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Bartlesville Man Arrested for Alleged Domestic Abuse

Nov 06, 2019

A Bartlesville man appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday for an alleged domestic abuse incident that occurred in mid-October. According to an affidavit, Wayne Allen Sutterfield is said to have had blood and what appeared to be scratch marks on his face when officers made c ... read more »

College Remediation, Dropout Report Given

Nov 06, 2019

A dropout and college remediation report was presented by Dewey High School Principal Brent Dugger this week. The data presented was based on the Class of 2017. Principal Dugger said math remediation scores were good, but English numbers were alarming and their ACT scores reflected that year. ... read more »

Shoplifting Leads to Arrest of a Bartlesville Woman

Nov 06, 2019

A Walmart shoplifting incident recently led to the arrest of a Bartlesville woman. Blaire Ford appeared at the Washington County Courthouse this week facing larceny, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and paraphernalia charges. According to an affidavit, Walmart employ ... read more »

Sheriff’s Office Sets Up Donation Box at Food Pyramid

Nov 06, 2019

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has a box set up at Food Pyramid where anyone who wishes to can drop off canned goods. These items will be used for the annual WCSO Thanksgiving program, where families in need are provided a complete Thanksgiving meal. The Food Pyramid in Bartlesv ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Warn of Nationwide Scam

Nov 06, 2019

The Bartlesville Police Department ask you to not believe in a scam that is going around the nation. If you get a call or several calls that you have won money from Publishers Clearing House or any other organization telling you you have won money and need to pay the taxes on the winnings bef ... read more »

Bartlesville United Way Reaches 80-Percent of 2019 Goal

Nov 06, 2019

Bartlesville Regional United Way announced at the end of August that they are looking to raise $2.3-million in their 2019 campaign. President and CEO Lisa Cary said they were able to reach this goal last year. She said they are well on their way to reaching their goal this year so that they m ... read more »

Pawhuska Christmas Parade Taking Place December 7th

Nov 06, 2019

The 2019 Christmas Parade of Lights will take place in Pawhuska on Saturday, December 7th at 5:30 in the evening. This year’s theme is, “The Old Fashioned Cowboy Christmas.” Parade Marshals are Charla Hartness-Allen and Lynn Star McGuire-Holloway. The two are rodeo world cha ... read more »

Panel to Address Reaching Goals for Education

Nov 06, 2019

Five school superintendents will tackle Governor Kevin Stitt’s challenge to make Oklahoma “Top 10” in education at a local, public forum. The panel, sponsored by the Public Education Advocates for Kids, will see Superintendents Chuck McCauley of Bartlesville, Rick Peters of ... read more »

Daniels Announces Senate Re-Election Bid,Vows to Keep Putting Taxpayers First

Nov 06, 2019

With Governor Kevin Stitt by her side, Senator Julie Daniels announced yesterday that she will run for a second term representing District 29. “It’s such an honor to work on your behalf to deliver on my promise to make your state government more effective, efficient and economical ... read more »

Bartlesville Veteran's Day Parade 2019

Nov 06, 2019

It's an event to honoring all who served. Join us for the Bartlesville Veteran's Day Parade 2019 in downtown Bartlesville presented by the Green Country Republican Women’s Club.  The parade steps off Saturday at 11am and starts in the Phillips parking lot. The rou ... read more »