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PODCAST: Sen. Lankford Talks Border, Infrastructure and HR 1

Apr 15, 2021

US Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford chucked in with Bartlesville Radio by phone this week. The Senator brought us up to date on the record breaking surge in migrants on our Southern border, the Democrats $3 trillion infrastructure bill and concerns about HR 1, the expansive voting bill pas ... read more »

WCSO Hosts Agriculture Police Training

Apr 13, 2021

The Washington County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) hosted a training put on by State Department of Agriculture Special Agents at the County Fairgrounds in Dewey over the passed two days. WCSO Sheriff Scott Owen said the Case Agents with the State Department of Agriculture have been invaluable ... read more »

AMG St. John Opens Post-Acute COVID Care Clinics

Apr 14, 2021

Ascension Medical Group St. John (AMG St. John) has opened post-acute COVID-19 care clinics in Bartlesville and Tulsa. Warren C. Hancock, a DO with Ascension St. Johm Jane Phillips, said these new outpatient clinics are designed for long-term patients who previously tested positive for COVID-19 a ... read more »

Pawhuska Fire Department Holding Event at School on Friday

Apr 14, 2021

In conjunction with the Osage Nation, the Pawhuska Fire Department will be putting on an event at the school this Friday discouraging students from drinking and driving. Fire Chief Gip Allen says this will be a mock car wreck and will show what could happen if you make the mistake of drinking and ... read more »

Arvest Foundation Contributes $5K to Elder Care

Apr 14, 2021

The Arvest Foundation recently announced a $5,000 contribution to Elder Care. Arvest local bank president Kim Adams presented the check to Cordell Rumsey, Elder Care executive director. In a statement, Adams said: “It is our pleasure to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest ... read more »

Pawhuska Library Preparing for New Catalog System

Apr 14, 2021

This year's summer reading program theme at the Pawhuska Public Library is, “Trails and Tales.” Library Director Yvonne Rose is still working out the details with the school, but she says students are bound to enjoy their time at the library this summer.   Rose added ... read more »

Hillcrest Detours Remain Short-Term

Apr 14, 2021

Work on Hillcrest Drive in Bartlesville continues. While the stretch of road between 20th Street and Hillcrest Heights is closed for now, Bartlesville city officials say the road will be passable in the near future and for much of the remainder of the project. Hillcrest traffic is detoured to ... read more »

Pawhuska EMS Director Talks Finances

Apr 14, 2021

Pawhuska EMS changed billing companies in October, as Director Kenneth Freeman wasn't satisfied with the one they had been with in years past. At Monday evening's city council meeting, Freeman compared how poorly the last company did regarding finances to the one they currently use. & ... read more »

Sen. Daniels Sees Senate Bill 961 Pass Thru the House

Apr 14, 2021

The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 961 on Wednesday afternoon. Senate Bill 961, authored by Republican Rep. Mark Lepak of Claremore and Republican Senator Julie Daniels of Bartlesville, will protect private foundations and charitable trusts from new filing and reporting ... read more »

ASAP #306, ASAP #309 to No Longer be Operational May 1

Apr 14, 2021

Due to COVID-19 and social distancing concerns, ASAP  #306 at 3315 SE Frank Phillips Boulevard and ASAP #309 at 901 SE Madison in Bartlesville will no longer be operating by Saturday, May 1st, 2021. The remaining four ASAP General Stores will operate at usual. #306 and #309 customers wil ... read more »

Eight-Year Plan Pushes Back Wash. Co. Projects

Apr 14, 2021

Circuit Engineering District (CED) Number One updated the Washington County Commissioners about their Eight-Year Construction Work Plan in recent days. During this week's Washington County Commissioners meeting, Commissioner Mitch Antle went over the list of projects impacted by the plan ... read more »

Pawhuska Council Changes Name of Street

Apr 14, 2021

At Tuesday evening's city council meeting in Pawhuska, council members had an ordinance presented to them that would change what is known as “5th Street” to “Allen Brothers Street” from Kihekah Ave. to Leahy Ave. This is something the council wanted to do. A member of ... read more »

City of Bartlesville Reminds the Public of Garage Sale Guidelines

Apr 14, 2021

As warmer weather nears, garage sales are sure to pop up throughout the City of Bartlesville and as you advertise them, it is important to do that legally. Guidelines put in place by the Bartlesville City Council state that signs put on the property where the sale is set to take place shall n ... read more »

Cinderella to Take Center Stage at Community Center

Apr 14, 2021

Every spring the Bartlesville Civic Ballet (BCB) brings a full length classical, modern ballet production or a selection of variations from classical ballets to the Bartlesville stage. This year, join BCB for the fairytale classic that sparkles with humor and heart, Cinderella, on Saturday, A ... read more »

Bartlesville History Museum Offering E-Newletter Signup

Apr 14, 2021

The Bartlesville Area History Museum invites you to sign up to receive its E-Newsletter once a quarter. You’ll receive announcements about special events, guest speakers, and much more. BAHM’s Spring Newsletter is already out. A link to sign up can be found on the BAHM’s Fac ... read more »