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Arvest Foundation Donates To Agape Mission

Sep 20, 2022

Agape Mission serves about 4000 meals each month in Washington County to those who are hungry, hurting and homeless. They also provide snack sacks to children for weekends when they cannot access reduced and free meals at their schools. After  $5000 donation this week from Arvest Foundation, ... read more »

City Church Grocery Giveway Schedule

Sep 15, 2022

City Church is doing its grocery giveaway through Nov. 15 in Bartlesville and Pawhuska. The Bartlesville location is at the church at 4222 Rice Creek Road.  Pawhuska location is at Tri County Tech Business Center at 1225 Virginia Short St.  All events start at 5:30 and end at 6 ... read more »

Elder Care to Host a Digital Assets in Estate Planning Seminar

Sep 20, 2022

Elder Care will host a free seminar, open to all seniors in the community, featuring Brandy Robles, Arvest Wealth Management trust officer.   The increased use of the Internet to conduct day-to-day business, along with using an email inbox instead of a mailbox, have given rise to the ... read more »

Veterans Connection Organiztion Talks Veterans Suicide Prevention

Sep 20, 2022

  September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month —a time to raise awareness of this stigmatized, and often taboo, topic. This month is used to shift public perception, spread hope and share vital information to people affected by suicide. The goal is ensuring that individuals, fri ... read more »

Work Out Your Brain at Elder Care’s New Brain Gains Gognitive Gym!

Sep 20, 2022

Elder Care announces the opening of its cognitive resource gym. According to Abby Petermann, Foundation Therapy Specialists speech-language pathologist, research shows that regular brain stimulation is essential for keeping the aging brain healthy and for neurological recovery after an injury. Ho ... read more »

Miles for Mammograms 5K/2K race looking for race volunteers.

Sep 20, 2022

The Family HealthCare Clinic is looking for volunteers to help with the 2022 Miles for Mammograms 5K/2K breast cancer screening fundraising race. The annual Miles for Mammograms 5K/2K race is scheduled for Saturday, October 1 at the Tower Center at Unity Square.  The race committee antic ... read more »

REPORT: ODOT Officials Defend Bond Firm’s History of Millions in Penalties

Sep 20, 2022

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has defended the  history of $15 million in penalties and fines for its major bond provider by suggesting it was common for such firms to be involved in litigation. ODOT, also speaking for the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority in  answering questi ... read more »

11 Agencies Battle a Fire in Alluwe

Sep 20, 2022

  Nearly a dozen units responded to a large fire in Nowata County Monday night.   The buildings tht caught fire are owned by Robinson Pallet Company in Alluwe.The buildings were once used as a school.   Nearly 70 firefighters from 11 agencies respond ... read more »

Bartlesville Public Schools Board of Education: 2023 School Bond Issue

Sep 19, 2022

  The idea of moving up the 2023 school bond issue election came up near the end of the Bartlesville Public Schools Board on Monday evening.   Supt. Chuck McCauley cited the need for more classrooms due to the influx of new students over the last two school years. The bigges ... read more »

Bruin Scholastic Achievers Highlighted at School Board Meeting

Sep 19, 2022

Bartlesville High School students have earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs. These National Recognition Programs grant underrepresented students with academic honors that can be included on college and scholarship applications and connect students with unive ... read more »

BOK Financial Securities Addresses Expo Funding

Sep 19, 2022

It was an extended session at today's Washington County Commissioners' meeting as Commissioners Antle, Dunlap and Bouvier heard a detailed presentation about the bond funding that would be required to progress on expanding the Expo Center, as conceived by the Public Facilities Authority. ... read more »

Osage Co. Commissioners Agree to Sign Opioid Settlement

Sep 19, 2022

The Osage County Commissioners met at their regularly scheduled meetings on Monday and the commissioners agreed to sign a settlement regarding the Opioid Epidemic.  This is supposed to help fight the effort to reduce Opioid use throughout Osage County. The amount of money to be recei ... read more »

Nowata County Commissioners approve funds for Radio Project

Sep 19, 2022

The Nowata County Commissioners discussed several topics this Monday morning, most notably that of the First Responders Radio Project. Project Head Laurie Summers gave an update on the quote for the Project, Hand held speakers and tower included. The quote went up from its previous number by $10, ... read more »

PODCAST: Cherokee Nation Prinicpal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr.

Sep 19, 2022

  Cherokee Nation Principal Chuck Hoskin Jr. recently called into Bartlesville radio for our monthly podcast.   The majority of our consversation revolved around the Cheroke Nation's $3.5 billion budget, the largest operating budget in the tribe’s history. &nbs ... read more »

BPS School Board Meeting on Sept 19-Preview

Sep 17, 2022

The Bartlesville Public Schools will hold their regular meeting of the Board of Education on Monday, September 19 at the Education Service Center, 1100 South Jennings beginning at 5:30 pm. On the agenda is recognition of the students who earned awards from the College Board and the Superinten ... read more »