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Light Up The Ville

Sep 23, 2016

Main Street Bartlesville has initiated a Light Up The Ville campaign to raise $50,000 for LED lights that will be displayed year round on Frank Phillips Blvd. from Keeler to Cherokee and will change color with each holiday.  Kiwanis President Karen Wilson explained the campaign. The goa ... read more »

Central Middle School Nearing Completion

Sep 23, 2016

School is off to an fantastic start for the Bartlesville Public School District with most of the projects completed, including the renovation at Central Middle School.  Most of the projects at Central are completed with some are still under construction.  Bartlesville Schools Superinten ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested For Child Porn

Sep 23, 2016

A $250,000 bond has been set for a Bartlesville man who allegedly had child pornography downloaded on his cell phone.  59-year old Anthony Harold Warnick is charged with possession of child pornography.  According to a court affidavit, Bartlesville police found a cell pho ... read more »

Amazon Building Might See Activity

Sep 23, 2016

It appears something may soon happen with the former Amazon Building at Coffeyville's Industrial Park. Debra Woodall reports from Coffeyville. ... read more »

Phone Service Restored

Sep 23, 2016

Telephones were down for Oklahoma customers of Totah Communications because of a major service outage on Thursday.  President and General Manager, Mark Gailey says the outages had affected Ochelata, Oglesby, Wann, Talala, Burbank and Lenapah exchanges. Reportedly, the outage was caused b ... read more »

Governor Fallin Gives Statement On Tulsa Shooting

Sep 23, 2016

Governor Mary Fallin released this statement on the decision by Tulsa County prosecutors to charge Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby with first-degree manslaughter in the Sept. 16 shooting death of Terence Crutcher: “I pray this decision provides some peace to the Crutcher family and t ... read more »

Outage Affects Totah Communications Customers

Sep 22, 2016

Telephones are down for Oklahoma customers of Totah Communications because of a major service outage.  President and General Manager, Mark Gailey says the outages affect Ochelata, Oglesby, Wann, Talala, Burbank and Lenapah exchanges. Reportedly, the outage is caused by an AT&T fiber ... read more »

Ochelata Accident

Sep 23, 2016

An accident occurred on Thursday in Ochelata involving a girl who was struck.  27-year-old Caitlyn Fielding was driving a 2012 Chevrolet when the girl darted out in front of her. Fielding was not injured. The girl was taken by Bartlesville EMS EMS to Saint Francis Hospital in Tu ... read more »

Taylor On Formal Arraignment Docket

Sep 22, 2016

A Bartlesville woman who is accused of stabbing and killing her boyfriend in April of this year has a new court date scheduled for October 5th on the formal arraignment docket.  Angela Sue Taylor is charged with second degree murder in the death of 47-year old James Rickman. Bartlesvill ... read more »

State Board of Education Reallocates Activity Funds

Sep 22, 2016

The Oklahoma State Board of Education has approved the reallocation of $3.4 million in previously mandated cuts to the Support of Public School Activities. The funds were part of the $40.2 million returned to the Oklahoma State Department of Education earlier this month as the result of an over-c ... read more »

Oklahoma Student Assessment Results

Sep 22, 2016

The Statewide Oklahoma student assessment reports for the 2015-16 school year are in and they indicate both moderate gains and areas of improvement. Reading scores for third- and fifth-grade students show modest improvement. The number of third-grade students scoring at least proficient increas ... read more »

New Director of Wildlife Department Selected

Sep 22, 2016

J.D. Strong was selected by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission to serve as the new Director of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Strong is the former executive director of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and former Oklahoma Secretary of the Environment. Strong h ... read more »

Cow Thieves Reunion to Move Inside

Sep 22, 2016

The forecast of thunderstorms has prompted Woolaroc to move Saturday night’s Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion to the Woolaroc Museum. The historic fundraiser, originally planned at Clyde Lake, is now sold out with close to 750 tickets sold. Woolaroc Chief Executive Officer, Bob Fra ... read more »

Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion Moves to the Museum

Sep 21, 2016

Woolaroc announced Saturday night’s Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion is moving to the Woolaroc Museum due to forecasted thunderstorms. The historic fundraiser, originally planned at Clyde Lake, is now sold out with close to 750 tickets sold. “We held the party in the museum e ... read more »

Vincent Faces New Burglary Charge

Sep 21, 2016

A Bartlesville man who is currently in the Washington County Jail facing a first degree burglary charge, has a new charge filed by the Washington County District Attorney's Office.  Trevor James Vincent is charged with second degree burglary.  According to a court affidavit, ba ... read more »