Washington Co. Commissioners to Meet on Monday

Sep 08, 2023

The Washington County Commissioners will meet Monday morning to discuss two law enforcement agreements and also possibly take action on two items related to the new Emergency Management facility. According to an agenda, the commissioners are expected to take up an inter-local agreement betwee ... read more »

Voter Registration Deadline is Sept. 15

Aug 25, 2023

Friday, Sept. 15 is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the Oct. 10, City of Bartlesville Special Election, Washington County Election Board Secretary Yvonne House said Friday. House says that persons who are United States citizens, residents of Okl ... read more »

Arnold Moore and Neekamp Funeral Home to Salute First Responders on Monday

Sep 08, 2023

While the nation remembers the anniversay of 9/11 on Monday, Arnold Moore and Neekamp funeral home will salute the first responders in our area that day for a free lunch.   They inivite fire, police, ems and the county sheriff and deputies for a special BBQ lunch on Monday, Spetember ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Stabs Another Man; Victim Recovering in Tulsa

Sep 07, 2023

A Bartlesville man made his second appearance in court this week on the pending charges of aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Robert McGlothen is accused of stabbing the victim on the 1600 block of SW Elm. According to an affidavit, an officer interviewed three separate witne ... read more »

Photos Link BTK to Missing Pawhuska Woman

Sep 07, 2023

Recently released photos from the Osage County Sheriff's Office have given even more reason to suspect that Dennis Rader, otherwise known as BTK, is involved in the disappearance of Cynthia Dawn Kinney, who went missing from a Pawhuska laundromat in 1976.   These photos are graph ... read more »

Pawhuska PD Looking for Help From the Public

Sep 07, 2023

The Pawhuska Police Department is asking for assistance, as they received numerous calls over the weekend regarding storage units being broken into. These storage units are the ones to the west of Alco and also off of 7th and Maple.   If you have any information regarding the whereab ... read more »

Bartlesville City Council Votes 3-2 to Suspend Water Shortage Ordinance

Sep 07, 2023

Bartlesville's overall water supply is currently at 67.9% capacity. However, the City Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday to suspend Stage 2 of the water shortage ordinance until a committee studies options for more water resources. Hulah Lake, Bartlesville’s primary water supply, is full ... read more »

Arvest Wealth Management To Host Retirement Seminar

Sep 07, 2023

Arvest Wealth Management will host a retirement savings lunch and learn educational session for current and past employees of Phillips 66, ConocoPhillips and Chevron Phillips at 12 p.m., Sept. 29 at Arvest’s downtown Bartlesville location, 100 SE Frank Phillips Blvd. “When employm ... read more »

Hudson Lake Duck Blind Drawings Set for October

Sep 06, 2023

The City of Bartlesville will have its annual drawings for 10 duck blind areas at Hudson Lake at 9 a.m. on Oct. 27. The drawings will be held at the boat ramp. The fee is $10. Any leftover blinds may be purchased at City Hall, 401 S. Johnstone Ave., on a first come, first served basis. Each d ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Slams Woman; Charged with Domestic Abuse by Strangulation

Sep 06, 2023

A Bartlesville man was seen in Washington County Court on Wednesday on the charges of domestic abuse by strangulation and interference with emergency telephone call. Joshua Duncan was called by the victim to their home because the victim was locked out of their house. The victim told police that ... read more »

Bartlesville City Council Approves Buffalo Roam Agreements

Sep 06, 2023

The Bartlesville City Council approved two agreements Tuesday night with Buffalo Roam studios for the potential purchase of the former First Christian Church building in downtown Bartlesville.   First, the council approved a term sheet that will provide up to $2 million in incentives ... read more »

OKM Oktoberfest is October 7th

Sep 06, 2023

  OKM Music’s Oktoberfest is set for October 7th , from 3p.m. from 9p.m. The festival will be located in the heart of downtown Bartlesville on Dewey Ave. between 4th & 5th St.   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, OKM's Rose Hammeschmidt and Joh Mihm welcomed ev ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged with Animal Cruelty; Charged with Contempt of Court

Sep 05, 2023

A Bartlesville man was seen in Washington County Court on Tuesday on the charges of animal cruelty, resisting, obstructing an officer, and interfering with an officer. Art Holtz was arrested on Thursday, Aug 31 after a call was made in reference to several dogs being at large. According to an aff ... read more »

Little House on the Prairie Coming to Pawhuska

Sep 06, 2023

Little House on the Prairie cast members are coming to Pawhuska for a weekend of fun in September. During the final weekend in September, The Prairie Folk’s Antique and Craft Festival will take place at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska.   Admission is $6 and those 12 an ... read more »

Delaware Tribe of Indians Health Fair Sept. 15th

Sep 06, 2023

  The Delaware Tribe of Indians Title VI Program and the Lenape Early Learning Center will be holding a Lenape Health Fair at Forsythe Hall on Friday, September 15.    Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION, Devon Witt with the Delaware Tribe of Indians said the healt fair w ... read more »