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Development of Washington County Expo Center Discussed

Jan 07, 2021

Approximately 50 people attended a meeting on Thursday evening at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Dewey to discuss the possible future development of an Expo Center south of Bartlesville. Washington County Commissioner Mike Bouvier said nothing is set in stone at this time. He said the h ... read more »

Parade to be Held for Nowata First Responder

Jan 07, 2021

The Nowata Police Department is encouraging citizens to show support for Cole Brooks, a first responder who died this week. A parade with Brooks’ remains will be starting in Bartlesville around 2 p.m. on Friday.   The parade will then travel back to Nowata and arrive downtown aroun ... read more »

Crawford Becomes New Rotary District Governor Nominee

Jan 07, 2021

Pam Crawford of Bartlesville is the latest Rotary District Governor Nominee Designate. Crawford joined Bartlesville Daybreak Rotary in 2015 at the urging of her husband, Paul, who had joined in 2010. When they attended their first International Convention in Atlanta in 2017, she became a tota ... read more »

Mullin Speaks on Attack at the Capitol Building

Jan 07, 2021

Oklahoma congressman Markwayne Mullin was a part of the events that took place at the nation’s capitol on Wednesday. Images showed Mullin appearing to speak with the rioters who were breaking the door to the house chambers. Mullin told our news partners with The News on 6 about the experien ... read more »

Friends, Family Remember Judge Steve Conatser

Jan 07, 2021

James Stephen Conatser, known to friends and family as Steve or “The Judge,” passed away Thursday, December 24th, at the age of 72 in Bartlesville. Conatser was born on July 11th, 1948 and spent most of his childhood in Bartlesville. He graduated from Bartlesville College High in ... read more »

Man Arrested for Domestic Abuse Incident Near Dewey

Jan 07, 2021

Kyle Sanders of Bartlesville was arrested on Wednesday for assault and battery domestic abuse. According to a probable cause affidavit, the alleged abuse occurred at a church parking lot near Dewey. The victim told law enforcement that Sanders stole her vehicle but returned it at approximatel ... read more »

Pawhuska School Board Gets COVID-19 Update

Jan 07, 2021

In a special called meeting, Dr. Cameron Rumsey with the Pawhuska Hospital addressed the Pawhuska School Board on what the latest COVID-19 trends are looking like. Rumsey said that right now, things aren't going in the right direction in Pawhuska, or the surrounding communities.   ... read more »

John Gerkin Named Acting Municipal Judge

Jan 07, 2021

As reported by Bartlesville Radio earlier in the week, retired Special Judge John M. Gerkin has been appointed to temporarily fill the position of municipal judge for the City of Bartlesville following the death of Judge James S. Conatser last month. Gerkin will act as the City's municipal co ... read more »

Trash Routes Amended for MLK Jr. Day

Jan 07, 2021

City of Bartlesville offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 18th, and trash routes will be amended that week due to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. Monday trash routes that would normally be serviced on Jan. 18th will be serviced on Wednesday, Jan. 20th, that week. Monday customers shoul ... read more »

Area Resident Shares Story About March to U.S. Capitol

Jan 07, 2021

Supporters from across the country rallied behind President Donald J. Trump on Wednesday afternoon as they marched to the United States Capitol in Washington D.C. in protest of the 2020 General Election results. One area resident shared his story with Bartlesville Radio as he marched to the s ... read more »

COVID-19 Update Thursday 1-7

Jan 07, 2021

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting three more COVID-19 related deaths in Washington County and two coronavirus deaths in Osage County as well. There are 39 total deaths being reported and nearly 1,800 Oklahomans are hospitalized due to COVID-19. The OSDH is reporting 3,781 posit ... read more »

Stimulus Checks Explained by Paul Hood

Jan 07, 2021

Over 160 million Americans received stimulus checks this year as the country battled widespread coronavirus outbreaks and an economy in distress.    We recently spoke with Paul Hood with Hood and Associates CPAS about the questions many people have regarding the 2nd stimulus che ... read more »

Showler Named Arvest Patriot Teacher of the Month

Jan 07, 2021

Ben Showler, a physical education teacher at Ranch Heights Elementary School, has been named a Bartlesville Public School District Teacher of the Month by Arvest Bank and Patriot Auto Group. In recognition of this honor, Mr. Showler was given a plaque and a $300 check from Arvest Bank and Pat ... read more »

Rep. Hern to Join Virtual Chamber Forum on Jan. 15th

Jan 07, 2021

The Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce invites you to join them virtually as they kick off their first forum of 2021. You can join the Chamber online via Zoom at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 15th to hear U.S. Representative Kevin Hern speak on the latest COVID-19 Stimulus package and oth ... read more »

James Named Arvest Patriot Teacher of the Month

Jan 07, 2021

Terri James, a fifth grade teacher at Jane Phillips Elementary School, has been named a Bartlesville Public School District Teacher of the Month by Arvest Bank and Patriot Auto Group. In recognition of this honor, Ms. James was given a plaque and a $300 check from Arvest Bank and Patriot Auto ... read more »