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Bartlesville Man Lies About Accident, Charged With DUI

Nov 13, 2017

A call about a single car accident on highway 60 led to the arrest of a Bartlesville man. Jesse Kerr was arrested and charged with driving under the influence as well as driving with a suspended license for an incident that occurred over the weekend. Kerr stood before a judge at the Washington Co ... read more »

Health Department Administrator Discusses Furloughs

Nov 13, 2017

This week the Osage County Health Department Administrator Larry Bergner presented information regarding the current state of the Health Department in Osage County specifically in reference to funding and the ongoing budget shortfall at the state level. Bergner built on a discussion which began l ... read more »

Nowata Commissioners Discuss Election

Nov 13, 2017

The Nowata County Commissioners discussed concerns with the upcoming election at a brief meeting on Monday morning. The election will be held Tuesday and the only item on the ballot is a five-year extension on a one percent sales tax for the road and bridges of Nowata County. Curtis Barnes ex ... read more »

Search for Bartlesville High Football Coach

Nov 13, 2017

High school football season is mostly over across Northeast Oklahoma. All the clubs in Osage, Washington and Nowata Counties are now done with their seasons after Barnsdall and Caney Valley lost their first-round playoff games this past weekend.  The offseason will bring changes to many ... read more »

Washington County Republicans Host Candidates

Nov 13, 2017

Candidates for elected offices First Districdt Congressman, Lieuteneant Governor, and other statewide office were in Dewey to talk with the Republican party faithful Sunday afternoon.  Organizer, Joe Beffer says the event grew from an opportunity for each of the congressional candidates to s ... read more »

Lee Stone Honored as Veterans Day Grand Marshall

Nov 11, 2017

100 year-old Lee Stone of Bartlesville rode in Saturday's Veterans Day Parade.  Stone was honored as this year's Grand Marshall for the event.  He served in the Army Quartermaster Corps attached to the Army Air Corps during World War II.  He says he was part of the drive in ... read more »

Berry to Receive Investigator Award

Nov 11, 2017

Bartlesville Fire Department Investigator Capt. Jerry Berry has been selected to receive one of the most prestigious awards in his industry — the International Association of Arson Investigators’ Investigator of the Year Award for the Oklahoma chapter.   Only 70 of the aw ... read more »

Accident On Price Road

Nov 10, 2017

An Accident occurred on Friday afternoon on the roundabout at Silverlake Road and Price Road. Ambulance and Fire Trucks were called to the scene. Reportedly, two people were on stretchers and two cars were totaled. We will have more information as it becomes available. ... read more »

Standoff In Osage County

Nov 10, 2017

Osage County Deputies were in a standoff with a suspect near Ralston Friday. The suspect reportedly fired several shots at the deputies when they approached a home when responding to a call. We have been told by the Osage county Sheriff's office that they are not speaking on the matter at the ... read more »

Burglary Suspect Arrested

Nov 10, 2017

Bartlesville Police received a call on Thursday morning of a burglary in progress at a residence located in the 400 block of NW Aledo. The home owner was calling from out of state explaining they had just received a burglary alarm alert on their phone. The homeowner stated they had also used thei ... read more »

Republican Chili Cook Off

Nov 10, 2017

The Washington County GOP, Washington County Young Republicans, and OKWU College Republicans will be holding a chili cook off for candidates. Andy Coleman, Nathan Dahm, Tim Harris, Kevin Hern, and Danny Stockstill will all participate in making their own chili, which will be judged. Joe Beffe ... read more »

New Innovative Sandwich Shop To Open

Nov 10, 2017

A  new Subway sandwich shop will be opening on Saturday in Bartlesville. The new store will be a “Fresh Forward” Subway which is designed to enhance the customer experience. There will be new decor, kiosks, and curated music. This will be the first “Fresh Forward” sho ... read more »

Joy Hofmeister Outlines Oklahoma Edge Plan

Nov 10, 2017

Oklahoma's School Superintendent, Joy Hofmeister spent the day in Bartlesville Friday.  She took time to talk about a new 8-year plan to improve education.  Hofmeister says schools will work to give graduates a competitive edge, so the plan is called the Oklahoma Edge.   ... read more »

Ice Skating Coming To Bartlesville

Nov 09, 2017

The Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce will be offering ice skating this holiday season. Between November 29 through December 19, you and your family will have the opportunity to sign up for ice skating lessons as part of the Christmas In The Ville Celebration. Kenzie Froebe with the Bartlesville C ... read more »

Oklahoma Beef Checkoff Defeated

Nov 09, 2017

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry announced the refundable Oklahoma Beef Checkoff referendum failed with 2,506 no votes and 1,998 yes votes.     Rancher and President of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, Weston Givens says he faces challenge ... read more »