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Funeral to be Held Thursday for Fallen Tulsa Officer

Jul 08, 2020

Many will gather in Tulsa on Thursday afternoon for the funeral of Tulsa Police Sergeant Craig Johnson, who was shot and killed over a week ago during a traffic stop. Congressman Kevin Hern said he would be attending the funeral of Sgt. Johnson. Sgt. Craig Johnson's funeral is scheduled f ... read more »

SCOTUS: Justices Rule Swath of Oklahoma Remains Tribal Reservation

Jul 09, 2020

(AP) — The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a large chunk of eastern Oklahoma remains an American Indian reservation, a decision that state and federal officials have warned could throw Oklahoma into chaos. The court’s 5-4 decision, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, means that Okl ... read more »

Frontier Pool to Open Friday

Jul 09, 2020

Bartlesville’s Frontier Pool will open on Friday, July 10, according to a release from the City of Bartlesville. The pool was closed on June 25 after the main circulation pump impeller stopped working. City maintenance crews had difficulty locating the correct parts to repair the pump but f ... read more »

COVID Numbers Thursday 7/9

Jul 09, 2020

The State of Oklahoma is reporting 606 new COVID-19 cases according to the latest situation update from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Three new deaths are being reported statewide in Muskogee, Oklahoma and Pawnee Counties. There are 30 active cases in Washington County, an increas ... read more »

Car Parade for Charlie Martin's 100th Birthday

Jul 09, 2020

Several dozen carloads of well-wishers drove by the portico at Green Country Village Wednesday to  say “happy birthday” to a pillar of the Bartlesville community. Charlie Martin turned 100 and celebrated the occasion with his wife, Mary, by his side as a car parade passed by. ... read more »

Cuevas Indicted for Crimes Committed Locally

Jul 08, 2020

Ryan Cuevas, 32, of Moreno Valley, California, has been charged with financial institution fraud, aggravated identity theft, fraudulent use of a social security number, and possession of a stolen motor vehicle. According to court documents, Cuevas fraudulently used other people’s identi ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged with Indecent Exposure

Jul 08, 2020

A Bartlesville man picked up a charge for indecent exposure in Washington County court on Wednesday.  Rodger Clark was charged with one felony count for an incident that occurred on April 25 in the Oak Park neighborhood in Bartlesville. According to affidavit, a victim reported that he a ... read more »

Citizens Protest Burnett Case on Wednesday

Jul 08, 2020

Three citizens protested an on-going child sex abuse case in Washington County on Wednesday. Steva House – one of the protesters – said they were there to stand up for a child that was sexually abused by her mother and father. She said the District Attorney decided to drop Kendall ... read more »

Truck Flips at Highway 75 and Price Road

Jul 08, 2020

A traffic accident occurred on Highway 75 and Price Road in Bartlesville on Wednesday afternoon. Captain Kevin Ickleberry with the Bartlesville Police Department said a Ford Ranger was heading southbound on Highway 75 when a Kia heading northbound on the highway attempted to make a left turn ... read more »

Pathfinder Improvements Completed

Jul 08, 2020

Improvements to the Pathfinder Parkway, a popular trail in Bartlesville have been completed. Asphalt resurfacing took place at portions of trail along Frank Phillips Boulevard, Silver Lake Road and north of Lee Lake. Bartlesville city councilman Jim Curd was happy with how the project came along. ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman Charged with Breaking and Entering, Intoxication

Jul 08, 2020

A Bartlesville woman is facing charges of public intoxication and breaking and entering for an incident that occurred at the Rolling Hills apartments in Bartlesville on Monday night. Amanda West appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday. The district’s attorney office claime ... read more »

Cavalcade Announces Slight Changes

Jul 08, 2020

As a result of the confirmed positive case of vesicular stomatitis in horses in adjacent counties in both Oklahoma and Kansas, the Cavalcade Rodeo will not only be checking Coggins paper’s consistent with how they have in the past. Cavalcade Rodeo will also require that each horse comin ... read more »

Wann Suspect Arrested by Nowata County Sheriff's Office

Jul 08, 2020

Hank Florio, 26, of Independence, Kansas, was arrested by the Nowata County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, June 24th, after he was reported to be running around the Town of Wann with a gun. According to the NCSO, when law enforcement arrived Florio ran away from a stolen vehicle wearing ... read more »

Ground Breaks for $4M Joint-Use Facility in Nowata

Jul 08, 2020

Ground broke on a new joint-use facility in Nowata on Tuesday, July 7th that will be used by The Boys & Girls Club of Nowata and Tri County Tech. Both entities have partnered up to construct that joint-use facility in Nowata aimed at inspiring children and adults to achieve their full pot ... read more »

COVID-19 Numbers for Wednesday 7/8

Jul 08, 2020

There were another 673 cases of COVID-19 reported in Oklahoma in Wednesday's Situation Update from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. There were also 533 recoveries reported. There were three-more virus related death in the state listed, in Kay, Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties – a ... read more »