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Fraser Family Looking for Lost and Meaningful Jersey

Oct 11, 2019

Bartlesville native Bob Fraser and his family are still asking for your help in locating a football jersey that was given to his father before he died. First Lieutenant Hugh Fraser was honored at Bartlesville High School with the special jersey almost a year ago at a home football game for th ... read more »

Foraker Excited to Redevelop Old Kmart Building

Oct 11, 2019

On Monday, the Bartlesville City Council approved a recommendation to allocate $203,830 to go towards a new shopping center at the old Kmart facility. Foraker Company is receiving the funds from the Economic Development Fund to redevelop the building, which is located at the corner of Highway ... read more »

Pawhuska School Board to Meet Monday

Oct 11, 2019

The Pawhuska School Board will meet for a regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening at the Administration Building to cover a wide array of issues.   The school board will look to approve an inter-agency agreement between the Grand Lake Mental Health Center Inc. and the Pawhuska Sch ... read more »

Pawhuska Looking to Make Repairs to Water Reservoir

Oct 11, 2019

The water reservoir at Lake Pawhuska is operating at 50 percent right now and city council members are looking for a way to fix it. Utilities Director for the city, Bill Bruce, recently met with engineers and said they are looking at a way to examine what kind of shape the reservoir is in. &n ... read more »

Bartlesville Fire Investigating Fire on Lahoma Drive

Oct 11, 2019

A house fire in the 500 Block of Lahoma Drive is being investigated by the Bartlesville Fire Department. Bill Hollander, the Public Information Officer for the BFD, said the fire in question occurred at 1:30 a.m. on Friday. He said the fire seemed to originate on the enclosed back porch of th ... read more »

History Museum to Host a Presentation on the State Flag

Oct 11, 2019

The educational program called “Fourteen Flags over Oklahoma” is coming to the Bartlesville Area History Museum. BAHM Coordinator Jo Crabtree said Kay Little of “Little History Adventures” will give the presentation. She said Little will teach you all about Oklahoma&rs ... read more »

Oklahoma Wesleyan Inaugurates Dr. James Dunn

Oct 11, 2019

For the first time in 35-years, an inauguration ceremony was held at the Oklahoma Wesleyan University campus in Bartlesville on Friday morning. During the ceremony at the Lyon Chapel & Fine Arts Center, OKWU’s sixth University President was inaugurated and his name is Dr. James A. D ... read more »

Kelly Bland to Speak at Tuesday's Commissioner Meeting

Oct 11, 2019

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet for a regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday morning at the courthouse in Pawhuska to discuss a wide array of items. Executive Director for Osage County Tourism, Kelly Bland, will be giving a report at the meeting and requesting for funding for u ... read more »

Homecoming Interviews for Three Schools to Conclude

Oct 11, 2019

From Monday, Oct. 7th to Friday, Oct. 11th, three area schools will enjoy homecoming festivities, friendships and football. The three schools that will enjoy the homecoming camaraderie are Bartlesville High School, Owasso High School and Pawhuska High School. In conjunction with homecoming fe ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged With Domestic Assault and Battery

Oct 10, 2019

A Bartlesville man was arrested on Tuesday for domestic assault and battery that he allegedly  committed against his wife.   David Massey is accused of pulling the victim off the couch and kicking her several times with force and violence. An affidavit states that Massey committ ... read more »

Lady Cougars Open State Tournament Friday

Oct 10, 2019

Oklahoma Union volleyball opens up its bid to potentially become state champs on Friday. The Lady Cougars square off with Westville in the Class 3A State quarterfinals at 3:30 p.m. from Shawnee High School. OKU is 22-7 in the regular season. The Lady Cougars have strong momentum coming into t ... read more »

Stormwalker Ranch to Hold its Biggest Harvest Festival

Oct 10, 2019

The 4th Annual Harvest Festival at the Stormwalker Ranch will take place at the end of the month. Kelley Goodall works with Development and Coaching Ministries at Stormwalker Ranch. She said you and your family are invited to the fall festivities. Kay Little with "Little History Adve ... read more »

Parking Lot Project Moving Along on Johnstone Avenue

Oct 10, 2019

If you have driven down Johnstone Avenue, you have probably seen the chain linked fence and crews working between the Washington County Courthouse and the Administration Building in Bartlesville. County Commissioner Mike Dunlap said they demolished the buildings back in February - at no cost ... read more »

Inauguration to be Held on Friday at Oklahoma Wesleyan

Oct 10, 2019

For the first time in 35-years, Oklahoma Wesleyan University has planned an inauguration ceremony. The inauguration is for the university's sixth University President. The inauguration of Dr. James A. Dunn will be held on Friday, Oct. 11th at the Lyon Chapel and Fine Arts Center on the OK ... read more »

New Truancy Ordinance a Tool for Dewey Public Schools

Oct 10, 2019

A truancy ordinance was adopted by the Dewey City Council this week to address the issues of truancy that are present within the Dewey Public Schools District. Dewey Superintendent Vince Vincent said Dewey Police Sergeant Jimmy Gray was trying to help provide resources through the City of Dew ... read more »