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Camp Woolaroc To Be Held July 26-29

Jul 04, 2022

The annual Camp Woolaroc for childrens 9 to 11 years will be held July 26 to July 29 at the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve. The camp offers children the opportunity to experience the museum and preserve, meet historical conservation figures, and enjoy learning how settlers from the 1890s l ... read more »

Osage Hills State Park Hosts Day Camp for Kids

Jul 04, 2022

Osage Hills State Park holds its annual Day Camp from Wednesday, July 6 to Friday, July 9 for boys and girls ages 8 to 12 years. The day camp includes lectures and outdoor experiences like hiking, camping, and tracking wildlife. This year’s theme is Junior Naturalist. For more informati ... read more »

Gun Deaths Rise in Oklahoma

Jul 04, 2022

Gun deaths are increasing in Oklahoma since 2019 when the “permitless carry” law allowed people over age 21 to carry a gun without prior training or a permit being issued. The announcement came over the Fourth of July weekend by the Oklahoman newspaper, who has been following the stat ... read more »

Fourth of July Difficult for Some Veterans

Jul 04, 2022

Fourth of July is known as a time of celebration for families with fireworks exploding constantly, sometimes for several days before and after Independence Day. But for veterans with PTSD, the sound of fireworks may bring on a negative reaction so veterans throughout the nation are making a missi ... read more »

Caney Police: Help Needed to Stop Car Burglaries

Jul 04, 2022

The Caney Police Department is warning its citizens about a rash of vehicle burglaries throughout the small Kansas town. If you or someone you know lives in Caney, local law enforcement asks that vehicles be locked, and that valuables and weapons be removed. The CPD asks you to review home se ... read more »

Monkeypox Outbreak Growing Globally

Jul 02, 2022

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced Friday there is an increasing need for the world to address the growing incidences of monkeypox as it evolving into a global condition. Although the WHO is not yet ready to declare it an international emergency, as they did with COVID-19, WHO does say ... read more »

FEMA Offers Help for May Storm Damage

Jul 02, 2022

Homeowners and renters in Tulsa, Muskogee and Okmulgee counties who experienced damage during the May 2-8 storms may be eligible for help through the Individual Assistance Program with FEMA. Disaster assistance includes financial refunds for repairs to domiciles and replacement of possessions ... read more »

Wreaths Across American Recognizes Veterans

Jul 02, 2022

Oklahoma veterans are being honored this month by Wreaths Across America (WAA), a national non-profit that places wreaths on headstones. at memorials within cities that recognize fallen soldiers, and at memorial sites on military bases. The GIVING IN JULY project is part of the group’s year ... read more »

New Commissioner for OK Wildlife Conservation

Jul 02, 2022

Oklahoma’s Department of Wildlife Conservation has announced its newest member of the 8-member board. Mark Mabry will succeed his father, Bruce Mabry, who has served on the board for the past 20 years. Mabry is a life-long hunter and angler. He says he will use his considerable experien ... read more »

OK Senate Approves Study Requests

Jul 02, 2022

In preparation for the next legislative session in our state capitol, Senate President ProTem Greg Treat announced that 41 interim study requests were approved for consideration and have been assigned to the appropriate standing committees. A total of 60 requests were submitted to the Senate. ... read more »

10-7 Retreat Chooses Davis Family for Cruise

Jul 02, 2022

The non-profit Ten-Seven Retreat was in Bartlesville on Friday, July 1 to present a vacation to the Kyle Davis Family. Ten-Seven offers reprieve, relaxation and new adventures for families of fallen law enforcement  as they write a new chapter in their family book. Through donations from loc ... read more »

OSDH WIC Program Wants Input

Jul 02, 2022

Each year over 60,000 individuals benefit from the Women, Infant & Children’s program (also known as WIC). The program provides much-needed food and nutrition education for mothers and their children under the age of five. A priority of the program has always been pregnant women. In ... read more »

Wash. Co. Commissioners to Hold Public Hearing, More

Jul 01, 2022

A public hearing will take place during the next Washington County Commissioners meeting. The hearing, which was approved in late-May by the Commissioners, regards the closure of Southwest Willow Avenue beginning approximately 216-feet south of the East Tuxedo Boulevard intersection. The Comm ... read more »

Local United Way to Host Oklahoma Academy Session

Jul 01, 2022

Bartlesville Regional United Way will host a session for The Oklahoma Academy to gather input on this year’s town hall topic: “Enhancing Our Workforce for an Increasingly Innovative Economy.” You can join in on the conversation from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 6, at ... read more »

Killers of the Flower Moon Looks to be Released in 2022

Jul 01, 2022

Final scenes were recently filmed in Pawhuska for the upcoming movie, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” and Apple is now saying that they are, “pretty confident,” that the Martin Scorsese directed film will be released later this year, most likely some time in December. &n ... read more »