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Osage Nation Scavenger Hunt Taking Place

Nov 17, 2021

The Osage Nation Prevention Program kicked off its Fall Scavenger Hunt on Wednesday and will be running through Tuesday, November 30th. Those who complete all of the tasks will be eligible to win door prizes.   To play the fall-themed scavenger hunt, download the GooseChase iOS or An ... read more »

Tulsa Man Charged with 11 Counts of Burglary

Nov 16, 2021

A Tulsa man was arrested on a Washington County warrant and charged with 11 felony counts of second degree burglary. Alex Curtis appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday where those counts plus one charge of malicious injury to property were brought forward. According to an aff ... read more »

Allcott Nominated to Serve on BDA Board of Trustees

Nov 17, 2021

The Bartlesville Development Authority (BDA) nominates a new candidate to serve on the Board of Trustees. Out of a handfull of candidates, Chase Allcott, a proprietor of Chick-fil-A Bartlesville, was unanimously nominated on Wednesday to serve on BDA's Board of Trustees. Allcott is an act ... read more »

Opening Day of New Recycling Center a Success

Nov 17, 2021

The Bartlesville City Recycling Center opened up on Monday for the first time in nearly a year after a fire occurred at the Tulsa processing center. The City-owned facility is playing host to a California-based company called Replenysh, and the center hauled in 30 bags on the first day alone. Pub ... read more »

Emergency Manager Reminds County of COVID Protocols

Nov 17, 2021

The latest data showing the number of COVID-19 cases across Osage County wasn't available on Monday, as the State Department of Health's website had been down. Numbers has been on a steady decrease, but Emergency Manager Jerry Roberts wants to remind everyone of the protocols that the cou ... read more »

City of Bartlesville Names Employee of the Month

Nov 17, 2021

The City of Bartlesville has announced its Employee of the Month for November. City Manager Mike Bailey presented the award to Street Department Maintenance Worker Judd Ernest earlier this week. Ernest was nominated for the award by Water Utilities Supervisor James Cutler, who had this to say ... read more »

Memo: Ascension Health Care to Stop Unpaid Suspensions

Nov 17, 2021

  Oklahoma Attorney General, John O'Connor, is issuing an order against Ascension Health Care over it's COVID-19 vaccination mandate.    O'Connor issued a cease and desist order claiming Ascension is violating a temporary restraining order that was approved ... read more »

BDA Renews Lease Agreement with Keeco, LLC

Nov 17, 2021

Keeco, LLC sees its lease in the former Springs Global facility renewed. The Bartlesville Development Authority (BDA) unanimously approved to renew its lease agreement with Keeco, LLC, on Wednesday morning. Keeco, LLC will pay $177,344.46 per year for three years starting Wednesday, July 6, 2 ... read more »

Space in Former Siemens Site Leased to Versa Integrity

Nov 17, 2021

The Bartlesville Development Authority (BDA) unanimously agrees to lease space to Versa Integrity. BDA's Jared Patton says they are leasing 15,000 square feet on the ground floor of the Westside Manufacturing Center tower to Versa Integrity. He says Versa will receive an additional 800 sq ... read more »

Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation to Oversee New Tax Break Program for Donations to BPS

Nov 17, 2021

  The Bartlesville Public Schools Board of Education on Monday approved the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation to handle donations to the district on their behalf under Oklahoma Senate Bill 1080.    The Equal Opportunity Scholarship program provides tax credits to d ... read more »

Cookies for a Cause to Benefit Bartlesville United Way

Nov 17, 2021

Bartlesville Regional United Way (BRUW) will benefit from Chick-fil-A Bartlesville's Cookies for a Cause this month. From now through Wednesday, Dec. 1st, 10-percent of sales from all of Chick-fil-A Bartlesville's chocolate chunk cookies will go towards BRUW's 2021 Annual Campaign ... read more »

Ornaments Being Sold to Benefit Local Salvation Army

Nov 17, 2021

Christmas ornaments are being sold to help the Salvation Army of Bartlesville. As part of its Christmas fundraising this year, the Salvation Army is selling Bartlesville Christmas ornaments. The ornaments are homemade in Bartlesville and all proceeds go to support the programs and services of ... read more »

Hope Clinic to Offer Flu Shots on Thursday Evening

Nov 17, 2021

Hope Clinic will have flu shots available on Thursday night. The flu shot event at Hope Clinic, 101 Sooner Road in Bartlesville, will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday. No appointment is needed to be inoculated. Hope Clinic also notes that it will be closed next week for Thanksgiving. ... read more »

Rep. Stearman Files "Keep Our Money in Oklahoma Act"

Nov 16, 2021

House District 11 Representative Wendi Stearman of Collinsville files House Bill 2980, the "Keep Our Money in Oklahoma Act.” Rep. Stearman says the aim of the bill is to protect the parents, children and taxpayers of Oklahoma's public school system from outside influences that ... read more »

Pawhuska Could See Tourism Boom in the Near Future

Nov 16, 2021

Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce Director Kelly Bland has been saying that Osage County is getting ready to see an influx of visitors once the movie, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” gets released. To help with that increase in numbers, Bland has said it is imperative that Pawhuska get a hot ... read more »