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1897 Queen Anne – Coffeyville, KS – $169,900 | Old House Dreams
Lets take a step back in time to 1897 when Coffeyville was on the edge of the industrial revolution. Natural gas being discovered the town grew overnight. Brick and Glass factories emerged. C.M. Ball Owner of Coffeyville Vitrified Brick and Tile Company located his family here built and this beautif
Bartlesville Radio » News » Nowata Takes BAAB Title
The game went back and forth throughout, with Oilfield trailing by two entering the final inning. On a pass ball and overthrow, Oilfield tried to squeak home the tying run, only to see it cut down at the plate for the third out,as Nowata would hold on to a one run lead and the championship.
Political signs taken from Tulsa County GOP grounds 2 weeks in a row, though city ordinance likely allows it
Two Fridays ago, about 20 signs disappeared overnight from the building’s grounds, located near East 51st Street South and South Delaware Place. The signs were replaced, and a week later, they disappeared again.
Another US worker confirmed hurt by mystery Cuba incidents
FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2017, file photo, tourists ride a classic convertible car on the Malecon beside the United States Embassy in Havana, Cuba. Medical tests have confirmed that one additional U.S. Embassy worker has been affected by mysterious health incidents in Cuba, bringing the total number t
Can't Get Into the Pioneer Woman's Hotel? Try Her New Pizza Place
Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond'shotel may be booked months in advance, but if you want to enjoy her rustic world sooner, we hope you're in the mood for pizza in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Drummond just announced a new pizza restaurant in the same town as her hotel that could open as early as next week.
KU's Thompson ties for third after two rounds
The Independence, KS native always plays well at Crestview Country Club in Andover, because he understands Kansas golf.
John Klein: Coffeyville man's custom truck may be next Hot Wheels toy
“I had repaired the roof of a barn for a friend near Coffeyville,” said Erwin, who is 60. “I wasn’t going to charge him anything. He’s a friend, and that’s just what you do for friends.
'Last Chance U' Season 3 Trailer Released Ahead of July 20 Premiere Date
Don Juan Moore/Getty ImagesNetflix released the trailer for the upcoming third season of the hit seriesLast Chance Uon Tuesday.As seen in the following video,Last Chance Uwill focus on players atIndependence Community College in Independence, Kansas, who are looking to get another shot with an FBS t
Bartlesville Radio » News » Three Injured in Thursday Accident
Bartlesville's Fire Fighters and Ambulance personnel used their training and skills Thursday to rescue three people who were trapped inside a vehicle involved in a traffic accident. The accident occurred at 5:45 Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Hazel Road and Madison. Two people were transp
Fireworks sales begin next week
Independence Day is on the horizon, and people can expect to see tents popping up throughout the area selling fireworks of all kinds.According to City Clerk Kerry Sull, all ordinances are the same as last year.Fireworks will go on sale June 27 and may be purchased until July 5. According to city ord
Season Three of 'Last Chance U' Will Feature a Former Red Raider
Season one was a smash hit, but it was Season two that drew in a local audience when Dakota Allen was a star of the show in between his stints at Texas Tech University. Allen had an entire episode devoted to his story and his rise, fall and reappearance with Texas Tech was featured on the show.
Bartlesville Radio » News » Coffeyville Police Execute Search Warrant
An investigation into drug activity and recently break-ins at businesses leads to a search of a Coffeyville home.Police Chief Kwin Bromleyspoke with our news partner KGGF News at the scene at 1005 West 10th Street.Bromley says those five will be taken into custody for questioning. It is believed th
The Pioneer Woman opens a boutique hotel in Oklahoma
She’s a chef, blogger, photographer, writer, and television host. NowThe Pioneer Woman, aFood Networkstar, has added another occupation to her resume: hotelier.
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Braum's grand re-opening set for Bartlesville store
Construction is nearly finished at the new Bartlesville Braum's, and it is set to open its doors Monday, June 18 at 6:00 a.m.
Collinsville pilot recognized by EAA for his outstanding efforts in the cockpit
The free program, unveiled by EAA in July 1992, allows young people to experience positive activities and discover the possibilities available to them through aviation.
Bartlesville Radio » News » Nowata Man Faces First Degree Rape Charges
According to an affidavit, the victim and a friend, also a minor went to hang out with Branch and another adult male. The group of four were playing games and drinking in the garage of the house belonging to the other male.
Cherokee Nation donates $195,000 to area Boys & Girls Clubs
From left are: Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Tribal Councilor Rex Jordan, Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr., Boys & Girls Club of Tahlequah CEO Dennis Kelley, Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Boys & Girls Club of Tahlequah Board President Sandy Crosslin, Tribal Council Speaker Jo
Elk County tour features tips on livestock, conservation
Featuring facets of agriculture and conservation as diverse as the region itself, the 78th Elk County Livestock and Conservation tour spanned a wide range of topics and topography.Beginning at Howard, Kansas, the tour featured 4-H member Wyatt Fechter, who showcased his family’s Maine Anjou cattle h
FSA can soften blow of crop disasters
"If you can't get crop insurance through a crop insurance agent, you can come to us and possibly insure your crops," said Katie Waltman, FSA county executive director for Cherokee, Adair and Sequoyah counties. "It's a catastrophic coverage - so you have to have lost more than 50 percent of your crop