Early Voting Turnout Exceeds That of Four Years Ago

Nov 03, 2018

The latest numbers from the Oklahoma State Election Board show early voters in the state's three largest counties are turning out in much greater numbers than the last midterm elections.   Figures released early Friday show about 6,800 early voters cast ballots in Oklahoma County ... read more »

Boil Advisory Lifted for Caney

Nov 02, 2018

A boil water advisory posted for Caney residents has been lifted.  The Kansas Department of Health and Environment put the advisory in effect on Sunday.  KDHE took the action after a large water main break drained the City of Caney's water system.  Crews were able to get the re ... read more »

Planet Fitness to Temporarily Close Sunday

Nov 02, 2018

Planet Fitness in Bartlesville will temporarily close at midnight on Sunday, November 4th. PSO Electric will be completing an upgrade to the transformer at Eastland Shopping Center which will require Planet Fitness to power down. Manager Heather Moguel says she believes the power upgrade ... read more »

Keepsake Candles Closing Shop in December

Nov 02, 2018

Keepsake Candles opened in 1969 and they have been serving the community of Bartlesville ever since. Their run will come to an end in December, as they plan to close the shop. Store owner Alice Ririe has been a part of Keepsake Candles from the very beginning.  Keepsake Candles won&r ... read more »

Washington County Commissioners to Discuss Three Items

Nov 02, 2018

The Washington County Commissioners will meet Monday, Nov. 5 for their regularly scheduled meeting. Items on the agenda include a resolution regarding donations for general use to the Washington County Free Fair from the Dewey basketball team. There will also be a declaration of surplus on Mo ... read more »

Educational Facilities Authority to hold Special Meeting Monday

Nov 02, 2018

The Educational Facilities Authority will hold a special meeting Monday morning at the Osage County Courthouse. There will be discussion and possible action to approve and sign engagement letters with Turner and Associates for audits for the Educational Facility Authority for fiscal years dat ... read more »

County Commissioners to be shown Engineering Presentation

Nov 02, 2018

The Osage County Commissioners will have a regular scheduled meeting Monday morning at the Osage County Courthouse. Steven Hollabaugh of CP&Y will make a presentation regarding civil engineering services such as roads and bridges. After being tabled last week, the County Commissioners ... read more »

Nowata High School NHS to Send Care Packages to Soldiers

Nov 02, 2018

The National Honor Society at Nowata High School asks for supplies and goodies to send to soldiers abroad. NHS President Makenzie Hobbs is a senior at Nowata High School. She says they wanted to do this for the soldiers because the soldiers they know have been missing home. Three soldiers that th ... read more »

Manufacturing Plant Startup May Receive Appropriated Fund

Nov 02, 2018

Bartlesville Development Authority President David Wood will give a formal presentation to the City Council on Monday, Nov. 5. The presentation regards the $550,000 in incentives and three acres of land the BDA recommends to transfer to Phillips Precision Machining to plan a new manufacturing pla ... read more »

Green Country Christmas 2018 Begins

Nov 02, 2018

You have the opportunity to win more than $30,000 in cash and prizes during the 19th Annual “Shop at Home for the Holidays” Green Country Christmas promotion in Bartlesville and Dewey, sponsored by KWON-KYFM-KRIG-KPGM, the Examiner-Enterprise and local businesses.   &nbs ... read more »

Early Voting Begins in Washington County

Oct 29, 2018

The Nov. 6 General Elections and Regular Municipal Election for the City of Bartlesville's Ward 2 and Ward 4 approaches. Early voting began Thursday in Washington County at the County Election Board Office and will carry into Friday, Nov. 2 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 3 from 9 a. ... read more »

Early Voting Begins in Nowata County

Nov 01, 2018

Early voting began Thursday (Today) at the Nowata County election board. Voters will be deciding in several state races, the five state questions as well as several important local races. One of the most prominent races is for the State Representative in House District 10. Republican Judd Str ... read more »

City Ride Carries One Dollar Fares Into December

Nov 01, 2018

A public transportation service in Bartlesville will keep offering cheaper fares for workers. Cimarron Public Transit System officials say residents will be eligible for one-dollar fares taking one-way trips through the City of Bartlesville’s transportation system City Ride. CPTS op ... read more »

Saddle Up For Christ Runs Through Sunday

Nov 01, 2018

Saddle Up For Christ is in full swing at the Osage County Fairgrounds. This is the second year in a row the organization has came to Pawhuska. Joni Nash, the Executive Director of the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce, says it has been a major success. Nash encourages the community to come out and ... read more »

Dr Sorrels to Speak at Family Life Symposium Event

Nov 01, 2018

Family Life Symposium will feature author and child trauma expert Dr. Barbara Sorrels during this year's event at the Adams Boulevard Church of Christ. Sorrels will speak during a free event starting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1, on "The Impact of Trauma on Healthy Growth and Dev ... read more »