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2022 Cherokee National Treasures Announced

Sep 12, 2022

Each year, the Cherokee Nation announces the recipients of the National Treasures Award which is used to hoor or commemorate the lives of tribal citizens who have promoted the art and culture of the Cherokee tribe with their lives and careers. This year's honorees are Barbara Adair, Weynema S ... read more »

Osage County Annex Building Pushed Back Again

Sep 12, 2022

The Osage County Commissioners met during their regularly scheduled meeting Monday. They approved several items on the docket but failed to agree on the new Annex building.  This week’s concern was about if the District Attorney’s office will also be moved into the Annex buil ... read more »

First Responders Radio Project update

Sep 12, 2022

The Nowata County Commissioners discussed a couple of items of unfinished business at Monday morning’s meeting. The board tabled an item regarding the First Responders radio project. There was a lengthy discussion about the use of the funds going towards either handheld Walkie Talkies or mo ... read more »

Bartlesville CITY MATTERS 9-12-22

Sep 12, 2022

  On this week's episode of CITY MATTERS, Bartlesville City Manager Mike Bailey recapped last week's city council meeting highlighted by the report from a paid consultant regarding the $17-million cost of refurbishing the First Christian Church and making it a conference center a ... read more »

Vehicle Fire on US 75 Near Ochelata

Sep 12, 2022

  OHP and the Ochelata Fire department responded to a vehicle fire near Ochelata on US 75 over the weekend.   Washington County Undersheriff Jon Copeland tells Batlesville Radio that the vehicle that caught on fire was not the result of a crash and is under investigation by ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Chief Chat Focuses on Traffic, Pride Event, Neighborhood Meetings and New Hires

Sep 12, 2022

  Appearing on BARTLESVILLE POLICE CHIEF CHAT, BPD Chief Tracy Roles began the conversation by urging citizens to pay closer attention when driving, especially when it comes to obeying stop signs and traffic control devices. Roles referrenced that 4-vehicle crash on Sunday at Price Road ... read more »

65th Annual Pentasectional Meeting to be Held in Bartlesville

Sep 12, 2022

The Northern Oklahoma local section of American Chemical Society (ACS) has announced on its website that the 65th Annual Pentasectional Meeting will be held in Bartlesville on October 8 at the Phillips 66 Research Center on Highway 60 at Highway 123. The theme of this year's conference is Sus ... read more »

Oct 14 Last Day to Apply for Voter Registration

Sep 12, 2022

Osage County Election Board Secretary Kelly Chouteau has issued a statement reminding people in Osage County that Friday, October 14 is the last day to apply for voter registration if you want to vote in the upcoming November election. This also applies to Washington and Nowata Counties, as well ... read more »

Hello Fresh Ground Beef Contaminated With E.Coli

Sep 12, 2022

If you were one of the many people who turned to pre-boxed meals being delivered to your home during COVID, and you have continued to receive those meals due to the convenience of it, you will need to pay attention to this news story. HELLO FRESH, one of the leading retailers of home-delivery ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Keeps the Peace at Pride Event

Sep 12, 2022

  Social media sites were buzzing with the events that occurred Friday night surrounding the Pride event at the Unity Square in downtown Bartlesville. Bartlesville Police were on hand to assure that crowds did not become violent.    According to most social media postin ... read more »

Washington County Free Fair: Hotdog Eating Contest

Sep 10, 2022

  It began as a sprint but it wound up as a marathon at the Washington County Free Fair 1st annual hotdog eating contest, but in the end Mitch Doyle won by downing 15 hotdogs.   The winner was to be determined by who could eat 20 hotdogs first or the most in 20 minutes, but ... read more »

Washington County Free Fair Saturday

Sep 10, 2022

  The Washington County Free Fair wraps up today at the fairgrounds in Dewey with years of tradition and a new look and feel! This year's Washington County Free Fair is themed "Footloose" with some new attractions.    Listen for our live broadcast today on ... read more »

Arvest Foundation Donates to Wreaths Across America

Sep 08, 2022

This week, Arvest Foundation presented a $2000 check to the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) for 130 wreaths the group will lay on Veterans in December in White Rose Cemetary, the only city-owned cemetary in Bartlesville.   The check was presented by Ar ... read more »

St John Catholic School Celebration

Sep 09, 2022

Today, St John Catholic School celebrated two milestones in its history: 110 years of educational service to Bartlesville and surrounding communities and the recognition as an Oklahoma A+ School. About 25 dignitaries representing various organizations around the city and county -- many of who ... read more »

GAST Festival to be Held on September 10-11

Sep 09, 2022

The German-American Society of Tulsa is pleased to announce its ArtFest 2022 to be held on Saturday, September 10 from 10 am to 5 pm and on Sunday, September 11 from Noon to 5 pm. The event will be held at the GAST Event Centr in midtown Tulsa, at 15th Street and Terrace Drive. This the secon ... read more »