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Bartlesville Woman Facing Child Abuse Allegations

Sep 18, 2020

A Bartlesville woman is in custody at the Washington County Jail facing possible charges of child abuse for allegedly causing injuries to a three-year-old child. Rachel Bean stood before a judge in court on Friday where a $30,000 bond was set. According to an affidavit, a five-year-old witnes ... read more »

Freedom Fire 2020 Set for Saturday Night

Sep 18, 2020

A lot is happening in our world this year, but Oklahoma Wesleyan Men's Basketball Coach Donnie Bostwick said 2020 can't cancel God. This Saturday from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m., Freedom Fire 2020 comes to the Tower Center at Unity Square. Between the COVID-19 pandemic and the racial issues f ... read more »

Voters Cautioned About Mailing From OKVOTE Group

Sep 18, 2020

Officials with the Oklahoma State Election Board cautioned voters about a mailing from a Tulsa-based organization, “OKVOTE,” after state and county election offices received several complaints from voters this week. The mailing (pictured below) is an unsolicited, pre-filled voter ... read more »

Dewey Homecoming Interviews Can Be Heard on KRIG 104.9 FM

Sep 18, 2020

Friday marks the final day of Homecoming Week at Dewey High School and it is DIY Spirit Day, so students are encouraged to make their own red and white homecoming shirt to show Bulldogger spirit. Homecoming interviews can be heard this evening at 5:45 on Real Country KRIG 104.9 FM and are bei ... read more »

Wesleyan Christian Homecoming Interviews Conclude on KWON

Sep 18, 2020

Wesleyan Christian High School’s theme for its final day of Homecoming Week is Mustang Pride Day. Interviews with Kylie White and Preston Francis can be heard on KWON AM 1400 FM 93.3 beginning at 5:26 this evening.   These interviews are being sponsored by Oklahoma Wesleyan Univers ... read more »

Bartlesville's Ward 2 City Councilor Paul Stuart Seeks Second Term

Sep 18, 2020

Paul Stuart is seeking a second term as Bartlesville's Ward 2 City Councilor.    Appearing with his wife, Lyndsey, in COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Friday, Stuart says he wants to continue his work on the Bartlesville City Council to further his original goals: maintain the infras ... read more »

Washington, Osage County Back Into Low Risk Level

Sep 18, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health released its latest situation update on Friday, along with the weekly COVID-19 alert map. After being in the orange, or moderate risk level last week, both Osage and Washington County have dropped back into the yellow, or low risk category. Nowata Count ... read more »

Public Hearing to be Held at Osage Commissioner Meeting

Sep 18, 2020

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds in Pawhuska where a public hearing will be held to consider declaring county-owned property in Pawhuska as surplus. There will be continued discussion on the possibility of making further am ... read more »

WCHD Changes Time for COVID-19 Testing for Kids

Sep 18, 2020

The Washington County Health Department has changed the time they will be offering COVID testing for children ages 12 and under. Starting on Friday children can come from 10:30 to 10:45 a.m. to receive COVID testing. This time frame is for any day the department is doing drive-thru COVID test ... read more »

Spirit Church to Give Away Groceries on Saturday

Sep 18, 2020

Spirit Church will give away free groceries on Saturday for those in the area that are in need of food. The event will last from 10:00 a.m. to noon at Spirit Church, located at 2121 S. Madison Boulevard in Bartlesville. Spirit Church’s mission is to share the love, joy and peace of Jesu ... read more »

Martha's Task to Hold Holiday Open House Oct. 7-9

Sep 18, 2020

Christmas is coming a bit earlier this year at Martha’s Task. Martha’s Task has been receiving so many requests for holiday merchandise that the organization decided to hold its annual Open House shopping event in October this year. The event will be spread out over three days to ... read more »

Closure Planned for Bridge Repairs on Sunset Blvd

Sep 18, 2020

A portion of Sunset Boulevard will be closed beginning Monday to facilitate temporary repairs to the bridge over Butler Creek. Sunset Boulevard will be closed completely to through traffic between Park View Drive and Will Rogers Drive for the duration of the project. Work is expected to take ... read more »

Stick Horse Rodeo Today at Bartlesville Assisted Living

Sep 15, 2020

Bartlesville Assisted Living invites you to the inaugural Stick Horse Rodeo set for today with the parade starting at 1:00 p.m. Social distancing and masks will be in place during the event at Bartlesville Assisted Living.  There will be a General Seating area for all family members to a ... read more »

Weeze's Cafe Celebrating Re-Opening on Friday

Sep 17, 2020

A Downtown Bartlesville staple has a new look that is debuting on Friday afternoon. Weeze’s Café is having a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their grand re-opening. The restaurant is offering a 12-ounce ribeye steak special for $18.99. Owner D Smith talks about what is new at We ... read more »

Four of Five Charges Dropped Against Tyler Reece

Sep 17, 2020

Court documents show that four of five charges against Tyler Reece have been dropped. On Tuesday, Tyler Reece pleaded guilty to that charge of accessory to murder and has been sentenced to 10 years of probation and released from the Osage County Jail on account of time served. Tyler, along wi ... read more »