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Elder Care Trying to Keep Senior Cool

Jul 20, 2018

  With the heat being so severe in and around Bartlesville it is hard to imagine those without air conditioning. Sadly that is the case for some of our most at risk citizens. Those over 65 years of age. Bartlesville's Elder Care has the cool room project which loans out an air co ... read more »

Mail Theft Reported in Ocheleta

Jul 20, 2018

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is reporting several instances of mail theft in the Ocheleta area. According to a Facebook post, the thief’s have stolen checks and credit cards out of unlocked mailboxes. Some helpful tips to avoid mail theft include: not letting mail sit un ... read more »

United Way Calls for Projects

Jul 20, 2018

The Bartlesville Regional United Way has issued its call to non-profits, churches, and schools to submit their projects for the 2018 Day of Caring.  Day of Caring is a one-day event that provides businesses and organizations an opportunity to perform service projects for the non-profit commu ... read more »

Lankford Meets With Judge Kavanaugh

Jul 20, 2018

Oklahoma's Senator James Lankford met with President Trump's Supreme Court Justice nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh Thursday. Kavanaugh was nominated on July 9th to serve as an Associate Justice to the United States Supreme Court to replace the retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.   ... read more »

Daniels Named to Marijuana Working Group

Jul 20, 2018

Bartlesville’s Senator Julie Daniels is part of a group of five senators and eight representatives who will be part a bipartisan medical marijuana working group.  Legislative leaders announced the formation of the group last week    The first meeting will be held Wedn ... read more »

Tuxedo Project to Start Next Phase

Jul 19, 2018

The Tuxedo Boulevard Rehabilitation Project will move to the next phase this week.  Engineering Director, Micah Siemers says work is wrapping up on the northern two lanes west of U.S. Highway 75 and the southern lanes are closing Friday. The project, which consists of pavement rehabilita ... read more »

Bartlesville Library to Host Rock Concert

Jul 19, 2018

The Bartlesville Public Library invites you to help celebrate the close of the Summer Reading Program with a grand finale — a free rock concert at Sooner Park.  The event will be held at the Sooner Park band shell on Saturday, July 28th and will feature the band “The Usual Su ... read more »

Mullin Votes to Repeal WOTUS

Jul 19, 2018

Second-District Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin released a statement after the House voted to repeal the Obama-era Waters of the U. S. Rule.  Mullin says since the day the Obama Administration implemented the Waters of the United States Rule, he has fought to overturn it.   ... read more »

Osage County Arrest Two Affter Chase

Jul 19, 2018

Police arrest two following a high speed chase on Highway 20 from Hominy to Cleveland early Wednesday.  They are identified as 37-year-old Amber Nowlin of Pawhuska and 38-year-old Clinton Brown of Wynona.  In a post on the department's Facebook page, Hominy Police say the chase ende ... read more »

10th-Annual Empty Bowls Fund Raiser is Coming

Jul 19, 2018

Bartlesville’s Agape Mission will host its 10th-annual Empty Bowls fund raiser next month.  The event supports the ministry’s Food for Kids program and its on-site feeding program.     Agape Executive Director, Sherri Smith reminds you to think again if you ... read more »

Annual Bartlesville School Supply Drive

Jul 19, 2018

The 2018-19 schoolyear is rapidly approaching, and the annual School Supply Drive is right around the corner. The School Supply Drive has been operating in Washington County for 17 years, and this year the mission has not changed. The goal is to make sure that all area children have the school su ... read more »

Green Country Village Partners With Elder Care

Jul 18, 2018

Bartlesville's Green Country Village has partnered with Elder Care's Brighter LIving Program to enhance the quality of life for its independent living residents.  Residency Director for Green Country Village, Casey Williams says the partnership enhances the independent living experie ... read more »

Learn Tai Chi at the Library

Jul 18, 2018

Here's your chance to learn Tai Chi from a Chinese Master.  Starting August first, Tai Chi Master Judy Fu will conduct classes every Wednesday morning at the Bartlesville Public Library.  Literacy Services Coordinator Karen Kerr-McGraw says classes will be held from 11 to 11:40 in t ... read more »

Domestic Incident Leads to Drug Charges

Jul 18, 2018

46 year-old Lisa Chaney of Bartlesville is charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.     A court affidavit indicates a Bartlesville police officer was sent to the area of Hensley and Sunset Monday evening about eight o'clock on a report of a domestic ... read more »

Bartlesville Middle School Receive Distinction

Jul 18, 2018

The Bartlesville Public Schools were honored to find out that their district held two of only three award winning Middle Schools in the state. Project Lead the Way, a curriculum for STEM programs; has announced that Madison Middle School, and Central Middle School are distinguished in the pro ... read more »