News


Welcome Home Kyrian Anderson

Jun 24, 2016

Kyrian Anderson had not been home for more than 100 days. On Friday afternoon around 3 o’clock, that finally changed. Anderson, a 6th grader, had been in Oklahoma City getting a bone marrow treatment to help his battle with leukemia. Supporters gathered along U.S. Highway 75 between ... read more »

Smartphone Vision Loss

Jun 23, 2016

In a new report by the New England Journal of Medicine, doctors describe a case of “transient smartphone blindness.” The report came after two women complained that they suffered from reoccurring vision loss episodes, some lasting up to 15 minutes. Doctors eventually found out that th ... read more »

Water Line Break Fixed Again

Jun 24, 2016

There has been another water line break in downtown Bartlesville.  A leaking water line was detected by the city early Friday morning at 6th and Dewey. The city is aware of the issue and is working to repair the line. There has been no water has been shut off at this p ... read more »

Another Water Line Break Downtown

Jun 24, 2016

There has been another water line break in downtown Bartlesville.  A leaking water line was detected by the city early Friday morning at 6th and Dewey. The city is aware of the issue and is working to repair the line. There has been no water has been shut off at this point, and the c ... read more »

Primary Election Approaching for Osage County

Jun 24, 2016

Osage County Residents will be heading to the polls Tuesday, June 28, for County's Primary Election. Polls will be opening Tuesday morning at 7 and will remain open until 7 o'clock that evening.   Registered voters will be asked to provide photo identification. Those who cann ... read more »

Woolaroc in the Top 18 Southern Places

Jun 24, 2016

Southern Living Magazine put Woolaroc on its list of "18 Places to Visit Before You Die".  Woolaroc Chief Executive Officer, Bob Fraser says he was blown away by the announcement. Fraser says he feels a little like a parent.  You know your child is great but it's bett ... read more »

Woman Dies from Heat-Related Illness in Pawhuska

Jun 23, 2016

A 29 Year-Old Arkansas woman died from heat-related injury Monday in Pawhuska. Meaghan Blair was serving as an adult supervisor for the Osage Prairie Pioneer Trek, an event hosted by the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-Day Saints. During the event, participants dress in traditional 1800s pi ... read more »

Yes For SQ 779 To Meet At Capitol

Jun 23, 2016

Students, parents, teachers, and a group called Yes for SQ 779 are going to the State Capitol tomorrow morning. The group plans to express frustration at what it calls “stall tactics” used by the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, or the OCPA Impact, that will delay efforts to boost ... read more »

Robertson Scheduled On Disposition Docket

Jun 23, 2016

A Bartlesville man who is facing a manslaughter charge that took place on July 1st, 2014 is scheduled to be on the July 6th disposition docket.  Brian James Robertson is charged with first degree manslaughter, leaving the scene of a fatality accident, and obstructing an officer. Oklahom ... read more »

Water Main Break Fixed

Jun 23, 2016

The water main break that happened earlier this morning in the East 6th and Dewey area has been fixed. The cause for the damage was just an old line, which finally gave way. Workers were at the break and worked for around three hours to fix the leak, then another two hours to compact the gravel b ... read more »

Water main break

Jun 23, 2016

Bartlesville Water Department crews are working on a water main break in the East 6th and Dewey area.  Water is off in the area because of the break.  Once the city coordinates with other utilities that may have lines buried in the area, they will work to restore the line.  Once th ... read more »

Board of Adjustment Meeting

Jun 22, 2016

The Bartlesville City Board of Adjustment will have their regular meeting on Thursday, June 23, at 5 PM in the City Council Room at City Hall. On the agenda is a public hearing to consider and take action on a special zoning permit to allow a major home occupation license on a property ... read more »

WCSPCA Board Discusses Animal Population

Jun 23, 2016

The Washington County SPCA Board of Directors held their June meeting Wednesday evening, during which Committee leaders discussed what has been happening with the WCSPCA.   Deanna McDonald discussed SPCA shelter operations, and highlighted that the shelter is currently housing approx ... read more »

Boys and Girls Club Has a Busy Summer

Jun 22, 2016

The Bartlesville Boys & Girls Club’s summer program is off to a rocking start.  The facility is full of young people Monday through Friday 8 to 5. So far more than 500 youngsters are enrolled in the summer program and an average of 300 have been attending the Club each day. The Tee ... read more »

Milner Trial Date Scheduled

Jun 22, 2016

A Bartlesville man who is accused of kidnapping his ex-girlfriend last December has a trial date scheduled for August 15th.  James Eliot Milner is charged with kidnapping, domestic abuse, making threats to kill, and violation of a protective order. According to a court affidavit, the wo ... read more »