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Bartlesville PD Releases April 2022 Activity Report

May 05, 2022

The Bartlesville Police Department (BPD) releases its April Activity Report. Throughout the month of April, the BPD responded to 3,717 calls for service, with traffic stops being at the top of the list at 1,195 calls. 1,146 emergency calls for 911 came in second. Rounding out the top thre ... read more »

National Day of Prayer Event Tonight in Bartlesville at HeartMatters

May 05, 2022

  Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Dorea Potter invited everyone to the annual local prayer event for the National Day of Prayer tonight at 7:00 p.m. at HeartMatters, 3401 Price Road in Bartlesville.   This year celebrates 71 years of Prayer for America, 1952-2022.  A ... read more »

Elder Care Job Fair Set for May 12th

May 05, 2022

  Elder Care is hiring! Apperaing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Operations Director Christina Bishop urges job seekers to make an appointment for Thursday, May 12, at Elder Care at 1223 Swan Drive in Bartlesville. You can call for your appointment at (918) 336-8500 or log on to abouteldercare ... read more »

Mullin Co-Leads Bill on Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals

May 05, 2022

Congressman Markwayne Mullin joins Representative Tom O’Halleran of Arizona in introducing the “Modern Authentication of Pharmaceuticals” (MAP) Act to combat counterfeit pharmaceuticals. This bipartisan legislation will require on-dose identifiers on controlled substances to ... read more »

PODCAST: Sen. James Lankford

May 05, 2022

US Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford called into Bartlesville Radio Thursday for our monthly podcast.   Senator Lankford first addressed the leak from the Supremme Court regarding a draft ruling on Roe v Wade that would send the ruling of abortions back to the states to decide.&nbs ... read more »

PODCAST: US Rep Hern

May 05, 2022

US Congressman Kevin Hern called into our Bartlesville Radio Studios on Thursday for our monthly podcast. The Congressman first addressed how the U.S. economy’s GDP  shrunk by 1.4% in the first quarter. According to Hern, in addition to other economic and inflationary pr ... read more »

Bernie's Playhouse: New Non-Profit Made in Bartlesville

May 04, 2022

Giving people purpose and finding appreciation in fine arts is the goal of the latest non-profit to come to Bartlesville. Bernie's Playhouse (BPH) – named after Bernie Meadows, a beloved member of the community and a leader at Theatre Bartlesville that passed away from COVID-19 in 2 ... read more »

Nowata Man Federally Indicted on Manslaughter Charges

May 04, 2022

A Nowata man had a federal indictment returned against him for a charge of involuntary manslaughter. Tyler Cody was named on the results of the May 2022 Federal Grand Jury A as announced by United States Attorney Clint Johnson. Cody was allegedly speeding and unlawfully passed another vehicle ... read more »

Road Narrowed to One Lane in Osage County

May 04, 2022

As construction continues on U.S. Highway 60 in Osage County, the road has been narrowed to one lane between Bartlesville and Osage Hills State Park. A temporary traffic signal has been installed to control traffic for surface repairs. Motorists should expect delays when traveling until furth ... read more »

Dewey Public Schools Buys Real Property from Church

May 04, 2022

Property from Dewey Church of Christ is purchased by the Dewey Public Schools Board of Education for $25,000. The Board approved to purchase 1.65 acres this week from the church, located at 1313 N. Osage Avenue in Dewey. The legal description of this property is Tract B - PS 20-27-13, City of ... read more »

CrimeStoppers Wanted Wednesday: Chris Richardson

May 04, 2022

CrimeStoppers of Bartlesville lists Christopher Richardson as wanted for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in its latest Wanted Wednesday post on social media. If you have any information on Richardson's whereabouts, you can leave anonymous tips by calling the CrimeStoppers hotl ... read more »

Osage Nation Helping Combat Domestic Violence Problem

May 04, 2022

Two organizations recently received $30,000 each from the Osage Nation to help combat the problem of domestic violence. The two groups located in the Lake of the Ozarks supports victims of abuse and neglect.   Last week was National Crime Victims' Rights Week. The goal of that we ... read more »

Bill Passed to Aid County Projects

May 04, 2022

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill on Wednesday that increases the cap on costs for county roads and bridge projects. This cap is the amount before engineering plans are required on any given project. House Bill 3740 was originally introduced by Representative Steve Bashore (R-Miami) ... read more »

Osage County Employees Could Get Bonus

May 04, 2022

At Monday's Board of Osage County Commissioners Meeting, District One Commissioner Randall Jones made a proposal that would give a one-time bonus to all full-time county employees. Jones explained why he thought this needed to happen.   The last time the Board made that resolutio ... read more »

Dewey Public Schools Board Surpluses Five Buses

May 04, 2022

The Dewey Public Schools Board of Education declares fives buses as surplus. Superintendent Vince Vincent says they are in a position where they need to move buses out of their fleet as new buses are scheduled to arrive in the near future. Vincent says they are about two weeks out from re ... read more »