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BPS Foundation State of the Schools Event

Aug 03, 2022

  The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation hosted the State of the Schools event at Bartlesville High School on Wednesday presented by Truity Credit Union.   Superintendent Chuck McCauley recapped the highlight of the past school year at the jam-packed luncheon at the BHS ... read more »

OKU Open House a Chance to Sign Reduced Lunch Waiver

Aug 03, 2022

Many students will be heading back to school in the next few weeks. The Oklahoma Union School District will be holding an open house from 5 to 7 on Thursday evening for any student who would like to meet their teachers for the upcoming school year. Also at the open house, Oklahoma Union Super ... read more »

Oklahoma Secretary of Education, Ryan Walters, Appears on Brian Kilmeade Radio Show

Aug 03, 2022

  Oklahoma Secretary of Education and candidate for Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ryan Walters, appeared on a national radio show that airs on KWON AM 1400/FM 93.3-95.1 on Tuesday.   Walters appeared on the Brian Kilmeade Show talking about the far left indo ... read more »

WCSO Looking for Female Suspect Involved in Stabbing

Aug 03, 2022

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is looking for your assistance in locating a female suspect involved in a stabbing on Monday. Kimbra Jane Taggart is believed to be involved in the incident that occurred on U.S. Highway 75, just south of West 3600 Rd. Taggart is a 5-7 white female ... read more »

BPS Board of Education Holds a Special Meeting, Lunch Prices Raised

Aug 03, 2022

  The Bartlesville Public Schools Board of Education held a special meeting on Wednesday to approve just two items: the surplus materials and the hike in the school lunch prices.   According to Jon Beckloff, Director of Child Nutrition for Sodexo, the prices for school meals ... read more »

Heroes and Legends Softball Tournament Rescheduled

Aug 03, 2022

The Heroes and Legends Slow Pitch Softball Tournament, which had been scheduled for June but had to be postponed, has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 27th. This will be a game between police officers and fire fighters at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium as they be provide positive mentorship f ... read more »

Treatment Center Available for Osage Nation Men and Women

Aug 03, 2022

The Osage Nation Counseling Center has opened a Primary Residential Treatment Center, which is aimed at assisting men and women struggling with substance abuse. The 60-day program, opened in 2000, serves Native Americans over the age of 18 across Oklahoma and all surrounding states. Director ... read more »

Semi Truck Collides With Train in Coffeyville

Aug 03, 2022

A semi trailer pickup truck collided with a train in Coffeyville early Wednesday morning at S. Walnut St. Officers can report there were no injuries and you are asked to avoid the area throughout the day as they continue to clear the roadway.  (Photo Courtesy of News on 6.) ... read more »

Sutton Avian Research Center's Wild Brew Set for August 27

Aug 03, 2022

Sutton Avian Research Center's Wild Brew is August 27   You are invited to "Drink a Beer and Save a Bird" during the Wild Brew event for the Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Audra Fogle with the Sutton Avian ... read more »

2022 Kansas Primary Results

Aug 03, 2022

The 2022 primary election for the State of Kansas is in the books and the unofficial results are in. Locally for Montgomery County, Ron Bryce wins the Republican nomination for the District 11 seat, Judge William Cullins wins the District 14 Divison 1 race with 51% of the vote ... read more »

Journey Home Receives $4,000 from Arvest Foundation

Aug 03, 2022

The Journey Home will receive additional support for care with a $4,000 donation from the Arvest Foundation. Arvest mortgage and private banking manager Sonya Reed, marketing manager Stevie Williams and Arvest Wealth Management client advisor Suzanne Duhon presented the check to Brennen Bissi ... read more »

Kansans Vote to Uphold Abortion Rights

Aug 03, 2022

  Residents of Kansas have voted against an amendment to the state's constitution that would have given lawmakers in the state the ability to regulate abortion, the Associated Press projects. This means that abortions will remain legal in Kansas.    With Tuesday' ... read more »

Jo Tucker Retires from Bartlesville Police Department

Aug 02, 2022

Jo Tucker has signed off from her work with the Bartlesville Police Department after 36 years of serving the city. Tucker worked in Dispatch from 1985-2001 then transferred to the Records department where she finished her many years of service. ... read more »

Oklahoma Bridges Move Up in National Rankings

Aug 02, 2022

Oklahoma state bridges have been under construction for a while now and all that effort and expense has been worth it for safety but it also has pushed Oklahoma up the rankings to number five for safe and reliable conditions nationwide. It is the first time Oklahoma has been in the top five. ... read more »

PSO Announces Grant Winners

Aug 02, 2022

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) announced their grant-funding for 21 FFA chapters across Oklahoma. The chapters will share $40,000 in American Electric Power Foundation FFA STEM After-School Grants for projects that reflect a strong alignment between PSO, the AEP Foundation and STEM-rela ... read more »