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Delaware Tribe Family and Children Services in COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Oct 12, 2021

October is Domestic Violence Awarness Month. Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Lori Rose and Cindy Kenyon Delaware Tribe Family and Children Services introduced listeners to their sevices to help those affected by domestic violence.   Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) was lau ... read more »

Bartlesville Daybreak Rotary on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Oct 11, 2021

Bartlesville Daybreak Rotary places service above self. Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Monday, Rotarians Elizabeth Thrash and Keith Branham explained just what that meant.   Elizabeth and Keith said that Rotary serves the community--both locally and internationally.   ... read more »

Osage Nation Members Getting Recognized for Hard Work

Oct 11, 2021

Two people who have been instrumental in making the Dance Maker Academy what it is today are getting recognized for their hard work. Osage members Randy Tinker Smith and Jenna Smith LaViolette will receive an Arts in Education Award from the Oklahoma Arts Council on Tuesday, November 9th. Randy T ... read more »

Pawhuska City Council to be Busy Tuesday Evening

Oct 11, 2021

The Pawhuska City Council will convene for a regularly scheduled meeting at the community center on Tuesday evening to discuss a wide array of items.   One thing the council will discuss is the possible expansion of the runway at the Pawhuska Airport. The airport is something that Pa ... read more »

Man Arrested for Breaking Windows in Caney

Oct 11, 2021

A man was arrested in Caney last Friday for allegedly causing a domestic disturbance according to a press release from the Caney Police Department. Officers responded to a call around 11:30 p.m. at a residence on the 800 block of North Wood Street. It is alleged that Jason Kelly had broken se ... read more »

Hoskin Jr. Talks McGirt, More on Native American Day

Oct 11, 2021

Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. celebrated Indigenous People's Day virtually by recapping the efforts of the Cherokee Nation, including the steps the tribe is taking with McGirt. Hoskin Jr. says the five tribes in Oklahoma are expanding their criminal justice systems in record speed desp ... read more »

Vera's Owens & Company Fire Chief Passes

Oct 11, 2021

Local fire departments mourn the loss of one of their own. According to the Washington County Fire Department, Owens & Company Fire Chief Todd Owens passed away on Monday morning. Chief Owens, a former Northwest Rogers County Fire Department Battalion Chief, led the department for 25 ... read more »

Osage County Dump Day Taking Place Saturday

Oct 11, 2021

Osage County will be hosting a free dump day this Saturday and there will be various locations to drop off your items throughout the county. The District One shops in Pawhuska, Shidler, Barnsdall, McCord and Avant will all be open. District Two’s barn in Skiatook will be open, as will the D ... read more »

City Matters on KWON

Oct 11, 2021

  Bartlesville has done it again: a new record for citiy sales tax collection for September.   Appearing on CITY MATTERS on KWON AM 1400/FM 93.3/FM 95.1, city manager Mike Bailey and City Clerk Jason Muninger made the announcement. Munninger said, "The city was up 19.3% ... read more »

Board of Osage County Commissioners to Meet Tuesday

Oct 11, 2021

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds on Tuesday in light of the three day holiday weekend.   District Two Commissioner Steve Talburt had said he planned to seek grants for the road that eroded away along N. 52nd W. Ave ... read more »

Mattke Wins $500 Arvest Bank Teacher Appreciation Prize

Oct 11, 2021

Arvest Bank announced on Monday that Suzy Mattke 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. Mattke, who teaches 6th grade English and Language Art ... read more »

Caney Valley STEM Class to Learn About Drones in Ag

Oct 11, 2021

A Caney Valley Middle School STEM class has won a Fall 2021 Oklahoma Pork Council grant for drones in agriculture. Diana Fiddler wrote the grant to teach middle school students about the possible use of drones in agriculture. The grant proposal will allow Fiddler to teach several “Ag in ... read more »

Wash. Co. Health Dept. to Offer COVID Vaccines Oct. 12

Oct 11, 2021

The Washington County Health Department (Washington CHD) will offer two COVID-19 Vaccine PODs this week. One of the PODs will be held at the West Side Community Center from noon to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12. The WCC is located at 501 S. Bucy Avenue in Bartlesville. The other POD will ... read more »

Wash. Co. May Hold Bridge Inspection Phone Interviews

Oct 11, 2021

During the Washington County Commissioners meeting this week, engineering bridge inspection phone interviews may be conducted. The phone calls are set to take place on Tuesday, Oct. 12, with Burgess & Niple, Garver, and Guy Engineering. These conversations are scheduled to begin at 10:15 a.m. ... read more »

Man Arrested in Nowata County for Strangling Girlfriend

Oct 11, 2021

A Catoosa man was arrested in Nowata County recently for allegedly strangling his girlfriend. 38-year-old Andrew Vanzant was arrested on Saturday, Oct. 2 for Domestic Assault and Battery by Strangulation. When the Nowata County Sheriff's Office and the South Coffeyville Police Department ... read more »