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VCO Establishes Two New Neighborhood Libraries

Oct 21, 2021

Veterans Connection Organization (VCO) of Bartlesville establishes more neighborhood libraries with community partners. VCO joined forces with Oak Park United Methodist Church on Thursday afternoon to install a library drop box. Pastor Tasha Hollopeter says having this resource is an opportun ... read more »

Huskies Have Unscheduled Off Week After Afton Forfeit

Oct 21, 2021

they don't have enough healthy players. Coach Matt Hennesy said the Eagles did the right thing, as they only have 12 active players. When Hennesy found this out earlier in the week, he says the Huskies attempted to find an opponent for Friday night.   Hennesy said this was a big ... read more »

County Commissioners Take First Step to Re-districting

Oct 21, 2021

The Board of Osage County Commissioners held a special meeting on Thursday to discuss re-drawing district lines, something that is done every 10 years when the census data is complete. INCOG is responsible for drawing up these proposals and at Thursday's meeting, they presented five options t ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested for Drug Trafficking, Bribery

Oct 21, 2021

A Bartlesville man was arrested on a warrant for charges of trafficking a controlled dangerous substance and bribery for an alleged incident that occurred on August 29. Kevin Buford appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday out of custody after posting a $100,000 bond. Accordin ... read more »

Stearman Releases HD11 Proposed District Maps

Oct 21, 2021

Every 10 years in accordance with the United States and Oklahoma Constitutions a census is conducted and something known as "redistricting" must occur. As populations change, so must the district lines in order to ensure that every Oklahoman's vote matters and is heard. On Nov. 15th ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Facing Heinous Child, Animal Abuse Allegations

Oct 21, 2021

A Bartlesville man is facing heinous allegations of animal abuse and child abuse. Mason Villanueva could face as many as 12 felony counts with the possibility of more being added on. The defendant was present at the Washington County Courthouse by video conference. According to an affidavit, ... read more »

Dewey City Council Approves Resolution for ARPA Funds

Oct 21, 2021

The Dewey City Council approves a resolution concerning American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. City Manager Kevin Trease says the resolution essentially makes them responsible for the upkeep and auditing of the ARPA funds in Dewey. Trease says the City of Dewey will receive $560,000 in ARPA f ... read more »

Democrats Block Lankford's Stop Vaccine Mandates Bill

Oct 21, 2021

Senator James Lankford brings his Stop Vaccine Mandates Act up for a vote on the Senate floor. Passage of Sen. James Lankford’s Stop Vaccine Mandates bill was blocked by Democrats on Wednesday. Lankford spoke on the Senate floor to bring the struggles his constituents have with Presiden ... read more »

Dance Maker Academy Gets Grant from Oklahoma Arts Council

Oct 21, 2021

The Dance Maker Academy has received a grant from the Oklahoma Arts Council, which will allow for them to start a new drama program at the Pawhuska Jr. High and High School on Tuesdays right after school. This will take place at the Pawhuska High School Lecture Hall.  The annual Nutcrack ... read more »

Arvest Contributes $5K to Paths to Independence

Oct 21, 2021

The Arvest Foundation recently announced a $5,000 contribution to Paths to Independence. Arvest business development representative Earl Sears presented the check to Clair Bartley, executive director of Paths to Independence (PTI). “It is an honor to present this check on behalf of ... read more »

Tri County Tech Cosmetology Program on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Oct 21, 2021

At Tri County Tech, successful futures are built by driven students and instructors that challenge them to be the best they can be. Students gain skills taught in the classroom, but also the skills necessary to thrive in the workforce or higher education.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CON ... read more »

Price Tower’s Haunted Hotel

Oct 21, 2021

This October the dead will walk with the living at Price Tower’s Haunted Hotel.  With three spine-tingling attractions to tour, The Price Tower will leave your heart pounding.    Appearin on CAR TALK, Brad Doenges invited everyone to see for yourself, October 22-31.&n ... read more »

Memories Matter Car Show Returns to Green Country Village Oct. 23rd

Oct 21, 2021

The Memories Matter Car Show at Green Country Village Senior Living Community returns this Saturday 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 ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman Charged with Child Endangerment

Oct 20, 2021

A Bartlesville woman was arrested for drinking and driving with children in her vehicle. Amanda Serafin appeared the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday facing charges of felony child endangerment and misdemeanor actual physical control. Court documents allege that on Tuesday Serafin wa ... read more »

Visit Bartlesville Accepting Visitor Guide Submissions

Oct 21, 2021

Visit Bartlesville, Bartlesville’s destination marketing organization, is asking attractions, events, restaurants and retailers to submit their information for the 2022 Bartlesville Visitor Guide. The Bartlesville Visitor Guide is printed every year as a resource for visitors and residents ... read more »