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Town of Ochelata Continues to Battle Water Leak

Jan 21, 2022

The Town of Ochelata battles a water leak. According to Washington County Emergency Management Director Kary Cox, the Ochelata Fire Department notified them of a water main leak on 2800 Road that caused the town to shut off water to its residents on Friday afternoon. Cox says there is no time ... read more »

Ribbon Cutting to be Held at Sooner State Espresso

Jan 21, 2022

A ribbon cutting ceremony is set to take place at Sooner State Espresso in Bartlesville. The local family owned and operated coffee stand is located at 1709 1/2 SW Frank Phillips Boulevard. They look to forge relationships within our community by sharing their passion for coffee and Oklahoma. ... read more »

43rd Bartlesville Mardi Gras Set for February 26

Jan 21, 2022

Get the good times rolling with Mardi Gras 2022 in Bartlesville. Martha's Task Executive Director Laura Walton says the 43rd Annual Bartlesville Mardi Gras party will take place on Saturday, Feb. 26, from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. at St. John's Father Lynch Hall, located at 8th Street and Ke ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Facing Murder Charges Given Indictment

Jan 21, 2022

A Federal Grand Jury returns an indictment for a Bartlesville man facing first degree murder charges. Koalton Ellis, 29, of Bartlesville, is accused of first degree murder in Indian Country for his alleged assault of Buffie Raulston in July 2021. According to court records, Ellis stabbed the ... read more »

2022 BPSF Educator Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

Jan 21, 2022

Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) announces three new members to be inducted into the BPSF Educator Hall of Fame. BPSF Executive Director Blair Ellis says Ginny Drummond, Bill Beierchmitt, and Jeanette Askins – all retired educators – will be inducted this spring. Elli ... read more »

BPS Plans to Return to In-Person Learning on Monday

Jan 21, 2022

  Bartlesville Public Schools Supt. Chuck McCauley tells Bartlesville radio BPS plans to resume in-person classes at all of our schools on Monday, January 24.   Supt. McCauley says the district still has some teachers, support staff, bus drivers, and substitutes in isolation ... read more »

Stearman Files Bills Addressing COVID-19 Vaccines

Jan 21, 2022

House District 11 State Representative Wendi Stearman of Collinsville files three bills in support of the rights of Oklahomans against oppression and against the exploitation of the COVID-19 virus. House Bill 4321 would prohibit the State Department of Health, medical facilities and doctors f ... read more »

ShamRock the 'Ville to Take Place on March 5

Jan 21, 2022

ShamRock the 'Ville, a St. Patrick's Day celebration in downtown Bartlesville, is set to return in March. Festivities include a 5K race, a one mile Fun Run, prizes and plenty of great costumes. This event benefits Catholic Charities Mary Martha Outreach (CCMMO), a non-profit organizat ... read more »

Madison Horn to Address Washington County Democrats

Jan 21, 2022

U.S Senate candidate, Madison Horn, will join the Washington County Democrats on Thursday, Jan. 27, at 7:00 p.m. at the Bartlesville Public Library. Joy Hofmeister, State Superintendent of Public Instruction and candidate for governor, was scheduled to speak but put plans on hold due to high ... read more »

The Voice of the Martyrs Calls Christians to Pray for Persecuted Chinese Believers During Winter Olympic Games

Jan 18, 2022

    Over the next few weeks the eyes of the world will turn toward Beijing and the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Leading up to and during the Games, The Voice of the Martyrs is calling Christians to commit to pray for Chinese Christians suffering persecution at the hands of the opp ... read more »

Bartlesville High to Celebrate Committed Staff Member

Jan 21, 2022

One staff member's 36.5 years at Bartlesville High School (BHS) will be celebrated and cherished forever. BHS issued an invitation to celebrate the retirement of Principal Administrative Assistant Paula Amen on Friday, Feb. 18, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the BHS Freshman Conference Room. G ... read more »

House Completes Bill Filing for 2022 Session

Jan 21, 2022

The Oklahoma House of Representatives completes bill filings for the second session of the 58th Legislature. A total of 1,482 House Bills, 18 House Joint Resolutions and 2 House Concurrent Resolutions were filed. The full text of the bills, along with additional information including authors ... read more »

Commissioners to Weigh Public Hearing Item, More

Jan 21, 2022

One of the items the Washington County Commissioners may approve in their next meeting is a resolution regarding a public hearing on Tuesday, Feb. 22. The hearing will be over the reservation of West 1400 Road between North 3960 and its end point into the Caney River. The Commissioners will t ... read more »

Tri County Tech High School Open House Feb 8th

Jan 20, 2022

  You are invited to the Tri County Tech High School Open House.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Outreach and enrollment specialist Braden Schovanec invited prospective students and their parent/guardians to the High School Open House at Tri County Tech, on February 8, ... read more »

OKM Music Reschedules Festival Artist Reveal

Jan 20, 2022

OKM Music has rescheduled its Mozart’s Birthday and Festival Artist Reveal in response to the rise in COVID-19, flu and other viruses affecting the community. The event has been rescheduled to Thursday, Feb. 24, at 5:00 p.m. at Ambler Hall, 415 S Dewey, Suite 100. In a statement, OKM Mu ... read more »