside of his DEA registered location and permitted employees to purcha ... read more »

Price Tower Arts Center Receives $75,000 Getty Grant

Aug 02, 2017

The Price Tower Arts Center is one of twelve sites -- only two within the United States -- to receive a 75 thousand dollar Getty Foundatoin "Keeping It Modern" grant.   The initiative supports projects that advance the long-term preservation, protection, and maintenance of ... read more »

$75,000 AEP Foundation Grant to Boys & Girls Club

Aug 02, 2017

Public Service Company’s American Electric Power Foundation awarded a 75 thousand dollar grant to Bartlesville’s C. J. “Pete” Silas Boys and Girls Club.  The Foundation provided the money to provide cutting edge resources for science and art programming labs in the ne ... read more »

Dewey Public Schools Starting Soon

Aug 01, 2017

As summer is winding down, school is gearing up. Dewey Public Schools will have it's first day of school on August 17. As school gets back in session, it's important that drivers be aware that school buses and children will be out in the area in the early mornings. Superintendent Vinc ... read more »

Washington County School Supply Drive

Aug 01, 2017

The Washington County School Supply Drive is coming this weekend to Washington County. While registration is closed for students, help is still needed. Donations and volunteers are needed on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to pack the backpacks with supplies. Carol Beck from the drive says that ... read more »

Washington County Board of Commissioners

Jul 31, 2017

The Washington County Board of Commissioners met at their weekly meeting on Monday morning to take action on several items, including a bid opening. Bid Number 17-01 was opened for a water truck that could hold 4-thousand gallons. The commissioners received two bids, and accepted those bids for r ... read more »

Phillips 66 Announces Quarterly Earnings

Aug 01, 2017

Phillips 66 announced second-quarter 2017 earnings of 550 million dollars.  That compares with 535 million in the first quarter of 2017. Excluding special items, adjusted earnings were 569 million, compared with first-quarter adjusted earnings of 294 million.    Chairman an ... read more »

Roe Booked on Lewd Acts Charge

Jul 31, 2017

An Owasso man is in the Osage County jail charged with committing lewd or lacivious acts with a minor.  The Osage County Sheriff's office reports it was notified Friday of a possible molestation which allegedly occurred in the southern part of the county.   Upon arrival the ... read more »

Tulsa Police Find Body

Jul 31, 2017

Police say a man's body has been found in a wooded area west of downtown Tulsa, near the Arkansas River.   Police say the body was found Sunday after a person walking in the woods reported smelling a foul odor shortly before noon.   Police say the man has not been identified ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Faces Domestic Assault Charges

Jul 31, 2017

A Bartlesville man appeared at the Washington County Courthouse today. Larry Easter is facing felony charges of domestic assault and battery for an incident that occurred last week. This isn’t the first time Easter has faced charges of this nature. According to an affidavit, Easter beca ... read more »

OJA Terminates Osage County Contract

Jul 31, 2017

After several weeks of discussion regarding the termination of the contract for Juvenile Detention at the Osage County Jail, the Office of Juvenile Affairs Deputy Director Terry Smith presented a notice of termination to the Osage County Commissioners Monday morning.     Sh ... read more »

Nowata Commissioners Appoint Emergency Manager

Jul 31, 2017

The Nowata County Commissioners met for a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday morning. In the unfinished business portion of the meeting the commissioners discussed a resolution between South Coffeyville and Nowata County for 911 addressing and mapping. However, no agreement was reached for ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Taken In For Intoxication

Jul 28, 2017

A Bartlesville man, who has prior experience with law enforcement, is in the Washington County Correctional Facility again. William Smith was taken into custody on Thursday for being intoxicated in public. According to an affidavit, a deputy was reporting for duty when Smith approached him a ... read more »

Woman Drives Without License

Jul 28, 2017

A Bartlesville woman is in the Washington County Correctional Facility on multiple misdemeanors. Rachel Lynn Justice was taken in for driving without a license, obstructing drivers view or control, failure of proof of security verification, and failure to use a seat-belt. According to an aff ... read more »

EPA Shuts Down Injection Wells Near Bird Creek

Jul 27, 2017

After nearly a year, the injection wells which have been causing the contamination of the Bird Creek tributary, located North West of Pawhuska, have been shut down. Bird Creek has been contaminated by high temperatures and toxic salinity levels as a result of leaking injection wells, and Thursday ... read more »