Facebook Twitter K1-TEXT Email Print

News

OKM Music Welcomes Ryan & Ryan for #GivingTuesday

Oct 21, 2021

OKM welcomes back Ryan & Ryan for #GivingTuesday on November 30th at 6:00 p.m. for a very special exclusive premiere concert debuting Ryan & Ryan’s Christmas album “Merry & Bright: Songs of Christmas Cheer.” The performance will be held at Ambler Hall and will have l ... read more »

Faith in Business Series Continues on Oct. 27

Oct 21, 2021

The next Faith in Business Series is set for Wednesday, Oct. 27, from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. This event will be held at Crossing 2nd, located at 215 E. 2nd Street in downtown Bartlesville. BMonthly’s Keith McPhail will be the guest speaker. Keith McPhail, 52, has been married to his high ... read more »

Arvest Aims to Accelerate, Implement Real-Time Payments

Oct 21, 2021

Arvest Bank announces that it has joined the U.S. Faster Payments Council (FPC). This announcement signals another step in Arvest’s multi-year transformation strategy that includes innovation in emerging and faster payments. This comes on the heels of Arvest’s acceptance into the ... read more »

Recycling Event Taking Place This Saturday in Bartlesville

Oct 20, 2021

It has been months since Bartlesville resients have had the opportunity to take their recycled items somewhere locally. That will change on Saturday, as a company called Replenysh is coming to town, allowing residents to discard of their recycled items. Spokesperson for the company, Ryon Hart tal ... read more »

BPS Chuck McCauley and BPSF Blair Ellis on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Oct 20, 2021

    A lot has been happening with our Bartlesville Public Schools and its foundation lately and Superintendent Chuck McCauley and Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation Executive Director Blair Ellis brought listeners up to speed.   Blair Ellis thanked everyone for ... read more »

Hern, Congress Blast Biden for "Build Back Broke" Plan

Oct 20, 2021

Representative Kevin Hern leads 14 Members of Congress against President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Broke” reconciliation plan. Rep. Hern led members of Congress on the House floor on Tuesday night during a Special Order on Biden’s spending agenda. Rep. Hern says his cons ... read more »

Washington Co. Courthouse Renovations Making Strides

Oct 20, 2021

Two weeks in and renovations at the Washington County Courthouse in downtown Bartlesville are coming together. Washington County Commissioner Mike Dunlap gave an update on the project this week, stating that a majority of the half-walls are framed. Dunlap says plumbers started drilling for th ... read more »

Wash. Co. Expo Center Inching Closer to Reality

Oct 20, 2021

The Washington County Public Facilities Authority meets to discuss the next steps to potentially create an exposition center and new fairgrounds. A report from the Authority's Facilities Design Subcommittee and Architect Dan Keleher was heard. Authority Chairman Mike Bouvier says Kele ... read more »

Osage County Boundary Lines to be Examined Thursday

Oct 20, 2021

A special Board of Osage County Commissioners meeting has been called for Thursday afternoon at which time Board members will consider setting boundary lines for re-districting, this based on data from the 2020 census. Everett Piper, who lives in the far northeastern part of District One, bel ... read more »

City of Dewey Moves Closer to Improved Storm Sirens

Oct 20, 2021

The Dewey City Council approves agreements to improve its storm siren systems. City Manager Kevin Trease says Washington County has applied for a grant to upgrade storm sirens in area communities. Trease says there will be new controllers for each individual siren. He says there will even be ... read more »

EAC Names Bartlesville Employee of the Month

Oct 20, 2021

The Employee Advisory Committee of Bartlesville has named its employee of the month for October in Water Utilities Services Representative Gary Young. Young was selected after Bartlesville resident Janice Blanton had an interaction with Young last month and had this to say of Young: “I ... read more »

Rep. Stearman Wins Wash. Co. GOP 2021 Chili Cook-Off

Oct 20, 2021

State Representative Wendi Stearman of Collinsville wins Washington County GOP’s 2021 Chili Cook-Off. The event was held on Monday, Oct. 18, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Cooper & Mill Brewery, 200 S. Dewey Avenue in downtown Bartlesville. The public had a chance to come out and vote fo ... read more »

Bartlesville Splash Pads Closed Until Next Season

Oct 20, 2021

Bartlesville’s city-owned splash pads have been winterized and are closed for the season. Parks Superintendent Bobby Robinson says the splash pads at Johnstone and Sooner parks and Unity Square have been winterized for the upcoming cold season. He says they will reopen next spring, once ... read more »

Wesleyan Organizations to Participate in Serve Sunday

Oct 20, 2021

Sooner Park Wesleyan Church, Faith Wesleyan Church, First Wesleyan Church, and Oklahoma Wesleyan University students are hosting a Serve Sunday, October 24, 2021, 9:00 a.m. to noon. Serve Sunday is a day when the “church has left the building” to serve the community as a practical ... read more »

Adams Boulevard Church of Christ Trunk or Treat Oct. 24th

Oct 20, 2021

The Adams Boulevard Church of Christ invites you to the 20th annual Trunk or Treat event Sunday, October 24, from 5pm to 7pm   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Aaron Kirkparick and Jody Birch said this year's Trunk or Treat will be the biggest one yet. The event features free c ... read more »