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Dewey Public School Health Concern

Nov 03, 2017

Dewey Public Schools released a statement Friday on health issues that are related to several students. Superintendent Vince Vincent says that these issues have dated back to September, and that medical attention has been given since. Vincent says that he can not speak on exactly what symptom ... read more »

Fugitive Friday

Nov 03, 2017

Bennett walked away Oct. 20 from the Turley Residential Center in Tulsa, where she was serving time for possession of controlled substances. DOC investigators believe Bennett, who is 5-feet 1-inch tall and weighs 150 pounds, is in the Tulsa area with her mom. Bennett has a history of engaging in ... read more »

OKWU Basketball Plays Two Over The Weekend

Nov 03, 2017

Oklahoma Wesleyan basketball continues its non-conference schedule this weekend with two more home games. The 2-0 Eagles will host Ozark Christian this evening on the men’s side. The Eagles were able to take of both Central Christian and St. Gregory’s last weekend during the OKWU ... read more »

Public Hearings and a Resignation Top Council Agenda

Nov 03, 2017

The Bartlesville City Council will hear public comment on a proposed Tax Increment Finance District for a retirement community and on a zoning action for a proposed Casey's General Store Monday night. Once the hearing is closed the council plans to take action on the zoning action.  The ... read more »

Inmate Escape in McAlester

Nov 02, 2017

Inmate Joe D. Andrus was discovered missing during a Wednesday morning count at Jackie Brannon Correctional Center. Andrus is a 33-year-old Native American man, serving time for false impersonation and unauthorized use of a vehicle. Andrus was located by DOC Fugitive Apprehension & ... read more »

Nowata Takes On Oklahoma Union

Nov 02, 2017

The Nowata Ironmen wrap up their season with a rivalry game against Oklahoma Union. Nowata is still in search of its first win on the year. The Ironmen have shown signs of improvement both offensively and defensively in the second half of the season. This week Nowata will be challenged by the ... read more »

Tulsa Woman charged With DUI

Nov 02, 2017

A traffic stop near the Cherokee Casino in Ramona led to the arrest of a Tulsa woman. Rosa Lazarin stood before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday facing charges of driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license. According to affidavit, an officer notice ... read more »

Green County Christmas 2017

Nov 02, 2017

Bartlesville Radio's Green Country Christmas will begin on November 13 with daily prize drawings. The Major Drawing will be on December 21. Make sure you collect your tickets from local businesses with the green tree on the door. ... read more »

Johnstone Park Closed For Fantasy Land of Lights

Nov 02, 2017

Johnstone Park is closed to prepare for the annual Fantasyland of Lights display, sponsored by Daybreak Rotary. Fantasyland of Lights will open in the park on November 20. The hours of operation are 6-to-10 every evening through December 30. The park will re-open after the display is re ... read more »

Oklahoma To Participate In Federal Feeding Program

Nov 02, 2017

Child and adult care institutions across the state are announcing their participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program, which provides meals to thousands of Oklahomans each year. During the last program year – October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017 – more than 900,000 chil ... read more »

Governor Names Secretary of Health and Human Services

Nov 02, 2017

Governor Mary Fallin named Steven Buck, the executive director of the Office of Juvenile Affairs, to serve as secretary of health and human services on her executive Cabinet. Buck, who has spent most of his professional career working with mental health agencies and organizations, begins his ... read more »

Senators Critical of Bridenstine in NASA Hearing

Nov 02, 2017

President Donald Trump's nominee for NASA chief has been criticized for promoting political divisiveness and rejecting climate change science. He says he'll run the space agency on a consensus agenda driven by science.   Democrats weren't convinced Wednesday, with some ca ... read more »

State House Approves Gross Production Hike

Nov 02, 2017

The Oklahoma House has approved a measure to increase the gross production tax on oil and gas to 7 percent for some wells after defeating a proposal to impose the maximum 7 percent rate on all wells. The House approved the measure Wednesday on a 64-31 vote. The Republican-controlled chamber t ... read more »

Special Plate Announced

Nov 01, 2017

In an online vote, Oklahomans selected a Latta High School student’s watercolor painting of a vintage schoolhouse at sunrise as the design of a new specialty license plate to support education. Sarah Skaggs, a high school junior, based her artwork on the Jones Chapel Schoolhouse in Wint ... read more »

Governor Establishes Network for First Responders

Nov 01, 2017

Governor Mary Fallin has signed an opt-in letter with FirstNet, the First Responder Network Authority, and AT&T to strengthen public safety and increase emergency preparedness by officially making Oklahoma a part of the National Broadband Network. The FirstNet network will help Oklahoma&r ... read more »