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Jones Promotes Ag Classrooms, Shop Further

Aug 08, 2019

As mentioned before, agriculture is a new program coming to Bartlesville Public Schools in the 2019-2020 school year. AG Teacher Marty Jones said this week that Bartlesville is the last 6A School to implement the program. He said he is excited for the opportunities Bartlesville kids have now. ... read more »

Parade to Celebrate First Ever Scout Troop to be Held

Aug 08, 2019

In a Facebook Live video on Thursday, Scout Executive Phillip Wright made a big announcement for the Cherokee Area Boy Scouts of America Council. Outside the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce building, Wright promoted the 110th Anniversary of the first Boy Scout Troop. Pawhuska is proud to be ... read more »

Early Voting Begins Thursday for Local Elections

Aug 08, 2019

The 2019 Bond Issue Election for Bartlesville Public Schools is coming up fast. Todd Cone, Vice Chairman of the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation, asked the public to vote "Yes." He said Bartlesville needs this in order to continue the excellence they already have in place. ... read more »

Pawhuska Schools Offering Rachel's Challenge Course

Aug 08, 2019

  Rachel's Challenge, a program that travels across the country, is designed to inspire and equip each person to create a permanent and positive change in themselves, community and school. Rachel's Challenge came to Pawhuska Schools last year and had such an impact on students, S ... read more »

Young Adult Group Assists with Convoy of Hope Prep

Aug 08, 2019

The Spirit Young Adults group met Wednesday night at Spirit Church's East Campus location. Following a time of worship and scriptural study, the college-aged church goers came together to organize fliers for the upcoming Convoy of Hope event. Associate Pastor Ike Amaro said his studen ... read more »

Hominy Man Arrested on Meth Charge

Aug 08, 2019

A Hominy man was arrested after police discovered he was dealing methamphetamine. Hominy Police obtained a search warrant for Terry L Robertson’s home on South Price Street in Hominy Wednesday morning. When police got inside the home, they found several bags of meth and learned that the ... read more »

19 Face Child Sex Trafficking Charges in Oklahoma

Aug 08, 2019

Federal prosecutors say 19 people have been charged in northern Oklahoma state and federal courts in a nationwide investigation into child sex trafficking. U.S. Attorney Trent Shores said Wednesday that nine defendants have been indicted in Tulsa on a variety of federal charges after the mont ... read more »

Martha's Task Top Finalist for State Farm Grant Vote

Aug 07, 2019

Martha’s Task has been chosen as a top finalist nationally for the State Farm Neighborhood Assist program, which annually awards $1 million to nonprofits who do great work in their communities. From an initial pool of 2,000 contenders, Martha’s Task was chosen among the Top 200 in ... read more »

Defense of Agriculture Earns Sen. Daniels Honors

Aug 07, 2019

The Oklahoma Pork Council named Bartlesville's Senator Julie Daniels as their Senator of the Year on Friday, Aug. 2nd. The Senator was honored for her already strong reputation for defending property rights, and for her work this year with House Bill 2373. As the Senate author of the ... read more »

Dewey's State Teacher of the Year Finalist Reimbursed

Aug 07, 2019

After being named one of the finalist for Oklahoma's Teacher of the Year, the Dewey Board of Education has decided to reimburse Cassandra Stauder. $150 was approved this week to be paid back to Stauder from the Dewey Education Foundation Activity Fund account. The money is for costs assoc ... read more »

Reflections, Focuses from State of the Schools Lunch

Aug 07, 2019

The second ever State of the Schools Luncheon heard Bartlesville Superintendent Chuck McCauley discuss many issues and successes surrounding the school district. At Wednesday's event, McCauley said Bartlesville Public Schools is one of the best high schools across the nation. U.S. New ... read more »

Woman Arrested on Domestic Abuse Charge

Aug 07, 2019

Early Wednesday morning, a man visited the Bartlesville Police Department claiming that a woman had hit him in the head with a can. That woman, Amber Brenckman, is being charged with domestic abuse.   The victim says that the two were in a dating relationship and that they had lived toge ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested on DUI Charge

Aug 07, 2019

A Bartlesville man was arrested late Tuesday evening on charges of driving under the influence, transporting an open container, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and driving under suspension. An officer was on patrol late Tuesday evening when he noticed a car being driven by Rane ... read more »

Nationwide EAS Test a Success on Wednesday

Aug 07, 2019

At 1:20 p.m. Central Time on Wednesday, the 2019 nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System took place. Radio and television stations received the message conducted through the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Integrated Public Alert and Warning System. The test was solely for rad ... read more »

Leash Laws Being Enforced in Bartlesville

Aug 07, 2019

In the city of Bartlesville, a law requires that all dogs be put on a leash at all times. This is a law that some people in the community have been ignoring. Parks Superintendent Bobby Robinson says this is affecting some people who often go to area parks. “We have been getting some com ... read more »