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National Indian Taco Championship Scheduled in Pawhuska

Sep 21, 2018

The City of Pawhuska schedules Pawhuska’s National Indian Taco Championship for Saturday, October 6th. City officials say people should bring their appetites downtown and feast on the best Indian Tacos around while enjoying entertainment like music, Native American dance, and many different ... read more »

Cops and Rodders Car Show to Help Local Lieutenant

Sep 21, 2018

The 4th annual Cops and Rodders Car Show sponsored by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office reserve program is October 6th at 611 SW Adams Blvd. This year, in addition to raising money for their Christmas and Thanksgiving programs, they have decided to help Lt. Fouts of the Bartle ... read more »

Huge ASAP General Store to Open Tuesday

Sep 21, 2018

An ASAP General Store opens soon at the intersection of Frank Phillips Boulevard and Highway 123 in Bartlesville. Area Manager Travis Dunham says he loves the location for the new ASAP General Store that opens on Tuesday. Welcoming in the people coming in from Pawhuska as well as local reside ... read more »

Woman Arrested For Stealing Chair Faces New Felony Charge

Sep 20, 2018

A Bartlesville woman who was presented with a misdemeanor larceny charge at the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday returned to court on Friday for an assault with a dangerous weapon charge, a felony. According to an affidavit, an officer made contact with the victim who said his live in ... read more »

Persimmon Ridge Lawsuit Dismissed Thursday

Sep 21, 2018

A Tulsa federal judge refuses to dismiss part of a lawsuit filed against the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs by an Osage county resort and hotel developer in a fight over alleged violations of the issuance of drilling permits. U.S. District Judge Terence C. Kern, in a decision this week ruled a ... read more »

Continental Gets Performing Wells

Sep 21, 2018

There's a good reason why Oklahoma City's Continental Resources continues to drill in Blaine County.  It's finding oil. Lots of it.   Continental reports two wells with each producing more than 2,500 barrels of oil a day.   Blaine county is one of the th ... read more »

Details Released on Wednesday Nights Fatal Accident

Sep 21, 2018

Bartlesville police have released the details of a Wednesday night accident that killed a Bartlesville man.  According to Captain Jay Hastings, 20 year-old Hanna Marie Howard of Bartlesville was driving a Ford Explorer westbound on Frank Phillips.  She intended to turn left onto Silverl ... read more »

Fatal Accident in Bartlesville

Sep 20, 2018

At least one person is dead as a result of a car vs. motorcycle accident Wednesday night in Bartlesville.  Captain Jay Hastings reports the accident occurred at the intersection of Frank Phillips and Silverlake.   The preliminary investigation, Hastings says, reveals that a For ... read more »

Women Artists of the West Opens to Price Tower Members

Sep 20, 2018

250 pieces of art occupy both floors of the Price Tower’s Art Gallery this Thursday and Friday night during the Women Artists of the West event. Price Tower Curator Deshane Atkins says there is plenty of art on display for the 48th Annual Women Artists of the West art show. She says the ... read more »

Glitz Fundraiser to Benefit Hospital Services and Staff

Sep 20, 2018

Bluestem Medical Foundation will host Glitz Blitz, on Friday, Sept. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at Hillcrest Country Club. The foundation, which supports the mission of Jane Phillips Medical Center, hosts the annual fundraiser for the hospital’s continuing staff education and training program. Dir ... read more »

Fallin Signs Proclamation for National Hunting and Fishing Day

Sep 20, 2018

Gov. Mary Fallin proclaims Saturday, Sept, 22, 2018, as National Hunting and Fishing Day in the state of Oklahoma. The governor signed the proclamation in the Blue Room of the State Capitol on Tuesday afternoon, flanked by two Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commissioners, officials from the O ... read more »

Employers Ready for the Fall Job Fair

Sep 20, 2018

Employers will return to the Fall Job Fair in Bartlesville on Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cheryl Ernst with the Bartlesville Workforce Center says employers are ready to meet people looking for jobs in Washington County and the surrounding area when they come to the Tri County Technology Center ... read more »

Nelson Found Guilty on First Degree Murder Charges

Sep 19, 2018

A jury found 44-year-old Tracy Nelson of Bartlesville guilty of first degree murder at the conclusion of a three-day trial on Wednesday. After two hours of jury deliberation it was found that Nelson was responsible for the death of her seven-week-old son. According to an affidavit, Bartlesvil ... read more »

Students, Teachers to Teach the Public STEM Curriculum

Sep 19, 2018

The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation announces their target to raise 100-thousand dollars Monday night. Last year saw 200-thousand dollars in donations received which gave K through 5th graders computer modules they used for coding at their level through the Project Lead the Way’s Lau ... read more »

Bartlesville Schools Schedule Support Personnel Week

Sep 19, 2018

The Bartlesville School Board announces they have accepted a proclamation to have a support personnel week next month. Superintendent Chuck McCauley says that Oct. 8th through the 12th will be support personnel week to recognize the hard work of the school district’s hourly employees. M ... read more »