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Like a lot of other cities, Dewey continually has a problem of grease and oil clogging sewer lines.  This could mean unecessary sewer backups for our residents.  Click HERE to view a instructional pamphlet (in .pdf format that can be printed out) on how to properly dispose of grease and o...

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 According to Herbert F. Tyler Memorial Library librarian, Sandy Hadley, the library has a large number of Dewey High School yearbooks available for public viewing.  Despite the large collection, there are still some volumes missing.  If you would like to donate any of the m...

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 Dewey's 30th annual night-time Christmas parade was held Saturday evening, December 9, 2017.  There were many, many entries, which made for a fantastic parade!  Here are the 2017 winners:   COMMERCIAL CATEGORY:           1...

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 Saturday, November 25 from 1pm to 6pm will be the first Dewey Blizzard event.  Area merchants, City of Dewey, Examiner-Enterprise, and Bartlesville Magazine will present a day of fun, shopping and snow!  Approximately 40,000 pounds of snow will be created in Lions Park (behind the De...

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It is against Dewey's city ordinances to "deposit, throw or sweep into or upon the streets, alleys, parking or sidewalks of the city any paper, rubbish, grass, weeds, tree trimmings, dirt, trash, crates, boxes or other refuse of any kind".  This can be found in Chapter 1 USE AND OBSTRUCTION OF ...

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 At the Dewey City Council and Dewey Public Works Authority meetings May 1, Tom Hays was sworn in as Dewey's new mayor.   Also sworn in were councilmembers Kay Bales, Stephanie Hicks, and Wayne Sell.  
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