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Governor's Prayer Breakfast

Feb 01, 2020

The first Governor’s Prayer Breakfast “United Through Prayer” is scheduled for 7 a.m. Feb. 18 at the Bartlesville Community Center.   Deb Cook, local coordinator, tells us Bartlesville has been chosen as a host for this live-stream simulcast event, which will start ... read more »

VIDEO: Sen. Lankford Recaps Friday's Impeachment Hearing and Vote

Feb 01, 2020

U-S Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford tonight gave a recap of Friday’s Senate impeachment trial.  Lankford discussed the Senate’s decision today in a 51 to 49 vote not to call additional witnesses and gave an updated timeline for the next steps toward voting on th ... read more »

Tests Come Back Negative for Coronavirus in Oklahoma

Jan 31, 2020

Two Oklahomans have tested negative for the coronavirus. Six people from the United States have tested positive for the coronavirus, none in the state of Oklahoma, this according to a press release from the OKlahoma State Department of Health. Nowata County Emergency Manager Laurie Summers says i ... read more »

Allegations Claim Woman Took $450,000 from an Elderly Victim

Jan 31, 2020

A Bartlesville woman was arraigned on charges of exploitation of the elderly at the Washington County Courthouse on Friday. Leslie Blevins appeared in front of a judge over teleconference from the Washington County jail. Court documents allege that Blevins had power of attorney over a 90-year ... read more »

35 Ottawa County Inmates Housed in Washington County

Jan 31, 2020

Approximately 35 inmates from the Ottawa County Jail are being housed at the Washington County Detention Center in Bartlesville. Washington County Sheriff Scott Owen said he got the call from Jeremy Floyd, the Ottawa County Sheriff, on Thursday evening, who said they needed help with housing ... read more »

Storm Spotting Training Takes Place in Osage County

Jan 31, 2020

We are only midway through winter, but Osage County Emergency Manager Jerry Roberts says a severe weather storm spotting training session was held Thursday evening at the Osage County Fairgrounds for police officers, EMS personnel and any Osage County residents interested in attending.   ... read more »

Inhofe: Impeachment Shadows Trump's Accomplishments

Jan 31, 2020

The question and answer period for the impeachment proceedings of President Donald Trump closed on Thursday. Republican U.S. Senator for Oklahoma Jim Inhofe said the goal of the House ran by the Democrats is to push the proceedings as close to November as possible. He said they are trying to ... read more »

Miss Oklahoma Visits with Bartlesville Students

Jan 31, 2020

Miss Oklahoma, also known as Addison Price, visited Richard Kane Elementary School and Woodrow Wilson Elementary School on Friday morning. During her visit, Miss Oklahoma talked to a gym full of kids about dreaming big, believing in themselves, and overcoming obstacles. This visit was made po ... read more »

Wilt: Christmas in the Ville was a Huge Success in 2019

Jan 31, 2020

Christmas in the Ville was a huge success for the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce in 2019. Sherri Wilt, the Chamber's President, said the weather cooperated this year and they had a huge reach in the region. She said Christmas in the Ville saw over 5,400 people ice skate. She added that ... read more »

VIDEO: CAPITOL CALL Presented by PHILLIPS 66

Jan 31, 2020

The Second Regular Session of the 57th Legislature convenes on Monday, Feb. 3rd. We got a bit of a preview some of the things lawmakers plan to acheive in the session when Senator Julie Daniels, Rep. Darrell Fencher and Rep Judd Strom Friday morning joined us in studio for CAPITOL CALL prese ... read more »

Oklahoma Insurance Department Donates Shotguns

Jan 31, 2020

Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready donated a Remington 870 Shotgun to the Coweta Police Department Chief Mike Bell (pictured) at the Oklahoma Insurance Department’s Oklahoma City office on Thursday. The Oklahoma Insurance Department’s Anti-Fraud Division collected the s ... read more »

Commissioners to Consider Getting New 911 Equipment

Jan 31, 2020

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet at the courthouse in Pawhuska this Monday for what appears to be a brief meeting. The commissioners will consider signing a contract with AT&T to get new 911 equipment. The commissioners will also consider purchasing seven Kenwood Digi ... read more »

Filing Period Opens Monday for Dewey Municipal Offices

Jan 31, 2020

Candidates for municipal office in the City of Dewey municipality may file Declarations of Candidacy beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 3rd. The filing period ends Wednesday, Feb. 5th at 5:00 pm. Candidates for the offices need to file with the Secretary of the County Election Board. Cand ... read more »

Special County, Presidential Preferential Elections Set

Jan 31, 2020

Oklahoma’s Presidential Preferential Primary election and Washington County’s Special County election is scheduled for Tuesday, March 3rd. Here is what you need to know in the meantime: •           Voters must be a registered ... read more »

Stitt Administration Announces SOONERCARE 2.0

Jan 31, 2020

Governor Kevin Stitt Thursday announced his administration’s healthcare plan, called SoonerCare 2.0, in Washington, D.C. where he was participating in the Trump administration’s release of the Healthy Adult Opportunity (HAO) initiative to give unprecedented flexibility to States to in ... read more »