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Local, State Officials Address McGirt Ruling Concerns

Apr 15, 2021

McGirt v Oklahoma was decided in June 2020 and has created more questions and concerns that state and local officials say could take years to resolve. There are only so many resources in the Tulsa Federal District Court, according to Washington County District Attorney Kevin Buchanan, wh ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested on Drug and Gun Charges

Apr 16, 2021

A Bartlesville man with an extensive legal history was arrested early Friday morning. Kyle James Sanders appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Friday facing a felony count of possessing a firearm after a felony conviction and a misdemeanor count of possession of drugs. Court documen ... read more »

More People Inquiring About Moving to Pawhuska

Apr 16, 2021

In recent months, Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce Director Joni Nash has noticed that people moving to town have come from out of state and she has been yielding a number of phone calls with people inquiring about Pawhuska as well. Nash says she is glad to see this. Osage County, along with Pawh ... read more »

Pawhuska Staying Busy as Calendar Turns to Spring

Apr 16, 2021

Rural Revival is holding its mastermind workshop in conjunction with Five Mary’s Farms in Pawhuska this year to help small businesses grow and thrive. Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce Director, Joni Nash says that event is sure to help the Pawhuska economy. Nash also talked about a new even ... read more »

Welch Cattleman Admits to $1.2M Check Kiting Scheme

Apr 16, 2021

A Welch cattleman who defrauded First State Bank of Commerce pleaded guilty recently in federal court. Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson said John Theodore Linthicum, 52, also known as Teddy Linthicum, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud before U.S. District Judge Gregory K. Fr ... read more »

Family HealthCare Clinic Preps for New Fundraiser

Apr 16, 2021

The Family HealthCare Clinic is hosting a new and exciting fundraiser for spring 2021.  For the first time, the Bartlesville community can celebrate.  May Day is a celebration of spring with a tradition of anonymously leaving small baskets of flowers or sweets on neighbors’ doorst ... read more »

Oklahoma Unemployment Commission Helping Put People Back to Work

Apr 16, 2021

For the first time in 40 weeks, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission is reporting a rise in people applying for unemployment claims. The security commission says this includes first time filings and those having to re-file so that they can get another year of benefits. Nearly 18,000 pe ... read more »

CAPITOL CALL Powered by Phillips 66 4 -16-21

Apr 16, 2021

Appearing on CAPITOL CALL Powered by Phillips 66 on Friday, State Senator Julie Daniels, State Representative Judd Strom and State Representative Wendi Stearman, a number of topics were touched on but the one that will likely resonate with most revolved around two pieces of legislation that will ... read more »

Commissioners to Look at Items for WCSO, More

Apr 16, 2021

A posthumous letter from Washington County Deputy Kyle Davis regarding retention of peace office status under Title 19 of Oklahoma Statute may be approved by the Washington County Commissioners on Monday. The Commissioners may approve a resolution regarding a donation from the Bartlesville Ma ... read more »

WCSO Shows Appreciation for E911 Dispatchers

Apr 16, 2021

Washington County Sheriff's Office staff came together and purchased goodies for their E911 dispatchers. Sheriff Scott Owen said each E911 dispatch shift has received a basket full of candy, note pads, pens, drinks, and much more as an expression of the WCSO's thanks for all they do f ... read more »

Movie Producers Seeking County Property in Fairfax

Apr 16, 2021

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will convene for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds in Pawhuska this Monday. There will be discussion and possible action taken regarding funds for the Community Development Block Grant and that money being used to assist the Braden Rural ... read more »

Tax Day Set for May 17, State Taxes to be Filed June 15

Apr 16, 2021

Tax Day 2021 was supposed to take place on Thursday, but those deadlines have been extended in case you were worried that you missed the deadline to file your 2020 taxes. Monday, May 17th, 2021, is the new deadline to file your federal taxes. Oklahomans have until Tuesday, June 15th, 2021, to ... read more »

Get Real Ministries Taking Jesus Burger Event on the Road

Apr 16, 2021

Pastor Rando Gamble and his wife, Shiloh, with Get Real Ministries in Bartlesville appeared on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Friday to announce that their signature outreach program is going mobile.   The Gambles announced that in addition to their monthly  Jesus Burger events at Get ... read more »

BAHM to Host Finding Frank Scavenger Hunt

Apr 16, 2021

You can bring your kids to the Bartlesville Area History Museum through the month of June to participate in the Finding Frank Scavenger Hunt. There will be an opportunity for you and your kids to search high and low in BAHM's special exhibit "Bartlesville History, Grigg's Legacy& ... read more »

2nd Annual Cops & Kids to Take Place in Nowata

Apr 16, 2021

The 2nd Annual Cops and Kids will take place at the South Park of Jacks Gordon Park in Nowata on Tuesday, May 11th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. You can take your kids to meet members of the Nowata Police Department, Nowata County Sheriff's Office, Nowata Fire Department, and Nowata EMS. You can ... read more »