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Osage Hills School Putting on Event for Fallen Deputy

Apr 09, 2021

Osage Hills School is putting on a "Change for Kyle" fundraiser in honor of a fallen Washington County Sheriff's Office Deputy and his commitment to protect and serve our community. The school is asking students, parents, staff and members of the community to donate their spare ... read more »

Bartlesville Recycle Center Remains Temporarily Closed

Apr 09, 2021

Bartlesville's Recycling Center remains closed at this time. Public Works Director Keith Henry said Tulsa Recycle and Transfer Center (TRT) will contact the City of Bartlesville once they're up and running. Henry said there was a little dumping of recyclables and other items early on ... read more »

Next Gen 911 to be Topic of Discussion at Osage Commissioners Meeting

Apr 09, 2021

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will have a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds in Pawhuska this coming Monday. The commissioners will consider approving and signing the GIS contract with Sam LLC for mapping cleanup to help get ready for Next Gen 911. They will also conside ... read more »

Capitol Call Powered by Phillips 66 4-9-21

Apr 09, 2021

It was a fast-paced Capitol Call program powered by Phillips 66 on Friday with State Senator Julie Daniels and Representatives Judd Strom (by phone) and Wendi Stearman. Represenative Stearman said the bill she co-authored regarding her opposition to mandatory vaccines  has moved to the S ... read more »

Light it Up Blue Set for Saturday, April 17

Apr 09, 2021

Light it Up Blue: Bartlesville's Run for Autism is set for Saturday, April 17, 2021   Apperaing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Friday, Dennis Berry with Paths to Independence proudly announced that this year's race is in-person with a virtual option for those not ready to gather ... read more »

Education Center to be Named After RSU Dr. Rice, Martin

Apr 09, 2021

Two prominent figures in the local community of Rogers State University (RSU) will have the tutoring space of the Christian Ministries Alliance (CMA) of Tulsa youth center named in their honor. The education center of the future CMA facility will be named after RSU President, Dr. Larry Rice, ... read more »

Owasso Class Days to Air on 100.1 on Saturday

Apr 09, 2021

Owasso Class Days will air on 100.1 KYFM at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. Tune in to hear students from the Owasso Senior Class of 2021 read their senior salutes, share memories and play their favorite music. Owasso Class Days will be brought to you by LPL Painting, Pizza Hut, and Patriot Chevro ... read more »

Police Arrest Man for Making Online Threat Towards BHS

Apr 08, 2021

A suspect has been arrested for making a threat on social media that was directed towards Bartlesville High School on Thursday. According to Bartlesville Public Schools' Executive Director of Technology & Communications Granger Meador, the threat was discovered and extra security was ... read more »

Vaccinations Available to Those Living Outside of Oklahoma

Apr 08, 2021

As the COVID-19 vaccine supply continues to increase across the State of Oklahoma, health officials have began allowing those living in other states to get the vaccine here in Oklahoma. As of Thursday, more than 2.1 million doses of the vaccine have been given across Oklahoma.   Stat ... read more »

Daniels Sees Passage of SB634 in House Committee

Apr 08, 2021

House Speaker Pro Tempore Terry O’Donnell, a Republican from Catoosa, won committee passage of a bill on Thursday that will provide liability insurance coverage to all full- and part-time school employees up to $1 million per occurrence. Senate Bill 634, authored by O’Donnell and ... read more »

Cherokee Nation Launches COVID Vaccine Info Videos

Apr 08, 2021

The Cherokee Nation Health Services has launched a series of videos titled "Myth vs Fact: COVID-19 Vaccine" to help address frequently asked questions and concerns surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine. In their inaugural video, Dr. James Stallcup, the Medical Director at Wilma P. Mankil ... read more »

Christensen Named Arvest Patriot Teacher of the Month

Apr 08, 2021

Carrie Christensen, a fifth grade teacher at Wilson Elementary School, has been named a Bartlesville Public School District Teacher of the Month by Arvest Bank and Patriot Auto Group. In recognition of this honor, Ms. Christensen was given a plaque and a $300 check by Stevie Williams, Arvest ... read more »

American Therapeutic Riding Center Fundraiser Canceled

Apr 08, 2021

For several years now, the American Therapeutic Riding Center has hosted a Championship Rodeo fundraiser to help bring in money for its organization. For reasons out of their control, the 2021 event has been called off. Executive Director for the Riding Center, Denise Ward says they are still acc ... read more »

Man Facing Murder Charges Released from Custody After Posting Bond

Apr 08, 2021

A man awaiting trial on a first degree murder charge has posted a $250,000 bond and has been released from custody at the Washington County Jail. Dalton Taylor is accused of shooting and killing Daniel Speck in alleyway on 8th Street in Bartlesville during a drug deal in July 2019. On March 2 ... read more »

City of Ramona Sponsoring Free Haircut for Kids

Apr 08, 2021

The City of Ramona is sponsoring a free hair cutting event on Sunday from noon to 5:00 p.m. for kids in the Caney Valley School District. The event will be held at the Ramona Senior Citizen Building in Ramona. Contact Genny Henry or Mary Butterfield via Facebook Messenger to schedule an appoi ... read more »