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Uncoordinated Lights to be Fixed by ODOT

Jul 20, 2017

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation opens lanes in Bartlesville. These lanes are located on the stretch of road known as U.S. Highway 75 between Adams Road and the Eastland Shopping Center at Turkey Creek Bridge. However, City Manager Ed Gordon says there is one head scratching part that mo ... read more »

Candidate Pinnell Seeks Economic Diversity

Jul 20, 2017

The seat for the two four-year term position for Lieutenant Gov. is opening in Oklahoma. Candidate Matt Pinnell has been meeting with voters recently to discuss what he wants to bring to the table as Lt. Gov. He explains that diversifying the economy in Oklahoma is what is needed most and that ca ... read more »

Tibetan Monks Coming To Tulsa

Jul 20, 2017

Tulsa will be playing host to several special visitors on Tuesday. Tibetan Monks of the Drepung Gomang Monastery are coming to introduce the arts and culture of Tibet, as well as messages of peace, wisdom, and compassion. Event organizers have planned field trips for the visiting monks, incl ... read more »

Heat Advisory In Effect

Jul 20, 2017

Washington, Nowata, and Osage Counties, are under a heat advisory through Friday evening as temperatures and humidity levels remain high.   The heat advisory covers the eastern two-thirds of the state. Forecasters say high temperatures could reach the low 100s Thursday and Friday, with h ... read more »

Finance Secretary Says Agencies Will Recieve Money

Jul 20, 2017

Oklahoma's finance secretary says cash-strapped state agencies will receive $34.6 million in leftover cash from the previous year.   The Oklahoman reports that the revenue had not been allocated when the previous fiscal year ended on June 30. The funds will replenish spending cuts tr ... read more »

Veteran Runs for Congressional Seat

Jul 20, 2017

Candidate Andy Coleman says he will run for the First District of Oklahoma Congressional Seat. Coleman is a former Air Force serviceman who studied international, domestic, and national security policy. He would eventually become a military intelligence officer focused on the Middle East with the ... read more »

Rogers County Accident

Jul 20, 2017

A pursuit of a vehicle in Craig and Rogers Counties took place on Tuesday night. According to OTEMS Paramedics, the incident ended with a single vehicle rollover at Winganon Road near Rogers County Road South 4130 on the west side of Oologah Lake. A 15-year-old occupant was treated at the sc ... read more »

Bartlesville Public School District Honor Roll

Jul 20, 2017

The Bartlesville Public School District has released their 2016-2017 Academic School Year Honor Roll. This list includes all of Bartlesville High School, as well as All of Madison and Central Middle Schools. Maddison Middle School Central Middle School Bartlesville High School ... read more »

Power Restored in Nowata County

Jul 20, 2017

Public Service Company of Oklahoma restored power to about three thousand customers in Nowata County at about 11:20 Thursday morning.  Spokesman, Stan Whiteford says the outage was reported at about 9:15.  He says the repair crew found the problem at the Nowata substation.   ... read more »

Congressman Mullen to Host Telephone Town Hall

Jul 20, 2017

Second-District Oklahoma Congessman Markwayne Mullin announced today that he will host a telephone town hall for Oklahomans next Thursday night at 7:30.     Mullin says it’s his job in Congress to be a voice for Oklahoma’s Second District.  The congressman hopes ... read more »

Big Event: Surf's Up Raises Funds for Mentors

Jul 19, 2017

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Oklahoma hosts an event in Bartlesville. Area Director Charlene Dew says that the event named Big Event: Surf’s Up has been pushed back to August 5 and will be at the Hilton Garden Inn. Dew says tickets for a raffle are $100 with proceeds going towards pr ... read more »

Chrome Books Among Topics Discussed for BPS

Jul 19, 2017

Junior Achievement looks to expand this coming school year in Bartlesville. Bartlesville Superintendent Chuck McCauley says that fifth graders will participate in BizTown in Tulsa. Only four of six elementary schools in Bartlesville went last year, but McCauley says all elementary schools will go ... read more »

LG Candidate Matt Pinnell Hosts Meet and Greet

Jul 19, 2017

Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, Matt Pinnell met with the party faithful Tuesday night.  Pinnell is getting in front of voters early in the election season talking about economic development and tourism.     Pinnell advocates a boots-on-the-ground effort promo ... read more »

United Way Hires Virden as Campaign Manager

Jul 18, 2017

Bartlesville Regional United Way hires a new campaign manager. CEO and President Lisa Cary says that BRUW has hired long time Bartlesville resident Whitney Virden to their team as the new campaign manager. Cary says she’s excited to have Virden on board and believes she can make close r ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged With Burglary

Jul 18, 2017

A Bartlesville man appeared in court today at the Washington County Courthouse. Matthew Wilson is facing a second degree burglary charge for multiple incidents that occurred in early May. According to affidavit, Wilson was seen on video surveillance breaking into three different vehicles park ... read more »