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Sen. Daniels Commends City of Bartlesville for Practicality

Nov 08, 2018

A series of hearings have been held at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City regarding medical marijuana. Bartlesville’s Senator Julie Daniels has been attending those Legislative Working Groups on Medical Marijuana for the last several months. Daniels says the next draft bill should be co ... read more »

Demolition of Building Highly Considered in Bartlesville

Nov 08, 2018

The building between the Administration and Judicial buildings in Bartlesville will be torn down in the months to come. The property is owned by the Washington County Building Commission. According to Washington County District 3 Commissioner Mike Dunlap, the Washington County Board of Commis ... read more »

Pawhuska to Host Craft Fair

Nov 08, 2018

The Junk’n with 2 Hip Chicks roadshow out of Tulsa is coming to the Pawhuska Fairgrounds for the first time ever this weekend.  They will be bringing all of your shopping needs under one roof. There will be anything from botiques, repurposed furniture, home décor, jewelry, m ... read more »

Barnsdall Chamber to meet Tuesday

Nov 08, 2018

The Barnsdall Chamber of Commerce will hold a regular scheduled meeting this Tuesday at the Community Center. There isn’t much on the agenda, but there will be an update on the school bond construction as well as discussion on possibly closing a street for Big Heart Day. Upcoming ev ... read more »

Free Leaf Collection to Start Monday

Nov 08, 2018

The next free leaf collection for the City of Bartlesville will be held next week. Starting Monday, Nov. 12 and ending Friday, Nov. 16, residents may place their leaves curbside in bags on their normal trash collection day and they will be collected by Solid Waste crews. City Manager Mike Bai ... read more »

Veterans Day Memorial to be Unveiled in Pawhuska

Nov 08, 2018

The Osage Veterans Memorial Commission will help the Osage Nations Museum in Pawhuska unveil a new memorial honoring veterans this Sunday. Maria DeRoin, the Osage Veterans Memorial Consultant and Central Communications Coordinator, says it has been fun watching the project come along. DeRoin ... read more »

Nowata City Hall to Hold Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Nov 08, 2018

There will be a Prescription Drug Take Back Day at Nowata City Hall Thursday, November 15th, from 9 to noon. The Nowata Chamber of Commerce encourages you to clean out the medicine cabinets and safely dispose of unwanted, unused or expired medications. Used and unused needles, syringes and la ... read more »

Voters Decide State Questions Tuesday

Nov 07, 2018

Four state questions failed to pass Tuesday evening, but Oklahomans approved State Question 794, otherwise known as “Marsy’s Law, which expands the rights of crime victims. Marsy’s Law passed with overwhelming support, as 78 percent of Oklahoma voters supported the bill. Sta ... read more »

Joe Exotic Facing New Charges

Nov 07, 2018

Animal Park Operator and former Gubernatorial candidate Joseph “Joe Exotic” Maldonado-Passage is now facing 21 charges, including shooting and killing animals at his park, according to the News on 6. According to court documents, Maldonado-Passage is being indicted on several viol ... read more »

Dewey Woman Identified in Fire Homicide Investigation

Nov 07, 2018

One woman dies in a structure fire early Tuesday morning in Dewey. According to reports, firefighters responded to the fire near 5th and North Cherokee Avenue around 1:30 and 4 o’clock in the morning. When the fire was contained, Dewey fire fighters say they found a woman’s body in th ... read more »

Bartlesville Convention Bureau Discusses Tourism

Nov 07, 2018

The Bartlesville Convention and Visitors Bureau met for a special meeting Wednesday afternoon and discussed the importance of tourism here in Bartlesville. Board member Maria Swindell Gus says she isn’t seeing as much traffic on the website and on Facebook, but she doesn’t think it&rs ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Closer to Identifying Human Remains

Nov 07, 2018

Bartlesville police continue to investigate the human remains found near the Parkfinder Parkway last month. According to Public Information Officer for the department, Captain Jay Hastings, police were contacted by a man checking an oil lease between Frank Phillips and Adams when he found hum ... read more »

Wednesday District Court Roundup

Nov 07, 2018

A few Washington County residents appeared for arraignments at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday. 25-year-old Jamal Jones of Bartlesville appeared on charges of driving with a suspended license and possession of marijuana. According to court documents, officers found marijuana on ... read more »

Bartlesville Kiwanis Club Christmas Parade Acts as Fundraiser

Nov 07, 2018

Bartlesville’s Kiwanis Club chairs and organizes the Bartlesville Christmas Parade which will have a new start time this year. The Bartlesville Kiwanis Club has organized and chaired the event since 2010. Kiwanis Club member Pat Gamble says the parade is really aimed at recognizing some ... read more »

Veterans Day Parade Hits Bartlesville Streets on Saturday

Nov 07, 2018

The Bartlesville Veteran’s Day parade will start downtown this Saturday, Nov. 10. Post-Commander for the American Legion Post 105 John Harbison says everyone is in 100th anniversary celebration mode as they will celebrate 100 years since the end of World War I. Harbison says the 100th anniv ... read more »