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Bartlesville Recycling Center Temporarily Closes

Apr 05, 2021

The City of Bartlesville recycle center is temporarily closed due to a fire last week at the Tulsa Recycle and Transfer center, which is where Bartlesville’s recycling is processed. The Bartlesville recycling center at 10th & Virginia will be closed until TRT is back up and running, ... read more »

Bartlesville's Got Talent Auditions Underway

Apr 05, 2021

Got talent? Let's see it! Online auditions for the 2nd Annual Bartlesville's Got Talent Competition are now being accepted.   Shelly Davidson with Pack the Backpacks and Michael Secora with Lowe Family Young Scholars appeared on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Monday to get the word ... read more »

Multiple Injuries in Single-Vehicle Crash That Caused a Power Outage

Apr 05, 2021

Four people were injured in a single-vehicle crash Sunday that knocked out the power to parts of southern Bartlesville when the vehicle stuck a PSO power pole.   The accident happened just before 6pm Sunday on Silverlake at Dorchester Drive.   Bartlesville Police Captain ... read more »

Pawhuska Class Days Airs on KPGM 1500 AM, 99.1 FM

Apr 03, 2021

Seniors from Pawhuska High School shared memories, read senior salutes and played their favorite songs on 1500 AM, 99.1 FM KGPM on Saturday afternoon. Andrew Williams, Jozelyn Brace and Jamar Goff took to the airwaves to share stories and music on behalf of the Pawhuska Senior Class of 2021. ... read more »

Deputy Kyle Davis Laid to Rest on Friday

Apr 02, 2021

Washington County Deputy Kyle Davis was laid to rest Friday afternoon and at the memorial service at Copan High School, fellow officers, friends and family members shared memories from his life. The Copan High School Gymnasium hardly had an opening, and the school had the Toby Moreland Studen ... read more »

Pawhuska Seniors Take Part in Class Days on Saturday

Apr 02, 2021

Seniors from Pawhuska High School will be live on Sportstsalk KPGM AM 1500 FM 99.1 on Saturday afternoon sharing their favorite memories and playing their favorite music. Jamar Goff, along with Jozelyn Brace, Kellie Trammel and Andrew Williams will be in studio reminiscing with their classmat ... read more »

Information Being Sought About Thefts at Oklahoma Union

Apr 02, 2021

A series of thefts have been reported on the campus of Oklahoma Union Schools. Surveillance photos show a white Jeep SUV, an early 2000s model Grand Cherokee. The car was seen on the campus in the early morning hours of Friday, March 26. The South Coffeyville Police Department and Nowata Coun ... read more »

Bartlesville City Council to Meet Monday

Apr 02, 2021

The Bartlesville City Council could possibly approve a $151,470 incentive for a Jimmy’s Egg and Bricktown Brewery per a modification request from the developer. Bartlesville Development Authority President David Wood will present that item at Monday night’s meeting. City manager M ... read more »

Easter Event Taking Place in Pawhuska on Saturday

Apr 02, 2021

The Pawhuska First Baptist Church will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday at the City Park. Registeration will begin at 10:30 a.m. and you can pre-register at pawhuskafbc.org/egg-hunt.   The Church will have 5,000 eggs on hand and free bottled water, along with hot dogs will ... read more »

Osage County Fairgrounds Hosting Event on Saturday

Apr 02, 2021

There will be a bareback barrel race this Saturday at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska. There will be a registration fee, but equal payback is 80 percent. The barn fee for use of the Clarence Brantley Indoor Arena is five dollars.   Exhibitions begin at 10 a.m. and the race ... read more »

District Court Judge Thomas on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Apr 02, 2021

District Judge Linda Thomas was our guest on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Friday.   Our discussion revolved around the year of COVID-19 and how the court, locally, was able to pivot on a dime and make the system work despite the pandemic     Thomas said the Washingt ... read more »

Light It Up Blue Run for Autism Set for April 17

Apr 02, 2021

Light It Up Blue – Bartlesville Run for Autism for Paths to Independence will take place on Saturday, April 17th. The race will be happening in-person. This year's race will feature an open start between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. for the in-person race. The Fun Run will be in person starti ... read more »

Nutrition Grant Application to be Weighed at Commissioners Meeting

Apr 02, 2021

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds on Monday morning. The commissioners will consider signing the 2022 fiscal year grant application for the nutrition program. This grant will be in the amount of just over $500,000. There ... read more »

Wash. Co. Commissioners to Meet After Good Friday

Apr 02, 2021

The Washington County Commissioners may approve an interlocal agreement for transfer of funds with the Washington County Public Facilities Authority when they meet on Monday morning. The Commissioners may approve a purchase agreement between Cabela's, LLC, as well. The item will be presen ... read more »

Capitol Call Powered by Phillips 66 4-2-21

Apr 02, 2021

Senator Julie Daniels and Representatives Judd Strom and Wendi Stearman appeared Friday on CAPITOL CALL Powered by Phillips 66.   Governor Kevin Stitt was in our studio on Thursday touting an education bill he had signed that will have school funding more closely follow students.&nbs ... read more »