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Crane Falls In Bartlesville

Dec 11, 2017

A cement crane has fallen in the intersection of of Johnstone and Frank Phillips. The cement crane was putting cement down at Phillips on the sidewalks, and the driver attempted to drive off as the boom was still up, and the truck tipped over against the ITIO building. No injuries have been r ... read more »

Nowata Commissioner Accept Sheriff's Resignation; Future Uncertain

Dec 11, 2017

The Nowata County Commissioners accepted the resignation of Nowata County Sheriff Sandy Hadley at a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday. Hadley announced her retirement will be effective on February 1. The Commissioners say they felt blindsided by Hadley announcing her retirement. Hadley wa ... read more »

Dewey Christmas Parade

Dec 11, 2017

The Dewey Christmas Parade was a raging success on Saturday evening with more than 75 participants in the parade, and hundreds of spectators on the streets. Starting with the Dewey Police Department and ending with Santa, the parade saw many different organizations build floats to celebrate the h ... read more »

Teacher Of The Month

Dec 11, 2017

Jennifer Landers, a kindergarten teacher at Hoover Elementary School, was named a Bartlesville Public School District’s Teacher of the Month by Arvest Bank and Oakley Chevrolet Buick. Ms. Landers was presented a plaque and a $300 check by  Arvest Bank Marketing Manager, Annah Fisc ... read more »

Lee Lake Restroom Power To Be Interrupted

Dec 11, 2017

Power could be interrupted to the restrooms at Lee Lake today. The City of Bartlesville was notified by PSO that the power to the restroom will be turned off between 8 in the morning to 4 o'clock this afternoon. Lee Lake, which is owned by the City of Bartlesville, is located on Adams Bou ... read more »

Broadway Actress To Return To Bartlesville

Dec 11, 2017

Bartlesville native and Children’s Musical Theatre alum Kennedy Caughell and an ensemble composed of professional New York actors and members of the Bartlesville community will perform in a one-night-only performance of the classic Broadway musical She Loves Me, to benefitting Children&rsqu ... read more »

Fallin Issues Sexual Harassment Executive Order

Dec 11, 2017

Governor Mary Fallin issued an executive order on Friday, directing state officials and state agency directors to build an environment free from sexual harassment and unlawful discrimination. Executive Order 2017-41 directs all state officials and agency directors to be proactive in training ... read more »

Body Identified In Montgomery County

Dec 09, 2017

The body of the woman who was found in Card Creek area of Elk City Lake yesterday has been identified as Cindy "Pinky" Ann Easom, age 33, of Miami. Easom's body was found by hunters about one-quarter mile from the Card Creek boat ramp. She was pronounced dead at the Labette Heal ... read more »

Forest Creek Files Lawsuit After Casey's Rezoning

Dec 08, 2017

The Forest Creek Condominiums Owner’s Association has filed a lawsuit against the City of Bartlesville in regards to the rezoning of land at the intersection of Nowata road and Madison Boulevard.   The land was previously zoned for office and single family residence but the rezonin ... read more »

Filing Period Closes for Pawhuska City Council

Dec 08, 2017

Registered voters in Pawhuska will have quite a few choices when they head to the polls to vote for two seats on the Pawhuska City Council next year. For the Ward 3 position Pawhuska Mayor and the incumbent Mark Buchanan Ward 3 Council Member filed for reelection. However, in addition to Buchanan ... read more »

Osage County School Board Filings

Dec 08, 2017

The filing period for School Board positions across Osage County closed Wednesday December 6 at 5pm, resulting in only two contested races. In Pawhuska for the 5 year position in Office #3 Danny Ferguson, Newton Cass, Patrick Luey, Scott D. Laird, and Jennifer Gray filed. In Hominy for the 5 year ... read more »

Woman Dead In Montgomery County

Dec 08, 2017

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Investigators were dispatched to the Card Creek camping area on Thursday to meet with hunters who had discovered what they thought was a deceased female floating in the water. Deputies from MGSO and Paramedics from Independence Fire and E ... read more »

Osage County Accident Leaves One Dead And Another Injured

Dec 08, 2017

An accident occurred in Osage County yesterday that left one person dead and another seriously injured. A Dodge Dart was driving East on State Highway 11 when it crossed the center-line, hitting a 1995 GMC 2500 Truck head-on. The driver of the car, Susan K, Raynor, was pinned in the vehicle f ... read more »

State Tresurer Reports Number

Dec 08, 2017

Oklahoma State Treasurer Ken Miller says revenue collections for November were up 12.4 percent over November last year.   Gross receipts to the treasury were $893.4 million, up by $98.6 million from November 2016, making it the eighth consecutive month that revenue increased from the pre ... read more »

Task Force Moves Community Colleges Under Different Boards

Dec 08, 2017

A higher education task force has approved a plan to move seven of Oklahoma's community colleges under the authority of larger governing boards.   The Oklahoman reports that the recommendation was approved Wednesday by the state's 60-member task force on the future of higher educ ... read more »