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Power Outage In Dewey - America News
Power Outage In Dewey2 hours ago
As of Thursday at 1:30 PM more than 1,000 PSO customers are without power in Dewey and North Bartlesville. PSO is reporting that there are 1,303 customers are without power. PSO Representative Stan Whiteford says PSO has people on the scene and it sho
Kick N Fit to offer karate camp over fall break - America News
Kick N Fit to offer karate camp over fall break 3 hours ago
The camp is for ages 6-12 and costs $50, which must be paid by the registration deadline, Sept. 29. Family discounts will be available.
BDA Settles With Rabin - America News
BDA Settles With Rabin 3 hours ago
The bartlesville Development Authority has reached a settlement agreement on two lawsuits filed by Joel Rabin. The lawsuits dealt with the Silver Lake Village Project, and were both filed earlier this year. The board voted and approved to settle the c
Texas man injured in crash near Geary - America News
Texas man injured in crash near Geary 4 hours ago
Conditions of both drivers were listed as "normal" on the OHP report, and seatbelts were equipped and in use by both men.
Man in hit-and-runs targeting homeless pleads not guilty - America News
Man in hit-and-runs targeting homeless pleads not guilty 5 hours ago
Jeremy Dean Thacker is accused of killing 46-year-old Shawn Birdo by intentionally running over him and two others as they slept under an interstate.
Suicide prevention walk set for Saturday in Enid - America News
Suicide prevention walk set for Saturday in Enid 6 hours ago
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will host an Out of the Darkness suicide awareness and prevention walk in Enid on Saturday.
Broken Arrow releases 2018 financial newsletter - America News
Broken Arrow releases 2018 financial newsletter 7 hours ago
The report illustrates in detail how the City generates revenue and how tax dollars are spent. It also details projects the City will work on in Fiscal Year 2018, along with updates on Fiscal Year 2017 projects.
United We Rock Street Party - America News
United We Rock Street Party 8 hours ago
The United Way of Bartlesville is hosting the United We Rock Street Party this Saturday on Frank Phillips Boulevard in front of Painted Horse Bar & Grill. The party, which starts at 7 that evening, will feature Summer's Aunt Jeanie and S
United We Rock Kids Photo Contest - America News
United We Rock Kids Photo Contest 8 hours ago
The United Way is hosting the United We Rock Kids Photo Contest where children can dress up and they (or their parents) can submit the photo for a chance to win prizes. You can submit the photos at bartlesvilleuw.org until October 9. After, voting wil
Washington County Health Department Schedules Flu Vaccine Clinics - America News
Washington County Health Department Schedules Flu Vaccine Clinics 8 hours ago
The Washington County Health Department will hold its seasonal influenza vaccination clinics for the upcoming flu season, beginning October 2. The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Washington County Health Department recommend flu vaccination ea
OU Water Prize winner Eric Stowe challenged by world's urban poor - America News
OU Water Prize winner Eric Stowe challenged by world's urban poor 8 hours ago
A non-engineer whose work developing water and sanitation solutions in the world’s poorest and most populated regions accepted the 2017 OU International Water Prize on Tuesday night.
Woman robbed outside local motel - America News
Woman robbed outside local motel 9 hours ago
A woman reported she was robbed outside a Lawton motel as she was attempting to return to her room.
LPS Foundation breakfast a success - America News
LPS Foundation breakfast a success 9 hours ago
Not only did the Lawton Public School Foundation fundraising breakfast at Golden Corral Friday raise $21,938, two teachers were selected to each win $250 in classroom resources.
Computer glitch hits landfill bills - America News
Computer glitch hits landfill bills 9 hours ago
City of Lawton officials are warning residents and businesses that they may have received landfill billings for $0, although they have recently used the landfill and received hand written tickets w
Bar Association director speaks in city - America News
Bar Association director speaks in city 9 hours ago
Lawyers are being challenged by technology and alternative providers of services, the executive director of the Oklahoma Bar Association said Wednesday, and the legal system needs to make sure that
Witnesses describe slaying scene - America News
Witnesses describe slaying scene 9 hours ago
The trial related to a local killing in 2014 continued Wednesday in Comanche County District Court.
CDSA taking applications for YouthBuild program - America News
CDSA taking applications for YouthBuild program 10 hours ago
Community Development Support Association (CDSA) is accepting applications for the next year of YouthBuild.
Cherokee Strip Parade airs on ETN - America News
Cherokee Strip Parade airs on ETN 10 hours ago
Enid Television Network is airing the Cherokee Strip Parade, held Sept. 16, on Channel 11 and high-definition Channel 111.
YMCA to host chili cook-off - America News
YMCA to host chili cook-off 10 hours ago
Denny Price Family YMCA will host its annual chili cook-off Friday, giving the public a chance to try a variety of chili recipes and support United Way of Enid and Northwest Oklahoma.
Freedom man works to recover from injury - America News
Freedom man works to recover from injury 10 hours ago
FREEDOM — July 27 started out as a routine day for Jason Hillman and his wife, Alyssa.
Boren Steps Down - America News
Boren Steps Down 11 hours ago
University of Oklahoma President David Boren, a former Democratic governor and U.S. senator, says he will resign as head of the state's flagship university at the end of the current school year.   Boren announced his plan Wednesday to