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Osage Nation Prevention Program Advises Parents

Apr 24, 2015

On Thursday the Osage Nation Prevention Programs sent a press release out to encourage parents and caregivers to consider the following tips to ensure the safety of their teens and others as they take part in common May High School events, such as prom and graduation. Osage Nation Prevention ... read more »

State Representative Says There is a Possibility of a Wage Increase for Teachers

Apr 24, 2015

Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister gave a report earlier this week on her first 100 days in office. One of the first things she proposed in January was Okhigh5, a plan that would add five days of instruction to the school year and provide a $5-thousand across the board t ... read more »

Operation Clean House in Washington County Communities on Saturday

Apr 24, 2015

The weather on Saturday will not be an excuse for you to avoid Operation Clean House in Washington County. The event takes place between 8 A.M. and 2 P.M. Brian Worfolk from Phillips 66 Research said household products as well as electronics will be accepted in the Adams Boulevard Phillips 66 par ... read more »

Preliminary Hearing Set For Two Men

Apr 24, 2015

A May 12th preliminary hearing date has been set for two Bartlesville men who were involved in a shooting incident last March.  Thomas Myers and James Glenn Myers are charged with use of a vehicle while discharging a weapon.  Bartlesville police were called to the Travelers Motel w ... read more »

Nowata Gun Shop Fire Ruled Accidental

Apr 24, 2015

A report from the Oklahoma Fire Marshall's Office found that a deadly fire at Nowata Firearms was accidental.  The March 12th blaze took the life of 66-year-old Leslie Hazin after he went back inside the building, reportedly to get his gun.  The fire began around 2 P.M. with several ... read more »

Volunteers Needed for Autism Awareness Fundraiser on Saturday

Apr 24, 2015

The “Light it Up Blue Bartlesville” 5-K Race and One Mile Fun-Run happens on Saturday. Paths to Independence was created three years ago by Special Needs educator Claire Bartley and Jean Jensen, the mother of a child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bartley said as of Friday m ... read more »

House of Representatives Passes EPA Overreach Bill

Apr 24, 2015

The Oklahoma Senate created a bill to send a message to the EPA over air-quality standards. Senate Bill 676 with amendments passed by a unanimous vote in March. Earlier this week, the House of Representatives made amendments and passed the bill be a vote of 68-21. District 10 Representative Travi ... read more »

Hazard Mitigation Creation Process Continues

Apr 23, 2015

Officials, staff and employees from Washington County, the city of Bartlesville, the BPSD and several other communities are working to create a Hazard Mitigation Plan. During a meeting Thursday afternoon, a major topic of discussion was safe rooms. Hazard Mitigation consultant Ron Flanagan said t ... read more »

Beck Faces Meth Charges

Apr 23, 2015

A Copan man who was arrested earlier this week on drug charges appeared in Washington County District Court Thursday afternoon to face formal charges.  50-year old Joe Nine Beck is charged with trafficking in methamphetamine and possession of drugs without tax stamp affixed.  Washington ... read more »

Conway And Hawkins Face Preliminary Hearing

Apr 23, 2015

A June 30th preliminary hearing is scheduled for two Bartlesville residents who face drug charges.  Dwight David Hawkins and Sandra Gayle Conway are charged with trafficking in methamphetamine, acquiring proceeds from a drug activity, possession of marijuana, using of a security camera, main ... read more »

The Grass is Green at Adams Municipal Golf Club

Apr 22, 2015

One of the best municipal golf courses in Oklahoma is located right here in Bartlesville. Fifth Ward Councilman Dale Copeland said this is Adams Golf Club's 51st year and it's in great shape. On Memorial Day, May 25th, a Tournament to benefit the Golf Course is scheduled. The first we ... read more »

Traffic Stop Turns Into Meth Bust

Apr 22, 2015

Washington County Special Judge John Gerkin held a probable cause hearing Wednesday afternoon for 50-year old Joe Nine Beck of Copan, who was arrested for trafficking in methamphetamine.  Washington County Sheriff Deputies conducted a traffic stop with no headlights on Golden Avenue west of ... read more »

Small Business Day at the Capitol on April 29th

Apr 22, 2015

Oklahoma's Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb has been a staunch supporter of small business during his tenure. Lamb will host the 17th Annual Small Business Day in Oklahoma City next week. Briefings from elected officials and business leaders addressing topics affecting small businesses will be p ... read more »

Marijuana Bust Leads To Arrest

Apr 22, 2015

A $150,000 bond was set for a Bartlesville man who allegedly tried to sell marijuana.  33-year old Jose Luis Mendoza is charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana without tax stamp affixed, and possession of paraphernalia. Bartlesville police ... read more »

Owasso Holding a Free Disposal Day on Saturday

Apr 22, 2015

Most communities are holding some type of free trash disposal day on Saturday, April 25th and the city of Owasso is one of them. Dumpsters will be set up in the new City Hall parking lot at 76th Street North and Main Street. Only Owasso residents are eligible to participate and you'll need to ... read more »