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Parade Grand Marshall Announced

Nov 01, 2018

Halloween just came to an end, but the Kiwanis Club of Bartlesville has announced this year’s grand Marshal’s for the Christmas Parade, which is scheduled to start December 1. Kiwanis Club Leader Mike Dronyk says former City Manager Ed Gordon is very deserving of the honor. Dr ... read more »

Elder Care Has Leftover Flu Shots to Give

Nov 01, 2018

Elder Care in Bartlesville wrapped up its flu clinic this week. Nurses at Elder Care gave shots every Tuesday throughout the month of October. Elder Care’s Community Relations Director Stevie Williams says that while they have stopped the clinic, they still have high dosage flu shots to giv ... read more »

Fire Hydrant Inspections Start Thursday

Oct 31, 2018

The City of Bartlesville's Water Utilites Department announces that a contractor will head to Bartlesville early Thursday morning to inspect fire hydrants. Contractor Jerry Price will continue hydrant inspections until the inspections are complete. The process could take up to a month. Pr ... read more »

Drug House to Transitional Home: The Lighthouse Outreach

Oct 31, 2018

The Lighthouse Outreach Center invites you to celebrate with them Sunday. This Sunday, the Lighthouse Outreach Center will hold an open house and dedication of their new transitional living facility. Director Errol Hada says the community and a Lowes organization called Lowes Heroes really helped ... read more »

Museum to Celebrate Rich Thanksgiving Traditions

Oct 31, 2018

The Bartlesville Area History Museum will highlight fun and interesting “Thanksgiving Traditions” event soon. The program is for 2nd through 6th graders on Monday, November 19, from 1:00 to 2:30 o’clock. The children will have a special scavenger hunt connected to the Ragamu ... read more »

Green Space Design Plans, Name Moved to City Council

Oct 31, 2018

The Tower Green Design Committee will no longer go by that name as the committee has decided to change the green space's name when they met Wednesday at City Hall. City Councilman and committee chairman Alan Gentges says he thought the naming process would go by quickly, but that it presented ... read more »

Pawhuska Trick or Treat a Success

Oct 31, 2018

Downtown Pawhuska held its Trick or Treat event last night. More than 800 kids showed up in their best costumes to get candy and win a few prizes. Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Joni Nash said the event was a success. The city of Pawhuska had a downtown trick or treat and tha ... read more »

Elementary Students to Decorate Capitol Christmas Tree

Oct 31, 2018

Emily Voelkers' second-grade class at Richard Kane Elementary has been chosen to decorate a Christmas tree as part of Governor Fallin’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the State Capitol. On Tuesday, December 4 they will join Governor Fallin and State Superintendent of Schools Jo ... read more »

Early Voting Starts in Osage County on Thursday

Oct 31, 2018

Early voting starts on Thursday across Osage County and will run through Saturday. The Osage County election board in Pawhuska and the First Baptist Church in Skiatook will be the two areas to take advantage of early voting. Among other things, voters will be deciding on a Governor, Lieutenan ... read more »

League Hosts Council Forum

Oct 30, 2018

Four candidates for seats on the Bartlesville City Council had the opportunity to point out the differences between themselves and their opponent Tuesday night at a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters.  Remona Colson and Paul Stewart are asking for votes for the vacant ward two sea ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman Arrested for Child Neglect

Oct 30, 2018

A 20-year-old Bartlesville woman is facing felony child neglect charges after exposing her two-year-old child to marijuana smoke. Taylor Cobb was presented with this charge during an arraignment at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday. According to affidavit, a witness observed a snapc ... read more »

Christmas coming to Price Tower

Oct 30, 2018

The Price Tower held its annual Trunk or Treat event Friday evening downtown Bartlesville. Boyscouts were on hand making Sumores and the First Presbyterian Church brought a large inflatable obstacle course. Price Tower Art Curator Deshane Atkins-Williams says the event was a success. Now ... read more »

BPD Participated in Saturday Drug Take Back Day

Oct 30, 2018

The Bartlesville Police Department collected more than a hundred pounds of prescription drugs during the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day held Saturday. The event, sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration, allows citizens to safely and legally dispose of unwanted prescription ... read more »

State Question 801 Could Impact Look Schools

Oct 30, 2018

State Question 801 will appear on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot in Oklahoma and it could change the way school districts use existing property taxes in their building funds. State Representative for District 10 candidate Kevin Stacy says he will vote no on the bill because he wants equal ... read more »

Eggs and Issues Event Focuses on State Questions

Oct 30, 2018

The State Chamber of Oklahoma overviews state questions at Tri County Tech Tuesday morning. 5 state questions will appear on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot and Chamber Vice President of Government Affairs Adria Berry presented each question to the audience attending the Bartlesville Chamber o ... read more »