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Early Voting Begins August 18

Aug 11, 2022

Early voting for Washington County begins Thursday, August 18 for the runoff primary election on August 23. Early voting is open to all voters and you do not need to provide an excuse to vote early. According to Yvonne House, Secretary of the Washington County Election Board, "This is a ... read more »

Conference Center Update

Aug 11, 2022

According to an article in CITY BEAT, results of the Feasibility Study on turning the former First Christian Church into a community conference center will be presented to the City Council on September 6 during its regular meeting. The original study was to guage the need for a conference cen ... read more »

Mosquito Program Specifics

Aug 11, 2022

Recently, questions have arisen about the mosquito program and what is used to spray for them. In the most recetnt CITY BEAT, the questions were addressed. The city stated it uses a derivative of the chrysanthemum flower known as PERMETHRIN. Certified technicians are required to mix and apply ... read more »

BAHM Receives Grant

Aug 11, 2022

The Martha Jane Phillips Starr Field of Interest Fund has announced they are giving a grant to the Bartlesville Area History Museum in the amount of $27,984. The museum says they will use the grant to purchase archival supplies and pay the salaries of two museum clerks who wlll be devoted to digi ... read more »

BAHM Highlights Suffragists at Lunch Lecture

Aug 11, 2022

The Bartlesville Area History Museum will wrap up its summer lecture series on August 18 with a Lunch & Learn presentation from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at the museum, located at the City Hall Building on 301 South Johnstone Avenue in downtown Bartlesville. The topic of the luncheon is "1 ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Pleads Guilty to Stalking and Threatening Congressman Kevin Hern

Aug 11, 2022

  An Oklahoma man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to stalking and threatening a U.S. Representative from his state.   Keith Eisenberger, 39, of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, pleaded guilty to cyberstalking and threatening to kidnap and assault Rep. Kevin Hern, R-Okla., and threatening ... read more »

Cherokee Nation to Support Outreach Programs

Aug 10, 2022

Earlier this week the Cherokee Nation announced it will be providing $1.6 million in community impact grants to help benefit several affiliated non-profit organizations. Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Chief Bryan Warner made the announcement through the nation’s ... read more »

Bartlesville High School to Offer Osage Language Course This Fall

Aug 10, 2022

  This fall, Bartlesville High School will be offering a new Osage Language course to its students where they will be taught a foundation in the Osage orthography, grammar, vocabulary, and culture. Speaking and listening comprehension, as well as reading and writing skills, are the main ... read more »

School Starts in Dewey on Thursday

Aug 10, 2022

  The first day of classes for Dewey Public Schools is Thursday. Superintendent Vince Vincent tells Bartlesville Radio they are fully prepared to welcome the students back to school.   Vincent also said the COVID protocols will a bit more relaxed this year than in the last c ... read more »

School Starts Thursday for Bartlesville Public Schools

Aug 10, 2022

  It will be a day of excitement for students and parents alike for the first day of classes for Bartlesville Public Schools.   Bartlesville Public Schools Superintendent Chuck McCauley tells Bartlesville Radio that the teachers and staff are ready for great new school year ... read more »

Bartlesville Art Association's 70th Annual Art Show & Sale

Aug 10, 2022

  The Bartlesville Art Association's  70th Annual Art Show & Sale is August 26 – September 23, 2022 at the Bartlesville Community Center Lyon Gallery.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, board members Amy Jenkins and Janet Odden invited artists and art lo ... read more »

Bartlesville City Fire and Police Departments Seeking Qualified Applicants

Aug 10, 2022

  City of Bartlesville police and fire officials are actively recruiting applicants for open positions — with one firefighter position and six police officer positions to fill in the immediate future, leadership for both departments said this week.   Bartlesville Fire ... read more »

Montana US Representative Matthew Rosendale Visits OK

Aug 09, 2022

Montana's At-Large Congressman Matthew Rosendale stopped by Oklahoma on his way back to Washington DC to meet with local Republican candidates running for Congress in the November election. He has chosen to endorse Josh Breechen for Congressional District 2. While in town, he visited Bart ... read more »

American Red Cross Issues Safety Tips for Students

Aug 09, 2022

The American Red Cross is concerned about keeping students physically safe as they return to school so they have issued some safety rules for parents to discuss with their children. According to the American Red Cross, there is an overwhelming number of injuries related to students who walk w ... read more »

August is Child Support Month

Aug 09, 2022

August is Child Support Month and the Osage Nation Child Support Office is reminding tribal members that they can help with collecting child support payments. According to their FACEBOOK page, the office works in collaboration with federal, state and tribal agencies to provide periodic financ ... read more »