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Gov. Stitt: "Oklahoma in Good Shape"

Apr 10, 2020

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt talked about hospitals at Friday’s press conference. According to modeling data anywhere between 1,000 and 2,500 hospital beds could necessary for Oklahoma COVID-19 patients. Governor Stitt says Oklahoma is in good shape. Stitt said if needed the Oklahoma S ... read more »

Two More Osage County COVID-19 Deaths in Latest OSDH Report

Apr 10, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting two more COVID-19 deaths in Osage County. Both deaths are reportedly men over 65 years old. There are now seven deaths in Osage County out of the 88 statewide deaths. Osage is reporting 45 positive, Washington is up to 57 confirmed cases and No ... read more »

Drive-Thru Testing Coming to Nowata

Apr 10, 2020

While COVID-19 numbers have held steady at 10 cases in Nowata County for the past three days the need for testing is still apparent. Nowata County Emergency Manager Laurie Summers has announced that a drive-thru testing site has been announced in Nowata. The site is located at the First Bapti ... read more »

Three Firefighters Recognized as Hometown Heroes

Apr 10, 2020

Truity Credit Union and Bartlesville Radio would like to thank Adam Butterfield, Eric Bevins and David Taylor with the Bartlesville Fire Department for being Friday’s Hometown Heroes. During a four hour standoff at the Caney River with the fugitive out of Cherryvale, Kansas on Tuesday a ... read more »

Capitol Call 4-10-20

Apr 10, 2020

How is Oklahoma doing in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic?    According to our local state lawmakers on Friday's Capitol Call powered by Phillips 66, we have some challenges but we are Oklahomans and we will get through this.   Representative Judd Strom focus ... read more »

Dewey Police Could Move Into New Building by Next Week

Apr 10, 2020

The new building for the Dewey Police Department is closer to completion despite the effects that are being felt with COVID-19. City Manager Kevin Trease said they have had some contractors that have been in and out of the building since the coronavirus outbreak took off. He added that Police ... read more »

Catholic Charities Mary Martha Outreach Closed Monday

Apr 10, 2020

Catholic Charities Mary Martha Outreach will be closed on Monday because of Easter, but they plan on continuing with their drive-thru food service once the extended weekend is over. Volunteers at Mary Martha Outreach have fed thousands since the world fell under the umbrella of the COVID-19 p ... read more »

Community Enjoys Easterville Eggdrop at Home

Apr 10, 2020

25,000 eggs were delivered to Bartlesville area homes this week. SpiritCHURCH leads the annual “Easterville Eggdrop” for the community which thousands attend at Sooner Park each year. Due to the social distancing restrictions, volunteers instead delivered eggs to households who ha ... read more »

Paul Hood to Help Pay for Meals Amid COVID-19

Apr 10, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit few businesses harder than those in the restaurant industry, and a local businessman is aiming to help while treating people to free meals. Paul Hood with Hood & Associates CPAs is giving $25 reimbursement checks to the first 2,020 people who send him a recei ... read more »

COVID19 Closures, Postponements, Links

Mar 21, 2020

Bartlesville Radio is putting together information on area events affected by COVID-19 Coronavirus.  FOR CLOSINGS AND CANCELLATIONS CLICK HERE.... During these difficult times, many around the Sooner State, in the United State.s, and the around the world are looking to our leaders fo ... read more »

Captain Ickleberry, Others Recognized As Hometown Hero

Apr 09, 2020

Truity Credit Union and Bartlesville Radio would like to thank Captain Kevin Ickleberry with the Bartlesville Police Department for being this week's Hometown Hero. Captain Ickleberry was one of the officers at the Caney River on Tuesday that was in negotiation with the wanted fugitive ou ... read more »

Grand Lake Offering Virtual Mental Health Services

Apr 09, 2020

Grand Lake Mental Health Center understands that this is a stressful time for people and their families, and they want to help you with your mental health and addiction treatment needs. Chief Operating Officer Josh Cantwell said they began an effort approximately five years ago to increase th ... read more »

Pawhuska Staying Strong Through Coronavirus Outbreak

Apr 09, 2020

The economic impact of the coronavirus will be felt throughout the United States, but in a tourist town such as Pawhuska, events such as the Chamber Gala have already had to be postponed to August. The Ben Johnson Memorial Steer Roping Event and the Cattleman's Convention in June are both in ... read more »

Bartlesville Farmers Market Postponed Indefinitely

Apr 09, 2020

The Bartlesville Farmers Market Board has come to the conclusion that they should postpone the 2020 market season indefinitely due to coronavirus safety concerns. In a statement on Thursday, the board said: “It is true that Farmers Markets have been classified by the state of Oklahoma a ... read more »

NPS Has Served Over 3,000 Meals

Apr 09, 2020

The Nowata Public Schools has seen resounding success with its food service program despite school sites being closed. According to an update posted on Facebook, NPS in a partnership with Opaa foods has served over 3,000 meals to area kids. NPS will also be serving meals for Good Friday as well. ... read more »