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Three Injured in Thursday Accident

Jun 22, 2018

Bartlesville's Fire Fighters and Ambulance personnel used their training and skills Thursday to rescue three people who were trapped inside a vehicle involved in a traffic accident. The accident occurred at 5:45 Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Hazel Road and Madison. Two people were ... read more »

E911 Question Among Measures on Nowata County Ballot

Jun 21, 2018

Nowata County is one of a handful of counties in Oklahoma that does not E911 services. The enhanced services allow first responders better access to the origin of an emergency phone call. The proposition that will go in front of Nowata County voters for the upcoming primary election will esta ... read more »

Attorney General Hunter Files Against Wind Catcher

Jun 21, 2018

Attorney General Mike Hunter has filed a motion in support of the city of Bixby and concerned area landowners, who are opposing the newly planned route of the Wind Catcher project’s power line.   The new route was pursued after Public Service Company of Oklahoma's original ... read more »

Sex Offender Violates Registration Act

Jun 21, 2018

A convicted level three aggravated sex offender was arrested in Bartlesville after failing to register. Vincent Willis was convicted of making lewd or indecent proposals to a minor in Tahlequah in 2010. He appeared on Thursday at the Washington County Courthouse and was arraigned on two counts. ... read more »

New Assistant Principal Named at BHS

Jun 21, 2018

The Bartlesville Board of Education approved hiring Michael Harp as an Assistant Principal at Bartlesville High School. Harp has been a band director for nine years, and for the last four years he has served as the Director of Bands for Carl Albert High School, a class 5A school in the Mid-Del sy ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman in Custody After Assaulting Mother

Jun 20, 2018

A Bartlesville woman was arrested after allegedly punching her mother in the face. Tiffany Hill made an appearance at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday facing a charge a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery for an incident that occurred on Tuesday. According to an affidavit, ... read more »

Firefighters Injured, but OK

Jun 20, 2018

After a fire in Nowata broke out this morning, reports came in of two firefighters who were taken for medical treatment.   Linda Whickham, the mother of one of the firefighters, says that her son was banged up, but was released from the hospital.   Whickham says that she ... read more »

Fire in Rural Nowata County

Jun 20, 2018

A large house caught fire in rural Nowata County on Wednesday morning. The blaze in a rural location near Road 405 and Road 19. According to the Nowata Fire Department the house is considered a total loss.  A Nowata Firefighter was taken to the Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartles ... read more »

CMT Cast to Visit Kiddie Park

Jun 20, 2018

Cast members of the Children's Musical Theater for the Little Mermaid production will be performing at Kiddie Park on Saturday, June 30 at 7:30 for park goers.   This will be a first time visit for the CMT, and Jan Watt says the cast is excited to share parts of the show. &nb ... read more »

Coffeyville Police Execute Search Warrant

Jun 20, 2018

An investigation into drug activity and recently break-ins at businesses leads to a search of a Coffeyville home.  Police Chief Kwin Bromley spoke with our news partner KGGF News at the scene at 1005 West 10th Street.   Bromley says those five will be taken into custody for ques ... read more »

Kevin Stitt has Problems

Jun 20, 2018

What does it tell you when you hear that a candidate who is asking for your vote hasn't voted?  According to the Tulsa World, candidate for governor, Kevin Stitt did not vote in at least the last four elections for governor.     The Tulsa World reports Stit ... read more »

Foundation Grant Aids Project Lead the Way

Jun 20, 2018

The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation announced Monday that it had raised $115,000 towards an expansion of the Project Lead the Way Launch STEM curriculum in the Bartlesville's six elementary schools. The Foundation exceeded its goal of raising $100,000 towards adding additional biomedic ... read more »

Three Join Mary Martha Staff

Jun 20, 2018

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma has welcomed three new staff members to its team at Mary Martha Outreach in Bartlesville. Misty Wishall has taken on the position of Director, Judy DuVall will coordinate volunteer efforts, and Stephanie Hathaway will serve as GED Teacher/Team Leader. &n ... read more »

Custody Dispute Leads to Domestic Abuse Charge

Jun 19, 2018

A dispute over child custody led to a domestic incident that put a Locust Grove woman in police custody. Rochelle Medlock appeared at the Washington County Courthouse facing a misdemeanor charge of domestic abuse. According to an affidavit, Medlock traveled to Bartlesville to allow her son to ... read more »

City of Dewey Meets For Multiple Meetings Monday

Jun 19, 2018

The City of Dewey met for three separate meetings on Monday evening. At 7 on Monday evening, the Dewey City Council opened their meeting where the majority of time was spent in a public hearing on two dilapidated structures located on Choctaw Street. After hearing from the owner of the proper ... read more »