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U.S. 75 Bridge Project Delayed

Mar 27, 2017

There's a delay of the U.S. Highway 75 bridge project near Eastland Shopping Center.  Apparently, there are some issues with the beams.  During KWON City Matters program, city engineer Micah Siemers explained the situation. The project is an Oklahoma Department of Transportatio ... read more »

Washington County Commissioners

Mar 27, 2017

The Washington County Board of Commissioners met at their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday morning to approve several contracts throughout the county. The commissioners approved a contract for inmate phone services, a three-year lease document for Washington County computers, and a rene ... read more »

County Commissioners Hear PSO Presentation

Mar 27, 2017

The Nowata County Commissioners Monday morning heard a presentation from PSO's Michael Gordon concerning a peek performance summer energy efficiency program.  With the summer months approaching, county officials are trying to find a way to save those electric bills on county facilities.& ... read more »

Boy Found Dead

Mar 27, 2017

An Ochelata 8-year-old boy may have been accidentally shot and killed.  Currently, the investigation is still ongoing and no official report has been released yet. We will update this story as information becomes available. ... read more »

Grandson of Frank Phillips Dead

Mar 27, 2017

The last surviving grandchild of Frank Phillips has died. The 87-year-old Robert B. Phillips died in February. Phillips was a longtime Tulsa resident and founder of the Phillips Agency, an advertising and public relations firm. He was the son of John G. Phillips, the only son of Jane and Fra ... read more »

Teacher Of The Year Program

Mar 27, 2017

You are invited to join in honoring Bartlesville teachers on Tuesday, March 28 at 5:30 p.m. on the Bartlesville High School campus. The reception will start at 5:30 p.m. in the High School Commons and will be followed by a recognition program beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Au ... read more »

Shelby On Track For Trial

Mar 27, 2017

The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has ruled that a Tulsa police officer charged with first-degree manslaughter won't have further preliminary hearing proceedings.   The Tulsa World reports 42-year-old Betty Shelby remains on track for trial on May 8. A status hearing is schedule ... read more »

Nowata Student Attacked On Bus

Mar 24, 2017

A Nowata student was injured by two other students yesterday afternoon. According to a Facebook post, the victim was forced to go to the emergency room because of an injury to his ear. Nowata School District and the authorities launched an investigation on the event as soon as the driver of the b ... read more »

Sears Discuss State Budget

Mar 24, 2017

State Legislators are still going over the budget shortfall that will affect state agencies and how it will impact Oklahomans.  Recently, state agencies were told to make a 14.5 percent cut, including closing half of the state's parks.  Many legislators don't agree with that ide ... read more »

Thomas Has New Courtdate

Mar 24, 2017

A Bartlesville man who is accused of trafficking in meth is scheduled to be on the June 28th jury sounding docket.  John Anthony Thomas is charged with trafficking in methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia.  Bartlesville police last December were called to the Skyline Motel loc ... read more »

Pawhuska Woman Arrested Again

Mar 24, 2017

A 34-year-old Pawhuska woman who exposed herself in January while doing a cartwheel in front of students is now facing a grand larceny charge in Tulsa County after stealing a woman's purse. Lacey Dawn Sponsler was arrested after the January incident where police said she was wearing a dr ... read more »

Contracts to Go Before Washington County Board

Mar 26, 2017

The Washington County Board of Commissioners will take up the annual contract with Securus Technologies for inmate telephone services at the jail.  Securus is the current provider at the jail and the action will simply renew the existing contract.  The board will also take action on a 3 ... read more »

Commissioner Doak Warns of Marketplace Problems

Mar 24, 2017

Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak is warning state and federal lawmakers that Oklahoma is in danger of having no insurers participate in the federal marketplace next year. The number of insurers on the Oklahoma exchange dwindled to just one after multiple carriers sustained significant lo ... read more »

Search Over For Missing Boy

Mar 23, 2017

Bartlesville police went searching for a missing boy on Thursday. Groups gathered to search before noon. Because the boy is a minor, several details are unavailable to be released. However, the search was called off around 1:45 the same afternoon and the boy was reportedly found. Accordi ... read more »

Oolagah-Talala Schools Now Provide Shelters

Mar 23, 2017

The Oologah-Talala Schools now provide shelters designed to withstand an EF-5 tornado for all 2,000 students and staff during the school day and up to 2,750 district residents when classes are out. The storm shelters will be available and open to the public during weather emergencies after s ... read more »