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Roles Promotes Three More Bartlesville Police Officers

Nov 13, 2018

Bartlesville Police Chief Tracy Roles promotes three members of the Bartlesville Police Department. Lietenant Kevin Ickleberry was promoted to the rank of captain, Sergeant Glen McClinock was promoted to the rank of lieutenant, and Detective Jim Warring was promoted to the rank of sergeant. ... read more »

Sheriff Applications Coming to Commissioners Soon

Nov 13, 2018

In their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Washington County Commissioners Mike Dunlap and Mike Bouvier carried the meeting without District 1 Commissioner Mitch Antle. Antle is currently at a retreat discussing Oklahoma’s Tax Code in Tulsa. In the commissioner’s report, Mik ... read more »

Dewey Economic Development Authority to Meet Tuesday

Nov 13, 2018

Last month, the Dewey Economic Development Authority met to discuss possible businesses that could come to the City of Dewey. The possible businesses coming to Dewey include a fast food restaurant, a hotel or some other business if not a combination of the three. In the Dewey Economic Develop ... read more »

Nowata County Sheriff Speaks to Commissioners

Nov 13, 2018

Newly-elected sheriff Terry Barnett spoke at Tuesday morning’s meeting of the Nowata County Commissioners. Barnett informed the board that she has hired James Winn to serve as the undersheriff. Winn will also serve as the receiving agent for the sheriff’s office. Barnett also info ... read more »

Pawhuska Students to have more Online Options

Nov 12, 2018

The Pawhuska School Board met Monday evening for a regular scheduled meeting. Superintendent David Cash gave a report in regards to how the students are enjoying school. Preston Birk of Sanders, Bledsoe and Hewitt took a look at last years financial audit for Pawhuska Public Schools. High ... read more »

Paths to Independence to Benefit from Upcoming Dance

Nov 12, 2018

Local and professional dancers will perform in Dancing with Bartlesville Stars in Bartlesville soon. Jean Jensen with the Paths to Independence says the dollars you spend on a ticket will go toward the couple dancers of your choice. The funds will also go towards the kids enrolled at Paths to ... read more »

Winter Weather Causes Power Outages

Nov 12, 2018

The winter weather event has caused some power outages.  As of just before 2 o'clock, Public Service Company of Oklahoma shows 20 customers in the Chelsea area are without power and 6 customers in the Nowata area are without power.  Because the water on the lines will freeze as temp ... read more »

Monument Added Honoring Veterans

Nov 12, 2018

On Sunday afternoon, the Osage Veterans Memorial Commission unveiled a memorial honoring Veterans past and present. With more than 200 people in attendance, various speakers spoke on how important the Osage Nation has played in our military heritage.  The monument had been in the works f ... read more »

Reviewing Approved Six Month Road Bids in Washington County

Nov 12, 2018

Six-month road bids have been accepted by the Washington County Commissioners in recent weeks. The commissioners aimed at finding the lowest bids in 15-pages worth of bids for several different road materials.  Washington County District 1 Commissioner Mitch Antle says they also want to ... read more »

County Commissioners to Revisit Important Items

Nov 12, 2018

In observance of Veterans Day on Monday, the Osage County Commissioners moved its regular scheduled board meeting back to Tuesday morning at the Osage County Courthouse. There were many items that got tabled last week and the County Commissioners will begin talking about them once again this ... read more »

Washington County Commissioners Will Meet Tomorrow

Nov 12, 2018

The Washington County Commissioners acknowledge Veterans Day Monday, Nov. 12. They will hold their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13. On the agenda for Tuesday’s commissioners meeting is a Fourth Quarter Emergency Management Performance Grant report that will be presented ... read more »

Snow, Sleet Likely Throughout the Day

Nov 12, 2018

Winter weather has struck our listening area overnight. Two inches of snow and sleet are expected to accumulate in the area from now until 6 this evening according to the National Weather Service. Bartlesville’s Public Works Director Keith Henry says crews are out and prepared to handle the ... read more »

Skiatook Chamber to Host "Thanks 4 Giving" Meal

Nov 12, 2018

The Skiatook Chamber of Commerce will have its “Thanks 4 Giving” meal on Wednesday from noon to one. The lunch will take place at 940 W. Oak Street, inside the First Baptist Church of Skiatook. Cost is $7 per person. Join the Chamber of Commerce and guest speakers in learning how ... read more »

Snow is falling

Nov 12, 2018

KWON 1400, KRIG 104.9, KYFM 100.1, KPGM 1500 Published by Charlie Taraboletti · 8 mins ·  Snow is falling this morning. The forecast as of 7 th ... read more »

Bartlesville to Offer Online Crime Reporting

Nov 10, 2018

\r\n Beginning next week, you will have the option of reporting some crimes online using the City of Bartlesville website, www.cityofbartlesville.com.  Bartlesville Police Chief Tracy Roles says his department can now offer an online crime reporting option that will give you a more conv ... read more »