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Blood Drive to be Held Thursday in Nowata

Apr 07, 2021

The Oklahoma Blood Institute-Tulsa will be holding a blood drive in support of Nowata High School on Thursday. The event will be held at Cornerstone Community Church at 260 East Galer Avenue in Nowata. Each person who donates blood can receive a free t-shirt from the National Cowboy & Wes ... read more »

Stitt Highlights Tri County Tech's Skills to Rebuild

Apr 07, 2021

Almost a week after Governor Kevin Stitt's visit to Tri County Tech in Bartlesville, Stitt has released a video highlighting the career tech's Skills to Rebuild initiative. The video features two of the program's success stories. Hannah Cole, a Certified Nursing Aid (CNA) student, ... read more »

Musicians to Star in Upcoming Feature Film

Apr 07, 2021

Musicians Sturgill Simpson and Jason Isbell are the latest cast members added to the upcoming film, “Gray Horse,” the film adaptation of David Grann’s best-selling book, “Killers of the Flower Moon.” Isbell is set to play the white husband of an Osage woman who i ... read more »

Benefit Dinner to Support Family of Fallen Deputy

Apr 07, 2021

Citizens of Washington County will hold a benefit spaghetti dinner on Sunday from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Westside Community Center located at 501 S. Bucy Avenue in Bartlesville. The dinner is being put on to help the family of fallen Washington County Sheriff’s Office Corporal Kyle Da ... read more »

Agape Mission of Bartlesville Opens Dining Room

Apr 07, 2021

Agape Mission of Bartlesville announced on Wednesday that it has opened its dining room. The dining room is open for those that are in need of a nutritious meal from 11:00 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. Due to the cost of containers, to go meals are only for those approved that are ... read more »

Wash. Co. Community Council, Police to Offer Training

Apr 07, 2021

The Washington County Community Council (WCCC) along with members of the Bartlesville Police Department, Dewey Police Department, and Washington County Sheriff’s Office will host a training seminar that is open to the public. The seminar will take place on Saturday, April 24th, at 10:00 ... read more »

Dr. Everette Piper Talks About His New Book, GROW UP, on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Apr 07, 2021

Dr. Everette Piper, retired President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, has a new book coming out on April 13, 2021, and he spent some time with us in COMMUNITY CONNECTION to talk about it.   The book is called "Grow Up; Life isn't Safe, But It's Good."   ... read more »

Dickey, Hatheway to Serve on Copan Board of Trustees

Apr 06, 2021

Janet Dickey and Cody Hatheway were elected to serve on the Copan Board of Trustees on Election Day on Tuesday. Dickey received 62 votes (60.78-percent of the vote) to defeat Donna Stephens, who received 40 votes (39.22-percent), for the Office Two seat. Hatheway received 80 votes (79.21- ... read more »

1/4 Cent Sales Tax Extension Approved in Bartlesville

Apr 06, 2021

Voters in Bartlesville approved to extend the 1/4 cent economic development sales tax on Tuesday. Bartlesville Development Authority (BDA) Chairwoman Diana Adams said they're thankful for the community's support and look forward to the next five years. She wanted to ensure the communi ... read more »

Dunlap Elected to Serve as Ochelata's Town Clerk

Apr 06, 2021

Diana Dunlap will serve as the Town of Ochelata's Clerk following the results of Tuesday's election. Dunlap received 28 votes (66.67-percent of the vote) to defeat Michele Rader, who received 14 votes (33.33-percent). 40 votes were cast on Election Day with Dunlap receiving 27 of ... read more »

Votes Come in Across Osage County

Apr 06, 2021

Osage County voters headed to the polls on Tuesday to elect their leaders for the coming term.   In Pawhuska, voters looked to fill the unoccupied Ward Two Seat, which had been filled by Jourdan Foran until she resigned last year. Amber Nash defeated Susan Bayro for that seat, winnin ... read more »

Smith, Holland Elected to Serve on Copan School Board

Apr 06, 2021

Two seats on the Copan Public Schools Board of Education were up for grabs on Election Day on Tuesday. Cody Smith narrowly beat out Shane Cameron for the Office One seat on the Board as he mustered up 75 votes (54.35-percent). Cameron received 63 votes (45.65-percent). Tony Holland receiv ... read more »

Groundwork Underway for New Wash. Co. Expo Center

Apr 06, 2021

A Trust Indenture to facilitate the creation of an Expo Center in Washington County was officially established during the Washington County Public Facilities Authority meeting on Tuesday evening. Washington County Commissioner and Authority Chairman Mike Bouvier said work towards an Expo Cent ... read more »

Osage Nation Now Vaccinating Teenagers

Apr 06, 2021

Beginning on Wednesday, the Osage Nation Health Department will begin vaccinating anyone ages 16 and older for the COVID-19 vaccine. These inoculations are by appointment only and to schedule your appointment, call 918-287-0076. Vaccines are now being given on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursda ... read more »

Accident Backing Up Traffic on Adams Boulevard

Apr 06, 2021

An accident on Adams Boulevard between Shawnee and Delaware in Bartlesville is blocking traffic at this time. You are advised to use an alternate route. We will have more information on this story when it becomes available. ... read more »