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Bartlesville EMS Member Passes Due to COVID-19

Sep 27, 2021

A long time member of Bartlesville EMS has passed due to complications associated with COVID-19. According to Bartlesville Ambulance Administrator Dan Dalton, Stan Wilson, a veteran EMT-Intermediate, passed on Monday morning after a long battle with the coronavirus. Dalton says Wilson had bee ... read more »

US-75 Opens at 2400 Road, at Least Three Injured

Sep 27, 2021

A collision between a tandem box delivery truck and a pick up caused quite the congestion along US-75 northbound at County Road 2400 on Monday. Washington County Emergency Management Director Kary Cox believes three victims were transported to the hospital to be treated for injuries. Cox says ... read more »

Osage County Treasurer Reviews 2021 Financial Statements

Sep 27, 2021

Osage County Treasurer Sally Hulse has been working on the 2021 financial statements and as she reviews things, it appears as if the county may lose around 2.5 million dollars in revenue. Hulse looks back over the last couple of years on where some of that money was lost.     ... read more »

Copan Man Charged with Sexual Battery

Sep 27, 2021

A Copan man was charged with a felony count of sexual battery in Washington County court on Monday. Stephen Nielsen appeared out of custody at the courthouse to answer to the charges. He posted a $50,000 bond that was set by a warrant. According to an affidavit, Washington County deputies wer ... read more »

Dewey Man Arrested Again

Sep 27, 2021

A Dewey man was arrested for the second time in the last two months. Christopher Curry appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Monday facing misdemeanor counts of domestic assault and battery, threatening an act of violence and obstructing an officer. Curry was on drug related charges in ... read more »

The Rock Dedicates Future Youth Development Center

Sep 27, 2021

On the Rock Ministries has consecrated the site of its future Youth Development Center in the old Crystal Creamery in downtown Bartlesville. Custodian Ken Dossett says they strung out Christmas lights in the school classrooms and gathered around an art piece by Cynthia Cato of Arkansas. He sa ... read more »

McKinney Gives COVID Update at Monday's Meeting

Sep 27, 2021

COVID-19 cases have been going down in Osage County over the last month and during Monday's weekly report, District Three Commissioner Darren McKinney continues to see that downward trend. With that, McKinney says the numbers of deaths have been going up, though.   The Board of O ... read more »

Filmmakers Thank County Leaders for Making Things Go Well

Sep 27, 2021

Movie crews have left Osage County and producers are now heading to the studio to make the upcoming film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” the best it can be. Location Manager for the movie, Mike Fantasia was at Monday’s Board of Osage County Commissioners meeting and wanted to tha ... read more »

League of Women Voters Registering Voters at BPL

Sep 27, 2021

Local League of Women Voter (LWV) volunteers will be at the Bartlesville Public Library on Monday, Sept. 27, until 6:00 p.m. LWV President Connie Lavoie says they want to help citizens get ready to vote. Lavoie says this is a quick and easy way for 18-year-olds to register to vote for the fir ... read more »

Another Internet Provider Coming to Bartlesville

Sep 27, 2021

Bartlesville residents will have another Internet provider to choose from beginning in 2022. Bluepeak has announced they will break ground on a $15 million expansion effort to bring high-speed fiber network to 15,000 homes and businesses in town. CEO of Bluepeak, Rich Fish had this to say regardi ... read more »

Vancuren Studies Forming New Sports Conference Division

Sep 27, 2021

Representative Mark Vancuren, a Republican from Owasso, has held an interim study discussing pros and cons of forming an Oklahoma-only Division II Sports Conference. The study was held before the House Higher Education and Career Tech Committee. “I wanted to explore whether forming ... read more »

Nowata Commissioners Looking for Secretary

Sep 27, 2021

The Nowata County Commissioners met for a brief meeting on Monday morning. The board approved a continuance of an agreement with the Cherokee Nation for detention services. This is the third time the agreement has been extended. The commissioners also informed the public that they will have a ... read more »

CITY MATTERS 9-27-21

Sep 27, 2021

On this week's episode of CITY MATTERS, City Manager Mike Bailey outlines the need for a city use tax explaining that it is a companion to the sales taxes as this will level the playing field for taxes to the city on items purchased online or by phone. Bailey thinks the city council will take ... read more »

Wash. Co., Cherokee Nation Agree to Detention Services

Sep 27, 2021

A supplemental operating agreement for detention services between the Cherokee Nation and Washington County has been approved. Washington County Assistant District Attorney Will Drake and Sheriff Scott Owen spoke highly of the agreement during the Washington County Commissioners meeting on Mo ... read more »

Oologah High School Homecoming Week: Monday is Hat Day

Sep 27, 2021

It's Homecoming Week at Oologah High School and Monday is Hat Day.   You can here Monday's Homecoming interviews tonight at 5:45 pm on KWON AM 1400/ FM 93.3/FM 95.1 with attendent Hadley Calico and Escort Kaden Smith.   Homecoming interviews are brought to you by ... read more »