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PODCAST: Sen. Lankford on COVID, Joe Biden and the Briefings

Nov 13, 2020

Some Senate Republicans have broken with the Trump administration to argue that Joe Biden should get access to classified intelligence briefings, even though the president continues to contest the election results. Sen. James Lankford, an Oklahoma Republican, reportedly said he will intervene if ... read more »

White House Task Force Recommends Oklahoma Mask Mandate

Nov 12, 2020

The White House Coronavirus Task Force says COVID-19 is “unyielding” in the state of Oklahoma. The WHCTF has recommended a statewide mask mandate to try to curb the pandemic in the state, according to an Associated Press report. Gov. Kevin Stitt has opposed the mask mandate in the ... read more »

EMS Personnel Checks In on One of Their Own

Nov 12, 2020

At about 3:45pm on Thursday Afternoon several Bartlesville EMS, Police and Fire drove their cars along Frank Phillips Bvld.  en route to Jane Phillips Medical Center to check in on one of their own.  Here is the video of the procession going by our Bartlesville Radio Studios.  ... read more »

Team Roping Event to Take Place in Pawhuska on Saturday

Nov 12, 2020

There will be a team roping event this Saturday at the Osage County Fairgrounds and all particapants will have a chance to win a 2020 Calico 16 foot Stock Trailer. This will be awarded to the high point roper. The Roping will be a ten point. Ropers will be able to enter with a partner and dra ... read more »

Pawhuska City Council Approves Eagle Scout Project

Nov 12, 2020

Eagle Scout Amadeus Reeves was at Tuesday evening's city council meeting in Pawhuska explaining his wish to complete a project at Memorial Park. This includes adding a much-needed sidewalk throughout the park.   Park Manager Rick Gibson enjoys it anytime he is able to work in coo ... read more »

Youth Counselor Charged with Making Lewd Proposals

Nov 12, 2020

A 26-year-old Bartlesville man was arrested for allegedly exchanging lewd pictures with a minor female under 16 years old. William Wood appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday facing three felony counts including lewd proposals to a minor child and lewd molestation. According ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged with Child Sexual Abuse

Nov 12, 2020

A Bartlesville man appeared in court in Washington County on Thursday facing a felony count of child sexual abuse. Bryan Dolin was charged for the incident that was reported in January. According to an affidavit, on January 19 the victim disclosed that Dolin had touched her inappropriately. D ... read more »

Bartlesville Pair Arrested on Car Burglary Charges

Nov 12, 2020

Two people were arrested for multiple reported burglaries on the south side of Bartlesville on Tuesday. Charles and Kristian Cummins appeared at the Washington County Courthouse facing felony charges stemming from the incidents. Court affidavits allege that the pair were witnesses trying to b ... read more »

Bartlesville Schools to Offer Flu Shots for the District on Friday

Nov 12, 2020

Bartlesville Public Schools, along with the Cherokee Nation, have partnered to offer drive through flu vaccinations on Friday for district parents, students, staff and their immediate family members. The drive through is taking place at three different schools.    The locations ... read more »

City of Pawhuska Adds Trash Truck

Nov 12, 2020

Roads throughout the City of Pawhuska have been getting worse over time and a reason for this is the heavy garbage trucks rolling over the pavement day after day. Waste Connectons of Oklahoma was at Tuesday's City Council meeting saying the new truck they are looking at could help with that p ... read more »

Fantasy Land of Lights Returns November 19

Nov 12, 2020

Get ready to experience the magic of one of Bartlesville’s favorite holiday traditions! Bartlesville’s Johnstone Park will be transformed into a magical winter wonderland with the Daybreak Rotary's Fantasy Land of Lights starts Thursday, November 19th with"Fantasy on Foot&quo ... read more »

Thursday COVID-19 Update

Nov 12, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 2,357 new COVID-19 cases in Thursday’s situation update. Statewide 11 new deaths are being reported, none of which are local. 1,248 hospitalizations are being listed across Oklahoma. Washington County is reporting 179 active cases, a ... read more »

Drainage Project to Begin in Bartlesville

Nov 12, 2020

The Quail Place Tributary Drainage Project started earlier this week and contractors have notified residents that construction will begin shortly. This is a project that was approved in the 2018 General Obligation Bond Election and improvements will be made to the drainage system around Woodland ... read more »

Veterans Honored During Nowata Assembly

Nov 11, 2020

Several local veterans were honored during Nowata Public Schools’ Veteran’s Day assembly on Wednesday afternoon. Former service members from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard were in attendance. All who showed up had their name announced as they made a grand entrance. ... read more »

Repairs to be Made at Pawhuska Schools

Nov 11, 2020

Pawhuska Superintendent David Cash recently told the school board that there has been significant deterioration with the roof at the high school, forcing it to leak and the same can be said at the elementary school. Other trouble spots across the district have caused concern for student safety an ... read more »