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Young Professionals Seeking New Members

Aug 19, 2022

Young Professionals, a sub-group of the Chamber of Commerce of Bartlesville, is seeking new members who want to engage with the community while gaining professional and personal development. The group is involved in a variety of philanthropic projects and offers networking events for all ages.&nb ... read more »

Westside Community Center Planning for 2023 STEM Workshops

Aug 19, 2022

The Westside Community Center is planning ahead for summer 2023 when it will host a STEM program for students in kindergarten through sixth grade so they are putting out a call for volunteers now. WCC received word this week while Phillips 66 officials were in town that they had been chosen t ... read more »

Update on Osage County Deputy Involved in Collision

Aug 19, 2022

Bartlesville Radio received the following update Friday afternoon from the Osage County Sheriff's Office: Captain William "Willy" Hargraves was traveling eastbound on Highway 60 on his way to the Sheriff's offfice at approximately 8 am on Friday morning when he became involv ... read more »

Court Report for Friday August 19, 2022

Aug 19, 2022

Five arraignments were heard Friday at the Washington County Courthouse that covered a variety of alleged criminal activities: Joshua Mikel Tatum appeared on charges of domestic abuse in the presence of a minor child. Tatum is accused of strangling another adult while at a park in the City of ... read more »

Washington County Commissioners August 22 Meeting Preview

Aug 19, 2022

The Washington County Commissioners will hold their regular weekly meeting on Monday, August 22 at 9:30 am on the second floor of the Annex building located at 400 South Johnstone Avenue in Bartlesville. On the agenda for this meeting is a review of the burn ban with the suggestion of a conti ... read more »

Washington County Commissioners August 22 Meeting Preview

Aug 19, 2022

The Washington County Commissioners will hold their regular weekly meeting on Monday, August 22 at 9:30 am on the second floor of the Annex building located at 400 South Johnstone Avenue in Bartlesville. On the agenda for this meeting is a review of the burn ban with the suggestion of a conti ... read more »

Elder Care Offers Seniors Connect Seminar Series

Aug 19, 2022

  Elder Care continues its 2022 Seniors Connect seminars, providing valuable health and wellness information to senior adults in the area, ages 65 and older.    Angie THompson with Elder Care told us that on Wednesday, September 7, from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. at Elder Care, M ... read more »

Osage County Deputy Involved in Fatality Collision

Aug 19, 2022

A fatality collision occurred at approximately 8 AM today in Osage County at US-60 Eastbound near OK-18. An Osage County Deputy was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of the collision is unknown at this time. Investigation into the collision continues and further information will be released ... read more »

Washington County Election Day Reminders and Tips

Aug 19, 2022

  Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, for the Runoff Primary Election. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Washington County Election Board Secretary, Yvonne House recommends voters with questions about their eligibility or polling place call before ... read more »

Get Real Ministries Partners with Grand Lake Mental Health

Aug 19, 2022

  Get Real Ministries appeared on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Friday to not only promote their monthly Jesus Burger event Saturday night at 6pm at their church at 411 W 14th St, Bartlesville, but to let the community know they are now equipped to help those in crisis get the mental health at ... read more »

Cherokee Nation Honors 100-year-old Tribal Member

Aug 18, 2022

A surprise birthday party was held this week for Cherokee Nation Tribal member Winifred Whelchel Dudley who turned 100 years old. Winifred was also awarded the Medal of Patriotism by the Cherokee Nation during their regular council meeting. Principal Chief Chuck Hoskins Jr will add another me ... read more »

More DOL Funding for Cherokee Nation

Aug 18, 2022

The Cherokee Nation received an additional $1.3 million in grant funds from the US Department of Labor this week to help continue their employment, training and job creation services that began as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s displacement of workers. The award was announced by ... read more »

Update on Lee Lake Skate Park Lighting Project

Aug 18, 2022

In a recent post on the City of Bartlesville website, an article outlined where the city stands on the lighting project for Lee Lake Skate Park. City staff planned on taking bids on the lighting earlier this year but were forced to table it until after July due to the General Obligation Bond ... read more »

National Campaign Addresses Drinking While Driving

Aug 18, 2022

If you notice more law enforcement vehicles around highways and streets over the past week it is because it is due to a national effort to stop drunk driving. The 2022 mobilazation of state and local law enforcement officers began on August 17 and will continue through Labor Day Weekend. Law enfo ... read more »

Smoke Testing of Sewers Begins This Week

Aug 18, 2022

Smoke testing of sewers began Thursday in the City of Bartlesville in the area north of Adams Boulevard and west of Bison Road. The testing is a regular part of the City checking for mainenance issues in its sanitation systems. The smoke testing allows city workers to detect defects in piping tha ... read more »