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Collinsville Man Arrested For Kidnapping

May 31, 2016

An $100,000 bond has been set for a Collinsville man who allegedly kidnapped his girlfriend.  34-year old Derek Jordan Breedlove is charged with kidnapping and domestic abuse.  Deputies from the Washington County Sheriff's Office were called to a home on West 4000 Road where they sa ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested For Burglary

May 31, 2016

A Bartlesville man is in custody after he allegedly took a flat screen TV from a home.  21-year old Dustin Levy Stevens is charged with second degree burglary.  Bartlesville police were called to investigate a possible burglary at a home in the 1800 block of NW Lupa. According to a ... read more »

Price Tower Welcomes Peanuts

May 31, 2016

The Price Tower is opening a new exhibit soon. Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the Peanuts gang are all making their Bartlesville debut in June. The exhibit will feature Charles Schulz’s exploration of nature and the natural world through his comic strips, films, objects and interact ... read more »

Commissioners Hear Health Insurance Presentation

May 31, 2016

The Nowata County Commissioners Tuesday morning heard a presentation from Gary Broom of Community Care Health Insurance.  County officials are currently shopping for health insurance for the county employees.  After the presentation, Commissioner Doug Sonenberg gave his thoughts on heal ... read more »

Commissioners Make Cooperative Agreement

May 31, 2016

The County Commissioners met this morning after having the Memorial Day holiday off. The agenda items included approving Oklahoma Department of Transportation Forms and a discussion of a Circuit Engineering District Contract. The commissioners also approved on a cooperative agreement between Okla ... read more »

Free Fishing Day

May 31, 2016

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has just announced the dates for Oklahoma’s annual Free Fishing Days. June 4 - 5 residents of Oklahoma will have the opportunity to go out and catch fish without needing to buy a license. Fisheries Division assistant chief for the Wildlife De ... read more »

Memorial Day Ceremony

May 30, 2016

White Rose Cemetery held a Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday morning at the cemetery gazebo.  The ceremony featured an Invocation from Representative Earl Sears, the Pledge of Allegiance and National Anthem by American Heritage Girls Troop 1776, a poetry reading by Kim Inman, a wreath presenta ... read more »

Alcohol Contribues to Washington County Mishap

May 28, 2016

Alcohol consumption lead to an injury accident a Washington County road 3 miles south and 5 miles east of Copan Friday night.  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports 63 year-old Lonnie Plisek of Dewey was driving a Chevy Trailblazer westbound on county road 1000.  A Dodge Ram, driven by 18 ... read more »

Several Agreements to Washington County Agenda

May 29, 2016

The Washington County Board of Commissioners will take action on a cooperative agreement with the Wildlife Services Division of the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry Tuesday morning.  The agenda for the meeting also calls for the board to vote on a Notice to Proceed, Pro ... read more »

Commissioners To Meet Tuesday Morning

May 29, 2016

Several items are on tap for Tuesday's Nowata County Commissioners meeting.  According to the agenda, the commissioners will take action on an USDA Wildlife Service Renewal Contract for 2016-2017 and will vote on a 2016-2017 Workman's Compensation Insurance Renewal Quote.  The c ... read more »

Dewey Family Loses Belongings in Fire

May 28, 2016

A Dewey family lost all of its belongings in a house fire on Friday. The Joe and Chelsea Bennet family had no renters insurance, so they need everything from furniture, bedding, clothing, household items, and more.  A GO FUND ME account has been set up to help raise money to buy items that a ... read more »

Seven Year-Old Donates to Police Department

May 28, 2016

Seven-year-old entrepreneur Koby Pierce is doing his part to help fund the Bartlesville Police Department’s K-9 program.  Pierce donated 10 percent of the profit made from his gumball machine to the Bartlesville Police Department on Thursday.  The machine is located in the Paint ... read more »

White Rose Cemetery to Observe Memorial Day

May 27, 2016

The City of Bartlesville will observe Memorial Day on Monday.  Members of The American Legion Post 105, the American Heritage Association, the Blue Star Mothers and the Patriot Guard Riders will join local elected officials at White Rose Cemetery for the observance at 9 o'clock. Memo ... read more »

Bartlesville Class of 2016 Receives Diplomas

May 27, 2016

370 Bartlesville High School students donned caps and gowns Friday night and graduated as the Class of 2016.  School officials had an eye to the weather and started commencement about 15 minutes early and by the time the graduates turned their tassels there were reports of thunderstorms in c ... read more »

Pawhuska High School Graduation

May 27, 2016

49 Pawhuska students received their high school degrees Friday evening at High School Fieldhouse.  A packed arena witnessed the event.  Valedictorian Karissa Hughes presented her thoughts about moving on in life. You can hear the re-broadcast of the graduation this morning at 9 o&# ... read more »