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Bartlesville Police Department Getting New Equipment

Jul 03, 2024

Thanks to a $23,250 grant from Phillips 66, the Bartlesville Police Department will have the ability to patrol more of the City. The BPD recently launched a Park Police Unit, which will aim to keep public parks and recreational areas safe. This is a newly formed group that will patrol these areas ... read more »

Nowata Offering Storm Debris Assistance

Jul 03, 2024

The City of Nowata is offering a special curbside pick-up and haul-off service for residents within Nowata city limits who sustained tree damage during the June 29th storm that impacted the community. This limited time program for residents will run from Monday, July 1st through Friday, July ... read more »

Pawhuska PD Reminds the Public of Fireworks Regulations

Jul 03, 2024

The Pawhuska Police Department wants to convey to its citizens that shooting off fireworks within the City limits will not be tolerated, as it is unlawful for people, firms, manufacturers or corporations to sell or discharge those fireworks in town.   An ordinance goes on to say tha ... read more »

June's Spring Showers Springs June Named Cats

Jul 03, 2024

The 4th of July is a time for celebration, remembrance, traditions new and old, and time with family. For some, that family may include distant cousins, close friends, and neighbors that have become more than such. Others may include the furry members of their family.   Marissa Simmo ... read more »

City Offices Closed Thursday

Jul 03, 2024

City of Bartlesville offices will be closed Thursday, July 4 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Thursday trash routes are being collected today, July 3, so that staff can celebrate the holiday on Thursday. Police and fire services will continue as normally scheduled. City o ... read more »

God Bless America...And Those Doing The Handling

Jul 03, 2024

If Americans had a favorite holiday, it would be the 4th of July. Some get over zealous and start the festivities in late June. Some keep the party going after the 4th. Either way the precautions remain the same in Bartlesville.   Bartlesville Fire Marshal Brady Watson explains the p ... read more »

Elder Care Announces Upcoming July Educational Seminars

Jul 03, 2024

Elder Care announces FREE upcoming July educational seminars open to all adults in the community.   All adults are invited to participate in Elder Care’s educational seminars in July on the following dates: July 17 at 3:00 p.m. “Avoid Fraud,” a seminar featuring Tri ... read more »

US Highway 75 between Ramona, Vera Buckled, Closed at Road 3900

Jul 02, 2024

Multiple reports have come to the Bartlesville Radio studios that southbound U.S. Highway 75 between Ramona and Vera at Road 3900 has buckled, causing a road hazard. We're told multiple vehicles may have received flat tires because of the buckling and traffic is backed up in the area. Fir ... read more »

Dewey 4th of July Fireworks & Duck Derby

Jul 03, 2024

  Celebrate our nation's Independence Day this July 4 at Don Tyler Park.  There will be live music, free watermelon, food buy a local vendor, popcorn, The Dewey Duck Derby, and FIREWORKS!   Bring your lawn chairs and plan to spend the evening enjoying the music by L ... read more »

BLC Girls Night Out Game Night

Jul 03, 2024

  You're invited to join us for the 16th Annual Girls Night Out Game Night, hosted by Bartlesville Ladies Connection, at Potterosa on Thursday, July 11th.    Appearing on COMMUNIT CONNECTION, Dorea Potter said desserts will be served starting at 6pm, followed by the ... read more »

July 31 Deadline Approaches for FEMA Assistance

Jul 03, 2024

Oklahomans affected by the April 25-May 9 storms and tornadoes have until July 31 to apply for FEMA assistance. This July 31 deadline is for residents of Carter, Craig, Hughes, Johnston, Kay, Lincoln, Love, McClain, Murray, Nowata, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie, Wa ... read more »

Severe Weather Possible Today and on Independence Day

Jul 03, 2024

The risk for severe weather increases Wednesday afternoon and evening, and then again on Independence Day across the listening area. Strong to marginally severe thunderstorms are expected to form along and near a frontal boundary that will be stalling near the I-44 corridor Wednesday afternoo ... read more »

OKM Announces Expanded Oktoberfest

Jul 03, 2024

  OKM's Oktoberfest will be here before you know it! Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Mary Lynn Mihm and interns Mia Merciez and Jecelle Dobson recapped the recent OKM Music Festival and promote the upcoming events including Oktoberfest.   Bringing a little taste of Ba ... read more »

Last Known Survivors of Tulsa Race Massacre Challenge Oklahoma High Court Decision

Jul 03, 2024

By SEAN MURPHY Associated Press   Attorneys for the last two remaining survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre asked the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday to reconsider the case they dismissed last month and called on the Biden administration to help the two women see ... read more »

Two Injured in Mayes Co. Motorcycle Crash

Jul 03, 2024

A Colorado Man and a Vinita woman were injured in a motorcycle crash Tuesday afternoon at about 4:30pm on County Road S 4465, half a mile from County Road S 350 and ab ... read more »