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OKM’s Annual Christkindl Market Re-Imagined for 2020

Nov 18, 2020

Bring in the holidays with a virtual Bavarian Christmas Market online on Saturday, Dec. 12. Presented by OKM Music, enjoy online shopping, music, food, sweets, treats and more – all from the comfort of being home. “We are so excited to bring back the magic of a European Christmas ... read more »

Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation Kicks Off its Annual Campaign

Nov 18, 2020

The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) just completed its two fall grant cycles, awarding 9 grants to teachers, totaling $23,194.     This year’s fall grant cycles consisted of Classroom Grants, NOKACS Science Grants, a Professional Growth Grant, and an Exp ... read more »

OHP to Implement New Accountability System

Nov 18, 2020

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is currently in the trial phase of a new accountability program, set to go into effect January 1, 2021. The program utilizes a point system to keep track of the daily duties of troopers and emphasizes the main goals of OHP; public safety and traffic safety. In a st ... read more »

Wednesday COVID-19 Report: Washington County Man Reported Dead Due to COVID-19

Nov 18, 2020

A Washington County man is being reported dead due to COVID-19 according to the latest situation update from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. This is the 44th death being reported in Washington County since March. Washington County is listing 199 active cases. Osage County is reporti ... read more »

Elevators to be Modernized at Former Siemens Facility

Nov 18, 2020

The Bartlesville Development Authority approved a proposal from Quest Elevator, Inc. on Wednesday morning to modernize the elevators in the former Siemens office tower. BDA Vice President Jared Patton said it could take five to eight weeks to bring the two elevators to current code compliance ... read more »

BPS Supt. Chuck McCauley on COVID-19 Outlook

Nov 18, 2020

Bartlesville Public Schools Superintendent Chuck McCauley appeared Wednesday on COMMUNITY CONNECTION to talk about the COVID-19 situation as it pertains to the in-person learning and overall operations of the district.   McCauley first thanked Blair Ellis, The Bartlesville Public Sch ... read more »

11/18 Daily Green Country Christmas Tickets

Nov 18, 2020

New Batch of Daily winners! Daily Prize Drawing Numbers for Wednesday, Nov. 18th: 0-24-43-18 10) $5.00 Gift Certificate from Chili's Bar & Grill 0-31-21-27 $50.00 in Service from Farris Heat & Air Conditioning 0-29-20-89 5) $10.00 Gift Certificate from Frida's Cocina ... read more »

Nowata Police Search for Shooting Suspect

Nov 17, 2020

The Nowata Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a shooting incident at the Village Apartments. According to the NPD, the suspect broke into a vehicle around 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday. The owner confronted the suspect after the alarm went off. Once confronted by the property own ... read more »

Bison Road Project Moves Along, More in District Two

Nov 17, 2020

Washington County crews made drainage improvements at County Road 2500 west of Philson Farm Road recently. District Two Washington County Commissioner Mike Bouvier said there were issues of flooding in the area that needed to be alleviated. He said the ditches that were in place were causing ... read more »

Man Charged with Illegally Possessing a Firearm

Nov 17, 2020

A man appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday where he faced a felon in possession of a firearm charge. According to an affidavit, Jesse Diaz, 28, was in a vehicle that was pulled over by police at Frank Phillips Boulevard and Virginia Avenue in Bartlesville for having an impr ... read more »

Bill Filed, Named After Fallen Tulsa Police Officer

Nov 17, 2020

Senator Chuck Hall, a Republican from Perry, has filed the first Senate bill for the 2021 session.  The measure, aimed at strengthening Oklahoma statutes on scrap metal theft, is named for a Tulsa police officer who helped formulate the language, but was later killed in the line of duty. ... read more »

Dewey Fire Chief Cox Provides Department Update

Nov 17, 2020

Chief Jacob Cox provided an update on the Dewey Fire Department during Monday night's Dewey City Council meeting. Chief Cox said Dewey Fire has responded to three house fires in the past two and a half weeks. He said two fires occurred in Dewey and one took place in Copan. As a department ... read more »

WCHD to Encourage New Drive-Thru COVID Test Route

Nov 17, 2020

The Washington County Health Department will ask individuals coming to the WCHD to get a COVID-19 test to enter from Madison Road and exit onto Adams Road starting on Wednesday. WCHD Health Educator Kayla Guerra said, “Doing this will allow for a better flow of traffic and ensure that a ... read more »

Tuesday COVID-19 Update

Nov 17, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 1,551 new coronavirus cases and six deaths across the state in its situation update on Tuesday. The OSDH is also reporting that 1,381 Oklahomans are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19. Currently, there are 202 active coronavirus cases in Wa ... read more »

You Can Share Your Rush Limbaugh Stories

Nov 17, 2020

Rush Limbaugh has been on the air for over 30 years and you have become an extended family to him. But what has Rush meant to you? Would you like to show your love and appreciation for The Rush Limbaugh Show? You can listen to the audio feature of this story here. All of us met Rush in a ... read more »