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Suspect Charged in Two Washington County Burglaries

Sep 30, 2020

A Bartlesville man was in court on Wednesday facing four felony counts stemming from two separate burglary incidents. Sheldon Woodward, 19, stood before district judge Linda Thomas. Woodward has a criminal history as a juvenile. According to an affidavit, the first incident occurred on August ... read more »

Woolaroc Looks to Hold Auction

Sep 30, 2020

The Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion would've been held at Woolaroc last weekend, but COVID-19 interfered with the plans for the event this year. Woolaroc CEO Bob Fraser said they missed all the delicious food, incredible art vendors,and dancing the night away with a spectacular firework ... read more »

BPD Looks to Identify Suspects in Vehicle Thefts

Sep 30, 2020

The Bartlesville Police Department is continuing to investigate multiple vehicle thefts and vehicle burglaries, and they need your help identifying several suspects. Sergeant Daniel Elkins said they believe they have two suspects that are working in conjunction with one another. He said most ... read more »

OCSO Continues to Investigate Suspicious Death

Sep 30, 2020

The Osage County Sheriff's Office sent out a press release earlier this week in regards to what they believed to be a suspicious death, possibly involving foul play that happened last week. The incident occurred within the city limits of Bartlesville and Osage County Sheriff Eddie Virden says ... read more »

DRA Looks to Start Fundraiser to Help Local Woman

Sep 30, 2020

The Dewey Recreation Association is asking for help for one of their family members. Maria Palmer has recently had a set back and is back in the hospital. Maria has had a kidney transplant. While she is doing better she still has a long road to recovery. Maria grew up in Dewey and played and ... read more »

Grand Opening to be Held for WCGOP Headquarters

Sep 30, 2020

The Washington County Republican Party will be hosting a grand opening of the WCGOP Headquarters for the 2020 election season on Thursday, Oct. 1st at 3:30 p.m. The Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce will be on hand to perform a ribbon cutting ceremony for the occasion. After the ribbo ... read more »

More BHS Homecoming Interviews on KWON

Sep 30, 2020

At Bartlesville High School, it's Greek Life Day. Wear your polos and your khakis! Homecoming royalty interviews continue on KWON AM 1400, FM 93.3 at 5:25 p.m. on Wednesday with attendant Laura Snider and Colin Goddard compliment of Oklahoma Wesleyan University. Thursday is Athens Day ... read more »

Wednesday COVID-19 Report

Sep 30, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 980 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday across the state. 13 new deaths across the state were listed on the report, none of which were local. Washington County is listing 61 active cases, an increase of two cases. Nowata County is at 20 active ... read more »

Broyles Continues to Challenge Sen. Inhofe to Debate

Sep 30, 2020

Democrat candidate for United States Senate Abby Broyles was in Bartlesville last week to speak at the Washington County Democratic Party's Candidate Forum at the Tower Center at Unity Square. During her time in Bartlesville, Broyles said she wanted to debate her opponent, incumbent Sen. ... read more »

Sheriff's Office, BPD Warn of Phone Scams

Sep 30, 2020

The Washington County Sheriff's Office and the Bartlesville Police Department has received reports of suspects spoofing local law enforcement phone numbers in order to defraud victims. If you get a suspicious call, Sheriff Scott Owen said you should call local law enforcement immediately. ... read more »

Emilie Tindle on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Sep 30, 2020

The Democrat candidate for the Oklahoma House District 11 seat offered her thoughts on State Questions 805 and 814 on COMMUNITY CONNECTION Wednesday.   Emilie Tindle supports SQ 805 which prohibits a convicted person's former felony convictions from being used to calculate future ... read more »

Drivers Needed for Bartlesville's CityRide

Sep 30, 2020

According to the City of Bartlesville’s City Beat, drivers are still needed for Bartlesville's public transportation system CityRide. CityRide Program Director Laura Corff serves as transit director for the Cimarron Transit System, which is administered under the umbrella of United ... read more »

Pawhuska Homecoming Interviews Continue on KPGM

Sep 30, 2020

Pawhuska homecoming interviews continue on Sportstalk KPGM FM 99.1 AM 1500 this evening at 5:20 p.m. Juniors Karlie Long and Hagen McGuire are tonight's featured speakers, as these interviews are being brought to you by Formby Oil and Propane and Bluestem Aerial Sprayers.  Tomorrow i ... read more »

AG Barr to Visit Cherokee Nation

Sep 30, 2020

U.S. Attorney General William Barr is planning a visit to Oklahoma with leaders of the Cherokee Nation and federal prosecutors from Tulsa and Muskogee.    Barr is expected to meet Wednesday in Tahlequah with Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., the tribe's Attor ... read more »

Bartlesville Health and Rehab Holds Blood Drive

Sep 29, 2020

Bartlesville Health and Rehab Community (BHRC) hosted a blood drive on Tuesday. Sandra Brown, BHRC's Administrator, said they wanted to bring the American Red Cross Blood Mobile to their facility to show their appreciation to the community that was very supportive during the COVID-19 pand ... read more »