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Extreme Vandalism at Bartlesville Construction Company Caused by Children

Apr 01, 2015

“Monkey See, Monkey Do” takes on a whole new definition when it comes to extreme vandalism. Washington County Undersheriff Steve Johnson reports on the damage done at Whaling Construction. Four 9 and 10-year-old girls were arrested on Tuesday night for trespassing. Deputies were a ... read more »

Tri County Tech Opportunity Fair Next Tuesday

Apr 01, 2015

Tri County Tech is on a mission to help students and adults find the right career and get the proper training to accomplish their goals. Enrollment Specialist Lauren Walls said the event happens twice a year, in April and October. For more information on what's available at Tri county Tec ... read more »

Ramona Kidnappers Face Trial

Apr 01, 2015

Two of the three people who are facing kidnapping charges, along with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon are heading to trial.  Jacklyn Marie Ulrich and Joshua Brandon Damron appeared in a Washington County Courtroom Wednesday and are scheduled to be on the April 15th trial docket.& ... read more »

Dewey City Wide Spring Garage Sale Next Week

Apr 01, 2015

Dewey residents, churches and other groups are encouraged to register for the citywide spring garage sale taking place April 10th and 11th. Register by following a link posted at bartlesvilleradio.com of calling City Hall at 918-534-2272 by the morning of April 9th. Once you register, your garage ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested For Drug Violations

Apr 01, 2015

A Bartlesville man stopped for a traffic violation was arrested on drug charges.  60-year old Harold Evon Lewis is charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, and failure to use a seatbelt.  Bartlesville police conducted a traffic stop on Cholwell Avenue and ... read more »

ConocoPhillips Affirms Strong Commitment to Bartlesville

Apr 01, 2015

With rumors of layoffs swirling around the oil industry, ConocoPhillips reconfirmed their strong commitment to Bartlesville. A company spokesperson said in a press release that workforce levels are being reviewed in light of the potential for an extended period of low prices and that there will b ... read more »

Easter Egg Hunts Around the Region

Apr 01, 2015

While Easter is a solemn but joyous remembrance of Jesus, young children connect Easter to something fun. With that in mind, there are Easter Egg Hunts scheduled in many communities. Spirit Church will conduct an egg drop for the third year in a row on Saturday at Sooner Park in Bartlesville. For ... read more »

Fire Hydrant Maintenance Work in Bartlesville Next Week

Apr 01, 2015

You may experience a less water pressure and some discoloration of water early next week.  The City of Bartlesville Water Distribution Department will test and flush fire hydrants beginning Sunday night, April 5th.  The first area to be flushed will be from the railroad tracks going eas ... read more »

Smell of Smoke in the Air

Mar 31, 2015

If you smelled smoke Tuesday afternoon, you're probably not the only one. WCEMA Director Kary Cox said ranchers in the area are taking advantage of the drought relief from last week's storms. Also, winds are light today and should stay that way. Rain is expected later this week. Cox said ... read more »

Adair Murder Case Delayed

Mar 31, 2015

The murder case against a Bartlesville man has been passed to the June 3rd formal arraignment docket.  Steven Lee Adair is accused of killing his wife, Crystal Sue Adair and a man 23-year old Charles Edward Lee back in September of 2014.  Bartlesville police found Lee dead and found Ada ... read more »

Shooting Suspects Charged

Mar 31, 2015

Charges have been filed for two Bartlesville men after being involved in a shooting incident last week.  36-year old Thomas Matthew Myers and 33-year old James Glenn Myers are charged with use of a vehicle while discharging a weapon.  Bartlesville police were called to the Travelers Mot ... read more »

Arvest Bank Names New President

Mar 31, 2015

A man who has steadily moved up the ranks since he started with Arvest Bank in 2002 has been named President and CEO of Arvest Bank in Bartlesville. The new position for Kyle Hubbard is effective April 1st, 2015. Regional Executive of Arvest Bank Group, Inc., Bradley W. Krieger, announced the app ... read more »

Local Legislator Attends Education Rally

Mar 31, 2015

Several thousand people were in attendance at Monday's education rally at the state Capitol. Senator John Ford, Chairman of the Education Committee, was in the middle of it all. Ford said most people realized that this year, an increase in funding is likely not readily available. He said ... read more »

Elder Care to Hold Educational Classes

Mar 31, 2015

A local organization that's mission is to help mature adults live a happy and independent life continues to do just that, according to Community Relations Coordinator Jennifer Ennis. Washington County Elder Care has many other services available, such as fitness classes and caregiver supp ... read more »

Guest Director in Bartlesville for Next Production at Theater Bartlesville

Mar 31, 2015

Theater Bartlesville has a guest director in town for its next production, the Thornton Wilder classic, “Our Town.” Actress Shelby Brammer is the guest director. She's from Texas but lives in New York City. Brammer says “Our Town” could be anywhere. The play &ldquo ... read more »