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Preliminary Hearing for Adkins Murder Taking Place Monday

Mar 08, 2019

Daniel Keene, Maurice Kent and Toby Bighorse are all due back in court for a preliminary hearing Monday morning for the murder of John Adkins. They are all being charged in the alleged first degree or second degree murder of Adkins, which took place on October 1.  The four were believed ... read more »

OKWU Baseball Series Moved to Bartlesville

Mar 08, 2019

Weather has impacted the Oklahoma Wesleyan schedule once again, but this it is having a positive impact. This weekend’s conference series with St. Mary has been moved to Bartlesville after anticipated weather issues in Leavenworth, Kansas. The Eagles have won nine straight games includi ... read more »

Another Busy Monday for Osage County Commissioners

Mar 08, 2019

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at the Osage County Courthouse in Pawhuska to discuss several important items. Nutrition Program Director Kyme Vincent will be on hand to request a transfer of local funding in the amount of $80,000. The County Commissioners wil ... read more »

Commissioners to Resume Jail Agreements Monday

Mar 09, 2019

The Washington County Board of Commissioners will continue agreement discussions with Nowata County Monday morning. The agreements revolve around the Nowata County Jail inmates being housed in the Washington County Detention Center. The commissioners signed an agreement Monday, March 4 in the ... read more »

Dump Truck Loses Tires Friday Morning

Mar 08, 2019

Bartlesville Police responded to a dump truck that had lost its tires Friday morning. Police Captain Jay Hastings said a Washington County Deputy called just before 8:00 AM on Friday in regards to the dump truck along Tuxedo and Washington Boulevard near QuikTrip. When police arrived, it ... read more »

Lankford Hopes to Move Nomination Work Along

Mar 08, 2019

Oklahoma's Senator James Lankford Friday said that he hopes judge nominations will be completed soon. Lankford, who recently published the fourth volume of his annual Federal Government waste book, Federal Fumbles, said the book covers this issue extensively alongside the rules of the Senate. ... read more »

Dewey Middle School Wins Battle of the Books Contest

Mar 08, 2019

The Bartlesville Public Library held its annual “Battle of the Books” competition Thursday night in the Central Middle School Auditorium. Sasha Yorman and Dewey Middle School won this year’s contest. The students prepared by studying a selection of 15 books over the course of a ... read more »

Fincher Speaks at Town Hall Meeting Thursday

Mar 07, 2019

District 11 House Representative Darrel Fincher spoke at a town hall meeting Thursday night. The meeting was held in the second floor conference room of the Bartlesville Public Library. The town hall meeting gave Fincher the opportunity to speak to and hear from constituents. One of several topic ... read more »

OKM Planning Music Event for Kids in June

Mar 07, 2019

OKM Music in Bartlesville will be presenting a variety of children's programming starting Monday June 10 and running through that Friday. Programs include story-telling, puppet shows and magic shows. Rose Hammerschmidt Programming Director Rose Music will be involved with all of these events. ... read more »

Chairman Sonenberg Speaks on Jail

Mar 07, 2019

Several county officials have invested time in trying to discover the source of a carbon monoxide leak that surfaced at the Nowata County Jail one week ago. Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners Doug Sonenberg says crews investigated the possible sources of the leak earlier this week. A s ... read more »

Ranch to Host Elder Care Event One Last Time

Mar 07, 2019

Washington County Elder Care announces the date for their 21st Annual The Good, The Bad and The Barbecue event at the Mullendore Cross Bell Ranch.   Administrative Director Jennifer Ennis said Thursday that this will be the last year the barbecue will be held at the ranch. That does ... read more »

Bartlesville Sailor Participates in Live Fire Exercise

Mar 07, 2019

The Navy Office of Community Outreach has shared information with Bartlesville Radio about a Bartlesville resident. U.S. Navy Naval Aircrewman 3rd Class Kris Puga has been participating in live-fire exercises on an aircraft elevator. Puga has been aboard the aircraft carrier called the USS John C ... read more »

Judge Vaclaw to Give Anti Bullying Seminar in Dewey

Mar 07, 2019

Washington County Associate Judge Russel Vaclaw will step out of the classroom for his anti-bullying seminar this year. Normally Judge Vaclaw has given his seminar to thousands of kids in virtually every school in the area over the course of several years.   Oklahomans for Equality ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Investigating Hit and Run

Mar 07, 2019

The Bartlesville Police Department is investigating an overnight hit and run accident that occurred late Wednesday and early Thursday morning on 9th and Dewey. Police Captain Jay Hastings said Thursday the driver of a white vehicle hit a parked car. That caused the driver's vehicle to fli ... read more »

Traffic Accident Hospitalizes a Delaware Man

Mar 07, 2019

A Delaware man was transported by Life Flight to Tulsa’s St. John Hospital after a late Wednesday night collision occurred just north of Talala. 35-year old Kyle Miller was driving a 2010 Nissan Altima northbound on US-169 when he crossed the center line for unknown reasons. Miller then str ... read more »