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VIDEO: Sen. Lankford Recaps Day 8 of the Impeachment Trial

Jan 30, 2020

U-S Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford spoke on Facebook Live to update Oklahomans on today’s Senate impeachment trial proceedings. Lankford gave a brief recap of Wednesday’s question and answer session in the trial. Lankford said in the video that he does not see a need to ... read more »

Man Arrested in Nowata County for Open Container, More

Jan 29, 2020

Timothy Briggs, 34, was arrested on Thursday, January 23rd, 2020, by Deputy Kyle Walton. Deputy Walton observed a brown Chevy truck pass him with an obvious modified exhaust. Once he noticed this, he approached the vehicle and noticed an open can of beer. From there Deputy Walton obtained pro ... read more »

BHS Sophomore Places 2nd in Natureworks-Sutton Award

Jan 29, 2020

Quincey Turner, a sophomore and Pre-AP Art Student at Bartlesville High School, placed second for the Sutton Scholarship Award. Recently art students completed a piece of artwork and wrote an essay about their thoughts on conservation for the award, which is made possible through a partnershi ... read more »

Bevan Creek Bridge Work Underway in County

Jan 29, 2020

North 4000 Road, also known as Old Highway 75, will be closed between West 3600 and West 3700 Roads in Washington County for approximately four months. The closure south of Ramona took effect on Monday so replacement of the Bevan Creek Bridge could begin. District Three Commissioner Mike Dunl ... read more »

Equipment for Tower Center Tabled by Committee for Now

Jan 29, 2020

Review, discussion and possible action on recommendations for sound, light and projection equipment for the Tower Center at Unity Square project was discussed on Wednesday. Bartlesville Vice Mayor Alan Gentges, who is a member of the Bartlesville Community Center Trust Authority's Tower C ... read more »

RSU Breakfast to be Held on Final Friday in March

Jan 29, 2020

The Rogers State University Foundation will hold its annual Scholarship Fundraising Breakfast on Friday, March 27th at the Hilton Garden Inn from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. Angie Thompson, RSU’s Foundation Development manager, said in a statement: "This is the one event we hold each year ex ... read more »

Two BHS Students in OKC for Meeting with Hofmeister

Jan 29, 2020

Two Bartlesville High School students named to State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister's 2020 Student Advisory Council are officially in Oklahoma City for their first meeting of the year. Earlier this month, Chuck McCauley, the Superintendent for Bartlesville Public Scho ... read more »

Pawhuska Police Chief Fired

Jan 28, 2020

The OSBI continues to investigate the Pawhuska Police Department, but Pawhuska City Manager Dave Neely confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Pawhuska Police Chief Nick Silva had been terminated. In an exclusive interview with Bartlesville Radio, Chief Silva had some parting words for Pawhuska ... read more »

Transportation Forum to Take Place at Library Thursday

Jan 29, 2020

A community transportation forum will take place in Bartlesville on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at the Bartlesville Public Library. The forum will focus on public transportation in Washington County and other counties within the Cimmarron Public Transit service area. CPT operates the public transp ... read more »

It's Official: Feature Film “Killers of the Flower Moon” Set to Film in Oklahoma

Jan 29, 2020

The Oklahoma Film and Music Office (OF+MO) is proud to confirm the production of the major motion picture “Killers of the Flower Moon” is set to film in Oklahoma this year.   “We’re thrilled that this unique story will be filmed where it took place, in Osage C ... read more »

Concerned Copan Citizens Hold Meeting on Tuesday

Jan 28, 2020

Approximately 25 citizens in Copan gathered in the town’s Senior Center on Tuesday night to discuss concerns they have had with the direction the town is heading in. Pete Elkins (pictured at the chalkboard and below), a former Town Manager and Clerk, led the discussion. He expressed con ... read more »

VIDEO: Sen. Lankford Recaps Impeachment Trial Day 7

Jan 28, 2020

U-S Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford spoke this afternoon via Facebook Live to address today’s Senate impeachment trial and the conclusion of the White House counsel’s oral arguments.   Lankford addressed the arguments offered today and concluded the Facebook Live eve ... read more »

Cherokee Nation Donates $10K to Tower Center Project

Jan 28, 2020

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and District 12 Tribal Councilor Dora Smith-Patzkowski have presented the City of Bartlesville with a $10,000 donation for the voter-approved Tower Center at Unity Square project. The $1.75-million community green space was approved by voters i ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Set to be Sentenced in August 2018 Shooting Incident

Jan 28, 2020

A Bartlesville man has entered a no contest plea for a shooting incident that left one man injured in August 2018. Austin Lawrence was originally charged with shooting with intent to kill but agreed to enter a guilty plea on an alternative count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.&nbs ... read more »

County Extension Office Now at the Fairgrounds

Jan 28, 2020

The Extension Office for Oklahoma State University has moved to the Osage County Fairgrounds and Director Branden Handke says area residents are finally adjusting to the move. Handke says groups have planned many events for the new building in the near future.   To learn more about w ... read more »