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Quarterly Updates at Osage Commissioners Meeting

Jul 30, 2018

The Commissioners received reports from Jerry Roberts from Emergency Management and Kay Kelly from E911 this week at the meeting of the Osage County Board of County Commissioners.   Emergency Management director Jerry Roberts provided his quarterly update at the Monday morning meetin ... read more »

Wild Brew is in its Twentieth Year

Jul 30, 2018

It is soaring high in its twentieth year here in Oklahoma. Wild Brew is back and just as fun as ever at the Cox Business Center, with the Broken Arrow Brewery, Iron Monk Brewery, Bricktown Brewery and many more. Sutton Avian Research Center Director of Development Audra Fogle talks about ... read more »

OkWU Orange Movement to Run from NYC to DC

Jul 30, 2018

You can help Oklahoma Wesleyan University women as they support a rescue home for women who are human trafficking victims in Southeast Asia.  Oklahoma Wesleyan's chapter of the International Justice Mission is known as the Orange Mission.  It encourages students on the campus to get ... read more »

Recreational Marijuana Petition Continues

Jul 30, 2018

A group working to legalize recreational marijuana in Oklahoma says it's gathered enough signatures to qualify for the ballot.        Green the Vote announced Sunday that's collected more than 132,000 signatures for its ballot measure to legalize recreational m ... read more »

State Question 798 Could Change Governor Ticket

Jul 29, 2018

Oklahoma voters will decide in November if candidates for governor and for lieutenant governor should run on a joint ticket, much like candidates for U.S. president and vice president.   Gov. Mary Fallin on Friday issued an election proclamation to place the question, State Question ... read more »

Court Ruling Could Change Tribal Jusidictions

Jul 29, 2018

Legal experts say a federal appeals court ruling that overturned a condemned Native American man's murder conviction in Oklahoma on jurisdictional grounds could radically change how tribal members are prosecuted in a massive area that was assigned to tribes before Oklahoma became a state, inc ... read more »

Nowata Couple Charged with Child Endangerment

Jul 28, 2018

A Nowata couple has been arrested for child neglect and child endangerment after police say they found the couple’s young children living in a home full of dead mice and trash.   Nowata police say they entered Ashley Abel and Jason Jones Jr.’s home after they were called ... read more »

New Marijuana Rules Proposed

Jul 28, 2018

Oklahoma health officials have released new proposed medical marijuana rules that remove some of the most controversial provisions, including a ban on the sale of smokable pot and a requirement that female patients get a pregnancy test.   The Oklahoma State Department of Health poste ... read more »

PSO Will Not Pursue Wind Catcher Project

Jul 28, 2018

Public Service Company of Oklahoma has announced it is no longer pursuing its proposed Wind Catcher Energy Connection project following a decision by the Public Utility Commission of Texas on Thursday to deny approval of the project.  The project had previously received approvals by the Arka ... read more »

Bartlesville Radio Auction Set for Saturday

Jul 27, 2018

It is here, the Bartlesville Radio Auction is Saturday morning at the Washington County Fairgrounds. The doors will open at 8 a.m., and the bidding will start at 9 a.m. You must be registered to bid on items, which is free and when you register your name is put in the drawing for door prizes. ... read more »

The Indians Beat Ada to Advance in State tournament

Jul 27, 2018

The Bartlesville Indians beat the Ada A’s 13-1 in the second game of the Oklahoma American Legion State tournament in Madill, Oklahoma. The Indians scored three runs in the bottom of the first with a two-run home run by Braden Beasley to right field. The Indians also went on to score si ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested for Open Container

Jul 26, 2018

A man pulled over for a defective tail light found himself in police custody on Thursday morning. Luis Tavarez appeared in front of a judge at the Washington County Courthouse facing multiple charges including possession of a controlled dangerous substance, transporting an open container and driv ... read more »

Work to Begin on Johnstone Ave. Pavement Project

Jul 26, 2018

The City of Bartlesville announced through a press release that work on the Johnstone Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation Project is slated to begin on Monday, July 30th. The project consists of pavement rehabilitation on Johnstone Avenue between 14th Street and 17th Street. This also includes the ... read more »

Former Superintendent Makes Restitution

Jul 26, 2018

The United States Attorney’s Office and the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office have collected full restitution owed by the former Skiatook Superintendent of Schools.  U. S. Attorney Trent Shores announced his office received the $207,590 former superintendent, Gary Johnson o ... read more »

Senator Lankford Urges President on Trade Talks

Jul 26, 2018

Senator James Lankford says he met with President Trump at the White House to talk with him aboiut trade negotiations.  In a statement, Lankfor says the President's announcement to wrap up trade disputes is an important and significant step forward.  Lankford says he continues to en ... read more »