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Bruin Defense Looking to Stand up to Sandites

Oct 05, 2018

The Bartlesville High Bruins are looking to end a four-game losing streak on Friday night, when they head to Sand Springs to take on the Sandites. Bartlesville’s defense struggled, while the offense surged, a week ago in a 63-58 loss to Sapulpa at Custer Stadium. Sand Springs will p ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Looking for Person of Interest

Oct 04, 2018

According to a report, Bartlesville Police located a truck that had just been stolen from a residence in Osage County. The owners of the truck spotted the vehicle eastbound on Adams near Silverlake and contacted law enforcement. Bartlesville Police found the truck a short time later and befor ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Picks Up Second DUI This Week

Oct 04, 2018

A Bartlesville man picked up his second DUI in two days while under the influence of inhalants. Christopher McCool appeared for an arraignment at the Washington County Courthouse facing DUI charges for the second consecutive day on Thursday. According to an affidavit, a witness reported a sin ... read more »

Thomasson Violates Protective Order Again

Oct 04, 2018

A Bartlesville woman was arrested this week after violating a protective order for a fourth time in less than four months. Stephanie Thomasson stood before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse facing charges of violating a protective order and smuggling contraband into jail. According ... read more »

Wilson, Ranch Heights to Cut Ribbons for Fit Pit Areas

Oct 04, 2018

Two more Bartlesville Public Schools will celebrate the launch of Project Fit America. Both Ranch Heights and Woodrow Wilson elementary schools will join Hoover elementary in being outfitted with indoor and outdoor fitness equipment and related fitness curricula. The schools have received outdoor ... read more »

Elder Car Offers Flu Shots

Oct 04, 2018

Elder Care Executive Director Cordell Rumsey says they will continue to give flu shots every Tuesday. They give shots from 9 to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. every Tuesday. Rumsey says they have to keep their eyes open daily when it comes to getting flu shots delivered to Elder Care. He says the medic ... read more »

Family Promise to Try New Bike Ride Fundraiser

Oct 04, 2018

Family Promise of Washington County registers people for their Family Promise bike ride fundraiser. The bike ride fundraiser called Tour De B’ville offers a family bike ride experience around Bartlesville with various stops along the way. Ashley with Family Promise says the money will g ... read more »

Hunter Education Online Course Changes with Partnership

Oct 04, 2018

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation partners with the National Rifle Association to offer an online hunter education course to Oklahomans. The course replaces the Wildlife Department's previously offered online course. The free hunter education course is available online on t ... read more »

Lankford to View FBI Kavanaugh Report

Oct 04, 2018

 The White House says it has received the FBI's supplemental background investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and senators have enough time to review it and vote. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley tweeted early Thursday he also had received the fil ... read more »

Voter Registration Coming to a Close

Oct 03, 2018

The last day to apply for voter registration in order to have voter eligibility on Nov. 6 draws closer. Nov. 6 will see voters voting in the General Election and the Regular Municipal election for the City of Bartlesville’s Ward 2 and Ward 4. Washington County Election Board Secretary Y ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Uses Gun to Assault Wife

Oct 03, 2018

A domestic assault in Bartlesville attracted quite a bit of police attention on Tuesday. 71-year-old Joe Cullison was charged with domestic assault with a deadly weapon and making threats to kill during an arraignment at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday. According to an affidavit ... read more »

Forecast Changes Location OKM's Oktoberfest

Oct 03, 2018

Due to the upcoming forecast predictions for this Saturday, October 6, OK Mozart’s Oktoberfest will take place inside of Catholic Charities Mary Martha Outreach located at 1845 W. 4th Street in Bartlesville from 4 to 11pm.  OKM Music says it’s appreciative of the collaborative ef ... read more »

United Way Reaches 31 Percent of 2.3 Million Goal

Oct 03, 2018

Marketing Manager Paige Kimrey with Bartlesville Regional United Way says United Way will recognize the organizations pace setters next week. Kimrey says pace setters set the pace for the community. Pace setters are people who give a certain amount of cash per month that amounts to $500 or mo ... read more »

Cell Phones Included in Emergency Action System Test

Oct 03, 2018

Cell phones across the nation received a “Presidential Alert” Tuesday afternoon as part of a national Emergency Action System test. It was the first time the test included cell phone alerts that are similar to the ones you receive for Amber Alerts or dangerous weather situations. ... read more »

Missing Mail Issue Still Being Looked Into

Oct 03, 2018

Mail turned up missing in the Bartlesville and Dewey area last weekend. United States Postal Services spokesman Albert Ruiz for the area reached out to the Bartlesville Radio station to give us a statement about the still missing mail. Ruiz says: “The Postal Service’s goal is to p ... read more »