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Private Property Agreement, Detention Services Approved

Jun 22, 2020

Several agreements and other business was approved in Monday morning's Washington County Commissioners' meeting. An agreement between the Washington County Board of Commissioners and the Washington County Building Commission - also known as the County Courthouse Building Commission - ... read more »

COVID-19 Numbers for Monday 6/22

Jun 22, 2020

There were 218 new COVID-19 cases in the state of Oklahoma according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Situation Update for today. The total number of confirmed cases in the state stands at 10,733, there was one additional death in the past 24 hours in the state. There we ... read more »

New Trucks May Close Poly Cart Lids

Jun 22, 2020

A change from the new garbage trucks that the city of Bartlesville is using has caused a little bit of confusion. The new trucks will leave citizens poly cart’s lids closed, instead of open, when the trash is emptied out of them. A small change, which has left many assuming that their t ... read more »

Dad Deserves It Grand Prize Winner

Jun 22, 2020

Kieran Andrews is Bartlesville Radio’s Grand Prize winner in the Dad Deserves It! DIGITAL SCAVENGER HUNT. Andrews said her husband deserves it because he is the best dad to their one-year-old son, Felix. Andrews said her husband is going to be a dad of two in December. During the pandem ... read more »

Completion of Bevan Creek Bridge to be Celebrated

Jun 22, 2020

The Bevan Creek Bridge Project in Washington County is complete and a ceremony will be held to celebrate this work. The bridge opened to the public nearly two weeks ago. The bridge is located just south of Ramona on N4000 Road between West 3600 and West 3700 Roads. District Three Commissioner ... read more »

Agape Mission Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

Jun 21, 2020

The Agape Mission of Bartlesville announced on Sunday that one of their employees has tested positive for the coronavirus. According to their announcement, the individual is not around the public or food area usually when working, but was at the Debt Free Day celebration on Thursday. As a ... read more »

Local COVID-19 Case Numbers Increase on Sunday

Jun 21, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 478 new coronavirus cases on Sunday bringing the total number of cases to 10,515. 7,531 people have recovered from COVID-19 in Oklahoma. 369 people have died from the virus. One new death was reported on Sunday. No new deaths were reported locally. ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Hospitalized After Motorcycle Accident

Jun 21, 2020

A Bartlesville man was hospitalized following a motorcycle accident in Osage County late Saturday night. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol on Sunday morning, the collision occurred on County Road 2706 approximately 3.5 miles west of Bartlesville. 57-year-old Raymond Griggs was travelli ... read more »

Trump Rally Held at the BOK Center in Tulsa

Jun 21, 2020

Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump showed up in an indoor arena for a rally. Officials said around 100,000 people in total from multiple states were expected to converge on the BOK Center in Tulsa on Saturday night. President Trump said the unhinged left-wing mob is trying ... read more »

SpiritChurch Moves to Online Services on Sunday

Jun 21, 2020

SpiritChurch will move to online services this Sunday morning out of precaution because part of the staff was exposed to a member that tested positive for COVID-19. You can watch the church service online at spiritchurch.tv. Pastor Darryl Wootton will continue the sermon series titled: &q ... read more »

Commissioners to Discuss Detention Agreement, More

Jun 20, 2020

An agreement between the Washington County Commissioners and the County Building Commission will be discussed and possibly approved in the next Commissioners’ meeting. The Building Commission is also known as the County Courthouse Building Commission. The agreement relates to a parking lot ... read more »

OSDH Urges Oklahomans to Follow CDC Guidelines

Jun 20, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) strongly urges Oklahomans to adhere to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines when choosing to attend public gatherings. As outlined by the CDC, individuals attending such events will face an increased risk of becoming infected with COVID-19 an ... read more »

Carpenter Wins Day Seven of Dad Deserves It Contest

Jun 19, 2020

Richard Carpenter is Bartlesville Radio's day seven winner on the Dad Deserves It! Digital Scavenger Hunt.   Carpenter won a $50 Visa Gift Card courtesy of Truity Credit Union. Carpenter says that his memories with his dad include fishing. He says his weekend always ended the sa ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Threatens Officers

Jun 19, 2020

A Bartlesville man was arrested after threatening to perform an act of violence against two police officers as well as resisting arrest. Xavier Johnson was charged with two misdemeanor counts during an arraignment at the Washington County Courthouse on Friday. Court documents allege that whil ... read more »

Road Rage Incident Results in Arrest

Jun 19, 2020

An alleged road rage incident led to the arrest of a Bartlesville man on Wednesday. Tommy Gordon was charged with one count of domestic abuse for an incident that occurred in downtown Bartlesville. According to an affidavit, two female victims reported that Gordon was following their vehicle ... read more »