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Phillips 66 Declares a Higher Dividend

May 06, 2015

The Phillips 66 Board of Directors declared a  56 cents a share quarterly dividend on common stock.  The dividend rate represents an increase of 12 percent from the prior quarter. The Phillips 66 dividend is payable on June 1st to shareholders of record as of the close of business on Ma ... read more »

Family Friendly Event in Bartlesville on Saturday

May 06, 2015

The Oldies 'N Goodies Car Show has been in Downtown Bartlesville for the last three years but it's been taking place for 30 years. According to coordinator Ken Harris, the Car Club brings the cars but Downtown Bartlesville, Inc. handles everything else. Cars will start lining up on De ... read more »

UN and U.S. Department of the Interior Officials to Visit Price Tower

May 06, 2015

The Price Tower was nominated for inclusion on the World Heritage List in January. According to Interim Executive Director Byron Boles, officials from the U.N., the U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Parks Department will make a two to three day visit to Bartlesville in September. ... read more »

Claremore Sequoyah Student Killed in Accident

May 06, 2015

A high school student died when her vehicle was struck by a Claremore Sequoyah school bus northeast of Claremore Wednesday morning.  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports the student the jeep the student was driving went off the road near the intersection of Rogers County North-South Road 4220 ... read more »

Flood Insurance Month

May 06, 2015

With spring in full force, it means that weather could be a factor including floods.  The Bartlesville City Council proclaimed this month as Flood Insurance Month.  Mayor Tom Gorman read the proclamation.  To hear the proclamation, go to this story on our website at bartlesvillerad ... read more »

U.S. Representative Jim Bridenstine Federal Update

May 05, 2015

U.S. Representative Jim Bridenstine has represented Oklahoma since 2012. One of his major goals since being elected is the repeal of the16th Amendment, which would effectively cancel the federal income tax. Bridenstine said that the IRS is a huge drain on the economy, costing more than $6-bil ... read more »

Dewey Man Arrested For Attacking Two People

May 05, 2015

A $150,000 bond has been set for a Dewey man who allegedly attacked a woman and his brother.  52-year old Gregory Kent Mundine is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault and batter, threaten to perform an act of violence, and assault and battery. Dewey ... read more »

Attorney Searching for Cobell Settlement Beneficiaries

May 05, 2015

Attorney David Smith is in Oklahoma looking for people eligible to benefit in a class action lawsuit settled in 2009.  The plaintiffs in the case consist of tribes west of the Mississippi.  The lawsuit resulted due to the U.S. Government incorrectly accounting for income from Indian tru ... read more »

Outdoor Show and KRIG Country Showdown Giveaway Winners

May 05, 2015

Washington Park Mall hosted the KWON KRIG KYFM KPGM Annual Outdoor Show and the first ever KRIG Country Showdown last weekend. Door Prize winners include: Delores Adams and Bob Turner, who will be heading to the Ozark Mountains with 3 day passes to Thunder on the Mountain. Lisa Bragg got the chan ... read more »

Bartlesville Police Investigating Complaint Against BPSD Employee

May 05, 2015

The Bartlesville Police Department is investigating a complaint made against a Bartlesville Public School District employee on May 2nd.  In a press release, Captain Jay Hastings said that an investigator talked with school administration officials about the case on Monday.  No furth ... read more »

Texting While Driving Ban Expected to be Signed into Law this Afternoon

May 05, 2015

The Oklahoma legislature signed off on legislation last week to create a ban on texting while driving.  House Bill 1965 went to Governor Mary Fallin's desk on April 30th.  Newson6 is reporting that she is expected to sign the bill into law at 2:30 this afternoon.  Fallin will b ... read more »

City Council Accept Right-A-Way Requests

May 04, 2015

The Bartlesville City Council held two public hearings Monday night concerning two separate right-of-way closing requests.  The first was a request from the Bartlesville Public Schools to close a right-of-way located at Central Middle School.  Director of Engineering and Water Utilities ... read more »

Dewey City Council Votes to Give a Gift to Community Center

May 04, 2015

The Dewey Community Center will soon celebrate it's one year anniversary and they'll finish on a high note. Giz Robinson, owner of Ahave Cafe and a big part of the Community Center, has done a lot of research on an LED sign for the Center, the different types and the costs. Mayor Ron Reva ... read more »

Dewey Voters to Get Bond Issue Next Week

May 04, 2015

The city of Dewey has seen a lot of improvements recently and will see more if an upcoming bond proposal is improved. The dollar amount comes to a bit over $1-million. City Manager Kevin Trease said the money will be used for several projects. The vote for the General Obligation Bonds is sche ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Arrested For Rape

May 04, 2015

A $50,000 bond has been set for a Bartlesville man who was arrested on a warrant for allegedly raping a 15-year old girl.  23-year old Kyle Anthony Ebert is charged with forcible sodomy and rape by instrumentation.  Deputies from the Washington County Sheriff's office received a rep ... read more »