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Washington County Commissioners Meeting Preview

Sep 09, 2022

The Washington County Board of Commissioners will hold its regular weekly meeting on Monday, September 12 at 9:30 am on the second floor of the Washington County Courthouse Annex at 400 South Johnstone Avenue in Bartlesville. On the agenda for the meeting are two discussions on participating ... read more »

Washington County Public Facilities Authority Meeting Announced

Sep 09, 2022

The Washington County Public Facilities Authority will hold a meeting on Monday, September 12 at 5:15 pm in the basement meeting room of the Washington County Courthouse Annex at 400 South Johnstone Avenue in Bartlesville. On the agenda for the meeting are considerations of resignations of tw ... read more »

First Responders Invited to BBQ Lunch on Sept 12, 2022

Sep 09, 2022

For the third year, Arnold Moore Neecamp Funeral Home in Bartlesville will hold a special BBQ lunch for first responders in our listening area. The invitation is for all firefighters, police and EMTs -- both on or off duty that day -- to attend a come-and-go BBQ lunch from 11 am to 1 pm at the fu ... read more »

New Fishing Rules Begin September 11, 2022

Sep 09, 2022

Beginning September 11, new bass fishing rules will take effect to help improve the overall health of the population of bass in our state lakes. The new rules allow for a fisherman to keepa total of six bass that are a combination of both large-mouth and small-mouth bass but only one can be o ... read more »

Cherokee Nation Sets Up Exhibit on Cherokee FREEDmen

Sep 09, 2022

A special exhibit commemorating the story of African-Americans who are enslaved by the Cherokee people has opened in Tahlaquah at the Cherokee National Museum. Titled We Are Cherokee: Cherokee Freedmen and the Right to Citizenship, the exhibit festures stories, documents and images of the or ... read more »

Cherokee Nation Gives Awards to Citizens & Groups

Sep 09, 2022

The Cherokee Nation held its annual Cherokee Nation Holiday Awards this past week and at the banquet six tribal citizens and three tribal organizations were recognized with spcial awards for their service to the Cherokee Nation. Awards were given out by Principal Chief Chuck Hoskins, Jr. and Depu ... read more »

Pawhuska Homecoming Royalty Interviews: Eleanor Walker, Trevor Rye, Trevor Hendrix

Sep 09, 2022

Homecoming week continues for Pawhuska High School. Friday’s theme is School Spirit Day. KPGM 99.1/1500 will continue its homecoming royalty interviews at 5 p.m.  Friday’s royalty interviews the queen Eleanor Walker. Daughter of RJ and Kristina Walker. Crowning Captain Trevor ... read more »

Barnsdall Homecoming Royalty Interviews: Lili Adams, Tara Catlin, Kade Hopkins, Nate Harper

Sep 09, 2022

Homecoming week continues for Barnsdall High School. Friday’s theme is Panther Pride Day. KPGM 99.1/1500 will continue its homecoming royalty interviews at 5:10 p.m.  Friday’s royalty interviews Lili Adams and Tara Catlin. Along with senior escorts Kade Hopkins and Nate Harpe ... read more »

Washington Co. Free Fair Friday Events

Sep 09, 2022

  The Washington County Free Fair is this week, through the 11th, 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.    Today's events in ... read more »

New Conservation Rules Encourage Taking Home Small Bass

Sep 08, 2022

Beginning September 11, new bass fishing rules will take effect regarding the size of fish that can be taken home. In the past, larger fish were encouraged but now the new rules allow for keeping a total of six bass that can be a combination of large-mouth and small-mouth but only one can be over ... read more »

Run the Rails 5K Sep. 24

Sep 08, 2022

Run the Rails 5K is happening in Skiatook Sep. 24. The run will begin and end at Skiatook Central Part.  This 5k course follows what had used to be an old railroad track which was converted into a walking trail 16 years ago. There is no need to worry about being in-shape because it i ... read more »

Lankford Takes Next Step to Stop Criminals Purchasing Land

Sep 08, 2022

For the past month, Senator Lankford (R-OK) has been working diligently on closing a loophole that is allowing foreign entities -- most of whom have criminal backgrounds or partnerships -- to purchase land in Oklahoma and other states without any review of the purchase to assure the organization ... read more »

Washington Co. Free Fair Thursday Events

Sep 08, 2022

The Washington County Free Fair is this week, through the 11th, 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.   Today, the fair is open to the public ... read more »

Pawhuska Homecoming Royalty Interviews: Shae Bellamy and Denver Potts

Sep 08, 2022

Homecoming week continues for Pawhuska High School. Thursday’s theme is Heroes vs Villains Day. KPGM 99.1/1500 will continue its homecoming royalty interviews at 5p.m.  Thursday’s royalty interviews Shae Bellamy and her escort Denver Potts. Shae is the daughter of Ashlee and ... read more »

Barnsdall Homecoming Royalty Interviews:McKenna Bryant and Cooper Hill

Sep 08, 2022

Homecoming week continues for Barnsdall High School. Thursday’s theme is Heroes vs Villains Day. KPGM 99.1/1500 will continue its homecoming royalty interviews at 5:10 p.m. Thursday’s royalty interviews McKenna Bryant and her escort Cooper Hill. McKenna is the daughter of Sayre an ... read more »