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County Commissioners to Hear from Skiatook City Manager

Dec 07, 2018

The Osage County Commissioners will meet at the Courthouse on Monday and it will be a busy morning. Dan Yancey, the Skiatook City Manager, will be on hand to talk about several things going on in the city of Skiatook. Among other things, there will be discussion regarding funding allocation f ... read more »

Conditions Should Remain Dry this Weekend

Dec 07, 2018

The winter weather storm that has been advertised to produce heavy snow and ice has dwindled significantly in recent days. Chief meteorologist Travis Meyer from the News on 6 tells Bartlesville Radio that the weather will be light and mostly south of Tulsa and Oklahoma City. After having a ne ... read more »

Many Events Going on in Osage County

Dec 07, 2018

There are many events going on in Osage County. Some of those events have been postponed or moved around, but they are all still scheduled to happen within the next couple of weeks. The Christmas in Barnsdall parade is still scheduled for tomorrow at 6 p.m. Santa will be flying in from the No ... read more »

Sen. Daniels Honored by Trust in Leadership

Dec 07, 2018

Bartlesville’s Senator Julie Daniels has been chosen to chair the Senate Judiciary Committee during the 57th Legislature. She will guide the panel through consideration of legislation impacting the judicial branch of government and other related issues. Daniels will also serve as Vice C ... read more »

ODOT Will Work on U.S. 75

Dec 07, 2018

The Oklahoma Department of Transporation will be working on a section of U. S. 75 in Washington County.  You can expect various lane closures on north and southbound US-75 near 2900 Rd. north of Ramona through early spring of next year for an intersection modification project. Drivers should ... read more »

ODOT Bridge Work will Disrupt U. S. 60 Traffic

Dec 07, 2018

Oklahoma Department of Transportation contract crews will close the westbound lanes of Adams Boulevard from 6 Saturday morning to 6 Saturday evening to accommodate work underway at the Caney River Bridge.  Work began several months ago to replace the beams and bridge deck over the Caney Rive ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged After Multiple Burglaries at Same Residence

Dec 06, 2018

A Bartlesville man was arrested on November 29 after repeated instances of burglary at the same residence. Joshua Whitley was arraigned on a charge of second degree burglary at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday. According to an affidavit, the victim began noticing small things miss ... read more »

Christkindl Market to Change Location Saturday

Dec 06, 2018

Due to the weather, OKM Music Christkindl Market this Saturday, December 8th has been moved to Mary Martha Outreach located at 1845 W. 4th street next to United Grocery Store and the new ASAP General Store.  The market will include great local talent including Brent Gidden’s Band, Bart ... read more »

Lookin’ Sharp Donates Coats to Salvation Army Thursday

Dec 06, 2018

Lookin’ Sharp Laundry and Dry Cleaning collected 150 coats and donated them to the Salvation Army on Thursday. Originally Lookin’ Sharp owner Barbara Carlson says her son Kyle Carlson called her to tell her that they needed to do a coat drive. She says the Bluestem Baptist Church in D ... read more »

Youth of the Year to be Named at Friday Luncheon

Dec 06, 2018

The Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville will name their Youth of the Year on Friday, Dec. 7th during a luncheon. The Great Futures Luncheon will put the talents of their youth on display on Thursday night. Chief Executive Officer Jason Barta says there are 6 finalists.To become a finalist, Ba ... read more »

Home Tours to Continue as Planned Despite Weather

Dec 06, 2018

Bartlesville Civic Ballet’s Christmas a la Carte has four homes up for a tour starting on Friday. Those homes on tour include the Thill home, the Horton home, the Deathe home and the Osage Osais. Development Chairwoman Kathy Zervas explains says your ticket can be used for the entire we ... read more »

Second Grade Class Goes to the Capitol

Dec 06, 2018

Emily Voelkers, the second grade teacher at Richard Kane Elementary School, took her class to a tree lighting ceremony at the state capitol building in Oklahoma City on Tuesday. Voelkers believes her class was able to learn a lot from the experience. The class also got to meet several dignita ... read more »

United Turf and Track to Replace Custer Field Stadium Turf

Dec 06, 2018

The Bartlesville School Board held a special meeting at the Education Service Center on Thursday morning to discuss bids for turf replacement. Among the several bidders wanting to replace the turf at Custer Field Stadium at Bartlesville High School, United Turf and Track from Edmond was awarded t ... read more »

Senator Daniels Named to Leadership Role

Dec 05, 2018

Bartlesville's Senator Jullie Daniels has been named to the Senate Republican Leadership team for the 57th Legislature.  Senate President Pro Tempore designate Greg Treat announced his selection of Senator Kim David of Porter to serve as Majority Floor Leader and Senator Roger Thompson o ... read more »

Anticipating Winter Weather in Washington County

Dec 05, 2018

The Washington County Emergency Management crews prepare for the winter weather that is expected to hit northeast Oklahoma on Friday and Saturday. Washington County Emergency Management Director Kerry Cox says the forecast is constantly changing. For now, Cox says they expect to see 2 to 3 in ... read more »