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Bartlesville Habitat for Humanity Sets Warehouse Sale

Feb 12, 2020

The Bartlesville Area Habitat for Humanity will hold a warehouse sale where the proceeds will be directed towards their building program. Saturday, Feb. 15th from 8:00 a.m. to noon at 900 S. Maple is when and where the Bartlesville Area Habitat for Humanity will hold the warehouse sale. Items ... read more »

Uncork Your Support to Help Lowe Family Young Scholars

Feb 12, 2020

“Uncork Your Support” will be held at the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church located at 210 E. 9th Street in Bartlesville next month. The event is aimed at supporting the Lowe Family Young Scholars program. Their mission is to assist academically promising, yet economically disadva ... read more »

Donaldson Jr. Found Guilty of Murder in the First Degree

Feb 11, 2020

Terry Donaldson Jr. has been found guilty of murder in the first degree. A 12-person jury panel returned the verdict on Tuesday afternoon. The jury deliberations lasted less than two hours. List of other counts and recommended sentences: CF-18-300 Count 1, Murder in the First Degree, ... read more »

Judge: Oklahoma, Tribes Mediate Gambling Compact Dispute

Feb 12, 2020

A federal judge has ordered that Gov. Stitt and Native American tribes to mediate their dispute over the gambling compacts that give tribes the exclusive right to operate casinos in the Oklahoma. U.S. District Court Chief Judge Timothy D. DeGiusti for the state’s western district on Mon ... read more »

Runoff Election to Take Place for Pawhuska Council Seat

Feb 11, 2020

There will be a runoff election for the Councilman at Large Seat in the City of Pawhuska.   Steve Tolson garnered 47.9 percent of the vote and the incumbent, Rodger Milleson, garnered 25.1 percent of the vote. Amber Nash and Byron Cowan combined to get the remaining 27 percent. The t ... read more »

Adams Named as Arvest Bartlesville's CEO, President

Feb 11, 2020

Arvest Bank in Bartlesville has named a new president and CEO. Kim Adams was tapped to fill the leadership role for the bank on Tuesday. Adams said Arvest Bank's mission has been, and always will be, about taking care of their customers and making sure their customers' financial needs ... read more »

Spotlight Teacher Honored at Pawhuska Board Meeting

Feb 11, 2020

At Monday evening's school board meeting in Pawhuska, Jodi Culver was honored for being the spotlight teacher of the year. Superintendent David Cash says she is a long time teacher at Pawhuska and as a result has the respect of her peers.   (Photo Courtesy of Pawhuska Public Scho ... read more »

Pawhuska Students Enjoying Club Days

Feb 11, 2020

Pawhuska Schools recently held its second club day at the school and Superintendent David Cash says the students are enjoying the idea. This is an hour where students have the option to take a cooking class, play chess, or any other activities they find interesting. Cash even got out and took par ... read more »

Allegiant Air Adds New Non-Stop Service From San Diego to Tulsa

Feb 11, 2020

Allegiant Air announced today their plans to offer new nonstop summer seasonal service between Tulsa and San Diego (SAN) beginning June 3, 2020. To commemorate the new nonstop, the airline has launched a celebration sale with fares starting as low as $69* one-way.  “Service to San ... read more »

Pawhuska Superintendent, Assistant Sup. Get Contracts Renewed

Feb 11, 2020

The Pawhuska School Board met for a regularly scheduled meeting at the Administration Building Monday evening and got a number of things accomplished. The board honored junior high teacher Jodi Culver for being the spotlight teacher of the year. Superintendent David Cash said Culver does a gr ... read more »

Pawhuska Council Looks to Authorize CDBG Grant Application

Feb 11, 2020

The Pawhuska City Council will meet for a regularly scheduled meeting at City Hall Tuesday evening to discuss a wide array of topics. There will first be possible action regarding holding a public hearing for a Community Development Block Grant application. If passes, there would then be acti ... read more »

Missing Girl Found Safe, Returned Home

Feb 11, 2020

A 17-year-old girl who was reported missing Sunday has been found unharmed.   The parents of Shakiah Crawford are thankful for her safe return home.   The girl was reported missing when she did not arrive for work on February 8, 2020.  No other details were disclose ... read more »

Lankford, Inhofe, Mullin, Hern, Stitt React to President Trump’s Proposal to Build VA Hospital in Tulsa

Feb 11, 2020

Monday afternoon, President Trump released his 2021 Presidential Budget Request, which identifies his goals and funding priorities for next year. The request includes funding to build a new hospital in Tulsa and is complemented with plans for a major investment in the Muskogee health facility to ... read more »

Key Witnesses Tesify in Day Three of Donaldson Murder Trial

Feb 10, 2020

The murder trial against Terry ‘T.J.’ Donaldson Jr. resumed at the Washington County Courthouse on Monday. The trial entered its third day with several notable witnesses taking the stand. The State of Oklahoma, being represented by District Attorney Kevin Buchanan and Assistant D ... read more »

Library to Offer Health Apps & Fitness Wearables Class

Feb 10, 2020

Technology has transformed the way we take care of ourselves by allowing us to use our mobile devices and accessories such as fitness bands to eat healthy, stay in shape and maintain a healthy lifestyle. The Bartlesville Public Library will host a class on “Health Apps & Fitness Wea ... read more »