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Boys & Girls Club is a Busy Place

Jun 08, 2017

Bartlesville's Boys and Girls Club is a busy place this summer.  Resource Development Director, Annah Fischer says the club is four days into its summer camp and the Seminole Club is a busy place. While the club is surrounded by the city of Bartlesville, Fischer says while the parti ... read more »

Washington Park Mall Up For Sale

Jun 07, 2017

The Washington Park Mall is on the market. Bartlesville's shopping center is now up for sale for more than $13 million. According to Realtor Eric Wohl from Hanley Investment Group, the decision came around early April.    Wohl says that he has had several parties that have been ... read more »

OK Mozart Opens 33rd Festival

Jun 08, 2017

The 33rd annual OK Mozart Music Festival kicks off Thursday with a variety of concert styles - classical, country, pop, jazz, chamber and inspirational.  The nine-day festival kicks off Thursday evening with opening ceremonies.  Publicity Director, Susan Albert says the opening take ... read more »

Price Tower Celebrates Wright's Birthday

Jun 08, 2017

Archetect, Frank Lloyd Wright would turn 150 years old today.  Bartlesville's Price Tower is observing the event.  The Tower opened a Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit in its gallery last week and Education and Outreach Specialist Price Connors says docents will be presenting tours of the ... read more »

Idependence Concludes Cat Shooting Investigation

Jun 08, 2017

The Independence Police Department and Montgomery County authorities have issued a statement on their investigation into the shooting of a cat last month.  In off-duty Independence police sergeant shot the cat May 31st after the animal bit his daughter.  The sheriff’s detective in ... read more »

Holt Death Jurisdiction Dispute

Jun 08, 2017

A jurisdiction dispute about who can prosecute two brothers accused of killing an Oklahoma rancher has delayed their trial. The Tulsa World  reports that the Osage County prosecutors' case against Jeremy and Tyler Reece was dismissed again on Friday because the U.S. Attorney still ha ... read more »

Motorcyclist Dies in U. S. 60 Accident

Jun 08, 2017

A motorcyclist is dead as a result of an accident four miles east of Bartlesville on U. S. 60.  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol repots 26 year-old Kimberly Deatherage was westbound on 60 at about 5:23 Wednesday afternoon when her vehicle crossed the center line and hit a motorcyle driven by 44 y ... read more »

Bob Stoops Retires Effective Immediately

Jun 07, 2017

Story by Fox Sport's Zack Pierce @zackpierce821   Coverage on KPGM AM 1500 and FM 99.1   Bob Stoops, the longtime Oklahoma head coach who led the Sooners to an undefeated season and national championship in 2000, is retiring effective immediately, according to m ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Caught Smuggling Meth Into Detention Center

Jun 07, 2017

A Bartlesville man is the Washington County Correctional facility. Kaleb Allen Rodriguez is facing multiple charges including possession of methamphetamines and trying to smuggle contraband into prison. According to affidavit, an officer stopped Rodriguez who was walking on Adams Boulevard be ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman Charged in Domestic Incident

Jun 07, 2017

A Bartlesville woman appeared before a judge today at the Washington County Courthouse. Kimberly Hadley was charged and pled guilty to a domestic assault charge stemming from an incident on June 6. According to affidavit, Hadley got into a dispute with her uncle over the ownership of multiple ... read more »

Tulsa Man Charged With Fraud

Jun 07, 2017

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has filed two felony counts of securities fraud on Robert Eugene Tucker. Tucker is currently serving a suspended sentence after pleading guilty in 2016 to practices similar to the charges filed today by the attorney general’s office. An invest ... read more »

Governor Signs Justice Reform Bill

Jun 07, 2017

Governor Mary Fallin has signed the remaining criminal justice reform bill that was the result of recommendations from her Oklahoma Justice Reform Task Force, saying it was disappointing other proposed measures that would have had more of a direct impact on Oklahoma’s over-capacity prison p ... read more »

Fallin Announces Survey For Veterans

Jun 07, 2017

Governor Mary Fallin has announced a survey about health care needs among Oklahoma veterans. The “Take 10 Survey,” will be conducted by the Oklahoma Veterans Pilot Program, and is an effort to identify the most pressing health care needs among veterans, as well as getting information ... read more »

K-Mart Escapes Again

Jun 07, 2017

Another round of closings of K-Mart stores have been announced, but the Bartlesville location escapes again. 46 more stores have been announced to close in this round, including the Tulsa store. However, Bartlesville has not been one of the 180 combined Sears and K-Mart stores to shut it's do ... read more »

Skiatook Arts Center Holds Fundraiser for Osage Ballet

Jun 07, 2017

The Osage Ballet will be the recipient of a benefit fundraiser hosted by the Skiatook Arts Center June 12 – 30, Osage News reports. The exhibit will feature artwork from across the Country including prominent Native American artist. Several of the artist participating in the exhibit include ... read more »