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Arvest, Others Receive Awards at 117th Chamber Gala

Jun 10, 2021

Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce's 117th Annual Awards & Gala took place at the Hilton Garden Inn on Thursday evening, with Arvest Bank being awarded with the Business of the Year award. Local Arvest Bank President Kim Adams (pictured below) joined her merry band of colleague ... read more »

OU Softball Wins Fifth National Championship

Jun 10, 2021

OU topped Florida State 5-1 in the deciding game three of the Women’s College World Series on Thursday afternoon. The Sooners started off early with solo home runs from Jocelyn Alo and Jayda Coleman early in the game. Up 3-1, Coleman brought home two more runs on a big 5th inning double. He ... read more »

Pawhuska Sub-station Getting Improvements

Jun 10, 2021

Utilities Director for the City of Pawhuska Bill Bruce recently found a switchgear in Colorado. This is a system composed of electrical disconnect switches, fuses or circuit breakers and is used to control, protect and isolate electrical equipment. It is also something desperately needed in Pawhu ... read more »

Improvements Coming to Bartlesville Community Center

Jun 10, 2021

The Bartlesville Community Center has several improvements that will be on the way on the near future. Currently, new carpets are being installed and renovations are being made to the box office area as well. Upgrades to the outside of the facility are coming as well. At Monday night’s ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged With Domestic Abuse

Jun 10, 2021

A Bartlesville man was in court for a second consecutive day answering to an alleged disturbance on Tuesday night. Jeremiah Brownfield was charged with domestic abuse in the presence of a minor child in Washington County court on Thursday. According to an affidavit, officers responded to the ... read more »

Trash Being Dumped at Lake Pawhuska

Jun 10, 2021

In the midst of all of the excitement taking place in downtown Pawhuska, Police Chief Lorrie Hennesy received a phone call over the weekend regarding trash being dumped at Lake Pawhuska. This has been an ongoing problem, and one that Hennesy wants to fix.   Hennesy also said it is im ... read more »

Pawhuska Business Owner Wants Code Enforcement to be Reviewed

Jun 10, 2021

At Tuesday evening's city council meeting in Pawhuska, Cathi Ball, who owns Mariposa Pawhuska, asked to be put on the agenda so that discussion could be had regarding code enforcement across town. Ball said that in April, she had decided to make a few minor re-modeling changes to her building ... read more »

Property Owners Letting Grass Grow During May Rain

Jun 10, 2021

Rain has caused problems for many across the area and this includes those who work to keep the City of Pawhuska neat and looking good for those who come to visit the town. Code Enforcement Officer Steve Hughes says he has been as lenient as possible for citizens with long grass, but he has had to ... read more »

Dewey Couple Arrested for Shoplifting in Caney

Jun 10, 2021

A Dewey couple was arrested for allegedly shoplifting at a Dollar General in Caney, Kansas. According to the Caney Police Department, the theft was reported by Dollar General on Wednesday. Officers were able to view video footage which gave them images of the suspects involved in the shoplift ... read more »

Woodworking & Leather Crafting Camp for 4-H Members

Jun 10, 2021

4-H members will get to practice their craft on Tuesday, June 29, during the Woodworking and Leather Crafting Camp. The camp will take place at the Washington County Extension Office & Fairgrounds Pavilion in Dewey from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This is open to any Nowata and Washington Coun ... read more »

W3300 Road in Wash. Co. to Close June 14-17

Jun 10, 2021

West 3300 Road between Highway 75 and North 3980 Road (Old Highway 75) will be closed next week. Washington County Emergency Management announced on Thursday that W3300 would be closed from Monday, June 14 through Thursday, June 17, for culvert replacement. Washington County Commissioner ... read more »

Clean-Up Days Continue on June 12 in Ochelata

Jun 10, 2021

Clean-Up Days continue in the Town of Ochelata. Ochelata Utility Association customers will have access to a couple of construction dumpsters on Saturday, June 12, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You will need to bring a copy of your utility bill and a valid ID with you. Dumpsters will be at ... read more »

6-Year Old Commended for Donation to Homeless Shelter

Jun 10, 2021

A 6-year-old was recognized by the Bartlesville City Council this week after she donated money she raised to a local homeless shelter. Reverie Pester donated $100 to the Lighthouse Outreach Center in May. Then, Linda Radaker, the Director of Development at the Lighthouse, said Pester raised t ... read more »

PODCAST: Sen Lankford Talks Infrastructure, Border, Colonial Pipeline and S1

Jun 10, 2021

US Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford called into our Bartlesville Radio Studios on Thursday. Our discussion included the topics of infrastructure, the border, the hack at Colonial Pipeline, and Senate bill 1 on "voting rights(?)."   Infrastructure:   Senator ... read more »

COVID Numbers Decreasing in Oklahoma, as is Vaccination Rate

Jun 10, 2021

The Oklahoma State Department of Health released its county-by-county risk level assessment map for COVID-19 on Wednesday. The publication was the most promising result we have seen since the map was first released in September.  There are 42 Oklahoma counties in the green, or new normal ... read more »