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BPSD Back to School Rally on Monday

Aug 03, 2015

The Bartlesville Public School District will welcome students to the new school year with a “Back to School Rally” next week. The school year begins Thursday, August 13th but to get the students back into the school spirit, the rally will feature keynote speaker, State Superintendent ... read more »

Contracts, Resolutions Approved by Washington County Board

Aug 03, 2015

The Washington County Board of Commissioners had a number of agenda items for approval on Monday morning. District 2 Commissioner Mike Bouvier was away on other business but the low bid for work in his District was approved and awarded to APAC by Commissioners Mitch Antle and Mike Dunlap. Re ... read more »

OSDE Makes Reporting Index Available to All

Aug 03, 2015

Access to more than 100 various reports pertaining to education is now available to all who have an interest or stake in education in Oklahoma. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced Monday the addition of an online catalog of information providing access to reports r ... read more »

Fourth Fatality Results from July Accident

Aug 03, 2015

A fourth person is now dead as a result of a July 25th accident on U. S. 75.  Initial reports indicated that a car driven by 21 year-old Christian Loiler of Owasso was southbound on U. S. 75 at about 3:15 in the morning.  His car collided in the inside lane near 96th street north, about ... read more »

Accident Kills Owasso Motorcyclist

Aug 03, 2015

Driving at an unsafe speed on a curve lead to the death of an Owasso motorcyclist Sunday afternoon.  According to an OHP accident report, 28 year-old Ted Gaffney of Owasso was eastbound on Cameron Street in Tulsa County.  His motorcycle failed to negotiate a curve, left the roadway on t ... read more »

Osage Nation Health Care Ready for Transition

Aug 03, 2015

The Osage Nation is closer to opening its first ever tribally-managed health care facility.      The transition from the federally managed Pawhuska Indian Healthcare Center to tribal governance of the facility begins October 1st.      Tribal offic ... read more »

Saturday Accident Injures Two Vera Residents

Aug 03, 2015

Three people were injured in a Tulsa County accident Saturday afternoon.  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a car driven by 20 year-old Stormy Fowler of Owasso was southbound on Garnett Road.  She failed to yield to a car driven by 51 year-old Roger McDonald of Vera while making a lef ... read more »

Commissioners Apply For REAP Grant

Aug 03, 2015

The Nowata County Commissioners approved a resolution and application for a $50,000 Rural Economic Action Plan Grant for community development.  Commissioner Bud Frost says the grant would be used to develop a housing addition on a tract of land near South Coffeyville.  In other action, ... read more »

Sales Tax Increase Resolution To Be Decided

Aug 02, 2015

Several items are on Monday's Bartlesville City Council meeting.  According to the agenda, the city council will take action on a resolution to call for an election for a four-tenths of one percent sales tax increase.  If the resolution passes, the election will take place in Octobe ... read more »

Commissioners To Meet Monday Morning

Aug 02, 2015

A few items are on tap for Monday's Nowata County Commissioners meeting.  According to the agenda, the commissioners will take action on a resolution to apply for a rural economic action plan grant concerning community development.  The commissioners will go over the Cable One contr ... read more »

Unemployment Rates Increase

Aug 01, 2015

The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission released their June unemployment rate report.  According to the commission, 76 of Oklahoma's 77 counties saw their unemployment rates increase.  Washington, Nowata, and Osage counties all had their unemployment rates go up.  Nowa ... read more »

The 2015 Inter-State Fair and Rodeo Final Preparations

Jul 31, 2015

The 107th edition of the Inter-State Fair and Rodeo in Coffeyville begins next week and though cowboys and clowns are the ones most people go to see, many proud parents will be there for their kids. Rodeo Spokesperson Ruth Nicolaus said that kids can learn a lot by taking part in in 4-H or Future ... read more »

New Venue to Hold First Event on August 28th

Jul 31, 2015

OK Mozart staff members are excited about the grand opening of Ambler Hall, taking place the last weekend of August. Ambler Hall has been under construction since earlier in the year but now it's ready and waiting for it's first concert. Executive Director Dr. Randy Thompson said that Amb ... read more »

Travelers Motel Suspects In Court

Jul 31, 2015

Several people arrested during a drug bust at the Travelers Motel on April 2nd were in court on Thursday.  Nine people were arrested during the daytime raid.  Four of the nine people had their charges dropped.  Those were Jack Gonzalez, Jason Maldonado, Irene Rose Grein, and Hector ... read more »

Shea Faces Formal Arraignment

Jul 31, 2015

A Bartlesville man who is accused of trying to kill a man is on the August 5th formal arraignment docket.  Tyler Lee Shea is charged with attempted first degree murder, burglary, and violation of a protective order.  Bartlesville police were called on a domestic disturbance at a home in ... read more »