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City of Bartlesville Officially Launches Job Line

Nov 22, 2019

The City of Bartlesville has officially launched its new “Job Line” resource to the public. Human Resources Director Laura Sanders said this is a free publication aimed at helping those interested stay informed about the latest job openings with the city. Sanders said the City of ... read more »

State Treasurer McDaniel Visits KWON

Nov 22, 2019

Oklahoma State Treasurer Randy McDaniel visited our studios Friday morning and reminded us that his office works hard to return unclaimed property to its rightful Oklahoma owner. McDaniel says, "Whether it’s in the form of investments, tax refunds, stocks or just plain old cash ... read more »

Commissioners to Get FEMA Update Monday

Nov 22, 2019

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet Monday morning for a regularly scheduled meeting at the courthouse in Pawhuska. Bill Heald of FEMA will give an update on how things are going across the county. The commissioners will also consider signing interlocal agreements with FEMA. ... read more »

Bartlesville Salvation Army Needs 1,200 Bell Ringers

Nov 22, 2019

Even you can be a part of a Christmas season tradition that is 128 years old. Captain Ian Carr said the Salvation Army in Bartlesville is in need of 1,200 bell ringers at their Red Kettles in the community. He said all the money that is raised with the Red Kettles goes toward their efforts to ... read more »

Board of Pharmacy Investigates Insulin Case Further

Nov 22, 2019

Nearly three weeks have passed since 10 people at the Jacquelyn House were hospitalized in Bartlesville after receiving insulin instead of a flu shot. The Bartlesville Police Department has concluded their investigation on the matter and have determined that the incident was an accident. Mean ... read more »

Sheriff's Office to Deliver Food Baskets on Monday

Nov 22, 2019

Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving. The Washington County Sheriff's Office will be handing out Thanksgiving food baskets soon. Washington County Sheriff Scott Owen said they are in the process of purchasing the food, gathering the food, and organizing the baskets to be sent out by ... read more »

A Bartlesville Man is Looking for Stolen Seal Statue

Nov 21, 2019

A Bartlesville man has taken to the NextDoor app to look for a family cornerstone that was stolen off his property a month ago. Martin Mayer said someone took a heavy concrete topiary seal right off his front porch, and he'd like it back. He said the stone seal has been a part of his life ... read more »

Bartlesville School Board Approves the Purchase of 14 New School Buses

Nov 21, 2019

The Bartlesville School Board approved the purchase of 14 new school buses Thursday evening when they passed their consent agenda unanimously minus absent members Boswell and Vaclaw. The purchase comes after voters approved two school bond issues this past August in a record turnout that ... read more »

Senator Lankford Speaks on Enid AFB Accident

Nov 21, 2019

Two active duty members of the air force were killed Thursday morning after two jets crashed near Vance Air Force Base in Enid. According to military officials two T-38 Talon twin-engine jets crashed during a training exercise. Oklahoma senator Lankford offered this statement on the situation ... read more »

Two Teachers to Feed 242 Students, Teach Thanksgiving

Nov 21, 2019

240 eighth grade students and a handful of teachers at Bartlesville's Madison Middle School will enjoy a Thanksgiving treat on Friday. History teacher Marsh Boomer said his eighth grade class and Mike Lawson's eighth grade class will enjoy a dozen turkeys donated by Wes Wilson, the ma ... read more »

Examiner Enterprise to Change Delivery Services

Nov 21, 2019

The Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise has sent out a letter to their subscribers to tell them that their delivery services are changing. The letter states: “Because of changing trends in employment and the difficulty in maintaining a stable carrier force on some of our routes, we have de ... read more »

Projects Moving Along Smoothly in Downtown Bartesville

Nov 21, 2019

There are many projects going on downtown Bartlesville and Executive Director for the Bartlesville Redevelopment Trust Authority, Chris Wilson, gave an update on said projects. He started by saying how well things are going at Weeze’s Café. Wilson added that the new brewery comin ... read more »

Salvation Army to Host Free Thanksgiving Meal

Nov 21, 2019

The Salvation Army in Bartlesville will host an early Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday, Nov. 27th. Captain Ian Carr said volunteers will prep the veggies in the morning and Dink's Real Pit Barbecue will smoke the turkeys to prepare for Wednesday's feast. All you have to do is come out f ... read more »

Hotel Phillips Continues Renovation Process

Nov 21, 2019

A grant has allowed the City of Bartlesville to submit what was known as Hotel Phillips to be a part of the National Register of Historic Preservation. Executive Director for the Bartlesville Redevelopment Trust Authority, Chris Wilson, is quick to say they are only in the review process, but the ... read more »

Two Steal Merchandise from Nowata NAPA Auto Parts

Nov 21, 2019

The Nowata Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying two individuals believed to have stolen $300 in merchandise. Chief Mike McElhaney said on Thursday that two men are said to have stolen a cutting torch set with the gauges and a battery tester from the Nowata NAPA Auto ... read more »