Community Connection

Laura Robertson from Paths to Independence joined us to talk about the upcoming progressive dinner. (10-31)

Anthony Tucker, Candidate for the District 10 Oklahoma House Seat, spoke this morning. (10-30)

Sherri Wilt from the Chamber of Commerce, discussed, among other things, the upcoming Chamber After Hours event. (10-29)

Travis Dunlap, Candidate for the District 10 Oklahoma House Seat, spoke this morning. (10-28)

Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma Attorney General, talked about a multitude of topics, including crime mapping. (10-24)

Jean Jensen from Paths to Independence, talked about the upcoming fundraiser, their 3rd annual progressive dinner. (10-23)

Dr. Gary Quinn, Bartlesville Schools' Superintendent, outlined ongoings at the school. (10-22)

Mike McGrew, Ward 2 City Councilman, discussed the goings on in the city this morning. (10-21)

Patty Leach, Director of the Family Healthcare Clinic, discussed the United Way's help for her organization. (10-20)

Joy Hofmeister, candidate for State Superintendent, described her ideas for education in the state. (10-16)

Troy Martin and Dana Gore joined us to talk about the upcoming Downtown Ghost Walk. (10-15)

Dorea Potter talked about today's Taste of Home Cooking Show in Owasso. (10-14)

Abigail Singrey from United Way was joined by Robert Phillips from the YMCA to talk about the ongoing United Way campaign and how it helps the "Y." (10-13)

Patti Beavers and Melissa Rupprecht from Family Crisis and Counseling discussed how their organization helps those in need. (10-10) 

Jean Jensen, Co-Founder of Paths to Independence, previewed the 3rd Annual Progressive Dinner Party set for November 8th. (10-9)

Todd Lamb, Oklahoma's Lieutenant Governor, spoke with Charlie this morning. (10-8)

Tom Gorman, Mayor of the City of Bartlesville, discussed Monday night's meeting. (10-7)

Jason Barta, Executive Director for the Bartlesville Area Boys and Girls Club talked about how United Way helps his organization. (10-6)

Jennifer Ennis Community Relations Coordinator from Elder Care talked about upcoming events. (10-2)

Deshane Atkins and Judy Duvall from Price Tower Arts Center talked about the current exhibition as well as volunteer work. (10-1)

Dawn Venne, Vocational Director from EmployAbility Inc, talked about how the United Way assists her organization. (9-30)

Stacy and Anna from the Community Care Transitions Team previewed the upcoming health fair. (9-29)

Larry Thrash and Rod Nicholas spoke about the upcoming Western Heritage Days in Dewey. (9-26)

Lauren Green from the Bartlesville Symphony previewed their upcoming season. (9-26)

Sherri Smith and Abigail Singrey from the Bartlesville Regional United Way shared some success stories from local organizations the United Way assists. (9-25)

Chris Barton from Osage Enterprises gave an update on the latest with the Osage gaming and businesses. (9-23)

Larry Sanders and Diane Dixon, Instructors  from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute talked about their classes, World Religions and Metal Aerobics. (9-22)

Kristin Jones and Abigail Singrey from the United Way were joined by Majors Michael and Lori Barnhouse from the Salvation Army to talk about the UW's ongoing fundraising campaign. (9-19) 

Morris McCorvey Executive Director for the Westside Center talked about the fall Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Classes. (9-18)

Chris Tanea, Bartlesville Public Schools Community Relations Coordinator gave us the latest update from the school system. (9-17)

Bartlesville Vice-Mayor Ted Lockin was in to discuss the previous evening's meeting. (9-16)

Abigail Singrey, Patti Beavers and Kristin Lambert, representing the United Way and the Family Crisis and Counseling Center talked about the ongonig United Way Campaign and the fundraiseer set for Saturday. (9-12)

Kay Little, Barbara Garrison and Vicki Stewart from OLLI talked about the upcoming classes. (9-10)

Pam Crawford, Board Member of the Girl Scouts of Eastern OK, spoke with us about Pearls and Pinot set for Sept. 29. (9-9)

Larry Thrash talked about the upcoming Western Heritage Weekend. (9-8)

Mike Dunlap, County Commissioner, discussed the ogings on in the county including the free fair and road and bridge projects. (9-5)

Members of the United Way joined us to talk about the ongoing Fund Drive. (9-4)

Dorea Potter announced that tickets for the Owasso Taste of Home Cooking School are now for sale. (9-2) 

Jim Bridenstine was interviewed in August, this is the interview. (9-2)

Pam Pollock reminded us of the Washington County Free Fair set for this weekend. (9-1)

Lisa Jander, Author of Dater's Ed talked about safe teen dating. (8-29)

Diana Garrett and Trish Wooldridge from Dynamic Independence previewed the upcoming Accessible Festival set for September 6. (8-29)

Beth DeGeer spoke about the electronic items available at the Bartlesville Public Library. (8-28)

Sherri Wilt from the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce updated us on the latest goings on at The Chamber. (8-27)

Charlie Daniels and Kristin Jones from the Boy Scouts discussed how United Way assists the organization. (8-26)

Nolan Jones and M'liss Jenkins from Washington County Suicide Prevention joined us this morning. (8-25)

Gubernatorial Candidate Joe Dorman described some planks in his platform this morning. (8-22)

Abigail Singrey, Jody Burch, and Kristin Jones from the Bartlesville Regional United Way discussed the upcoming fundraising campaign. (8-22)

Chad Perceful and Jeff Burress from East Cross UMC announced that East Cross is releasing a CD at Sunday's Annual Beach Party. (8-21)

Dr. Gary Quinn updated us on school construction and other events in the Bartlesville School District. (8-20)

Doanne Nguyen, City Councilor for Ward 4 joined us to discuss proceedings of Monday's Bartlesville City Council Meeting. (8-19)

Pam Pollock, Washington County Free Fair Manager talked about the need for volunteers for the  upcoming 100th Washington County Free Fair. (8-18)

Jim Stanton Race Chairman for the 12th Annual Run For Relief talked about the upcoming race. (8-15)

Kristin Jones, Abigail Singrey from the Bartlesville Regional United Way and Dejah Covick from the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma talked about upcoming United Way events. (8-14) 

Ruth Nicolaus joined us to talk about the ongoing 106th Inter-State Fair and Rodeo in Coffeyville. (8-12)

Suzanne Jette-Duhon talked about this weekend's Samaritan Sports Spectacular featuring OSU's Baseball Coach, Josh Holliday. (8-11)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liaison form Family Crisis and Counseling reviewed the Mad Hatter Tea Party and talked about the services at Family Crisis and Counseling. (8-8)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Coordinator for Elder Care talked about the latest at Elder Care. (8-7)

Carol Whitebrook, Cherokee Area Council Scout Executive talked about the life learning programs that are part of the BSA as well as upcoming activities. (8-6)

Amy Hailey from the Price Tower Arts Center joined us to outline the Family Arts Festival. (8-4)

Pam Pollock, Washington County Free Fair Manager talked about the 100th Annual Free Fair, set for September 2-6. (8-1)

Mirelle Onukwube and Brad Doenges talked about the Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville this morning. (7-31)

Sheri Wilt from the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce talked about upcoming chamber events and the launch of the new BACC Webpage set for Friday. (7-30)

Ed Gordon was joined by Police Chief Tom Holland and Utilities Director Terry Lauritsen to talk about the state of the city. (7-28)

Dorea Potter talked about the upcoming Bartlesville Radio Auction set for Saturday morning. (7-25)

Carol Beck, Vice President of the Washington County School Supply Drive talked about the upcoming pack the backpacks school supply drive. (7-24)

Chris Tanea Community Relations Coordinator for Bartlesville Schools previewed the upcoming school year. (7-23)

Tom Gorman, Mayor of Bartlesville, updated us on the latest goings on in Bartlesville. (7-22) 

Ann Cleary, Board Member from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute @ OSU talked about new classes starting Sept. 22. (7-18)

Tracye Caughell, Children's Musical Theatre Producer discussed this weekend's performance of Peter Pan. (7-15)

Tami Brinkman outlines this year's annual radio auction coming up next Saturday. (7-14)

Sylvia Starr Community Liaison for Family Crisis and Counseling Center talked about the anonymous address program. (7-11)

Dan Gordon and Joe Sears joined us to talk about the Tallgrass Theatre Festival. (7-10)

Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb spoke this morning about his latest trip to Washington D.C. (7-9)

Ted Lockin, Bartlesville Vice-Mayor, outlined Monday evening's City Council Meeting. (7-8)

Joe Sears and Troy Martin talked about Theater Bartlesville and the upcoming Audition Workshops. (7-7)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Coordinator from Elder Care was with us this morning. (7-3)

Amy Hailey from the Price Tower Arts Center talked about the 4th of July Holiday Hours at the Price Tower as well as upcoming events. (7-2)

Ray Rothko of the Astra Arts Festival outlined this year's events. (7-1)

Sherri Smith, Founding Board Member of the Washington County School Supply Drive announced the opening of enrollment for the program. (6-30)

Vicki Walden discussed the Conerstone Classical Academy Thursday morning. (6-26)

Sheri Wilt from the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce joined us this morning. (6-25)

Chris Barton from Osage Enterprises described some of the tasty things found at the Osage Casinos. (6-24)

Mark Brashear and Tara Owens previewed the upcoming H.O.T. Street Party. (6-23)

Evelyn Rogers, Candidate for US Senate joined us to talk about her platform. (6-20)

Markwayne Mullin, Oklahoma Congressman, discussed politics this morning. (6-19)

Todd Lamb, Oklahoma Lt. Governor, joined us to discuss Oklahoma summer activities. (6-18)

Mike McGrew, Ward 4 Bartlesville City Councilman, joined us for discussion. (6-17)

Sharon Hurst and Dejah Covick, Chair and Co-Chair, respectively, of Freedom Fest, discussed the annual 4th of July event in Bartlesville. (6-16)

Moni Heinrich and Janet Vermillion from the Ramona Chamber of Commerce joined us to talk about this weekend's Caney Valley Homecoming celebration. (6-13)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liaison for the Family Crisis and Counseling Center spoke with us this morning. (6-13)

Carol Lynn Fry and Kevin Mnich from Pegasus Productions spoke about the upcoming art walk as well as the life size puppet shows to be presented to the public Friday. (6-11)

Joe Dorman, Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate outlined his platform. (6-10)

Ed Gordon, Mike Bailey, and Terry Lauritsen from the City of Bartlesville discussed the latest developments in the city. (6-9)

Mitch Antle, Community Development Officer from Washington County Community Development, discusses Smart 911 and Homeowner's Insurance Affordability Act. (6-6)

Randy Thompson, Executive Director for OK Mozart, and Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Coordinator for Elder Care, discuss their respective organizations. (6-5)

Judy Duvall and Amy Haley from the Price Tower Arts Center previewed the newest feature in the gallery. (6-4)

Ted Lockin, Vice-Mayor and Doann Nguyen, Council Member, joined us from the Bartlesville City Council and discussed Monday evening's meeting. (6-3)

Andy Craig, Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate joined us for a discussion about his candidacy. (6-2)

Aaron Delozier, Independent candidate for U.S. Senate talked about his candidacy for the seat and why he's running. (5-30)

Erick Wyatt, Republican candidate for the 6 year U.S. Senate seat. (5-29)

Sherri Wilt, President of the Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce. (5-28)

D. Jean McBride-Samuels, Republican candidate for the 6 year U.S. Senate seat. (5-27)

Don Clifford, President of the Caney Valley Antique Power Association talked about the upcoming CVAPA Tractor Show. (5-23)

Kevin Crow, Candidate for U.S. Senate, set forth his platform. (5-22) 

Natalie May and Pam Patteson previewed the upcoming SUNFEST festivities. (5-21)

Gary Quinn, Bartlesville Public Schools Superintendent talked about the closing of the school year and gave updates on the 2013 bond issue. (5-21)

David Preston, Executive Director of the OKWU Foundation, discussed the Foster Bonanza Fundraiser. (5-20)

Tom Gorman, Bartlesville Mayor, outlined Monday's city council meeting, including the budget forum. (5-20)

Bill Viner, Candidate for Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner spoke about his candidacy. (5-19)

Dorea Potter shared information about the Bartlesville Ladies Connection. (5-19)


John Doak
, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner, was in earlier this week and recorded this interview. He discusses the film about the Moore Tornado, "Where Was God?" (5-16)

Markwayne Mullin joined us to discuss the need for citizen legislators. (5-15)

Andrea Dreiden from Jane Phillips talked about the 1 year anniversary of the Congestive Heart Failure Clinic at Bluestem Cardiology as well as the upcoming heart walk. (5-13)

Ann Cleary from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute spoke with us about the summer courses beginning May 20. (5-12) 

Sylvia Starr, Community Liaison from Family Crisis and Counseling joined us for today's Community Connection. (5-9)

Emmerich Lakadosch, KenHarris, and Carol Ervin previewed this weekend's Oldies 'N Goodies Car Show. (5-8)

Amy Haley and Judy Duvall from the Price Tower talked about the Arts Center and the Hotel at the historic building. (5-7)

Dale Copeland, Ward 5 City Councilman, discussed Monday's City Council Meeting. (5-6)

Mike Bishop from the Pine Mountain Theater in Eureka Springs talked about the beauty of the area and the Great Passion Play. (5-5)

Brad Johnson, Washington County Treasurer joined us to talk about what it is his office does. (5-2)

Jennifer Ennis from Elder Care previewed their upcoming fundraiser, The Good, the Bad and the Bar-b-que. (5-1) 

Sheri Wilt, President of the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce reviewed the Rebranding Bartlesville Forum.  (4-30)

Lauren Green and LeeGroth Olsen from the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra previewed the upcoming Disney Concert this weekend. (4-29)

Errol Hada, Director of the Lighthouse Outreach Center spoke with us about what services are offered at the lighthouse and how you can get involved. (4-28)

Chris Barton, Osage Nation Enterprises Spokesman, updated us on the latest at the casino especially a free lunch buffet for mothers on Mothers' Day. (4-25)

Superintendent Gary Quinn updated us on the latest from Bartlesville Schools. (4-23)

Ted Lockin, Bartlesville Vice-Mayor, discussed the latest from Bartlesville City Council. (4-22)

David Emery from Phillips 66 and Daryl Worley from the City of Bartlesville talked about this Saturday's Operation Clean House. (4-21)

Reborn Fellowship Church has something special planned for Easter. We get more from Bishop Glenn Dickson

Green Country Ranch Rodeo is coming.  We get more from Lester Gagin, Tim Fuller, and Angel Barrows.

Wesleyan Christian School Students are asking for your participation in a service project.  We get more from Director of Development, Jan Boomer.

Chad Perceful, Associate Pastor from East Cross United Methodist Church talked with us about Holy Week Services, including Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday. (4-15)

Mike Wilt from the Bluestem Foundation, alerted us to the upcoming Heart Walk. (4-14)

Lee GrothOlsen, General Manager for the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, previewed their Alt*Aft concert, "The Composer is Dead." (4-10)

Josh Peek, PRCA Competition Cowboy, chatted with us about the ProRodeo National Championship to be held this weekend in Guthrie. (4-9)

Mike McGrew, Ward 2 City Councilman, updated us on the latest goings on from the City of Bartlesville. (4-8)

Dorea Potter excited us with tasty information about the Taste of Home Cooking School. (4-7)

Jennifer Ennis Community Relations Coordinator for Elder Care informed us about this year's "The Good The Bad and The Bar-b-que." (4-3)

Christy Johnson joined us to talk about the upcoming Lady's Connection event set for the 10th. (4-2)

Mirelle Onukwube from the Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville told us about the upcoming Harley Party. (4-1)

Kevin Mnich from Theater Bartlesville enticed us with information about the upcoming play "Fox on the Fairway." (3-31)

Jean Jenson from Paths to Independence reminded us that April is Autism Awareness Month. (3-28)

Marty Scott from Liverpool Legends talked about their upcoming concert in Bartlesville. (3-28)

Chris Barton from Osage Enterprises, discussed the new boutique hotels in Skiatook and Ponca City. (3-27)

Sherri Wilt, President of the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce, gave a chamber update and reminded us to shop local. (3-26)

Amy Haley, Director of Marketing and Foundation Development for Price Tower Arts Center shared information about the upcoming Egg Drop at the Price Tower. (3-25)

Jamie Dunn from the Taste of Home Cooking School previewed the upcoming event. (3-24)

Markwayne Mullin, Second District Congressman talked about the latest out of Washington. (3-20)

Chris Tanea, Community Relations Coordinator for Bartlesville Public Schools, talked about teacher of the year results and gave a construction update. (3-19)

Ed Gordon, Terry Lauritsen and Mike Bailey from the City of Bartlesville talked about the latest from the city. (3-18)

Joy Collins and other members of Bartians For Academic Freedom described their worries about Common Core. (3-17)

Phyllis Wood and Sylvia Star from Family Crisis and Counseling talked about the batterers program. (3-14)

Lt. Governor Todd Lamb joined us this morning for our Community Connection. (3-13)

Dan Gordon, Writer and Director talked about his upcoming play, "The Kingdom of Democracy" (3-12)

Jamie Wood and Mark Haskell from Mary Martha Outreach described the upcoming Shamrock The 'Ville coming up March 15th. (3-11)

Jeanice Robertson-Young from the Washington County Chapter of the Red Cross spoke with us about their upcoming Chili Feed. (3-10)

Jamie Dunn tantalized us with talk about the upcoming Taste of Home Cooking School. (3-7)

Lester Gagan and Janet Vermillion from the Ramona Chamber of Commerce joined us to talk about the Chamber's Celebration Banquet set for the 14th. (3-5)

Dale Copeland, Bartlesville Ward 5 City Councilman recapped Monday evening's city council meeting. (3-4)

Dawn Lundwall, JPMC Manager of Wellness Services told us about the upcoming 2014 Heart Walk. (3-3)

Kelsey Stevens, Flowco Coordinator described the Flowco Program, a 5k walk.jog training program beginning March 17th. (2-28)

Aunt Pearl, Joe Sears, and Rita Barnes spoke with us about tonight's Mardi Gras Party to be held at the Community Center. (2-28)

Maestro Lauren Green of the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra previewed this weekend's concert, Music with a View. (2-27)

Sheri Wilt from the Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce started by reviewing the Business and Home Show, then talked about manufacturing in Bartlesville. (2-26)

Kent Butler previewed this season's Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs. (2-25)

Jamie Dunn, talked about the upcoming Taste of Home Cooking School. (2-24)

Tami Brinkman previewed Sarurday's Spring and Bridal Show. (2-21)

Mayor Tom Gorman discussed Tuesday's City Council Meeting this morning. (2-19)

Chris Tanea, Bartlesville Schools Public Relations Coordinator discussed Monday night's School Board meeting. (2-18)

John Monroe, Natural Vision Improvement Educator talked about eye health. (2-17)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liaison for Family Crisis & Counseling spoke with us about their Dating Violence Prevention Program. (2-14)

Chris Barton from Osage Business Enterprises shared some of the specials going on at the casino for Valentines Day. (2-13)

Tami Brinkman informs us about The Spring and Bridal Fashion Show as part of this morning's Community Connection. (2-11)

Kimberly Wright who plays Audrey in Theatre Bartlevsille's upcoming show "Little Shop of Horrors" tells us about the show. (2-10)

Mike Bouvier, Washington County Commissioner, talked with us about biking and bike lanes on roads. (2-8)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Director for Elder Care spoke with us about the things Elder Care does for its residents. (2-6)

City Councilman Ted Lockin joined us this morning and discussed TIF districts. (2-4)

Fran Stallings introduced her OLLI class, "Topics in StoryTELLING." (2-3)

Daryl Doughty from OLLI talked with us about his class, "Our Neighbor, the Sky". (1-30)

Jan Dreiling filled us in on more upcoming classes from OLLI. (1-28)

Charlene Dew, from Big Brothers Big Sisters spoke with us about the upcoming Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser. (1-27)

Brad Pleima from Bartlett & West told us about the free showing of "The Cherokee Word for Water" set for Feb. 7th at the Community Center. (1-24)

Constantine Kitsopoulos, Artistic Director for OK Mozart, invites you to join him for the Launch Party. (1-23)

Morris McCorvey Instructor from the Oklahoma Lifelong Learning Institute talked with us about the classes to be offered in February. (1-22)

Ward 2 Representative Mike McGrew of the Bartlesville City Council filled us in on the latest in the city. (1-21)

Get signed up for one or more of the OLLI @ OSU courses in Bartlesville.  Find out more from Friday's Community Connection.  (1-17)

Lee Groth-Olson and David Kazmierzak from the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra preview Saturday night's concert. (1-16)

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt commented on the Federal Court ruling on the state's constitutional amendment defining marriage and on the Affordable Care Act (1-15)

Ed Gordon and Chief Tom Holland update several items on City Matters (1-13)

Charlene Dew of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma tells how you can get involved with Bowl For Kids Sake or be paired with a young person is a Big Brother/Big Sister. (1-13)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liason for Family Crisis and Counseling Center told us that January is Stalking Awareness Month and told us how to protect ourselves. (1-10)

County Assessor Todd Mathes talked about the record high assessment of Washington County. (1-3)

Jennifer Ennis Community Relations Coordinator for Elder Care talked about the latest goings on at Elder Care. (1-2)

Today was a special Community Connection looking back at the top events of 2013. (1-1)

Dorea Potter spoke with us about the Bartlesville Ladies Connection. (12-31)

Carol Whitebook from the Cherokee Area Council of Boy Scouts of America talked with us about the upcoming Friends of Scouting Patron Dinner set for February 27. (12-30)

Congressman Jim Bridenstine joined us to talk about fiscal responsibility in government. (12-27)

John Lamb from Bartlesville's Crimestoppers talked about the organization and what it does in the community. (12-26)

Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma's Attorney General, spoke with us about the affordable care act and Oklahoma's lawsuit challenging the A.C.A. (12-23)

Chris Barton from Osage Casino talked about the Green Country Christmas Drawing and their upcoming New Year's Eve Party. (12-19)

Chris Tanea, Community Relations Coordinator for Bartlesville Schools keeps us updated on events at the school, including the latest on the bond issue. (12-18)

Vice Mayor Ted Lockin spoke about last night's Bartlesville City Council Meeting. (12-17)

Dorea Potter outlined this years Green Country Christmas grand prize drawing set for Friday, December 20. (12-16)

Randy Weatherly, Co-chairman of Daybreak Rotary joined us to talk aobut the Fantasyland of Lights. (12-12)

Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb joined us this morning to outline charitable organizations across the state. (12-11)

Chad Perceful, Jeff Burres and Ariel Ortega from East Cross United Methodist Church informed us about their choir cantata and Christmas Eve Services. (12-10)

Band Leader Corky of Corky Davis and the Cowboy Swing told us about their show this Saturday at Theater Bartlesville. (12-9)

Ruth Nash from the Miracle Temple joined us to talk about the upcoming Rudy Awards. (12-6)

Kieth Henry Bartlesville Director of  Public Works outlines what his crews are doing to combat the slick streets. (12-6)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Coordinator for Elder Care spoke with us about the Christmas Celebration coming up on the 19th. (12-5)

Lizabeth Rolfson and Beth Knudsen talked with us about the upcoming Bartlesville Nativity Showcase, Christmas Concert and Canned Food Drive set for this weekend. (12-4)

Ted Lockin spoke with us about Monday night's City Council meeting. (12-3)

Dayne McCoy joined us to talk about Downtown Bartlesville Inc's "Holidays in the 'Ville" event. (11-29)

Jerry Yarnell, judge for the Artfest 2013, talks about the event coming up on Dec. 6, 7, 8. (11-28)

Sherri Wilt from the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce joined us to talk about upcoming events with the chamber. (11-27)

Martie Halter, Founder of the Bartlesville Motorcycle Toy Run, talked with us about the upcoming 26th annual Bartlesville Toy Run set for December 7th. 

Jody Burch, Interim Director of Bartlesville United Way, talked about what The United Way does with your donations. (11-22)

Stacy Garrett and Linda Hendricks from the Community Care Transitions Team talked about their upcoming health fair. (11-21) 

Chris Tanea, Bartlesvill Schools Community Relations Coordinator, discussed the recently released A-F report card for the district. (11-20)

Mike McGraw, Bartlesville Ward 2 City Councilman talked about sales tax and how it helps the city. (11-19)

Fran Stallings of the Green Country Tallgrass Tellers told us about the upcoming Tellabration set for Saturday. (11-18)

We started off the week by talking about Green Country Christmas, Monday was the first day tickets were drawn for winners. (11-16)

Pat Netzer and Ann Cleary from the Women's Network talked with us about their November 24th reception for the final volume of Taproots. (11-15)

Becky Simpson and Dejah Covick from the Girl Scouts talked about how the United Way and how it helps them. (11-14)

Lt. Governor Todd Lamb joined us this morning to talk about schools and the economics of the state. (11-13)

Lauren Green and Lee Groth Olson of the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra previewed their Rodgers and Hammerstein concert this weekend. (11-12)

Morris McCorvey, Executive Director of the Westside Community Center, talked about how the United Way helps The Center and the ongoing United Way Fund Drive. (11-11)

Karen Wilson explained to us about Lifesaver International, a public safety program to protect and find missing persons due to wandering. (11-8)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liason for Family Crisis and Couseling shared some success stories with us this morning. (11-8)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Coordinator for Eldercare, was joined by Jody Burch of United Way to talk about how United Way helps and why its important to donate. (11-7)

Barbara Schmidt, Co-chair of the Projects Division of the Pilot Club of Bartlesville, talked with us about their antique show running this weekend. (11-6)

Dorea Potter told us about everyone's favorite giveaway, Green Country Christmas. (11-6)

Dale Copeland, Ward 5 City Councilman for Bartlesville talked with us about Monday's City Council meeting and told us about free leaf and grass collection coming up. (11-5)

Keith Sheffield, Executive Director of the Samaritan Counseling and Growth Center joined us to talk about the United Way Campaign. (11-4)

Lauren Thompson of Wesleyan Christian School talked about the Veterans' Day Program set for November 11th at Bartlesville Municipal Airport. (11-4)

Jean Jensen, Board President of Paths to Independence School, described how her school helps children with autism. (11-1)

Mitch Antle, Washington County Community Development Officer, discussed Enhanced 911 and Grographic Information Systems. (11-1)

Lizabeth Rolfson and Warren Mayer from Theater Bartlesville talked about their upcoming show, The Real Inspector Hound. (10-31)

Susan Mueller, Director of the Bartlesville Choral Society, previewed the season and Sunday's concert. (10-30)

Tami Brinkman previews the upcoming Green Country Christmas Campaign. (10-30)

We review Rick Santorum's visit to Oklahoma Wesleyan University to preview his new film. (10-29)

Michael Costillo and Karla Jones from the OESC talked about opportunities for job training. (10-28)

Stacy Garrett from the Community Care Transitions Team was in to tell us about their upcoming Transitions of Care Health Fair. (10-25)

Patty Leach, Executive Director of the Family Healthcare Clinic talked about how money from the United Way campaign helps her organization. (10-24)

Chris Tanea, Community Relations Coordinator for Bartlesville Schools, gave an update on all things school realted. (10-23)

Dale Copeland, Bartlesville Ward 5 City Councilman talked about what's going on in the city of Bartlesville. (10-22)

Major Michael Barnhouse and Major Lori Barnhouse from The Salvation Army talked with Jody Burch from the United Way about the fund-raising campaign that is currently ongoing. (10-21)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liaison from Family Crisis and Counseling Center was joined by Jody Burch from The United Way to talk about the ongoing United Way campaign. (10-18)

Lauren Green, Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra Music Director, previewed the rest of the 2013-2014 season. (10-17)

Mark Doyen from the Tuxedo Lions Club and Terri Koonce from Prevent Blindness Oklahoma discussed thier cooperative effort to provide free vision screenings in Bartlesville. (10-16)

Robert Phillips, CEO of Richard Kane Family YMCA, together with Jody Burch from the United Way talked about the ongoing United Way Fundraising Campaign. (10-15)

Lt. Governor Todd Lamb discussed ongoing events in the state and the country. (10-14)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liaison for Family Crisis and Counseling, joined us to tell us about Dancing for a Cause, a fundraising event to be held Oct. 12 starting at 6:30 (10-11)

Mirelle Pierini, Director of Resource Development and Marketing for the Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville, talked about how the United Way's campaign helps her organization. (10-10)

Deshane Atkins, Judy DuVall, and Lori Esser from the Price Tower Arts Center excited us with information about the Family Arts Festival set for this Saturday. (10-9)

Mike McGrew Ward 2 City Councilman spoke about Monday evening's City Council meeting. (10-8)

Jamie Wood, Executive Director of Mary Martha Outreach was joined by United Way Interim Director Jody Burch to further our understanding of the United Way campaign. (10-7)

Dawn Venne, Employability Director of Vocational Services, joined United Way interim Director Jody Burch to talk about the ongoing funraising campaign. (10-4)

Jennifer Ennis, Elder Care Community Relations Director, talked with us about Elder Care's Flu Clinic and other medical programs. (10-3)

Sherri Smith, Agape's Executive Director, Edith Francis and Jimilyn McKeehan, both from Green Country Village, joined Interim Director of Bartlesville Area United Way to talk about their ongoing campaign. (10-2)

Carol Whitebook, Scout Executive for the Cerokee Area Council joined Jody Burch, Interim Director for United Way on this morning's Community Connection. (9-30)

Jody Burch, Interim Director for United Way of Bartlesville, gave an update on their annual campaign. (9-27)

Dorea Potter told us about the upcoming Taste of Home Cooking Show coming up on the 1st in Owasso. (9-26)

Sheri Wilt from the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce talked about economic development and quality of life in Bartlesville. (9-25)

Larry Thrash, Rod Nicholas and Calli Newman joined us to talk about the upcoming Dewey Wild West Show. (9-24)

Jody Burch, Abigail Singrey, and Cherie Carrington from the Bartlesville Regional United Way talked about their ongoing fundraising program. (9-23)

Dr. Martin Banschbach, who teaches one of the Osher Lifelong Learning courses in Bartlesville talked about some of the topics in his course which begins Wednesday, September 25th. (9-19)

Chris Tanea, Bartlesville Public Schools Community Relations Director updated us on what's going on around the school district. (9-18)

Mike McGrew, Ward 2 City Councilor explained conduit financing. (9-17)

Roy Hamilton, a cultural specialist for the Cherokee Nation, told us about his OLLI class, The Story of the Cherokee People. (9-16)

Sylvia Star from Family Crisis and Counseling, joined us for today's Community Connection (9-13)

Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb talked about the special session of the Oklahoma State Legislature. (9-11)

Joey Eidson, Principal of Madison Middle School was joined by Hannah King, Max Goad, and Tommy Lindsly, Madison students to talk about the upcoming Mustang Run. (9-10)

Stella Shoff, Co-Leader of The Washington County Suicide Prevention Coalition announced the start of Suicide Prevention Week. (9-9)

Sgt. Brandon Cranor and Ofc. Derrin Jorgensen from the Washington County Sheriff's Office explained the "About Face" Program. (9-6)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Coordinator for Elder Care, updated us on the Senior Seminar Strategy Series. (9-5)

Jody Burch, a member of the Bartlesville Public Schools' Long Range Facilities Planning Committee joined us and explained more about the upcoming September 10th Bond Election. (9-4)

Mike McGrew, Ward 2 City Councilman from Bartlesville talked about last night's City Council Meeting. (9-4)

Brent Johannsen of the US Title Series spoke with us about the event this weekend. (9-3)

Pam Pollock from the Washington County Free Fair updated us on the fair this weekend. (9-2)

Pam Crawford of the Girl Scouts brought cookies and information about the Girl Scouts Centennial Celebration. (8-30)

Tracye Caughell joined us to talk about the upcoming school bond election set for September 10th. (8-30)

Diane Dixon, an instructor for OLLI gave an introduction to her class about Mental Aerobics. (8-29)

Sheri Wilt from the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce spoke with us about the Legislative Golf Tournament. (8-28)

Robert Wadsworth and Linda Sheets from Hope Medical Clinic talked with us about their clinic. (8-27)

Kay Little and Betty Kein, presenters from OLLI talked about The Civil War in Indian Territory. (8-26)

Pam Pollock was back and updated us on the upcoming Washington County Free Fair. (8-23)

RuthAnn Sirbaugh was joined by Nikki Hannah, both from the OLLI, and outlined the Beyond Aging Well course. (8-22)

Chris Tanea, Community Relations Coordinator for Bartlesville Public Schools updated us on ongoing construction projects. (8-21)

Dale Copeland, Ward 5 Bartlesville City Councilman, discussed the purchase of land for the new safety complex. (8-20)

RuthAnn Sirbaugh, Director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of Oklahoma State University talked about classes being held in Bartlesville this fall.

Jo Griffith joined us this morning to talk about the Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival to be held September 12-15. (8-16)

The upcoming Green Country Championships were discussed this morning. (8-15)

Jim Stanton and Tammie Lewis, representatives from the Washington County Red Cross informed us about the upcoming 5k run here in Bartlesville. (8-13)

Sherri Smith and Brenda Williamson from the Agape Mission of Bartlesville talked with us about the upcoming Empty Bowls event. (8-12)

Sylvia Starr, Leasha Snell, Marilyn Powell and Chance Parsons from Family Crisis and Counseling and the Washington County Anti-Drug Network joined us this morning. (8-9)

Charlene Dew from the Bartlesville Big Brothers and Big Sisters talked about the need for 'Bigs'. (8-8)

Ruth Nicholas talked with us about the upcoming Interstate Fair and Rodeo. (8-7)

Dale Copeland, Bartlesville City Councilman, discussed the expansion of the City's safety center. (8-6) 

Pam Pollock was back and updated us on entry forms for the Washington County Free Fair. (8-5)

Pam Pollock, Washington County Free Fair Manager, described some of the events in the upcoming 99th Annual Washington County Free Fair. (8-2)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Director for Elder Care, told us about their upcoming Senior Strategies Seminar (8-1)

Sheri Wilt, Executive Director of the Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce, explained the sales tax holiday. (7-31)

Chris Barton of Osage Nation Enterprises gave an update on their latest. (7-30)

Congressman Markwayne Mullin spoke with us about Obamacare. (7-29)

Dorea Potter and Kaitlin Loyd talked with us about tomorrow's Radio Auction. (7-26)

Sherri Smith and Carol Beck were in this morning to talk about the Washington County School Supply Drive. (7-25)

Pam Pollock, Washington County Free Fair Manager told us about the upcoming 99th Annual Washington County Free Fair. (7-23)

Sherri Smith, Executive Director of the Agape Mission, explained about the Empty Bowls Event coming up August 20. (7-22)

Chris Wilson, Director of Downtown Bartlesville spoke with us about new businesses downtown. (7-19)

Chris Tanea, Community Relations Coordinator for Bartlesville Public Schools updated us on what's going in around the school district. (7-17)

Dale Copeland, Bartlesville City Councilman, talked about Monday night's City council meeting. (7-16)

Betty Keim, Educational Coordinator for the Bartlesville Area History Museum introduced us to their summer camp, (7-15)

Sylvia Starr and Leasha Snell joined us from Family Crisis and Counseling this morning. (7-12)

Charlene Dew and Shelley Kostez from Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Oklahomatalked about The Big Event August 24th. (7-11)

D'Lynn Everett, told us about the YMCA Sing, Dance, Act Broadway Workshop (7-9)

Mark Brashear, Co-Chair of the HOT Street Party, talked with us about the plans for the opening event this friday. (7-8)

Brad Johnson, Washington County Treasurer, talked with us about his job and the treasurer's office. (7-5)

Jennifer Ennis from Elder Care spoke with us on this Fourth of July. (7-4) 

Stella Sheff, a voluteer with the Washington County Suicide Prevention Coalition and Survivors Support Group talked this morning about Suicide Awareness/Prevention. (7-3)

Ted Lockin, Bartlesville's Vice-Mayor spoke with us this morning about Monday's City Council Meeting. (7-2)

Carol Beck and Sherri Smith from the Washington County Supply Drive talked about the Pack the Backpacks campaign. (6-28)

Waymond White, President of the Kiwanis Club, talked about events occuring at this year's Freedom Fest. (6-27)

Dorea Potter talked about the upcoming radio auction and the Bartlesville Ladies Connection (6-25)

Waymond White, Kiwanis President, and D'Lynn Everett, Freedom Fest Entertainment Coordinator, talk with us about some of the new activities for this year's Freedom Fest. (6-21)

Members of the Tulsa Praise Orchestra talked about their upcoming concert set for June 23rd at the Highland Park Baptist Church. (6-20)

Chris Tanea, Community Relations Coordinator for Bartlesville Public School discussed ongoing construction projects across the district. (6-19)

Mike McGrew, City Councilman for Bartlesville's Ward 2 talked about the recent 1/2 cent sales tax election and Monday night's City Council meeting. (6-18)

Cardiologist, Dr. Anderson Mehrle talked about Men's Health Month, June, this morning. (6-17)

Rachel Wittenbach, Oklahoma Distinguished Young Woman for 2013, talked to us about preparing for the national competition. (6-14)

Sylvia Starr and Brenda Williamson from the Family Crisis and Counseling Center explained the services they provide to the city. (6-14) 

Lori Esser from the Price Tower Arts Center and Chris Wilson, Executive Director for the Bartlesville Art Walk, told us about the Art Walk scheduled for this weekend. (6-13)

Jamie Hardesty and Lesa Foster from the American Cancer Society spoke about the upcoming relay for life. (6-12)

Rick Floyd, a voluteer at the Frank Phillips' Home, and Jackie Bunce spoke about flag raising ceremonies to be held this week. (6-11)

Heather Robison, Val Callaghan, and Tara Owens from the Comittee for City Progress talked about the upcoming 1/2 cent sales tax election. (6-10)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relations Coordinator spoke to us about Elder Care. (6-6)

Stella Shoff, Traci Yorman, Andri McCollough, M'Liss Jenkins, and Dr. Pam Grossman, Facilitators for Survivors of Suicide talked about the local suicide support group, "Survivor". (6-5)

Bartlesville City Manager Ed Gordon, Utility Director Terry Lauritsen, and Former Mayor Julie Daniels were in studio to talk about the 1/2 cent sales tax election.

Karen WIlson and D'Lynn Everett of the Bartlesville Downtown Kiwanis Club talked about the upcoming Freedom Fest.

Cheryl Hawkins and Joe Sears were in this morning to talk about Cheryl's show "Altered States" showing this weekend as part of Theatre Bartlesville's Tallgrass Theatre Festival. (5-31)

Julie Daniels, Mitch Matthiesen, Troy Zellers, and Val Callaghan talked about the upcoming 1/2 cent sales tax election. (5-30)

Joe Sears, better known as Aunt Pearl, spoke with us this morning. (5-29)

Gail Inman talks about this Antique and Collectible Association's Antique Show scheduled for June 1st at the Washington County Fair Building.

Don Clifford highlight's the activities for this year's Caney Valley Antique Power Association's Pioneer Days (5-27).

Natalie May spoke this morning about the upcoming Sunfest celebration.

Jamie Hardesty, Volunteer Committee Member spoke with us about this year's upcoming Relay for Life. (5-23)

Constantine Kitsopoulos, Artistic Director for OK Mozart, spoke with us about this year's festival. (5-22)

Dale Copeland, Bartlesville City Councilman, talked about the 1/2 cent capital improvement project sales tax this morning. (5-21)

David Roman, Robert and Naomi Lanier from Eagle Lighthouse Tabernacle were our guests this morning. (5-20)

Mayor Tom Gorman, former Mayor, Julie Daniels, representative for Oklahoma Wesleyan University Courtney Soland, and representative from 66 Federal Credit Union Lacy Longacre, were in this morning talking about the City half cent Capital Improvement Campaign. (5-17)

Lori Esser, Marketing & Development Director for the Price Tower Arts Center talked about the new Samara Exhibit opening this week. (5-16)

Linda Lowe, Volunteer Coordinator for the Washington County SPCA spoke with us about volunteering. (5-15)

Tara Owens and Mark Brashear spoke about the HOT Street Party set for this Friday night. (5-14)

Jackie Bunce, Lead of Patriot Employee Networks at Conoco Phillips,and Rick Loyd, Board member of Friends of Franl Phillips Home, were is this morning for Community Connection talking about Community Flag Day Events. (5-13)

Sylvia Starr, Community Liasion for Family Crisis and Counseling Center, Inc., was in this morning for Community Connections. (5-10)

Jim French, Emmerich Lakadoseh, and Carol Erwin of Oldies and Goodies Car Club and DBI Inc, were this morning's guest on Community Connections. (5-8)

Community Connection welcomes City Mayor Tom Gorman on today's program. (5-7)

On today's community connection, representatives from The Young Professionals of Bartlesville, Tara Owens and Lori Esser were in talking about the May 17th Hot Street Party. (5-6)

Washington County Assessor, Todd Mathes, was in this morning for Community Connection. (5-3)

Community Relations Coordinator of Elder Care, Jennifer Enis, was in this morning visiting with Charlie on Community Connections. (5-2)

Mike Bishop from Pine Mountain Theatre in Branson was today's guest on Community Connection. (5-1)

Bartlesville Symphony was in this morning talking about this Saturday's performance, "Eternally Elton", on Community Connection. (4-30)

D'Lynn Everett , Music Teacher of Everett Music Studio Booster Club was in this morning on community connection. ( 4-29 )

Natalie May, President of the Students for Social Reponsibility of RSU, was in this morning for Community Conneftion. (4-26)

Hopestone Wellness and Cancer Support Center was in this morning for Community Connection. (4-25)

Sherry Wilt from the Chamber was is this morning for Community Connection. (4-24)

Paula Pechonick, Chief of the Delaware Tribe of Indians, and Sherry Rackliff, Executive Director of Child Development, were in this morning for a second round of Community Connection. (4-23)

Natalie May, chairman of Sunfest, was in this morning visiting with Charlie about Sunfeswt. (4-23)

Lester Gagan, Chairman of the Green Country Classic Ranch Rodeo, and announcer Tim Fuller, were in this morning visiting with Charlie about the upcoming 8th annual Ranch Rodeo in Claremore Oklahoma. (4-22)

Jamie Hardesty, volunteer at the American Cancer Society, was in this morning talking about the Relay for Life on Saturday. (4-19)

Music Director of the Bartlesville Symphony, Lauren Green, and General Manager, Lee Groth Olson, were in this morning for Community Connedction. (4-18)

Superintendent of the Bartlesville Schools, Dr. Gary Quinn, was in this morning for Community Connection. (4-17)

Theater Bartlesville's Judy McGlasson previews the upcoming production of "Getting Sarah Married" (4-16)

Ward 2 City Councilman Mike McGrew was in this morning visiting with Charlie.  Main topic was the 1/2 % sales tax. (4-16)

Jean Jensen of the Washington County American Heart Association was is this morning visiting with Charlie about this Saturday's American Heart relay for life. (4-15)

Chief Environmental Engineer at Phillips 6,6 Scott Maddox and Daryle Worley, City Engineer, were in this morning visiting about "Operation Clean House" on Saturday April 20th. (4-12)

Audra Bridendolph, Recreational Therapist, and Laura Robertson, Occupational Therapist from Paths to Independence, were in this morning visiting with Charlie about Paths to Independence school's fundraiser, "Autism in April".  (4-11)

Volunteer Coordinator of the Washington County SPCA Linda Louie, was in this morning for Community Connections. (4-10)

Sabrina Purkey, owner of 2 Friends & Junk, was in this morning talking with Charlie about the upcoming Travel'n Sparkly "Junk Show" to be held April 20the in Dewey at the Washington County Fairgrounds. (4-9)

Representatives from the Pilot Club of Bartlesville, President Elect and Co-Chair of the Antique Show, Rose Hammerschmidt, and Chair for the Antique Show, Sammie Clingenpeel, were in this morning visiting with Charlie about the Antique Show and Sale April 1th through the 14th. (4-8)

County Clerk Jill Spitzer was in this morning for a round of Community Connection. (4-5)

Jennifer Ennis, Community Relation Coordinator for Elder Care, was in this morning on Community Connection. (4-4)

Cardiologist, Dr. Anderson Mehrle previews this month's Heart Walk on a Wednesday morning program. (4-3)

Ward 2 City Councilman Mike McGrew was in this morning visiting with Charlie on Community Connection. (4-2)

Jennifer McKissick, Executive Director of Hopestone Wellness and Cancer Support Center of Bartlesville, along with Linda MaLoney, volunteer and supporter, and Jan Brieschke, Art Instructor, were in this morning for Community Connection. (4-2)

Brenda Williamson, Chair Special Events Board, and Sylvia Starr, Community Liaison of Family Crisis and Counseling Center, were in today on Community Connection. (4-1)

President of  Bartlesville's Kiddie Park Ron Adams, was in this morning on Community Connection. (3-29)

Board President Julie Daniels and Director of Resource-Development and Marketing, Mirelle Pierini, of the Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville, were in this morning for Community Connection. (3-28)

Shane Jewell, from Ok Mozart, was visiting with Charlie about the OK Mozart launch party set for April 9th. (3-27)

Clair Bartley and Jean Jensen were in this morning visiting with Charlie about April National Autism Awareness Month on Community Connection., (3-26)

Jamie Dunn from Taste of Home Cooking School, along with Dorea Potter of the Bartlesville Radio Stations,  were in, visiting with Charlie about tomorrow evening's Taste of Home Cooking School at the Bartlesville High School Fine Arts Center. (3-25)

Todd Lansdown, Board President and Firefighter of the Osage Hill Rural Fire Fighters Association, was in the morning visiting with Charlie on Community Connection. (3-22)

Charlie visited with Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb on this morning's Community Connection Program. (3-21)

On today's Community Connection, City Manager Ed Gordon and President and CEO of Bartlesville Development Corporation, was in this morning. (3-19)

On today's Community Connection Jennifer McKissick, Founder of Hopestone from Hopestone Wellness and Cancer Support Center, was in visiting with Charlie about upcoming events.  (3-18)

Community Liason for Family Crisis and Counseling Center Sylvia Starr, was in this morning for Community Connections. (3-15)

Charlene Dew, Area Director of Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Oklahoma, was in this morning on Community Connections. (3-24)

Bartlesville Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Gary Quinn, was in this morning visiting with Charlie on Community Connection. (3-13)

Bartlesville City Manager Ed Gordon and the city engineering staff have the update for City Matters.  (3-11).

Volunteer Coordinator for the Washington County SPCA has the reasons you should spay or neuter your pet and get it done early on Monday morning's program.  (3-11)

Community Connection this morning brings Tami Brinkman of the radio station along with Jamie Dunn of the Taste of Home Cooking School, talking with Charlie about the upcoming show at the Bartlesville High School Fine Arts Center March 26th.  (3-8)

Community Relations Coordinator, Jennifer Ennes of Elder Care, was in this morning visiting with Charlie on Community Connections. (3-7)

The Washington County SPCA has many volunteers that keep the agency functioning so well. Learn more about volumteer opportunities when Charlie talks with Linda Lowe. (3-6)

Bartlesville City Commissioner Dale Copeland was in this morning for Community Connection.  (3-5)

David Crawford talks to Nick Pomfret and Kristy Valentine about all that is happening at the Richard Kane YMCA. (3-4)

Community Connection today was with Emergency Management member Kary Cox. (3-1)

Dorea Potter and Charlie were talking about the Taste of Home Cooking School 2013 that will take place at the Bartlesville High School Fine Arts Center on March 26th (2-28)

Sherry Wilt from the Bartlesville Chamber was in this morning talking about next week's events in Bartlesville. (2-27)

Lee Grotholsen, General Manger and Maestro Lauren Green of the Bartlesville Symphony were in this morning on Community Connection. (2-26)

We double up on Community Connection with Mark Beckwith and Taylor Scott talking about Nevus Outreach and Lester Gagan chatting about the Ramona Chamber of Commerce program scheduled for Friday. (2-25)

It's City Matters and the subject turns to water issues as well as safety in winter weather. (2-25)

Wendell Rovenstine talks about Bibles for China on today's Community Connection. (2-21)

Jennifer Ennis from Elder Care talks about upcoming events and activities. (2-20)

Tara Trotter is on the air talking about Tri-County Technology Center's Recruitment Fair scheduled for February 25. (2-19)

Chris Tanea is here to talk about Bartlesville Public Schools. (2-19)

It's a two-part Community Connection today. We start with Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Dr. Everett Piper talking about Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak's proposed Religious Freedom legislation. Tami Brinkman closes the program talking about the Annual Spring and Bridal Fashion Show. (2-18)

Lydia Snyder, Dental Hygiene Director-Site Coordinator at Tri County Technology Center, was in talking with Charlie on Community Connection. (2-15)

Carol Ervin is at the station to talk about the BRTA Capital Hill Redevelopment. (2-24)

Dewey City Manager Kevin Trease provides an insight as to what is happening in Dewey. (2-12)

Lori Esser is here to talk about what you can expect to see at the Price Tower Arts Center. (2-12)

City Manager Ed Gordon, Water Utility Director Terry Lauritsen, and Julie Daniels give the status of area lakes and legislation that would give us more available water when we need it.

Sylvia Starr, community liasion of Family Crisis and Counseling, Kerry Ickleberry, safe school coordinator, and Kevin Ickleberry, Lieutenant of the Bartlesville Police Department, were in this morning talking with Charlie on Community Connection. (2-8)

Carol Whitebook and Charlie Daniels are here to talk about the Boy Scouts of America Collaboration Summit and scouting in the media. (2-6)

Bartlesville Vice-Mayor Ted Lockin gave an update on water issues and more for the city Tuesday morning (2-5)

County Commissioner, Mike Bouvier, was in this morning talking about county matters. (2-1)

Water is the subject as another City Matters hits the air. (1-28)

Billie Roane, office manager at Children's Musical Theatre of Bartlesville, was in this morning visiting with Charlie about "A Little Princess" production for July 18 through the 21st.  (1-25)

City Councilman Mike McGrew calls in to update citizens on what is happening in city government. (1-23)

Superintendent of Bartlesville Schools Dr. Gary Quinn is our morning guest with information to ahare on what is happening in the District, (1-22)

Anita Mathis with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is hear to tell Charlie and you about her upcomng presentation on the Deleware Tribe. (-21)

Risdon (Hank) Hankinson from the Jane Phillips Cardiac Rehab Center, was in talking about congestive heart disease and the recovery process, diet and his personal experience, on today's Community Connection. (1-18)

Jody Burch and Michael Cole are at the station to talk about the successful United Way campaign and venture grants. (1-16)

It's City Matters and you can hear about money, police and projects just by listening in. (1-14)

Learn about the OSU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on today's edition of Community Connection. (1-14)

Community Liason Sylvia Starr from Family Crisis and Counseling, was in this morning for Community Connection. (1-11)

Chris Barton from the Osage Casino, was in this morning visiting with Charlie about upcoming events at the Osage Casinos.  (1-10)

Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb looks back at 2012, outlines the School Security Task Foce he will chair, and previews his Bartlesville State of the State forum on Wednesday's Community Connection. (1-9)

City of Bartlesville, ward 5 council member Dale Copeland,  visited with Charlie about water conversing tips, power outage at City Hall, and more topics on today's Community Connection Show. (1-8)

Elder Care starts off the week on KWON's Community Connection. (1-7)

County Assessor, Todd Mathes, was in this morning to talk about taxes and assessment. (1-4)

Dawn Lundwall, Manager of Wellness Services, at Jane Phillips Medical Center is here to talk about cardiac rehab. (1-3)

Our first guest of 2013 is Chris Wilson talking about downtown. Hear about Downtown Bartlesville, Inc. and the Bartlesville Redevelopment Trust Authority. (1-2)

On this first day of 2013, we take a look back at the past year. Listen to The Year in Review. (1-1)

Angel Barrows of Blue Star Mothers is our end of the year guest on Coimmunity Connection. (12-31)