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County Commissioners to get County Updates

Jan 04, 2019

The Osage County Commissioners will meet Monday morning and will get updates on how things are going around the county from a number of different people. Osage County Emergency Manager Jerry Roberts will be there to give a safety update. Director of Osage County E911 Services Kay Kelley will ... read more »

Barnsdall Chamber to talk about Big Heart Days

Jan 04, 2019

The Barnsdall Chamber of Commerce will hold a meeting Monday afternoon at the Community Center and a lot of fun items will be discussed. The 66th annual Big Heart Day will take place from May 24th through the 26th and the board members will begin initial planning of the event. They will also ... read more »

Wind Mitigation Deadline Extended

Jan 04, 2019

The Department of Defense and NextEra Energy have again extended the deadline to reach a mitigation plan on a wind farm along a route of airspace the military uses for training.   Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter says NextEra has been authorized to proceed with construction on t ... read more »

Circle Mountain Road Work to Begin

Jan 04, 2019

Work will get underway next week on the Circle Mountain Road Rehabilitation Project.  Director of Engineering, Micah Siemers says work starts on Tuesday.   The project consists of a mill and overlay of the existing asphalt road with some areas of full depth patching according to ... read more »

Lankford Picks Up Senate Committee Assignment

Jan 04, 2019

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has selected Senator James Lankford to join the Senate Finance Committee for the 116th Congress. Lankford He will retain his current assignments to the Senate Committee on Appropriations, the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, and the C ... read more »

New Nowata Chamber Director Wants to Grow City

Jan 03, 2019

The Nowata Chamber of Commerce has a newly appointed executive director. Misty Selly earned the executive director position at the Nowata Chamber of Commerce following interviews in late November. Misty says she has always wanted to make a difference in her hometown. The Nowata native graduat ... read more »

Goldie's Patio Grill Closing it's Doors

Jan 03, 2019

After being in business for more than 20 years, Goldie’s Patio Grill in Bartlesville has closed its doors effective immediately. According to a Goldie’s Patio Grill Facebook post, the owner is moving to be closer to his daughter and grandson. The post goes on to thank all of the c ... read more »

Burglary Charges Dropped in Bartlesville Case

Jan 03, 2019

Charges have been dropped for a Bartlesville man that appeared in front of a judge at the Washington County Courthouse on Monday. Jacob Dillon had been charged with second degree burglary for an incident that took place in Bartlesville. The charges were dropped at the Washington County Courthouse ... read more »

Osage County Fairgrounds to host Roping Event

Jan 03, 2019

The Osage County Fairgrounds will be holding a saddle-roping event this Saturday in Pawhuska. There will be a $40 saddle fee and the roping starts in the morning. The 12 slide team ropers can enter the arena at 9 and the event starts at 10:30. The 11 and 9 team roping starts at 2 in the a ... read more »

Woman Killed in Wednesday Collision on Hwy 169

Jan 03, 2019

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a South Coffeyville woman was killed in an SUV, semi truck crash Wednesday on Highway 169. The crash occurred just north of Talala which is just south of the Rogers and Nowata County line. Troopers say 60-year-old Karon Allison was driving a 2011 Ford Expediti ... read more »

Expect Lane Changes Along US60 Bridge in Bartlesville

Jan 03, 2019

The US-60 bridge over the Caney River in Bartlesville will be narrowed to one lane in each direction between S. Quapaw Ave and S. Comanche Avenue until further notice.  The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says drivers should be alert to lane shifts in the corridor Friday morning. Use c ... read more »

Osage Nation Museum to Feature Exhibit

Jan 03, 2019

The Osage Nation Museum in Pawhuska has opened its newest exhibit today, “Patriot Nations: Native Americans in our Nation’s Armed Forces.”   From 5 until 7 this evening, the museum will host an opening night reception detailing the many Osage Native Americans who have t ... read more »

Bartlesville Radio Prepares for Cooking Extravaganza

Jan 02, 2019

The KWON cooking extravaganza is coming up on Tuesday, April 2 and we are looking for people in the community to help with the event, as we are creating a cookbook. Bartlesville Radio Promotions Director Tina Romine says it is easy to help contribute by going to Bartlesvilleradio.com. You may als ... read more »

Man Arrested for New Years Day DUI Incident

Jan 02, 2019

A man arrested in Bartlesville early New Year’s Day stood before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday. Richard Calvin Graham Jr. was charged with evading a peace officer. He was also charged for an alcohol related DUI. According to an affidavit, Graham was beating on ... read more »

Price Road Rehabilitation Project Starts Next Week

Jan 02, 2019

Contract crews with Grade Line Construction will begin construction on the Price Road Rehabilitation Project next Wednesday, Jan. 9. The City of Bartlesville’s Director of Engineering Micah Seimers says the project is located on Price Road between U.S. Highway 75 and the roundabout at Silve ... read more »