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Washington County Board of Commissioners Meet On Monday

May 21, 2018

The Washington County Board of Commissioners met on Monday where they first accepted and received letters regarding services related to the Fiscal Year end. Several transportation forms were approved for future roadwork as well. During the Commissioners Report, Commissioner Mike Dunlap showed ... read more »

City to Sell A Round of Bonds Tonight

May 21, 2018

The Bartlesville City Council will sell 9.725 million dollars in combined purpose General Obligation bond tonight.  The bonds will fund the first round of projects approved by voters in the recent election.  The council will also sell a second round of bonds for 525,000 dollars.  A ... read more »

Bartlesville School Board to Sell Bonds

May 21, 2018

The Bartlesville School Board will recognize ConocoPhillips for STEM contributions this evening.  The board will also spotlight PLTW Gateway STEM teachers, recognize the members of the Central Technology Student Association, debate students, science fair winners, the members of the high scho ... read more »

Community Foundation Honors Legacy Famies

May 20, 2018

The Curd and Saddoris families are the latest inductees into the Bartlesville Community Foundation Hall of Fame.  The induction ceremony was held Saturday night at the Hilton Garden Inn. The Curd family made their move to Bartlesville in 1974 but had been citizens of Oklahoma since the 1 ... read more »

K9 Officer Apollo Passes

May 19, 2018

Bartlesville police administration has announced that K9 Officer Apollo has died.  According to Captain Jay Hastings Apollo was able to demonstrate his strength and determination sufficient to allow for his return home with his handler Sgt Troy Newell. Unfortunately, Apollo suffered setb ... read more »

Storms Move Through Washington County

May 19, 2018

Storms moved through Washington County on Saturday afternoon with winds gusting as fast as 70 MPH and marble sized hail reported. Here are some pictures from the storms, sent in by listeners. ... read more »

Nowata Graduates Class of 2018

May 19, 2018

The 2018 graduating class of Nowata High School was honored on Friday night. Ceremonies took place in the high school gym. Seniors walked across the stage and gained their diplomas with pride. Alexa Atkisson was the class valedictorian and she gave a speech talking about memories of the past ... read more »

Indians Hold Tryouts Saturday

May 19, 2018

Several of the area’s top high school baseball players, as well as some college freshman will take the field at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium as the 2018 Doenges Ford Indians are selected. Tryouts will take place at 10:00 a.m. Indians manager Anthoney Towers is intrigued by the new tale ... read more »

Pawhuska Celebrates Class of 2018

May 18, 2018

  Friday May 18th 2018 the community of Pawhuska joined to celebrate the graduating class of 2018. The graduating class of Pawhuska High School for 2018 was 47 students, the valedictorian for the was Hannah Marie Laughlin, and the salutatorian was Sidney Elizabeth Walker.  The cerem ... read more »

Dewey Seniors Graduate

May 18, 2018

The Dewey High School graduating class of 2018 accepted their diploma on Friday night at 8 o'clock. Parents, family, and friends of the 76 graduates were on hand to see them walk across the stage, accept that handshake and their diploma, and turn their tassel.   A recording of th ... read more »

BHS Scholarships Awards Program

May 18, 2018

Bartlesville High School held a scholarship ceremony on Friday afternoon where more than 60 students were presented with scholarships and were celebrated.   Assistant Principal Marsha Fouts says that local clubs and organizations are the ones that generously devote money to those sch ... read more »

Fugitive Friday

May 18, 2018

Kristin J. Apauty walked away March 30 from Turley Halfway House in Tulsa.  Apauty is Native American, about 5-feet 2-inches tall, and weighing approximately 141 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.   She was serving time for DUI and actual physical control convictions out o ... read more »

Arvest Million Meals Cookout Thursday

May 18, 2018

The Arvest Bank, 1 Million Meals cookout will be held on Thursday.   Lunch will be available for $7, and will be a hamburger or hot dog, with chips, dessert and a drink. The party wont stop there though, as several Arvest associates will be participating in a dunk tank, where you can ... read more »

Police Chase SUV, Driver Flees

May 18, 2018

The driver of an SUV crashed his vehicle Thursday night while trying to evade police in Bartlesville.  Captain Jay Hastings reports a patrol officer saw a white 2003 GMC Envoy at about 9 o'clock.  The vehicle was being driven recklessly in the area of Adams and Adams road.  ... read more »

K9 Officer Apollo is Released

May 18, 2018

Bartlesville's K9 Officer Apollo was released from the hospital Friday morning and sent home to recover from surgery he underwent Tuesday. During the surgery his gallbladder, spleen, and two thirds of his stomach had to be removed. Doctors were concerned about his chances for survival and sai ... read more »