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A Taste of Mexico in Bartlesville: The Six Mexican Restaurants You Need to Try
In this piece, we're exploring six exceptional Mexican restaurants in Bartlesville. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these places? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in bartlesville, OK
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of bartlesville..
Today the gas price is close to $2.89 in Ochelata as of 2023-12-11. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.153, a week ago the price is $3.242 , according to AAA.
Patriot Athlete of the Week: Lily Talbot
It is another Monday, which means it’s time for another Patriot Family of Autos Area Athlete of the Week, powered by Tri County Tech. This week's featured athlete is Bartlesville High swimmer Lily Talbot. Talbot has been a swimmer with the splash club nearly her entire childhood and has...
Weekly Safety Report: Attempted Motorcycle Theft and Teacher's Distribution of Drugs and Alcohol in Bartlesville, Oklahoma
This week in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, two incidents occurred that raised concerns for public safety. In the first incident, a man and a stolen motorcycle were found on fire, believed to be the result of an attempted theft. An Oklahoma Natural Gas employee extinguished the flames and further investigation revealed that the motorcycle's wiring had been tampered with, potentially causing the fire. In the second incident, a former teacher from Bartlesville Public Schools pleaded guilty to distributing drugs and alcohol to students. The teacher was sentenced to 75 days in county jail for providing alcohol to minors and distributing a controlled substance.
Weekly Safety Report: Shooting and DUI Incident in Owasso, Oklahoma
Two incidents occurred in Owasso, Oklahoma this week. In the first incident, two cousins were shot and killed in an Owasso neighborhood. Manuel Quezada was found guilty of two counts of manslaughter and will be sentenced at a later date. In the second incident, a man drove his truck into a retention pond after leaving a party. He was saved by officers and firefighters. The man now faces DUI charges.
36th Annual Dewey Nighttime Christmas Parade a Big Hit
Hundreds lined the streets of Dewey Saturday night for the 36th Annual Dewey Nighttime Christmas Parade themed "Out of this World Christmas." The parade was carried live on KWON AM 1400, FM 93.3 and 95.1 and televised on KWONTV.com and Facebook Live. Here are the winning entries:. COMMERCIAL: Bellco Glass.
Video: Annual Christmas parade held Saturday in Owasso
Experience the holiday cheer at Owasso's annual Christmas parade! Starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Smith Farm Marketplace, the event showcased an array of spectacular floats. This year's theme? Christmas carols on Parade! Even Foxman 3's evening anchor, Shay Razi, joined in the festivities as the event's MC.
Bulldogger Bond Project Construction has Begun
The $8.2 million Bulldogger bond projects in Dewey have officially begun. Earlier this year, a vote was held in April regarding several issues that involved much-needed school improvements. These improvements include building a new roof at Dewey Elementary School and constructing a new parking lot behind the high school gym for student and event parking.
Toys for Tots Native American Program Arrives in Nowata, Washington Counties
Thousands of school children in Nowata and Washington counties will have a better Christmas thanks to a Cherokee Nation Tribal Leader and the U.S. Marine Corps. It’s been a labor of love for Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Dora Smith-Patzkowski. She says she learned about the Marine Toys for Tots Native American Program from some friends in the Osage Nation who have been participating for years. Since 1980, the Marine Toys for Tots Native American Program has grown to benefit more than 180,000 children who live on reservations.
City plans budget meeting for Dec. 21
Pawhuska city government said last week that a special meeting of the City Council is anticipated for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21 to talk about and amend the 2023-24 fiscal year budget. The budget, as adopted in early July, was understood to be a placeholder to which changes would have...
Copan Boys Win Own Tournament
We had several area basketball teams perform well last week and played for some early-season tournament championships on Saturday. Only one local club came away with a title. Congrats to the Copan boys, who are off to a great start under second-year head coach Kolton Stacy. Hornets beat Barnsdall, 44-40 in the championship game of the Copan Shootout. The win moves the Hornet guys to 8-1 to begin the year.
Osage Co Commissioners Discussing Wide Array of Items Monday
The Board of Osage County Commissioners will convene for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds on Monday morning to discuss a wide array of items. The Board will consider approving quotes to purchase signs for District Three with Sign Tech for $1,600 from the General Government Building and Structure account.
Mayor Copeland invites Bartlesville residents to engage with city at town hall
Mayor Dale Copeland, representing Ward 1 on the Bartlesville City Council, invites all city residents to a Town Hall meeting scheduled for Dec. 14. The meeting is set to begin at 6 p.m. and will be hosted at Arvest Eastside, 4225 S.E. Adams Blvd. The event is an opportunity for residents to engage directly with local governance and stay informed about the city's recent and upcoming initiatives, according to city officials.
Ochelata Man Charged with Domestic Abuse
An Ochelate man was seen in Washington County Court on Monday on the charge of domestic abuse. Jeremy Walker was arrested early Monday morning after a call was made in reference to a welfare check. Officers arrived in the area of N Ochelata St. and made contact with the alleged victim.
New 'Keep Bartlesville Beautiful' Committee To Work On Projects Across The City
The City of Bartlesville created a brand-new committee to work on various projects throughout the city. The new "Keep Bartlesville Beautiful" committee will be tasked with helping the city's parks board in beautifying all aspects of Bartlesville. This includes working on the city's parks, trail systems, sidewalks, and even the...
Christmas tree shortage nationwide prompts increased prices and limited variety
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — National reports show a lower supply of Christmas trees than usual. "There is a shortage nationwide has been for a couple three years," said Bill Jacobs, the Owner of Owasso Christmas Tree & Berry Farm. Jacobs says that because Christmas trees are so labor intensive,...
Community trust or lack of interest? Incumbents win by default in school board elections
Due to either community trust or lack of interest, no new challengers have stepped forward to contest Washington County school board incumbents in the April 2 election, leading to an uncontested renewal of terms for existing members across several districts. In Bartlesville, three board seats were up for re-election. Jason...
Status of history exhibit unclear
As 2023 comes to close it is not yet clear when the Osage County Historical Society Museum, 700 Lynn Avenue in Pawhuska, will finally offer its long-promised exhibit on the history of the Osage people to the public. The Museum discussed the planned exhibit in a story in its Summer...
Eagle Men Get Win Over York; Eagle Women Lose Second Straight
Oklahoma Wesleyan hoops were back in action Saturday afternoon with the girls leading the expedition and falling to York University 71-52. The Lady Eagles got down double-digits early but crawled back to make it a four-point game as they trailed 37-33. That would be as close as the game would...