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Osage Nation Scavenger Hunt taking Place Next Week

Oct 15, 2021

The Osage Nation Prevention Program will be holding a scavenger hunt beginning next Saturday in support of drug prevention and red ribbon week. Those who participate and complete all missions will be eligible to win door prizes. To play, download the GooseChase iOS or Android App at which tim ... read more »

Get Real Ministries Get Stuff Sale Saturday, October 16th

Oct 15, 2021

You are invited to "Get Stuff!" Saturday, October 16, starting at 8 am at Get Real Ministries at 411 W 14th St. in Bartlesville.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Pastor Rando and Shiloh Gamble told listeners, "We have all kinds of stuff. There will be $10 and ... read more »

Pawhuska PD Looking to Fill Staff Shortages

Oct 14, 2021

The Pawhuska Police Department recently hired two new officers and also interviewed two others that Chief Lorrie Hennesy will consider bringing on the force. Even with the new hires, this is what Hennesy said when asked how many more officers she would want to have a full crew.   Hen ... read more »

Ramona Native Serves on U.S. Navy’s Silent Service

Oct 14, 2021

A Ramona, Oklahoma, native is stationed at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, homeport to all East Coast ballistic-missile and guided-missile submarines. Petty Officer 1st Class Cade Willcox, a 2010 Caney Valley High School graduate, joined the Navy eight years ago. Today, Willcox serves as ... read more »

Sunfest Seeks New Leadership to Carry Out Tradition

Oct 14, 2021

Bartlesville Sunfest is seeking new leadership to continue the annual Bartlesville tradition for future years. For the past 10 years, the current board members have had the pleasure of serving Bartlesville by creating new Sunfest experiences and a festival the community looks forward to every ... read more »

Road Work Expected to Cause Delays in Osage County

Oct 14, 2021

The Osage County District 2 Facebook Page wants to inform drivers that they will be working on Javine Rd. south of 2150 Rd. As a result, lengthy delays can be expected. You are encouraged to find alternative routes as this construction takes place.  ... read more »

Elder Care Offers Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinics

Oct 14, 2021

Elder Care's Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinic will be held each Saturday through Saturday, November 13 at 1223 Swan Drive, from  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.  Participants can receive the vaccine while remaining in their vehicles.    The Flu Shot Clinic wi ... read more »

Big Brothers/Big Sisters on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Oct 14, 2021

Big Brothers/Big Sisters gears up for a big new year.   Appearing on  COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Area Director Charlene Dew with Big Brothers/Big Sisters said Big Brothers/Big Sisters is entering into its new fiscal year with Bowl for Kid's Sake and the BIG Event (we hear it has ... read more »

Spirit Church to Hold Day of Caring Event

Oct 14, 2021

Spirit Church will serve the community next weekend, with free haircuts, family photos and lunch. The event will be held at Spirit Church, 2121 S. Madison Boulevard in Bartlesville, from 10:00 a.m. to noon, on Saturday, Oct. 23. Tri County Tech will provide the free haircuts. All are welc ... read more »

41st Annual Run the Streets Woolaroc 8k & Fun Run Set for Oct. 23rd

Oct 14, 2021

You are invited to participate in the 41st annual Run the Streets Woolaroc 8k & Fun Run set for Saturday, October 23rd at Woolaroc Wildlife Preserve for the in Bartlesville.   Appearing on CAR TALK with Brad Doenges, Janet Hardy issued the invitation to runners and fun runners to ... read more »

Smoke Testing to Take Place Next Week

Oct 14, 2021

Rain has pushed back the “smoke” tests that were planned on wastewater lines in the northeast and southwest sub-basins of the City of Bartlesville. Weather permitting; this will start next week according to Water Utilities Director Terry Lauritsen. He goes on to explain why this testi ... read more »

BPSF Educator Hall of Fame Nominations Due Oct. 19

Oct 14, 2021

A little under a week remains to nominate a former Bartlesville Public Schools educator to Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation’s (BPSF) Educator Hall of Fame. BPSF Executive Director Blair Ellis says they are still accepting nominations for the Class of 2022. She says they are in the ... read more »

Bartlesville Habitat for Humanity Sale Set for Oct. 16

Oct 14, 2021

Habitat for Humanity's warehouse sale will be held this Saturday, Oct. 16, from 8:00 a.m. to noon, at 900 S. Maple in Bartlesville. Items for sale include: Euro hinges $1.50 each Scroll saw $180 Rockwell jaw horse $200 Grizzly dust collector $275 Grizzly ta ... read more »

Lighthouse Outreach Center Lunch Tour Set for Oct. 28

Oct 14, 2021

After a little bit of a hiatus, the Lighthouse Outreach Center in Bartlesville will hold another "I Had No Idea Lunch & Tour" on Thursday, Oct. 28, from noon to 1:00 p.m. Linda Radaker, the Director of Development at the homeless shelter, says all of us have stereotypical views ... read more »

Recycling Resurgence in Bartlesville; Event Set Oct. 23

Oct 14, 2021

After a months-long dry spell, recycling is making a return to Bartlesville. California-based company Replenysh is planning to hold a communitywide event in Bartlesville on October 23 that will allow local residents to dispose of their recyclable items, some of which has been in storage since the ... read more »