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Reward Offered for Information on "SPARTY" Vandals

Nov 29, 2017

Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to find the people who vandalized "Sparty" the Sooner High School Alumni buffalo in Sooner Park.  Damage to the buffalo was reported to Bartlesville police department on Monday.   According to Beth Marable of the alumni group this ... read more »

Andy Coleman Hosts Town Hall with Ed Meese

Nov 29, 2017

About 75 people gathered for a town hall meeting Tuesday night at the Bartlesville Library.  First District Congressional Candidate Andy Coleman hosted the event.  He was joined by former Attorney General under Ronald Reagan, Ed Meese.  The two fielded questions from the audience.& ... read more »

Giving Tuesday

Nov 28, 2017

Giving Tuesday is today, and charities and organizations across the US are asking for your help. But giving isn't just limited to this one day, and according to a WalletHub study, Oklahoma ranks as the 10th most charitable state. WalletHub's report, “2017’s Most Charitable Sta ... read more »

Drone Testing Could Come to Osage County

Nov 28, 2017

Assistant Principal Chief Raymond Red Corn provided a presentation to the Osage County Commissioners Monday morning regarding an opportunity to bring more tech jobs and services to the County through aerospace technology. Red Corn and many others believe that Unmanned Aerial Systems or UAS may pr ... read more »

Bartlesville City Council Discusses Bond Projects

Nov 27, 2017

The Bartlesville City Council heard a presentation of the aquatic center study and discussed many other potential bond projects at a special meeting on Monday night. George Deines from Counsilman-Hunsaker gave the presentation on the aquatics center study in which he presented two different o ... read more »

Students Win Writing Contest

Nov 27, 2017

Four Central Middle School eighth-graders have won prizes for their scary stories. In mid-November 2017 English teachers Denise Jarmola and Patty Waldorf organized a Scary Story Contest, with students encouraged to submit their best scary story to be judged by award-winning local author Jennifer ... read more »

Washington County Board of Commissioners

Nov 27, 2017

The Washington County Board of Commissioners met at their weekly meeting on Monday morning. In their short meeting, the majority of time was spent approving and signing forms from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation for Commissioner Mitch Antle's District 1. The Commissioners acknow ... read more »

Coleman to Host Town Hall

Nov 27, 2017

First District Congressional Candidate Andy Coleman will host a town hall with Ed Meese Tuesday night at the Bartlesville Public Library.  Coleman is one of several Republicans running for the seat that Jim Bridenstine will vacate at the end of his term.  It's likely that there will ... read more »

Blizzard Hits Dewey on Small Business Saturday

Nov 25, 2017

An estimated 5 to 6 thousand people made it to downtown Dewey for the Dewey Blizzard on Small Business Saturday.  It took two semi-loads of ice to make the snow for the fenced-in area for kids of all ages to have fun.  It was 60 degrees at noon for the start of the event but clouds soon ... read more »

Accident Snarls Traffic on US 75 at Nebraska

Nov 24, 2017

Traffic was down to one shared lane just before 3 o'clock Friday afternoon as a result of a tw-vehicle accident on U. S.. 75.   More as information is available. ... read more »

Nowata County Rape Sentence Overturned

Nov 23, 2017

A life-without-parole sentence for a man convicted of raping an elderly Nowata County woman has been thrown out by an Oklahoma appeals court which cited "alarming" prosecutorial misconduct during closing arguments. The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals on Wednesday vacated the sent ... read more »

Blizzard Coming To Dewey

Nov 22, 2017

A blizzard is forecast-ed to strike the City of Dewey on Saturday. The Dewey Blizzard will make it's first appearance in Lions park on November 25 from 1-to-6. The event is free, and will feature area merchants for shopping as well as food. According to Matt Tranquil and Gazella “Giz&rd ... read more »

Information Sought on Dewey Car Break-ins

Nov 22, 2017

Crime Stoppers needs your help to solve a series of car break-ins.  Some time during the night of Sunday, November 12th and early morning hours of the 13th, ten vehicles in the Meadow Creek Addition of Dewey had their vehicle windows broken out. On the night of Saturday, November 18th and Su ... read more »

Sales Taxes Looking Better in Dewey

Nov 20, 2017

The Dewey City Council met briefly for its regular meeting on Monday evening. The Council approved a request to re-zone a piece of land from Residential Agricultural to Commercial Highway. The Council also went over last month’s sales tax numbers, which saw a bit of an increase from the ... read more »

Salvation Army To Celebrate Thanksgiving Wednesday

Nov 21, 2017

The Salvation Army will be hosting their Thanksgiving Meal on Wednesday. The community meal is free, and will be from 11-to-2 at 101 North Bucy Avenue in the Gym. The Salvation Army says that they could still use volunteers and donations though. Help is needed cleaning up afterwards as ... read more »