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  • Robert Phillips
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    Gee whiz. When did it turn to winter? Yesterday it was in the 70's and then today it is in the 40's with wind and misting rain. Perfect time to buy a new home with a fireplace and some windows. I do believe that is my plan for the night. Go home and build a fire and read a book.
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    Run the Streets Woolaroc 8k is this weekend at Woolaroc, just outside of Bartlesville. This route for the 8K takes you through the buffaloes and deer and zebras. It is one of the most unusual running routes that you will ever do. We are expecting about 600 runners.
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    We have been waiting for this for quite awhile. It feels like fall has finally showed up. It got down to the mid 50's last night and is supposed to be in the 70's today. And the forecast for the week has Thursday down to 41 and then Friday a low of 34 and high of 54. Now that's something I can live with.
  • Robert Phillips
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    October comes from the Greek word ôcto, meaning eight. Because October was the eighth month on the old calendar before they added January and February. And finally the temperature has dropped and giving us the relief that we have been looking for. It is going to be great weather to get out and do things around Bartlesville. This weekend on Friday we are having some live music at Platinum our new Cigar Bar, downtown. And on Saturday we are having an "Oktoberfest" in Downtown Bartlesville. Put on by Oklahoma Mozart, it will be held Saturday from 4:00-11:00 p.m.
  • Jennifer Olson
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    Bartlesville offers great fun for all! Offering as many as four large parks referred to as Sooner Park, Westside Park, South Side Park and Johnstone Park, there is plenty of play time to be had. While parks are dependent on good weather, Bartlesville offers shopping at Washington Park Mall, Eastland Shopping Center and the Quarters Shopping Center. There is golfing, the History Museum and the Price Tower Arts Center. Bartlesville also hosts the annual Sunfest, Woolaroc Kidsfest and Mozart International Festival!
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    The town of Bartlesville was established in 1875 by Jacob Bartles. Jacob Bartles is known for the first trading post established in 1875. Once the trading post caught on a post office was established in May of 1879. From there the town grew as the oil field began to develop on the Osage Indian Reservation in the early 1900's. In 1909 The Santa Fe Railroad built a depot around 1909 which the Chamber of Commerce later took over.
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    Are you kidding me? All summer we didn't break 100 degrees and then the last three days we are hitting it. A week and a half left of August and then into September we go. These hot days will be behind us soon.
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    School has started, fall and football are around the corner. Yesterday was the first day that it hit 100 degrees and today is supposed to be the same. But, that is summer and that is the way it is in the summer. Cooler weather will be welcomed when it comes.
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    Today it is 89 degrees and it is not going any higher. Forecast for tomorrow is 93 and that will be the highest for the week. Normally we have had several over 100 days and no chance of rain. Going into the weekend we have several days of at least 30% chance of rain. Not bad at all. Normally we feel like we are about to melt.
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    We got hammered by the storm last night. It hit around 10:20 p.m. with strong winds and torrential rains. This morning, in the daylight, limbs and tree branches are everywhere. Trees were broken at the base, some limbs were blocking the road and I saw a street sign that was pushed over. My power went out around 10:25 p.m. and came back on around 4:00 a.m. My neighbor across the street (we are on different grids) is still without power at 9:30 a.m. Storms like that make you happy that you have a good roof over your head.
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    Weeze's Cafe is a great place to go have breakfast and sit and drink coffee. They are open for lunch but not dinner. I go every morning for coffee. Good hometown feel.
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    Summer is coming to an end and school starts August 15, 2019. So let's break it down. Which way looks the worst or which way looks the best?

    1 month, 5 days
    5 weeks, 1 day
    2 fortnights, 1 week, 1 day
    38 days

    I like, only 2 fortnights, 1 week and 1 day until I get to go back to school!
  • Robert Phillips
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    The Children's Musical Theater will be performing Oklahoma July 11th - July 14th. Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m., Friday, July 12, 2019 at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. •and Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.

    They twisted the original and it seems pretty funny. And my next door neighbor is playing one of the leads.
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    Run The Streets is a mentoring program which uses long distance running as a vehicle for change with at-risk and delinquent youth. Youth between the ages of 13 and 18 years of age train with adult mentors to run a half-marathon after 13 weeks of training. During the season, youth and mentors log approximately 175 miles together in training.

    We train three days per week:

    Tuesdays in collective running groups at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
    Thursdays in collective running groups at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
    Saturday mornings with the entire group at 7:30 a.m.
  • Robert Phillips
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    The Boy Scouts of America Cherokee Area Council - Bartlesville had 2,401 youth members involved in Scouting programs during 2018. Here are some stats of accomplishments from last year:

    931 Merit Badges were earned
    118 Cub Scouts attended Day Camp
    15 Scouts earned the rank of Eagle Scout
    9,412 hours of community service were donated through service programs

    The Cherokee Area Council is Nowata, Osage, Washington, Craig, Delaware and Ottawa counties.
  • Robert Phillips
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    I knew that the Phillips Company was huge and did a lot of things. But, I never knew that Waite Phillips, younger brother to Frank Phillips, donated his home in Tulsa to the city of Tulsa and it became the Philbrook Museum of Art. And he also donated 127,000 acres of his ranch, in New Mexico, to the Boy Scouts of America and it became Philmont. I have driven past Philmont outside of Cimarron, New Mexico, countless times in my life on our way to Red River.
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    The water is coming back up. It is already near where it was Thursday. They are releasing the water out of Copan and Hulah lakes and all of it is heading this way. What I heard today (unofficial) was that the crest is supposed to be at 7:00 p.m. this evening. If it goes any higher some homes in my neighborhood will be flooded. And, insult to injury, it is supposed to rain and storm today.
    And my home town Fort Smith? Not good. Three bridges getting in or out of Fort Smith have been shut down and people are being evacuated and homes are being flooded.
  • Robert Phillips
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    Memorial Day weekend is a good time for BBQ’s, swimming, and family. It is an important time to remember the young men and ladies that fought for our country. Because of their efforts and sacrifices we can celebrate Memorial Day however we want.

    Memorial Day weekend in Bartelsville is the best time to thank veterans for their sacrifices. Any veteran that reads this, “Thank you for your service.”
  • Robert Phillips
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    Seriously dark to the west. Dark, as in rain coming. The one thing we don't need right now is more water. Another bad thing about all this flooding is that it is heading to Fort Smith, my hometown. My mother is in the 100 year floodplain and 100 year floodway. The Arkansas River is projected to hit a new record of three feet higher than the previous high.
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    Today the wind has been picking up and getting stronger. Forecast for rain and possible storms tomorrow. But, we are planning on having a Spring Fling/Carnival here at RE/MAX tomorrow. So, if it is not raining come out for some family fun, games and food.
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    We live here. We give here. It stays here. That is the motto of the United Way. Support Bartlesville. Support the United Way.
  • Dennis Rudisaile
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    I recently took a road trip to visit the sprawling wildlife preserve located on Highway 123 between Bartlesville and Barnsdall that is Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve. The event I attended, one of many that attracts visitors to the area, was the Mountain Man Camp. A place where you can view the inside of a teepee and see how people lived in the 1840's, all within the beautiful grounds of Woolaroc. You too can visit it anytime between March 13th to September 3rd. Be sure to check on their website for the many events put on during the year.

    Upon entering the Woolaroc grounds, take the two mile drive through the 3,700 acre wildlife preserve and see how many of the more than 30 varieties of native and exotic animals you find.
    During my drive through I spotted Water Buffaloes cooling off in a pond, Zebras, Deer, Ostriches, Longhorns, and numerous waterfowl. There were lots of crafts for sale and activities for all ages to enjoy.

    All around the museum there are various bronze statues depicting life in the 1800's. Once inside the museum you can see a lifetime of art collections. Mr. Phillips passionately enjoyed traveling the world and sharing his treasures with all. There is a lot to see, so take your time and soak it all in. Make a day of it and take lots of photos, it's surely a relaxing way to spend the day.
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    Offering family enjoyment of holiday decor, warm refreshments, hay rides and even education, the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preseve offers a great time to make memories! From learning about ones heritage, and seeing wildlife at its best, the holiday lights are a great addition to the museum.
  • Lee Ann Pierce
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    Musselman Abstract provides a professional atmosphere, they are always cheerful, helpful, and competent. A great place to close a sales transaction, or for any title and abstracting needs.
  • Kelly Hayne
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    Bartlesville is a community that is just 17 miles from the Kansas border. 2015 census data puts the population at 36,595. It is also home to Oklahoma Wesleyan University. Located in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, “Oklahoma Wesleyan University is a national leader in Christian higher education. OKWU is one of the top Christian universities in the country, receiving recognition from U.S. News and World Report, Forbes.com, and CBSNews MoneyWatch both for its excellent academic reputation as well as its mission integrity. Worth the drive to check out the community and the college.

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