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Injury Accident on U. S. 75 in Wasington County

Aug 31, 2015

A man was injured in a two-vehicle crash that temporarily closed northbound Highway 75 north of Ramona Monday morning. The News on 6 is reporting that a TruGreen truck rear-ended a dump truck. Authorities reportedly said the driver of the TruGreen truck had a leg and head injury. Ramona firefight ... read more »

Record OKWU Enrollment -- Again

Aug 31, 2015

Oklahoma Wesleyan University is celebrating another record enrollment.  University President, Dr. Everett Piper says the university has seen steady growth over the last several years. Dr. Piper says the enrollment numbers represent new records in almost every category.  Fall enroll ... read more »

Oklahoma Wesleyan Drops Out of CCCU

Aug 31, 2015

Oklahoma Wesleyan University has announced that it will no longer affiliate with the 120-member Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.  In terminating its membership with CCCU, Oklahoma Wesleyan joins Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, which announced it was dropping out of th ... read more »

Commissioners Face Elevator Issues

Aug 31, 2015

The Nowata County's Board of Commissioners tabled a vote on the courthouse elevator's emergency lighting system from Thyssen Krupp Monday morning.  The commissioners were complaining about the state's inspection report concerning the elevator and how much it would cost to make th ... read more »

OKWU To Feature Starnes

Aug 29, 2015

Columnist, commentator, and host of FOX News & Commentary, Todd Starnes will be a featured speaker at Oklahoma Wesleyan University's 2015 Liberty Symposium. The symposium is hosted by Oklahoma Wesleyan and the Keating Center for Capitalism, Free Enterprise, and Constitutional Liberty.&nbs ... read more »

Shooting Charges Pending

Aug 28, 2015

Charges are still pending aginst a Copan man who allegedly was involved in a shooting early Sunday morning.  Bartlesvillle police arrested 23-year old Dustin Lee Giddens for shooting with intent to kill.  Bartlesville police were called to the Mountain View Trailer Park located in the 1 ... read more »

Two Hispanic Scholars are part of 2016 BHS Class

Aug 28, 2015

Bartlesville high school has two National Hispanic Scholars as part of the Class of 2016.  The College Bord's National Hispanic Recognition program notified school officials that John Martinez and Andres Andujar have been named National Hispanic Scholars. According to the College Boa ... read more »

Learn About All Things Electric from P S O

Aug 27, 2015

A variety of informative tools will be on display as Public Service Company of Oklahoma brings their new educational mobile exhibit trailer to Bartlesville on Friday. It's an opportunity for PSO customers to learn about the new automated metering infrastructure the company will be installing ... read more »

Oklahoma Supreme Court Instructs Judge to Implement Ruling

Aug 27, 2015

The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that the Oklahoma constitution bans using public property to benefit a religion on June 30 and that the Ten Commandments monument at the State Capitol must be removed. The ruling also stated that the Ten Commandments are “obviously religious in nature” ... read more »

Stabbing Leads To Arrest

Aug 27, 2015

A Bartlesville man is in custody on a warrant for allegedly stabbing a man during the early morning hours of June 10th.  41-year old Michol D. Dingman is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.  Bartlesville police were called to investigate a possible stabbing at a ho ... read more »

Longtime Bartlesville Library Director to Retire

Aug 27, 2015

Friday is the day Bartlesville Public Library Director Joan Singleton will close the book on her career after 26 years of service. Singleton began her career as the Public Services Librarian in 1989 and after several upgrades including assistant director, she was promoted to the director position ... read more »

The Friends of Owasso Police Raising Money to Keep K 9s Safe

Aug 27, 2015

The Owasso K-9 unit will soon have a new member, bringing the unit up to five dogs. The Friends of Owasso Police, along with Marty Wilson at Southern Agriculture and Advanced Auto Parts in Owasso are working to raise $5000 in order to buy body armor for each dog. Wilson said she had raised money ... read more »

OCA Range Round-Up Homecoming this Weekend

Aug 27, 2015

The real cowboys will bring the OCA Range Round-Up to it's original home this weekend at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie Oklahoma. The event began in 1985 and was held at the Lazy E for 20 years. 2015 is the 31st year for the annual event that provides family entertainment, promotes beef and rais ... read more »

Ramona Traffic Accident Sends Two to the Hospital

Aug 27, 2015

Traffic on Highway 75 in the Ramona area is slowing due to an accident involving three vehicles and a school bus.  Newson6 is reporting that the bus was stopped for students with a red pickup stopped in the lane next to it.  The driver of a black SUV coming up on the vehicles, did not s ... read more »

Memorial Fund Set Up at NAMI in Memory of Mark Costello

Aug 26, 2015

Across the state of Oklahoma, people that knew Mark Costello, the Oklahoma Labor Commissioner, are remembering him in a number of different ways. Costello was born in Bartlesville and graduated at what was, in 1974, College High School. Grace Farmer, 1st Congressional District GOP Chair, which in ... read more »