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A21 Raises Trafficking Awareness with Freedom Walk

Oct 20, 2018

About 25 people gathered downtown Bartlesville Saturday morning for the second-annual A21 Walk for Freedom.  The walk was part of a worldwide effort to raise awareness of the slavery of human trafficking.     A trafficking survivor who identified herself of Gina says s ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Investigate Found Human Remains

Oct 19, 2018

Bartlesville police are investigating human remains found near the Pathfinder Parkway.     According to Public Informatoin Officer for the department, Captain Jay Hastings, police were contacted Thursday afternoon by a man checking an oil lease between Frank Phillips and Ad ... read more »

Three arrested on Second Degree Murder in Osage County

Oct 19, 2018

Three people have been arrested by Osage County deputies after they found the body of John Adkins on the side of county road 4201 north of Pawhuska. The three suspects arrested were Maurice Kent, Daniel Keene and Toby Bighorse. Charges include second degree murder and robbery with a weapon. I ... read more »

Osage County Commissioners to discuss important items

Oct 19, 2018

The Osage County Commissioners will meet on Monday morning at the Pawhuska courthouse and they will discuss a number of important items. There will be discussion and possible action in regards to approving and signing a transfer of funds for a nutrition program in the amount of $30,100. T ... read more »

Pedestrian Struck on Adams Boulevard

Oct 18, 2018

A pedestrian was struck by a City of Dewey Public Works vehicle around 9:05 on Thursday night. The accident occurred on Adams Boulevard near Chickasaw Avenue. The pedestrian was taken to a hospital in Tulsa in critical condition, but is no believed to in stable condition after an overnight st ... read more »

Ribbon Cutting takes place at Water Bird Gallery

Oct 18, 2018

Also at the Water Bird Gallery on Thursday, the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce was on hand for a ribbon cutting welcoming the Water Bird Gallery as a new member of the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce. Store owner Danette Daniels has owned the store for three and a half years.   ... read more »

Grann has book signing in Pawhuska

Oct 18, 2018

David Grann, author of Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI, was at a book signing on Thursday afternoon at the Water Bird Gallery in Pawhuska. Grann said the history of Osage County is depressing, but Grann is glad he could shed some light on the subject. ... read more »

Vice President at Stitt Rally for GOP

Oct 18, 2018

Vice President Mike Pence will speak in Tulsa Thursday afternoon at a campaign rally for GOP gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt. Pence flew into the Tulsa International Airport before heading to the Mabee Center. The talk is scheduled to start at 4:15 and will last until 5:30 p.m. O ... read more »

Picnic Area Coming to Dinosaur Park

Oct 18, 2018

Civitan Park, also known as “dinosaur park” will soon be the recipient of a 20-foot by 44-foot picnic pavilion — thanks to donations from Bartlesville Civitan Club and other community organizations. The cost of the pavilion is approximately $29,000, which was purchased with ... read more »

Prayer Meeting at Washington County Fair Building

Oct 18, 2018

The Washington County Fair Grounds in Dewey will host a prayer meeting Thursday night. Rod Nicholas says this will be the third prayer meeting like this in the past several years. One prayer meeting in Dewey was held at Don Tyler Park in Dewey in 2015, and another prayer meeting on April 7, 2 ... read more »

Ghost Walk to Highlight Downtown Stories

Oct 18, 2018

The Bartlesville Convention and Visitors Bureau coordinates the Downtown Bartlesville Ghost Walk for next week. Director of Operations Becky Cowen says the Bartlesville Area History Museum has helped them unearth real stories that actually happened at each site associated with the Ghost Walk. ... read more »

Boy Scouts a Tradition for New Scout Executive

Oct 18, 2018

The Cherokee Area Council Boy Scouts of America introduces their new Scout Executive and CEO. New Scout Executive Phillip Wright has served professionally in scouting for 19 years. For 13 years Wright served in scouting in Mississippi before going to Columbus, Ohio for several years. He says ... read more »

Bartlesville Chamber Selling Shirts, Giving Out Signs

Oct 18, 2018

The Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce sells t-shirts to spread the word to shop local in order to help the local community. This year the Chamber will sell dark green shirts with white lettering. Anyone wanting to put a logo on the back of their shirt will need to pay $100. Putting a name of a bus ... read more »

Nowata County Sheriff Arrested

Oct 17, 2018

Nowata County Sheriff Kenny Freeman was arrested Wednesday morning on a single charge of embezzlement according to district attorney Kevin Buchanan. The charge is a felony. Buchanan explains what happened. The arrest stems from a donation of school supplies made by Walmart to two separat ... read more »

Nowata Sheriff Kenny Freeman Speaks After Arrest

Oct 17, 2018

Nowata County Sheriff Kenny Freeman was arrested Wednesday morning on a single charge of embezzlement according to district attorney Kevin Buchanan. The charge is a felony. Buchanan explains what happened Wednesday morning. The arrest stems from a donation of school supplies made by Walma ... read more »