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36th Annual Toy Run in Bartlesville Set for December 2nd

Nov 23, 2023

  You're invited to participate in the 36th Annual Motocycle Toy Run in Bartlesville on Saturday, December 2, 2023.   Appearing on our Thanksgiving Day episide of COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Amber and Elizabeth  announced that those on motorcycles wanting to participate i ... read more »

Skiatook's Christmas on Main Coming Up

Nov 22, 2023

Skiatook's annual Christmas on Main is coming up, as it is slated to take place on Saturday, December 9th. Shops will be open all day long and a parade will take place once the sun goes down at 6 p.m.   There will be giveaways throughout the day, Christmas caroling and much more ... read more »

Lights at Woolaroc Turn on This Weekend

Nov 22, 2023

Beginning this weekend, Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve will be featuring a Wonderland of Lights for guests to enjoy throughout the holiday season.   Each Friday, Saturday and Sunday going through December 17th, Woolaroc will have 750,000 lights for guests to enjoy from 5 p.m. ... read more »

Washington County SPCA Hosting Jingle Paws Event Dec. 9th

Nov 22, 2023

The Washington County SPCA is hosting a ‘Jingle Paws Market’ Dec. 9th from 9 a.m. through 6 p.m. There will be adoptable animals, pet pictures with Santa and more. Volunteer Coordinator Jari Bowers goes into more detail about the event.  If you are interested in getting a boo ... read more »

CVR Energy To Pay $23 Million For Excess Pollution

Nov 22, 2023

CVR Energy has agreed to pay more than $23 million in a settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice.   The settlement is in regards to the company's Coffeyville, Kansas refinery emitting excess sulfur dioxide. The Coffeyville Resources R ... read more »

Caney Continues Search For Long Term Water Solution

Nov 22, 2023

Water was once again the topic of discussion in Caney, Kansas.   During this week's City Council meeting, the council agreed to move forward with engineering and development for an emergency connection with Montgomery Consolidated Rural Water 1, and tabled the emergency connectio ... read more »

Osage Casino Has Shooting on Tuesday, Stabbing on Sunday

Nov 21, 2023

Update - 3:25 p.m. 11/22/2023 One person is dead after a Tuesday morning shooting at the new Osage Casino and Hotel in Bartlesville. According to Osage Nation Director of Communications Abby Mashunkashey, earlier reports that an Osage Nation Police Officer was responsible for this shooting ar ... read more »

Salvation Army Brings Thanksgiving Blessings

Nov 22, 2023

Just before 11 a.m. Wednesday, the doors to the Bartlesville Salvation Army opened to provide a bit of Thanksgiving love to those who need it the most.   Salvation Army Lt. Luke Swain says volunteers began preparing a community Thanksgiving Dinner on Monday to feed approximately 400 ... read more »

Thanksgiving Day Cooking Tips

Nov 22, 2023

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports that one in six Americans become ill from a foodborne illness, this according to the CDC. This is why the OSDH reminds everyone to practice safe procedures when preparing to cook meals for the Thanksgiving holiday.   When handling food, ... read more »

Hoboetry: A Unique Limited-Edition Vinyl Experience

Nov 22, 2023

  KWON'S COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Wednesday featured artist Morris McCorvey and producer Chris Cauthen as they talked about a very special recording project, "Hoboetry," set to go to vinyl but only if enough money can be raised to make it happen.   "Hoboetr ... read more »

Neurofeedback Therapy Now Offered at a Discount at Samaritan Counseling

Nov 21, 2023

At Samaritan Counseling & Growth Center in Bartlesville, their organization is committed to their motto of “You Talk, We Listen, Life Gets Better” through counseling services that integrate mind, body, spirit in our client care.     Appearing on COMMUNITY CO ... read more »

Lankford, Other Senators Sign Letter to Enforce Sanctions on Iran

Nov 21, 2023

Oklahoma Senator James Lankford signed a letter with fellow Republicans calling on President Joe Biden to enforce the oil sanctions on Iran, as mandated by Congress. The Senators also urge the Administration to freeze the $6 billion funding mechanism that was established in the hostage agreement ... read more »

Giving Tuesday Coming Up at Turpentine Creek

Nov 21, 2023

The biggest fundraising event of the year is coming up at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. Giving Tuesday is taking place next week and their goal is to raise $100,000. A generous donor has already guaranteed a match of $48,000.   At each financial milestone of $5,000, they will be ... read more »

Celebrate the Holidays in Dewey

Nov 21, 2023

  The city of Dewey is alive with the holiday spirit with plenty to celebrate!   Joining us on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Lori Herron shared with our audience just some of the big events coming up in the City of Dewey.     Dewey's Ch ... read more »

Bartlesville City Council Discusses Proposed Charter Amendments

Nov 20, 2023

The Bartlesville City Council held a long discussion Monday night on proposed amendments to the City Charter dealing with council terms, election dates, recall petitions and contracts.   Included in some of the items of discussion were whether or not to extend council member terms to ... read more »