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Legislature Working on Budget

May 03, 2015

 For the second straight year, Oklahoma's budget writers are scrambling to fill a significant shortfall in the state budget for the upcoming year as lawmakers enter the final month of the 2015 legislative session.        Budget negotiators face a $611 million ... read more »

KRIG Country Showdown Preliminary Results

May 02, 2015

It was a fabulous day at Washington Park Mall for the Outdoor Show and KRIG Country Showdown, Saturday. There were 30 talented contestants with 15 selected to move on to semi-final competition: Summer Flenniken Allie Baker Bryanna Swan Hailey Hanmer Annie Hart Celeste Drowatzky J ... read more »

Bartlesville Education Authority Does Walk Thru at BPSD

May 01, 2015

Bartlesville City Council members, acting as the Bartlesville Education Authority, met for a special meeting with the BPSD School board on Wednesday. The two groups discussed the current high school project as well as the middle school project and bidding. Dr. Gary Quinn talked about the $36.7 mi ... read more »

Body Found in Caney River Identified

May 01, 2015

The body of a man found in the trunk of a car in the Caney River has been identified. Newson6 reports that a friend identified the man as Rafael Hernandez-Torres. It's also reported that there is a bullet in the body. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol received a call at 6:28 Friday morning about a ... read more »

Washington County Treasurer: Revenue Streams are Flat

May 01, 2015

Government officials in all capacities are working on the next fiscal year budgets. Washington County Treasurer Brad Johnson said that while state legislators are working to balance a deficit, things are a little different in Washington County. Johnson encourages residents to spend money loca ... read more »

Outdoor Show This Weekend

May 01, 2015

You're invited Friday and Saturday to the radio station's Outdoor Show at the Washington Park Mall.  Explore all the things on display for your outdoor fun this summer.  Free books...register for door prizes including tickets to Thunder on the Mountain...Cardinals vs. Cubs baseb ... read more »

Several State Agency Budgets Set

May 01, 2015

State legislators have been working to balance a $611-million budget deficit since February. Representative Earl Sears said the some agency budgets are set but there's still work to do. The current legislative session ends at the end of May. ... read more »

Kustom Car and Hot Rod Show in Dewey this Weekend

Apr 30, 2015

Expect to see a lot more vehicles on the streets of Dewey this weekend and many of them are classics. The 14th Stray Kat 500 Kustom Car & Hot Rod Show happens on Saturday and Sunday. Stray Kat Kustoms owner Mick Bryan said the show is in it's 14th year and has grown quite a bit. Bryan ... read more »

Classic Rock Show on Bartlesville Symphony Agenda

Apr 30, 2015

Classic Rock fans are in for a new experience on Saturday night. The Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra will present the music of the Moody Blues, Procol Harum, E-L-O, Jethro Tull. David Bowie and Peter Gabriel in a little different format. Lauren Green, Music Director and Conductor said that sympho ... read more »

Phillips 66 First Quarter Earnings Reported

Apr 30, 2015

Phillips 66 announced its first-quarter earnings of 987 million dollars.  That compares with earnings of 1.1 billion dollars during the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2014. Adjusted earnings were 834 million.  That's a decrease of 79 million dollars from the fourth quarter of 2014.&n ... read more »

Fourth of July Freedom Fest in Need of Volunteers, Vendors and Sponsors

Apr 30, 2015

The Fourth of July is about two months away but it's not to early to volunteer for the Bartlesville Fourth of July Freedom Fest. The family friendly festival features live entertainment, carnival games, food and drink vendors and, most importantly, fireworks. Freedom Fest Committee Chairman S ... read more »

Washington County Sheriff's Office Says Juvenile Vandalism Investigation Complete

Apr 30, 2015

The Washington County District Attorney’s Office is expected to issue summons soon in the vandalism that took place at the Whaling Construction Company at the end of March.  Washington County Under Sheriff Steve Johnson talks about what will happen next. Johnson said that the suspe ... read more »

Texting While Driving Ban Another Step Closer to Becoming Law

Apr 29, 2015

House Bill 1965 is still moving forward, passing in the House on Wednesday by a 85-7 vote. The measure, creating a texting while driving ban, received amendments in the Senate and was passed by a 38-6 vote earlier this month. Two amendments added by the State Senate reduced a $150 offense to $100 ... read more »

Low Cost Pet Clinic This Weekend

Apr 29, 2015

This Saturday will be the 11th Annual Dawg Days of Summer. A low cost pet vaccination clinic hosted by Rita Harvey, veteran Bartlesville Animal Control Officer and organizer for Unchained Bartlesville. The event will be taking place at Johnston Park in Bartlesville and is open to all pet own ... read more »

Grass Cutting is Part of City Code

Apr 29, 2015

The weather during the month of April was perfect for growing your garden and turning your lawn green. The cycle of sun and rain kept people busy mowing their lawn. If you don't mow your lawn, there are consequences according to Bartlesville Community Development Director Lisa Beeman. Bee ... read more »