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OKM Music Hopes to Expand Music to Local Youth

Jan 09, 2019

Every summer OKM Music brings a performance to the Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville in an effort to bring a love of music to local children. Last summer OKM Music had the Sons of Serendip perform at the Boys and Girls Club and several children asked the musicians about their craft and shared a ... read more »

RSU Announces Donation Goal for Scholarship Breakfast

Jan 09, 2019

A Conoco Phillips Scholarship recipient through Rogers State University’s Bartlesville Scholarship Breakfast a few years ago receives a promotion at Armstrong Bank in Bartlesville. Jessi Hawkins received the scholarship while working as a teller at Armstrong Bank and now works as the Assist ... read more »

City of Bartlesville Offering Christmas Tree Dropoff

Jan 09, 2019

The City of Bartlesville is offering free Christmas tree mulching again this season at the upper level parking lot of Sooner Park, located near Madison Blvd and Tuxedo Blvd. Undecorated trees may be dropped off at the designated area just east of Madison Blvd. through Jan. 20. Mulch will be g ... read more »

DEDA Shares Mission, Vision Statements in Meeting

Jan 09, 2019

The Dewey Economic Development Authority moves closer to developing a mission statement and vision statement for the group. City Manager Kevin Trease says the mission and vision statements presented Tuesday evening seem right for what the DEDA wants to do as a group. That lead the DEDA to not exp ... read more »

Marketing Flyer Discussion Turns into Facebook Page Launch

Jan 09, 2019

Marketing flyer design concepts by Barking Dog Design Group based in Dewey were discussed in the Dewey Economic Development Authority meeting Tuesday evening. Cindy with Barking Dog Design in the meeting told the authority that mentioning demographics and services offered in Dewey should matter m ... read more »

Judges to Take Oath of Office

Jan 09, 2019

More than twenty judges from Oklahoma's First Judicial District will take the oath of office Monday morning.  Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice John Reif will administer the oath.  The ceremony is set for the 3rd-floor courtroom at the Wasington County Courthouse.   The Wa ... read more »

Pom Squad Wins Comptitoin

Jan 09, 2019

The Bartlesville Varsity Pom Squad placed 2nd with its hip-hop routine last weekend in Oklahoma City at the OSDTDA competition in the 6A division. The JV squad took 3rd in the Pom and Jazz division.  The Middle School squad placed 2nd in the Pom division.   Junior, Gloria Castil ... read more »

Congressman Hern Comments on President's Address

Jan 08, 2019

First District Congressman, Kevin Hern released a statement following the president’s address to the nation Tuesday night.  Hern says the situation at our Southern border grows worse every day. Hern goes on to says let’s be clear – we are in this situation because Chuck Sch ... read more »

Congressman Mullin Stands With the President

Jan 08, 2019

Second-District Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin says he stands with the president on the need for border security.  The congressman released a statement after President Donald Trump’s Address to the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security Crisis on our Southern Border: ... read more »

Pawhuska City Council Cruises Through Agenda

Jan 08, 2019

The Pawhuska City Council met for a regular scheduled meeting Monday evening at City Hall and things were pretty uneventful. Ward Two Representative Steve Holcombe questioned City Manager Larry Eulert to make sure the city budget was in order. Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce Director Joni Na ... read more »

Recycling Survey to be Made Available Online

Jan 08, 2019

  The City of Bartlesville wants to gauge the collective interest Bartlesville citizens have when it comes to recycling. Mayor Dale Copeland says cost is one thing but the concept of recycling is much greater than the cost. Mayor Copeland would go on to explain that there are many di ... read more »

Copan Business Owner, Council Member Fights Cancer

Jan 08, 2019

A Copan City Council woman and beauty shop owner has been diagnosed with stage three colon cancer. Copan Beauty Shop Owner Kay Holmes was diagnosed with stage three colon cancer on Nov. 29, 2018 which required partial removal of her colon. Since the surgery, the cancer has spread to her liver. ... read more »

OKM Music is Narrowing Down Survey Results

Jan 08, 2019

Two distinct preferences have come out of the “Putting the U in OKM Music” survey. OKM Music opened the survey to the public on Dec. 1st and the public had until Dec. 15th to decide which artist out of five listed artists would perform in the Annual OKM Music Festival in June. Pro ... read more »

Adams Golf Course Getting a Facelift

Jan 08, 2019

The City Council voted at its regular scheduled meeting to enter into a contract with United LLC of Tulsa to replace the sand and sub-drains in all of their green side bunkers at the Adams Golf Course. The bunkers will be reshaped, new sub-drains will be installed and a bunker liner will be added ... read more »

Contracts for Tower Center at Unity Square Get Approved

Jan 08, 2019

Voters in the 2018 General Obligation Bond Fund Election approved the $1.7 million downtown community green space project and contracts have been approved to move ahead with the project. At Monday’s City Council meeting in Bartlesville, the city council agreed to approve a contract with ... read more »