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OKC Roofing Company President Charged with Home Repair Fraud

Feb 04, 2020

Three felony charges of home repair fraud were handed down to Chad Davis of Storm Shield Roofing and Restoration, an Oklahoma City based home repair company. Special judge Jared Sigler arraigned Davis at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday. According to an affidavit, the company alleg ... read more »

Avant Residents Still Feeling the Effects of Flooding

Feb 04, 2020

Nona Roach is a citizen of Avant who has done all she can to help the community through the flooding problems it has endured over the last several months. Roach mentioned that the town was facing even more issues on Friday. Roach says there is a resolution stating that homes that have been floode ... read more »

Mardi Gras 2020: A Fun-Filled Benefit in Bartlesville

Feb 04, 2020

Get ready to keep good times rolling with Mardi Gras 2020 in Bartlesville! The 42nd Bartlesville Mardi Gras Party runs from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22nd at St. John's Father Lynch Hall, which is located at 8th Street and Keeler Avenue in downtown Bartlesville. Laura Walto ... read more »

Awareness Meeting on Opioids Taking Place in Pawhuska

Feb 04, 2020

There will be a community meeting about opioid and heroin on Wednesday, Feb. 19th at the Osage Nation Law Building in Pawhuska starting at 9a.m. The Bureau of Indian Affairs, in conjunction with the Indian Police Academy, the Office of Justice Affairs and the Division of Drug Enforcement hopes to ... read more »

Progress Being Made on New Dewey Police Building

Feb 04, 2020

The Dewey City Council breezed through a light agenda on Monday night at City Hall. In the meeting, City Manager Kevin Trease gave an update on how the new police building is coming along on North Cherokee Avenue. He said it is getting closer to completion each day. Electricians are curre ... read more »

Hope Clinic to Hold Grand Opening of New Facility

Feb 04, 2020

Hope Clinic in Bartlesville invites you and yours to celebrate the grand opening of their new state-of-the-art facility. The celebration will take place from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9th. Their new building is located at 101 Sooner Road (pictured). They are currently located at 1536 ... read more »

Wynona Public Schools Closed Because of the Flu

Feb 04, 2020

The Wynona school district in Osage County has announced that they are closed Tuesday and Wednesday because of the flu. A Wynona Public Schools Facebook post announced that a survey will be sent out on Wednesday to determine how many students still have the flu. They ask that parents fill out ... read more »

OKWU to Host KCAC Wrestling Tournament

Feb 04, 2020

The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference announced Tuesday that Oklahoma Wesleyan University and the Mueller Sports Center will host the conference championships for wrestling. OKWU wrestling is in just its second season of existence. The event will take place Feb. 21 & 22 in Bartlesville. ... read more »

Guise Promoted as Bartlesville Fire Department's First African-American Captain

Feb 03, 2020

Black History Month was declared by the Bartlesville City Council as a bit of history was made on Monday night. Broderick Guise was appointed as Bartlesville Fire’s first African-American firefighter in 2001. As of February 1, Guise is now the first African-American to be named a Captain on ... read more »

Three Oklahoma Schools to be Gifted Fitness Centers

Feb 04, 2020

The Office of Governor Kevin Stitt announced today that the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils has selected the State of Oklahoma to receive three $100,000 fitness centers through their 2020 DON’T QUIT! Campaign. The NFGFC will deliver a DON’T QUIT! Fitness ... read more »

Dilbeck to Serve as Bartlesville High Athletic Director

Feb 04, 2020

Bartlesville High has found its new Athletic and Activities Director. Thad Dilbeck, a name that may be familiar to many in the area, has been tapped as the new BHS AD. Bartlesville Public Schools made the announcement on Tuesday morning. Dilbeck has been the principal and assistant princi ... read more »

Govenor Stitt Gives State of the State Address

Feb 04, 2020

Governor Kevin Still delivered his "State of the State" speech Monday, at the start of a new session of the Oklahoma State Legislature. He highlighted last year's new investments in education, big steps in judicial reform and a conservative budget that had agencies changing how they ... read more »

Sen. Lankford Recaps Day 12 of the Impeachment Trial

Feb 04, 2020

Senator Lankford provided a recap of today’s Senate impeachment trial closing arguments and the beginning of Senators’ ten-minute speeches on the Senate floor. Senator Lankford will speak on the Senate floor at 4:00pm CT on Tuesday, February 4, ahead of Wednesday’s vote. A ... read more »

WINTER STORM WATCH: Revised Snow Estimates

Feb 04, 2020

Forecast snowfall amounts Tuesday night through Wednesday night suggests travel impacts should be expected across much of northeast Oklahoma.  Snow will begin early Wednesday morning and spread eastward through the day with travel conditions worsening through the day. This will include b ... read more »

Council Authorizes Special Election

Feb 03, 2020

The Bartlesville City Council authorized a special election to be held April 7. This action came in the form of two separate ordinances at Monday night’s council session. Much discussion was had over the last two meetings as to which projects will be on the list that gets submitted to v ... read more »