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Elder Care Still Offering Some Services to Patients

Mar 31, 2020

Due to ongoing concerns related to the Coronavirus, Elder Care in Bartlesville will remain closed to the public until further notice. There is no need to worry though, because Elder Care says they are still dedicated to serving you. Their Brighter Living Caregivers are still serving clients a ... read more »

Recognize a Hometown Hero in NE Oklahoma, SE Kansas

Mar 30, 2020

Hometown Heroes, these are the people we rely on to make a difference in the fight to combat COVID-19 locally. Truity Credit Union and Bartlesville Radio want to recognize doctors, nurses, medical workers, EMT’s, police, firefighter, essential retail and food service workers, caregivers ... read more »

Osage County DA Informs the Public About Coronavirus

Mar 30, 2020

Osage County District Attorney Mike Fisher was at Monday's Board of Osage County Commissioners meeting sharing valuable information that he learned from the Regional Director for the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Fisher started by saying he learned many people have two common misconcep ... read more »

COVID-19 Advisory Board Virtual Meeting Set for Tuesday

Mar 30, 2020

The City of Bartlesville will hold a virtual meeting for the COVID-19 Emergency Advisory Board on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. The meeting will start with the introduction of the board with an explanation of its purposes and goals. City and state ordinances will also be covered. Concerns, n ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman Allegedly Shoots at Pregnant Woman

Mar 30, 2020

A Bartlesville woman was arrested on Sunday night for allegedly firing shots at a man and a pregnant woman. Kahlyah White appeared in Washington County Court on Monday where she was charged with felony counts of shooting with intent to kill and threatening to kill. According to an affidavit, ... read more »

Community Spread Investigation Possible for Nowata Love's Store

Mar 30, 2020

KRIG news previously informed you that a Nowata Love’s store employee tested positive for COVID-19 last Wednesday. The company announced through a press release that the store is closed and being sanitized. Nowata County Emergency Manager Laurie Summers said that the employee lives out ... read more »

Bighill Furniture Store One Step Closer to being Demolished

Mar 30, 2020

After nearly a year of discussion on what should be done with the Bighill Furniture Store in Fairfax, it appears as though the building is finally going to be demolished, as soon as the Board of Osage County Commissioners take the project out to bid for a second time. District Three Commissioner ... read more »

Community COVID-19 Prayer Time to Air on KWON

Mar 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact all over the world and it has shaken our country, and our communities, to the core. Last Tuesday, Pastor Rod MacIlvaine at Grace Community Church conducted a prayer time live on KWON AM 1400 and FM 93.3. Pastor MacIlvaine said he will ... read more »

Two ASAP Stores to Become Unmanned Fuel Sites Friday

Mar 30, 2020

Two ASAP General Stores in Bartlesville will become unmanned fuel sites effective on Friday, April 3rd at 6:00 p.m. The ASAP on Madison and the ASAP south of the hospital on Frank Phillips Boulevard will become the unmanned fuel sites. No employees will lose their jobs because of this move. E ... read more »

Gov. Stitt Issues Executive Order to Lower Spread of COVID-19

Mar 30, 2020

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt issued an executive order on Monday letting Oklahomans know he is doing what he can to stop the spread of the coronavirus here in the state.   Stitt also said that he is doing what he can to help prevent the states most vulnerable population from getting ... read more »

Arvest Bank Provides One Million Meals

Mar 30, 2020

Arvest Bank was scheduled to launch its annual two-month Million Meals initiative to fight hunger in the four-state region the bank serves on Monday. Instead, Whitney Watson, the Sales Manager for Arvest in Bartlesville, said the bank announced that it will proactively provide one million mea ... read more »

Commissioners Meet at the Fairgrounds in Pawhuska Monday

Mar 30, 2020

The Board of Osage County Commissioners met for a regularly scheduled meeting at the Fairgrounds in Pawhuska on Monday and decided it would be best to keep the courthouse, along with all other county-owned buildings, closed until further notice. All public events set to take place on these facili ... read more »

Cherokee Nation Donates $8,000 to Sheriff's Office

Mar 30, 2020

A resolution to accept a donation of $8,000 from the Cherokee Nation to the Washington County Sheriff's Department for the Operational Supply Fund was approved by the County Commissioners on Monday. Sheriff Scott Owen said the WCSO normally gets a financial donation once year from the Che ... read more »

Election Emergency Impacts April 7 Elections in County

Mar 30, 2020

An election emergency declaration issued by the State Election Board Secretary on Wednesday, March 18th will impact elections scheduled for Tuesday, April 7th in Washington County. The County Election Board Secretary confirmed that the election emergency allowed all entities, including those ... read more »

No Clear Enforcement of State Orders in Nowata County

Mar 30, 2020

Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt’s executive order pertaining to the coronavirus was a topic of discussion at Monday morning’s Nowata County Commissioners meeting. Enforcement of these orders has brought forward a lot of questions from the community. Nowata County Emergency manager Lauri ... read more »