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Family Crisis & Counseling Accepting Donations

Dec 15, 2017

Patti Beavers from Family Crisis & Counseling came in on Community Connection where she shared some safety tips for the holidays. Beavers also asked for the community’s help this holiday season. Beavers says along with gifts, monetary donations are always welcomed and can go to the ... read more »

Resumes Still Accepted For Ward 5 Today

Dec 15, 2017

The Bartlesville City Council will still be accepting resumes and letters of interest from candidates seeking appointment to the recently vacated Ward 5 seat until this afternoon   The current term will expire in November 2018, when all five City Council seats are subject t ... read more »

Jamie Wood To Retire

Dec 14, 2017

The founder of Mary Martha Outreach will retire next week.  Jamie Wood says that it has been a true honor to serve the non-profit she helped get started 19 years ago.   Wood is set to retire on Thursday and will hand the leadership of the Mary Martha Outreach Center to Eastern Okla ... read more »

Boulevard Pharmacy Building Damaged in Accident

Dec 15, 2017

Someone damaged the front corner of Bartlesville's Boulevard Pharmacy's building Friday morning.  Police are yet to release details but a customer apparently didn't get their car stopped in time to keep from hitting the structure.     This is not the first ... read more »

Tulsa Police Cancel Amber Alert

Dec 15, 2017

Tulsa police canceled an Amber Alert early Friday morning for two Tulsa children reported missing after a shooting Thursday.  They say nine-year-old Jace Jordan and one-year-old Andi Jordan are now safe.    Police say the suspect's sister told officers her brother, 40 y ... read more »

Bartlesville Chamber To Host Women In Business Awards

Dec 14, 2017

The Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce is looking for women who made an impact on the community through business. The Chamber announced the Celebration of Women awards and looking for women from every industry and profession that have blazed a trail and left a mark on the Bartlesville area Awar ... read more »

Chess Tournament Set For Bartlesville Public Schools

Dec 14, 2017

The 41st annual all-schools chess tournament has been set for February 10 at Madison Middle School. Dennis Glascock of Houston, Texas, who is certified as a senior director by the U.S. Chess Federation, will direct the tournament. This chess tournament will be conducted by the Bartlesville Ch ... read more »

Stores Closing In Mall

Dec 14, 2017

Signs are up making the announcement official: The Gap will close in the Washington Park Mall. Signs litter the store with a 20% off sale at The Gap, and not too much further down the hall, Buckle has placed their own two banners. Both stores are closing soon. We spoke to managers who both ga ... read more »

Boys & Girls Club Open House Tomorrow

Dec 14, 2017

The Boys & Girls Club of Bartlesville will hold their grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new C.J. “Pete” Silas Boys & Girls Club building tomorrow. The Ribbon-cutting ceremonies will be held at 11:30 at the new Boys & Girls Club and youth development park. Club kids ... read more »

Principal Announces Testing Scores

Dec 14, 2017

During The Bartlesville Board of Education's meeting on Monday evening, Principal Rene Burns presented some results from state testing at Hoover Elementary. According to her presentation, Hoover Elementary students scored significantly higher in the reading testing compared to the state, ... read more »

Dr. Piper's Washington Times OpEd Draws Ire

Dec 14, 2017

Educators and teachers unions are reportedly upset with an article by Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Everett Piper wrote for the Washington Times.  Piper's opinion piece is under the title of "Teaching lechery and getting lechers".  There may even have been a call ... read more »

Car Vandals Continue to Break Windows

Dec 14, 2017

Bartlesville-area police continue to receive reports of vandals damaging cars.    Police Captain Jay Hastings says people damaged 21 vehicles Sunday night between 11:30 and 12:30  the next morning in a three block area of Colonial estates. Hastings says authorities believe ... read more »

Holiday City Schedules Released

Dec 14, 2017

The City of Bartlesville will close their offices and stop their trash routes for the upcoming holidays. Interim City Manager Mike Bailey explains the schedule. There will be no collection on Christmas Day. Monday routes will be collected on Wednesday, December 27, Christmas week. Tuesday ... read more »

BRTA Approves Light Up the Ville Grant

Dec 13, 2017

Wednesday in a Special Meeting the Bartlesville Redevelopment Trust Authority received a presentation by Dana Thrash from the Bartlesville Community Foundation regarding grant funding for the “Light Up The 'Ville” program. Thrash explained that “Light Up The 'Ville&rdquo ... read more »

OKWU Wrestling Searching For A New Coach

Dec 13, 2017

The Oklahoma Wesleyan Wrestling program is looking for a new coach. The program which just started this year will be looking for its second coach in the middle of its inaugural season. According to athletic director Mark Molder, former head coach Colby Robinson is ‘pursuing other opport ... read more »