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Kansas Man Charged with Lewd Acts

Oct 12, 2021

A Peru, Kansas man was charged with one felony of lewd acts to a minor child under the age of 16. Billy Peel Appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday where the charge was presented. Peel was arrested on a warrant that stemmed from a series of incidents that started in 2020. Acc ... read more »

Nowata Commissioners Accept 4-H Week Declaration

Oct 12, 2021

Several local 4-H participants were on hand at Monday’s Nowata County Commissioners meeting. The students presented a declaration for National 4-H week. The board voted unanimously to accept the declaration. Jagger Hawk, Clint Harrington, Taylor Dixon and Addison Collier were in attenda ... read more »

Tri County Tech Accepting Bids on Jarrett Farms Resort

Oct 12, 2021

Tri County Tech is offering real estate located off Highway 75 in Ramona, Oklahoma, commonly known as Jarrett Farms Resort, for public sale by sealed bids. The bids will be opened at 2:01 pm on November 2, 2021, and will be referred to the Board of Education of Tri County Tech for acceptance or r ... read more »

Pawhuska Schools Renting Youth Shelter Building

Oct 12, 2021

Representatives from the City of Pawhuska recently met with the Pawhuska School District to see if they would be interested in renting the Youth Shelter Building in town. After discussion, Superintendent David Cash put an offer of using the building for five years at a rate of $700 per month. Cas ... read more »

Durrence Has Status Date Passed

Oct 12, 2021

A Bartlesville man accused of sexually abusing an autistic boy appeared in court on Friday. Dylan Durrence was charged with five counts last month stemming for the alleged incident. The defendant was in Washington County court for a felony status docket date. Durrence advised the court that h ... read more »

COVID-19 Cases Continue to Decline in Osage County

Oct 12, 2021

COVID-19 cases have been on a steady decrease over the past few weeks in Osage County and District Three Commissioner Darren McKinney said those numbers continue to trend in that direction at Tuesday's meeting.   The county did see an increase of four deaths over the past week. ... read more »

Jones Purchases Two Tractors for District One

Oct 12, 2021

At last week’s Board of Osage County Commissioners meeting, District One Commissioner Randall Jones had mentioned that he had planned on going to an auction with the intention of purchasing some equipment for his road crews. At Monday’s meeting, Jones talked about the two purchases he ... read more »

Women in Business Event to be Held Wednesday

Oct 12, 2021

Guest speaker Gretchen Gleason will headline the next Women in Business event put on by Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce. Gleason will talk on the topic of networking your way to business success. In other words, she will tell you how to work smarter, not harder. The event will b ... read more »

Washington Co. 4-H Presents National 4-H Proclamation

Oct 12, 2021

Washington County 4-H wraps up National 4-H week by presenting the 4-H Proclamation to the Washington County Commissioners. Commissioner Mitch Antle encouraged elected officials in Washington County to engage in 4-H events such as speech contests, banquets, and more. He said 4-H and FFA are t ... read more »

Oklahoma Wesleyan Univ. Changes Fall Concert Venue

Oct 12, 2021

Oklahoma Wesleyan University has moved its fall concert. Due to the forecast of inclement weather in our listening area on Tuesday, Oct. 12, OKWU's Fall Concert has been moved to the OKWU Chapel at 2201 Silver Lake Road in Bartlesville. The concert was original scheduled to take place in ... read more »

Washington Co. Adult Center to Apply for REAP Funds

Oct 12, 2021

Washington County Senior Citizens, Inc. and the Washington County Adult Center get the green light to apply for $50,000 in Rural Economic Action Plan (REAP) funds. The group is looking to hire professionals to complete architectural drawings in order to renovate the inside and outside of thei ... read more »

Constantine Theater Hosting Welcome Party for Ranch Rodeo Finals

Oct 12, 2021

The Constantine Theater will be hosting a welcome party for those coming to the Women’s Ranch Rodeo Association World Finals and everyone is welcome to attend. The event will be held this Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. with an auction taking place at 7 p.m. Admission is $10 per person. Th ... read more »

Wash. Co. Commissioners Remember Chief Owens

Oct 12, 2021

The Owens & Company Fire Department in southern Washington County continues to celebrate the life of Chief Todd Owens. Washington County Commissioner Mike Dunlap said they lost a valuable citizen in Chief Owens on Monday morning. Dunlap said Chief Owens had a heart of gold. He said Owens ... read more »

BPS 7th Grade Orchestra to Perform as Honor Group

Oct 12, 2021

The Bartlesville Public Schools 7th grade orchestra has been selected to perform as an honor group at the 2022 January Oklahoma Music Educators Music Convention. They were selected as one of three orchestras in the state of Oklahoma based on a blind audition recording that was submitted last May. ... read more »

US-75 Narrows in Bartlesville for Pavement Rehab

Oct 12, 2021

North and southbound US-75 will be intermittently narrowed to one lane between W. 2400 Rd. and S.E. Frank Phillips Blvd. in Bartlesville beginning starting Tuesday and continuing through 2021 for a pavement rehabilitation project. Motorists can expect lanes closures of up to two miles in the ... read more »