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District Boundary Lines Agreed Upon in Osage County

Nov 15, 2021

At last week’s Osage County Commissioners meeting, Board members agreed to a plan that would change district boundary lines very little, this after being presented with previous proposals that would have radically changed the three districts. At a previously held meeting, citizens raise ... read more »

Caney Man Charged for Driving Under the Influence

Nov 15, 2021

Caney Police arrest a man for allegedly driving under the influence. According to a new release, officers with the Caney Police Department stopped 25-year-old Joseph Armitage at Taylor and Wood Street in Caney, Kansas, just before 4:00 a.m. on Sunday for a traffic violation. Police discovered ... read more »

Pay Raise Granted for Member of WCEM Leadership

Nov 15, 2021

A dedicated member of Washington County Emergency Management (WCEM) gets a pay raise. The Washington County Commissioners approved a pay increase for WCEM Deputy Director Melissa Mayes out of executive session on Monday morning. According to Board Chairman Mike Bouvier, Mayes will receive an ... read more »

Burnett to Face Lengthy Sentence on Child Neglect Conviction

Nov 15, 2021

A Bartlesville man was sentenced on Friday after being convicted at trial on two counts of child neglect, conspiracy, possession of drug paraphernalia and bail jumping. Kendall Burnett will serve a 10-year sentence on the first charge, a 15-year sentence on the second charge, a 15-year senten ... read more »

Nowata Commissioners Talk Addressing Issue

Nov 15, 2021

The Nowata County Commissioners heard from County Assessor Chandee Hawk at Monday morning’s meeting. Hawk said there was an issue with incorrect addresses being printed on tax statements for some Nowata residents. The documents were sent out on November 10. Hawk said errant addresses ar ... read more »

WCSO Service Agreement, More Receive Approval

Nov 15, 2021

A law enforcement services agreement between the Washington County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) and the Delaware Tribe of Indians receives approval on top of other items. WCSO provided six hours of patrol service to the Delaware Tribe on Saturday. The total amount due to WCSO for this one-time ... read more »

Wash. Co. Approves Three More Projects for ARPA Funds

Nov 15, 2021

Washington County submits three more projects for American Rescue and Recovery Plan Act (ARPA) funding. Washington County Emergency Management Director Kary Cox says one of the projects includes portable laptops and work stations for the Sheriff's Office. Cox says there are several laptop ... read more »

Arvest Foundation Donates $7,500 to Agape Mission

Nov 15, 2021

Agape Mission is one step closer to a new building generator thanks to a $7,500 donation from the Arvest Foundation. Arvest sales manager Whitney Watson and loan manager David Nickel presented the check to Sherri Smith, executive director of Agape Mission. “It is our pleasure to pre ... read more »

2021 Miles for Mammograms Raises Record Donations

Nov 15, 2021

The 2021 Miles for Mammogram 5K/2K breast cancer fundraising race was one for the record books.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Family HealthCare Clinic Executive Director Molly Collins said this year's race raised over $50,000.    Collins said the The Mile ... read more »

Some Medical Workers Out at Ascension St. John Jane Phillips Despite Restraining Order

Nov 12, 2021

The State of Oklahoma filed a lawsuit Friday to block Ascension Healthcare from carrying out its plan to fire employees who have been denied religious exemptions from its nationwide COVID-19 vaccine mandate. However, some workers at Ascension St. John Jane Phillips ended the day without a job ... read more »

Green Country Christmas Daily Prizes Drawings Start Today

Nov 12, 2021

The winning begins today in our Green Country Christmas! Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNTECTION, Bartlesville Radio Promotions Director Tina Romine announced the we will begin drawing Monday morning for for over $40-thousand worth of cash and prizes. Romine says you can listen each weekday fo ... read more »

Green Country Republican Women’s Club Earn State and National Awards

Nov 14, 2021

GCRWC President Mayri Hebert announced that awards were presented at 2 recent conventions. Green Country Republican Women’s Club (GCRWC) again won the top National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) Diamond Award for 2020-2021 and several Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women (OKF ... read more »

Bartlesville's Got Talent: And the Winner Is.......

Nov 14, 2021

It was a fun evening filled with Bartlesville’s own local talent in a thrilling competition to raise money for the Lowe Family Young Scholars, Pack the Backpacks.   Each attendee received 5 votes at event registration and could purchase additional votes for $1.00 each, befo ... read more »

Warm Up Bartlesville Event is a Big Success

Nov 13, 2021

  It was a community event to help keep Bartlesville's residents warm this winter.   Pastor Rando Gamble with Get Real Ministries says "Warm Up Bartlesville" outfitted over 800 people on Saturday at the Bartlesville Community Center parking lot, 300 S ... read more »

Veterans Day Parade in Bartlesville Honors Local Heroes

Nov 13, 2021

Chilly, but gorgeous weather, a parade and a salute to our local veterans in Bartlesville. American Legion Post 105 sponsored the Veterans Day Parade in Bartlesville on Saturday morning. The parade stepped off from the Phillips 66 Parking Lot and marched around downtown to the delight of a si ... read more »