Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle, Dies in Osage County

Jan 17, 2023

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) works a fatality collision in Osage County near Sand Springs. According to the OHP, the accident occurred on Monday night along State Highway 97 close to Pond Drive. A 39-year-old man from Sand Springs struck a pedestrian, who died due to the injuries sustain ... read more »

Commissioners Appointed to Annex and EMS Projects

Jan 17, 2023

The Osage Co. Commissioners met for their weekly Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday and was given a report by Jeremy Mclemore for Miller EMS in Barnsdall for December.  The commissioners also appointed Commissioner Charlie Cartwright to the citizen advisory committee to create guidel ... read more »

Man Swings a Hatchet, Winds Up in Jail

Jan 17, 2023

Kenneth Hamilton was seen in Washington County Court today on a charge alleging assault with a dangerous weapon. Hamilton was arrested on Friday, January 13th and according to an affidavit, this stemmed from a comment made by Hamilton about the other party’s vehicle not being worth a lot of ... read more »

Nowata Co. Commissioners Meet Tuesday Due to MLK Day

Jan 17, 2023

The Nowata County Commissioners met this Tuesday morning instead of Monday this week due to MLK day yesterday, and it started with them reading bids for a 2021 or older Ram 2500 Crew Cab 4x4 truck. No bids were awarded, as they will be deciding next week. There was public comment from Steve K ... read more »

Washington Co. Commissioners Talk Uniforms

Jan 17, 2023

The Washington County Commissioners met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday and approved several items, and tabled one. A representative from United Linen presented a new service agreement for uniforms for employees in each district. There appeared to be some confusion over why a ... read more »

CITY MATTERS: Boards and Committees

Jan 17, 2023

If you've ever wanted to participate in city government, the city of Bartlesville is giving you that opportunity. Appearing on City Matters, City Councilor Trevor Dorsey said that the City of Bartlesville has numerous boards, committees and commissions that are driven by citizen voluntee ... read more »

Sitton Resigns: District 4 Vacancy on the Bartlesville Board of Education

Jan 16, 2023

On January 16, 2023, the Bartlesville Board of Education accepted the resignation of Kevin Sitton from his seat representing District 4, which covers parts of the Richard Kane, Wilson, and Hoover Elementary areas. The Board appreciates his service on the board since 2016. In December 2022, Mr ... read more »

Bartlesville Art Association is Growing

Jan 16, 2023

  The Bartlesville Art Association is excited to be launching this new year with great activities for you.    Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Bartlesville Art Association Board President Kathleen Rutledge urges you to check the BAA website for announcements of classe ... read more »

Washington Co. Commissioners to Meet on Tuesday

Jan 16, 2023

The Washington County Commissioners did not meet this Monday morning due to It being MLK Day, they will instead meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 am. On the meeting agenda is to take action on a service agreement from United Linen. They will also make a declaration of a surplus involving a Glock G ... read more »

Commissioners To Talk About Possible Rural EMS Committee

Jan 16, 2023

The Osage Co. commissioners will meet on Tuesday, January 17 instead of Monday because of MLK Day.  The commissioners will discuss and possibly appoint a lead commissioner to establish a citizen advisory committee to create guidelines for rural EMS reporting because of complaints The ... read more »

BPD Report Jan. 13 through Jan. 16

Jan 16, 2023

The Bartlesville Police Department released their activity report from over the weekend, totaling 37 calls for the weekend. 10 of the calls were traffic stops, six of them were for theft, four disturbances and assaults, three fraud calls, with the rest being miscellaneous Of the Miscellaneous ... read more »

Samaritan Counseling's Cornhole for a Cause Tournament

Jan 16, 2023

  Samaritan Counseling's "Cornhole for a Cause" Tournament is Saturday, March 4, 2pm at Cooper and Mill in Bartlesville.   Previously, Samaritan Counseling has held the Sexual Abuse Fundraising Event (S.A.F.E. breakfast) and Daughters of Lot Breakfast event. Th ... read more »

One Dead in Fatality Collision Near Hominy

Jan 16, 2023

A Tulsa man is killed in a fatality collision near Hominy over the weekend. The one-vehicle crash occurred just before 2pm on Saturday on State Highway 20, 8/10ths of a mile east of County Road 5455, 2 miles west of Hominy in Osage County. According to OHP, a Chevrolet Suburban driven by ... read more »

Jenks Sweeps BHS

Jan 14, 2023

Bartlesville High was swept on the road at Jenks, as both the Trojan teams beat BHS to spoil the Bruins road trip on Friday night.  On the girl’s side first, Bartlesville scored the first basket, but that was its only lead of the game. Jenks would slowly pull away from the Lady Bru ... read more »

Wash. Co. Commissioners to Consider Donation, More

Jan 13, 2023

Cemeteries in rural Washington County may soon benefit from a donation from the Cherokee Nation. The Washington County Commissioners will consider the $1,000 gift for District 2's cemetery fund when they meet on Tuesday, Jan. 17. The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. on the second floor of ... read more »