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Heart and Soul Concert Comes to Bartlesville Saturday

Feb 06, 2019

The Bartlesville Orchestra Symphony will woo you and your special someone with their “Heart & Soul” annual valentine concert soon. The concert will have something to warm everyone's heart as the music will range anywhere from pop songs, movie soundtracks and classics. 20 selec ... read more »

Bill to Ban Vaping in Schools Passes to Senate

Feb 06, 2019

The Senate Education Committee advances Owasso Senator J.J. Dossett's bill to ban vaping in Oklahoma schools. On Tuesday the committee gave unanimous approval to Senate Bill 33 which could expand the Tobacco-Free Schools Act to ban the use of any vaping products. Those products include noncom ... read more »

Big Brothers Big Sisters Looks for Mentors

Feb 06, 2019

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bartlesville is looking for mentors to serve youth in our local community. Area Director Charlene Dew mentions that they strive to build healthy relationships between their mentors and students. She says the staff in Bartlesville does an excellent job making match ... read more »

Osage Nation Broadband Team Meeting on Tuesday

Feb 06, 2019

The Osage Nation Broadband Team will have a public meeting next Tuesday to inform everyone of the upcoming broadband service coming to the Grayhorse area, an unincorporated town approximately five miles southeast of Fairfax.  This will provide an update on current progress and clarify an ... read more »

Opus No. 35 to Benefit Harmony Project Tulsa, More

Feb 06, 2019

OKM Music invites you to join them for Opus No. 35 at the Circle Cinema Theater in Tulsa at the end of the month. Showcase Coordinator Grace Farmer says the event will start at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28 and people will be able to enjoy light hors d'oeuvres with champagne. Farmer mentio ... read more »

Skiatook Chamber Banquet to be held on Saturday

Feb 06, 2019

It isn’t to late to reserve your tickets to the Skiatook Chamber Awards Banquet for this Saturday at the Osage Hotel and Casino in Skiatook. To get tickets, call 918-396-3702 or email admin@skiatookchamber.com. Social networking time begins at 6:30, while dinner and awards will be given ... read more »

Pawhuska Schools Hosts Indian Education Meeting

Feb 05, 2019

Pawhuska Public Schools hosted an Indian Education Meeting Monday evening. Assistant Superintendent Beverly Moore gave a review of each student’s MAP assessment data and parents reviewed policies and procedures for the Title VI Indian Education Grant. The next meeting will be April ... read more »

reNew Church to Open Doors to New Church

Feb 05, 2019

reNew Church in Dewey will have their first service in their new building this coming weekend. Since its inception two years ago, Lead Pastor Gene Hewitt says the church has consistently grown and has 200 seats in their new church. Reverend Hewitt says reNew Church has a desire to be a place ... read more »

Sen. Inhofe Seeks Military Improvement

Feb 05, 2019

Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe says the United States military is slowly recovering since the days of the Obama Administration. Inhofe says the budget for the military dropped 25-percent in the 5-years prior to President Donald Trump's inauguration. He says the best military in the world gr ... read more »

Tower Green Design Committee Meets

Feb 05, 2019

The Tower Green Design Committee held a meeting last week to discuss design plans regarding the Tower Center at Unity Square project. Project Architect Scott Ambler of Ambler Architects, told the committee the plan is about 60 percent complete. The project costs $1.75 million and a community ... read more »

Arrest Made In Bartlesville Armed Robbery

Feb 05, 2019

An alleged armed robbery occurred on Friday at the Skyline Motel after a drug deal went wrong. Quincy Goree was arraigned at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday facing charges of robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy. Goree is one of four people believed to be involved w ... read more »

Fire Response Times Above Average

Feb 05, 2019

Bartlesville Fire Chief John Banks presented the department’s annual report at Monday night’s meeting of the Bartlesville City Council. The average response time for the first crew to arrive on the scene was four minutes and fifty-three seconds. The Bartlesville FD adheres to the ... read more »

Young PHS Duo Shining in Debate Tournaments

Feb 05, 2019

As a freshman and sophomore in high school, Pawhuska's Andrew Williams and Piper Pryor might not have much experience when it comes to speech and debate tournaments, but they are making it look pretty easy so far. The duo won first-place doing a humorous duet at a tournament in Okmulgee on Ja ... read more »

ACCO Safety Meeting Focuses on Medical Marijuana

Feb 05, 2019

Washington County Commissioner Mike Bouvier recently attended an ACCO safety meeting in Oklahoma City where officials talked about medical marijuana. Bouvier says the meeting covered the issue of medical marijuana usage by county employees. He says he obtained information that could soon be ... read more »

Price Field Renovations Coming Along Smoothly

Feb 05, 2019

Planning Design Group out of Tulsa continues to make strides on the renovations at Price Fields in Bartlesville. Bartlesville City Councilman Jim Curd says the last segment the group is working on is a tricky one. He says the segment will see all the power situated and the new concession stand wi ... read more »