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Bartlesville Police Search for Angelo's Tavern Fight Suspect

Dec 24, 2018

The Bartlesville Police Department is looking for anyone who may have information on a fight or disturbance that occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, Dec. 22. The incident occurred around closing time at Angelo’s Tavern. The incident occurred outside in the parking lot accor ... read more »

Oklahoma's Marijuana Rollout is Comparitively Quick

Dec 23, 2018

The rollout of statewide medical and recreational marijuana programs typically is a grindingly slow process that can take years. Not so in Oklahoma, which moved with lightning speed once voters approved medical cannabis in June.   The ballot question received 57 percent support and e ... read more »

Local Man Accused of Trade Secret Theft

Dec 22, 2018

A Chinese national employed by an Oklahoma petroleum company has been charged with stealing trade secrets.   Federal prosecutors in Tulsa said Friday that 35-year-old Hongjin Tan is accused of stealing trade secrets from his unnamed U.S.-based employer that operates a research facili ... read more »

Adopting a Pet: Some Christmas Gifts Require Patience

Dec 21, 2018

We may scramble to find last minute gift items as the holiday season draws closer, but there are some gift items that require more thought. Take pet adoption as an example. Vice President Sheila Taylor with the Animal Rescue Foundation in Bartlesville says pet adoption spikes during the holid ... read more »

Patriot Auto Group Hands Out Bikes for Christmas

Dec 21, 2018

Friday marked the second year in a row that the Patriot Auto Group has helped kids in need by giving out bicycles just in time for the holidays. Dealer Tatton Manning said last year was great, but this year has been an even bigger success. Sharon Reese, Executive Director of the Westside Comm ... read more »

Construction to Affect Holiday Travel

Dec 21, 2018

As traffic picks up over the Holiday weekend, you should be advised that it would be best to avoid certain area roads due to road work and ongoing projects. In Washington County just north of Ramona, you can expect various lane closures on north and southbound lanes near US 75 for an intersec ... read more »

Ray of Hope Offers Resources in Light of Recent Closure

Dec 21, 2018

Family Crisis and Counseling Center in Bartlesville closed its doors Thursday afternoon. That includes the closure of their shelter for women and children that face domestic violence. Ray of Hope Executive Director Rhonda Hudson shares her thoughts on the Family Crisis and Counseling Center&rsquo ... read more »

Voter Registration Deadline Approaching

Dec 21, 2018

Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 will be your last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the Feb. 12, 2019 primary election for Osage County. You may apply at the Osage County Election Board located at 630 Kihekah Ave. in Pawhuska. There are also application forms availa ... read more »

United Way Optimistic About Changing Demographic

Dec 21, 2018

Bartlesville Regional United Way President and CEO Lisa Cary says United Way is hoping to get last minute donations. As they near the end of their 2018 United We Fight United We Win campaign, Cary says they are still 11-percent short of their $2.3 million goal. She says a younger demographic has ... read more »

Christmas Caroling to Take Place in Pawhuska

Dec 21, 2018

If you feel like getting others in the Christmas spirit or want to get yourself in the spirit, then take part in the 24th annual Christmas Caroling celebration at 6:30 this evening in downtown Pawhuska. Carolers will be leaving Grill 125 at 6:30 and return at 7:30 for refreshments and funny c ... read more »

Special Antlerless Deer Season Opens Friday

Dec 21, 2018

The 2018 holiday antlerless deer gun season opened in specific zones on Friday. The season will run for 10 days through Dec. 30. This season allows a hunter to harvest a bonus antlerless deer, even if the hunter has harvested the maximum aggregate limit of six deer for all other current deer seas ... read more »