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No Classes for Dewey Public School--Power Outages

Oct 11, 2021

There will be no classes today at Dewey Public Schools. Various power outages is the cause. Superintendent Vince Vincent says they should be back in school on Tuesday. He says Monday's day off is not a virtual day. ... read more »

Severe Weather Recap

Oct 11, 2021

Several reported tornadoes have ripped through Oklahoma, causing damage late Sunday into early Monday morning. The severe weather system also brought heavy rain, lightning and wind to parts of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Texas. News outlets report a possible tornado struck Coweta, Ok ... read more »

Nowata PD Receives Donation from Arvest Foundation

Oct 11, 2021

The Nowata County Sheriff's Office has received a donation to go toward new equipment for its patrol cars.   The Arvest Foundation has given the department $5000, which will be used to purchase computers for police cars. Those upgrades will allow for faster service for the entire ... read more »

Job Report Shows Lackluster Numbers

Oct 08, 2021

The September jobs report got released on Friday morning and as supplemental unemployment benefits have came to an end, the numbers were not what economists were expecting or hoping for. The United States Labor Department reports the unemployment rate has fallen to 4.8 percent as 194,000 jobs wer ... read more »

Copan Special Election Coming Up

Oct 08, 2021

A press release from the Washington County Election Board states that next Friday is the last day to register to vote in order to be eligible to vote in the town of Copan Special Municipal Election, which is set to take place on Tuesday, November 9th.   Election Board Secretary Yvonn ... read more »

Gathering at the Roc Kicks Off on Friday

Oct 08, 2021

The Gathering at the Roc Car Show is taking place this weekend and the kickoff event was held on Friday morning when the cars stepped off from the Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Bartlesville to tour Osage County for the Reliability Run. Osage County Tourism Director Kelly Bland talks about the great ... read more »

BSO Presents the Mark Wood Experience

Oct 08, 2021

Groundbreaking electric violinist Mark Wood joins the BSO for an unforgettable night of original music, rock classics and even Classical classics as we kick off the new season!   An original member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, this Juilliard-trained violinist is joined by wife an ... read more »

Bartlesville's Got Talent Set for Nov. 13

Oct 08, 2021

A fun evening filled with Bartlesville’s own local talent in a thrilling competition to raise money for the Lowe Family Young Scholars, Pack the Backpacks and other Bartlesville non – profit organizations!    Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Cindy Dronyk and Michae ... read more »

Burnett Convicted on All Four Charges at Trial

Oct 07, 2021

A Washington County jury found Kendall Burnett guilty on all four counts against him during a trial this week. After three days of proceedings the jury believed there was sufficient evidence to convict Burnett on two counts of child neglect, conspiracy and possession of drug paraphernalia. Th ... read more »

Locals Being Charged After Grand Jury Results Come Back

Oct 07, 2021

Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson announced that some local individuals have been charged with violations of United States law. He did this by releasing indictments returned by a Grand Jury.   Bradley Curtis Scruggins is being charged with assaulting an intimate partner by stranglin ... read more »

Dewey Hotel Museum Gets Paranormal on Saturday

Oct 07, 2021

Things will get a little paranormal at the Dewey Hotel Museum this weekend. Rose Marie Paranormal Research Society will be introducing one of Oklahoma's finest locations – the Dewey Hotel – with a four to five hour lockdown investigation live on Facebook. The chat will be open ... read more »

Tallgrass Music Festival in Skiatook Taking Place Next Weekend

Oct 07, 2021

The Tallgrass Music Festival in Skiatook will take place next week and we will hear from the likes of The Baker Family, the Roving Gamblers, Springstreet and Route 3. Osage County Tourism Director Kelly Bland talks about how festival organizers have expanded their way of booking acts.   ... read more »

Cosmetology Students to Stand Against Breast Cancer

Oct 07, 2021

With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, Tri County Tech’s Cosmetology students are offering services to support Miles for Mammograms. During the entire month of October, you can book your appointment for your nail decal and pink hair strand to help them Stand Up to Cancer. App ... read more »

Elder Care Announces Expansion: Foundation Therapy Specialists is Open to Adults of Any Age

Oct 07, 2021

Elder Care recently announced that their physical therapy services will undergo a branding and name change from Elder Care Physical Therapy Services to Foundation Therapy Specialists. Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Dr. Josh Lindblom and Dr. Kaitlyn Warren told listeners and viewers that p ... read more »

Joy Hofmeister to Run for Governor in 2022

Oct 07, 2021

Joy Hofmeister will run against Governor Kevin Stitt as a Democrat in 2022. Hofmeister was sworn in as Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction in January 2015. As Superintendent, Hofmeister boasts that she fought for better schools, our students and our teachers. Hofmeister sa ... read more »