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Sizzlin' Summer Features BSO: "Summer Soirée"

Jun 05, 2024

The summer months bring lots of cool activities. From swimming, to camps, to festivals, the summer is a time for light entertainment. Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra introduces its own form of heat relief with one of the concerts featured this summer before their opening season October 19, 20 ... read more »

Local Students Have Opportunity to Learn More About Firefighting

Jun 05, 2024

Any local students wishing to learn more about becoming a firefighter have an opportunity to do so. Tulsa firefighters will be holding a one day camp for those aged 14-19 on Saturday, July 13th.   Students will learn about search and rescue, review CPR and AED, learn about the protec ... read more »

Bartlesville Library Closed This Weekend

Jun 05, 2024

The Bartlesville Public Library, located at 600 S. Johnstone Ave., will be closed June 7-8 to accommodate the installment of new skylights. The library will reopen as normally scheduled on June 10. ... read more »

Flag Presentation to be Given at History Museum on Flag Day

Jun 05, 2024

The Bartlesville Area History Museum will be hosting a flag event on Flag Day next Friday. Kay Little will be a guest speaker at noon giving a presentation on the 14 Flags Over Oklahoma. Boy Scout Troop Five will also partake in a special flag folding ceremony.       H ... read more »

OKM 40th Festival This Week!

Jun 05, 2024

OKM Mozart 40th Anniversary Festival is this week!   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, OKM interns Savannah Wooten, Haley King, and Jacob Duhon said tickets are still available for most shows.   The Festival lineup includes:   Jecelle Dobson and The Manhat ... read more »

You May Request an Emergency Ballot for the June18, Primary Election

Jun 05, 2024

Registered voters who become physically incapacitated after 5:00 p.m. Monday, June 3, and are unable make it to the polls, still have an opportunity to cast their ballot.    Washington County Election Board Secretary Yvonne House, said that state law permits voters who become em ... read more »

Freedom Fest 2024

Jun 05, 2024

Who doesn’t love fireworks to celebrate America’s birthday? Kiwanis hosts the annual Freedom Fest on July 4th, which includes food trucks, live music and — you guessed it — FIREWORKS!    Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Karen Wilson and Konrad Brandenuh ... read more »

Sex Offender Arrested Friday

Jun 04, 2024

A Bartlesville man was seen in Washington County Court Tuesday for a probable cause hearing on a violation of zone of safety around schools, child care facilities, playgrounds, and parks. Christopher Sanders was arrested on Monday, June 3rd after he was seen in Sooner Park on Friday, May 31st. ... read more »

Sooner Softball Going Back to National Champsionship

Jun 04, 2024

Oklahoma Softball is once again going back to the National Championship thanks to some late game heroics by Jayda Coleman to give OU a walk-off win, 6-5. The Sooners fell behind early, 5-2 after three innings but battled all the way back and tied it in the sixth. Coleman stepped into the box ... read more »

Ben Johnson Days Taking Place Next Week

Jun 04, 2024

Ben Johnson Days in Pawhuska is just a week away and throughout the week, there are several events going on and anybody could find at least one thing to entertain them.   Getting things kicked off on that Wednesday will be the artisans of the west mixer at 6 p.m. at the Constantine T ... read more »

Slight Risk of Severe Weather Tuesday Night

Jun 04, 2024

The listening area is under a slight risk (Level 2 of 5) for severe weather late Tuesday night into the early morning hours Wednesday.   The National Weather Service says storms are expected to form in western Oklahoma and Kansas Tuesday evening and will likely form into a complex as ... read more »

Local Lawmakers Discuss Recent Legislative Session

Jun 04, 2024

The state budget, education, health care and public safety laws were the main topics of discussion Tuesday afternoon during the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce Legislative Wrap-Up Forum at Tri County Tech.   Sen. Julie Daniels, Rep. Judd Strom and Rep. John B. Kane discussed the leg ... read more »

Osage Nation Election Results Are In

Jun 04, 2024

The Osage Nation held its election on Monday and five current members of Congress will retain their seats, while a Congresswoman who had previously held office has been re-elected.   Unofficial election results show that Joe Tillman, Jodie Revard, Billy Keene, John Maker and Pam Shaw ... read more »

Fallen Osage County Captain to be Remembered

Jun 04, 2024

An Osage County Captain who died in a traffic collision at the intersection of State Highway 60 and State Highway 18 in 2022 will be remembered forever.    In honor of fallen captain Willie Hargraves, the state legislature introduced Senate Bill 191 to give that intersection a n ... read more »

Ascension Continues to Recover From Ranson Ware Attack

Jun 04, 2024

All Ascension St John hospitals and physician offices are still open across Oklahoma as they continue to restore electronic health records following a ransom ware attack in May. They say that progress is being made and the records have been restored in Florida, Alabama and Austin.   ... read more »