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BPD Looks for Alleged Catalytic Converter Thief

Oct 15, 2021

A subject is wanted by the Bartlesville Police Department for allegedly stealing catalytic converters. According to a release, the thefts occurred on Saturday, Oct. 9, at 7:45 a.m. in the 300 Block of SW Virginia Street in Bartlesville. If you can identify the person involved in this case ... read more »

BPD Looks to Identify Alleged Trailer Thief

Oct 15, 2021

The Bartlesville Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a recent theft of a trailer. According to a release, the incident occurred in the 200 Block of NE Washington Boulvard in Bartlesville The suspect can be seen hooking the trailer up to a white SUV on Friday, Oct. 8, at 5 ... read more »

Commissioners to Establish Base Salaries at Monday's Meeting

Oct 15, 2021

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will convene for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds on Monday where Osage County Tourism Director Kelly Bland will give her monthly report. The Board will look to establish a minimum base salary of $22,500 among county officers and a maxim ... read more »

Women's Ranch Rodeo Taking Place This Weekend

Oct 15, 2021

The Women’s Ranch Rodeo Association World Finals held its kickoff event on Thursday night at the Constantine Theater and the rodeo was set to begin at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska on Friday. As some of the best competitors in the business were flocking to Pawhuska, Tourism Direc ... read more »

Wash. Co. SPCA Receives $4,000 from Arvest Foundation

Oct 15, 2021

Washington County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (WCSPCA) will benefit from a $4,000 contribution from the Arvest Foundation. Arvest commercial banker Chad Cox presented the check to WCSPCA CEO Tonya Pete. “We are happy to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest ... read more »

Wash. Co. Commissioners to Hear Energy Analysis, More

Oct 15, 2021

The Washington County Commissioners are getting set to hear a preliminary energy analysis report from Public Service Company of Oklahoma. Commissioner Mitch Antle says this energy report revolves around the Washington County Jail, the County Judicial Building and the County Administration Bui ... read more »

BPD Helps Investigate Two Federal Grand Jury Cases

Oct 15, 2021

Acting United States Attorney Clint Johnson announced the results of the October 2021 Federal Grand Jury B on Friday. Two of the 13 listed cases are being investigated by the Bartlesville Police Department. These individuals have been charged with violations of United States law in indictment ... read more »

Toulouse Wins Arvest Bank Teacher Appreciation Prize

Oct 15, 2021

Arvest Bank announced on Friday that Renee Toulouse has been awarded a $500 prize as part of its “We Love Teachers” campaign. A total of 154 awards, totaling $77,000, are being given this year throughout Arvest’s footprint. Toulouse, who teaches Special Education at Jane Phi ... read more »

Gov. Stitt Slams Biden for Corporate Vaccine Mandates

Oct 15, 2021

Governor Kevin Stitt slams President Biden for forcing Americans to chose between the COVID-19 vaccine and their jobs. Gov. Stitt says businesses should have the freedom to make decisions based on their circumstances. He says we are heading down a slippery slope when we allow the government t ... read more »

Bruin Football Senior Recognized by Cherokee Nation

Oct 15, 2021

A Bartlesville Public Schools football player leads his team out of the tunnel with a Cherokee Nation flag and gets recognition. Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. recognizes Bartlesville senior Rhett Foreman for leading his team out of the tunnel during their game on Thursday n ... read more »

Tri County Tech Students Train with Fire Extinguishers

Oct 15, 2021

Tri County Tech’s Early Care and Education students complete their fire extinguisher training this week. The Bartlesville Fire Department put on the training for the Tri County Tech students. Kids involved in Tri County Tech’s Child Development Center also had a chance to meet fir ... read more »

Lighthouse Outreach Raising Funds for Chair Lift

Oct 15, 2021

The Lighthouse Outreach Center in Bartlesville is raising funds to purchase and install a chair lift. Director Errol Hada says the purpose of the chair lift is to help transport residents who cannot navigate the stairs to the family rooms and women's dorm. Hada says they unfortunately had ... read more »

Memories Matter Car Show Returns to Green Country Village on October 23rd

Oct 15, 2021

The Memories Matter Car Show at Green Country Village Senior Living Community returns after last year's COVID 19 hiatus.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Casey Williams and car show coordinator Wes Standridge invited everyone to the event on Saturday, October 23, at Green Cou ... read more »

SAFE-NOW Aims to Dispel Sexual Assault Myth

Oct 15, 2021

Sexual Assault Forensic Exams – Nowata, Osage, Washington counties – better known as SAFE-NOW – is presenting its “What Were You Wearing?” exhibit in Bartlesville. You can take a walk through this powerful sexual assault survivor exhibit that displays true storie ... read more »

Cancer Benefit Set for Former Bartlesville Responder

Oct 15, 2021

A cancer benefit will be held in November for a former Bartlesville first responder. The benefit is for Ron Sweeten Jr., who worked for the Bartlesville Police Department from 1985 to 2009. During his employment with the BPD, Sweeten received Police Officer of the Year in 2001 and again in 20 ... read more »