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Ascension St. John Jane Phillips Talks Testing, More

Apr 01, 2020

While the number of hospitalizations caused by COVID-19 at Ascension St. John Jane Phillips in Bartlesville are unknown, President and Chief Operating Officer Mike Moore said they have had to treat patient who have had the virus. Those who are in the hospital have underlying sicknesses that a ... read more »

Adams Golf Course Clubhouse Closes on Wednesday

Apr 01, 2020

Golf Pro Jerry Benedict announced on Wednesday that the clubhouse at Adams Golf Course is now closed. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, no one is allowed on the premises unless playing golf or practicing. The golf course, located at 5801 Tuxedo Blvd., has adopted several measures in recen ... read more »

Mike May Passes Away

Apr 01, 2020

The Bartlesville community is saddened to hear of the passing of Mike May, a local businessman whose family's clothing store began in Oklahoma near the time of statehood.    Of five May Brothers department stores, the Bartlesville outlet, managed by Michael May, remained ope ... read more »

Burglary, Mental Health Calls on the Rise in the County

Apr 01, 2020

Since COVID-19 closed most of the world, Washington County Sheriff Scott Owen said they are seeing more calls related to property crimes, mental health and domestic abuse. With more people being cooped up at home, Sheriff Owen said people may get on other people's nerves. As a result, the ... read more »

Oklahoma Governor Gives Coronavirus Update

Apr 01, 2020

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt held a press conference Wednesday afternoon and issued a “Safer at home” executive order for the entire state through April 30th. The Safer at Home order had previously only applied to the counties that had been affected by positive coronavirus tests. ... read more »

Nowata Schools Continues Free Meal Service

Apr 01, 2020

Like several other area schools Nowata is offering free meal services for students while the school is shut down. It was declared last month by the Oklahoma State Board of Education that all schools will close for the remainder of the year. Any kid age 1-18 can receive free breakfast and lunch fr ... read more »

Commissioners Look to Keep County Employees Safe

Apr 01, 2020

The Board of Osage County Commissioners are doing all they can to keep their employees safe during this time of uncertainty. In order to do that, they are trying to figure out a way to keep county offices open, but have the fewest number of employees there.   This is why the commissi ... read more »

Five People Arrested in Johnstone Park Robbery

Apr 01, 2020

Five Bartlesville residents were arrested for allegedly robbing and kidnapping a male victim at Johnstone Park on Tuesday night. Bryan Alexander, Dylan Alexander, Shayla Bell, Brittaney Berna and Justen Roach were all charged with a count of robbery by two or more persons and kidnapping for the i ... read more »

Airplanes Grounded at Tulsa International Airport

Apr 01, 2020

The Tulsa International Airport is having to park many of its airplanes on the runways because of a decrease in demand from consumers and increased travel restrictions being imposed by the government. All of this is because of ongoing concerns related to the coronavirus. Director of Airport Devel ... read more »

COVID19 Closures, Postponements, Links

Mar 21, 2020

Bartlesville Radio is putting together information on area events affected by COVID-19 Coronavirus.  FOR CLOSINGS AND CANCELLATIONS CLICK HERE... During these diffiuclt times, many around the Sooner State, in the United States, and the around the world are looking to our leaders for ... read more »

Green Country Village: Meeting the COVID-19 Challenge

Apr 01, 2020

Many businesses are facing challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, but Green Country Village Senior Living Center is meeting head on.    Casey Williams explains with Green Country Village says they are following all the the federal guidelines to ensure the health and safety of th ... read more »

Spirit Church to Add Unique Spin to Easter Egg Hunting

Apr 01, 2020

Normally Spirit Church in Bartlesville drops Easter eggs from a helicopter in April to give local kiddos something to smile about and enjoy, but those plans have changed due to COVID-19. The “EasterVille” event was scheduled to take place at Spirit Church. Instead, the local churc ... read more »

Osage County Man Dies from COVID-19; State Cases Spike

Apr 01, 2020

One Osage County man has died due to COVID-19 according to the latest update from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. It is reportedly a male that was older than 65 years old. Osage County Emergency Manager Jerry Roberts says it important to follow the guidelines during this time of uncertai ... read more »

Formal Launch of Census Takes Place Wednesday

Apr 01, 2020

The formal launch of the decennial head count by the United States Census Bureau officially launched on Wednesday, even though some operational deadlines have been delayed or extended due to COVID-19 concerns. In-person follow-ups to non-responsive households will begin on Thursday, May 7th, ... read more »

Bridge Deck Poured for Bevan Creek Bridge Project

Apr 01, 2020

The Bevan Creek bridge replacement project on North 4000 Road has been moving along smoothly in Washington County as crews continue their work just south of Ramona. District Three Commissioner Mike Dunlap said B L Tower Construction has poured the concrete for the deck of the new bridge. He s ... read more »