Hoover Elementary Continues to Assist the Meijer Family

Feb 06, 2020

The Meijer family has some good news to share with you as Hoover Elementary School in Bartlesville continues their efforts to help them financially. 33-year-old Alex Meijer, who has been diagnosed with stage four terminal cancer, is on the mend. Amanda Daniels, a family friend and a third gra ... read more »

Several Witnesses Testify on Day One of Donaldson Murder Trial

Feb 06, 2020

The first round of witnesses gave testimony in the trial of Terry “T.J.” Donaldson Jr. on charges of murder in the first degree. In total, seven witnesses took the stand on the first day of deliberations. Donaldson is accused of murdering Gregg Meidl in Bartlesville on August 19, 2018 ... read more »

Bartlesville Radio Wins 2019 Best of Show Award, More

Feb 06, 2020

The Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters has announced its winners for the 2019 OAB Awards, and Bartlesville Radio has finished at the top. For the second consecutive year, KWON-KYFM-KRIG-KPGM will walk away from the OAB Convention with the Best of Show Award in the Non-Metro Radio Division. ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged With Domestic Abuse

Feb 06, 2020

A Bartlesville man was arrested and charged Wednesday evening for domestic abuse and possession of a controlled dangerous substance. The defendant, Mark Henshall had told the victim he wanted her to buy him cigarettes when she was leaving the residence. She told Henshall no and that is when H ... read more »

ConocoPhillips Announces Multi-Year Project to Refresh Bartlesville Plaza Office Building

Feb 06, 2020

ConocoPhillips has announced a multi-year project to refresh its Plaza Office Building (POB) in downtown Bartlesville. According to a company press release: One of the primary goals of the project is to improve the employee experience in Bartlesville. The project focuses on upgrading infr ... read more »

Copan Authority Holds Off on Water Plant Plan

Feb 06, 2020

The Copan Public Works Authority is still contemplating what they will do to improve the town's water plant system. On Tuesday, Steve Wheeler (pictured) from Oklahoma Water addressed the Authority. Wheeler explained to the Authority why he should be a project manager that would bring a ne ... read more »

Ascension St. John to Celebrate One Ascension Journey

Feb 06, 2020

In October 2018, St. John Health System announced plans to add Ascension to its name as part of a national effort to make it easier for patients and families to access the care they need and navigate their health. Having completed the legal requirements for the name change, new external and i ... read more »

Reece Pleads Guilty to 2015 Murder in Osage County

Feb 06, 2020

A man charged with a 2015 murder occurring in Osage County pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to murder in the second degree. 35-year-old Jeremy Keith Reece (pictured), a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, admitted that he intentionally shot and killed Rick Holt in Osage Nation Indi ... read more »

CMT Auditions for Summer Production to be Held Soon

Feb 06, 2020

The call to local children to perform in Children's Musical Theater of Bartlesville's production of the “The Music Man” has been called. Auditions for CMT's summer Main Stage Production of “The Music Man” are set to take place on February 19th through Febru ... read more »

Election Day Nearing in Osage County

Feb 06, 2020

The City of Pawhuska Primary Election for the Councilman At-large, along with the Wynona Special School Election will take place this Tuesday. Byron Cowan, Amber Nash, Steven Tolson and the incumbent, Rodger Milleson, are all running for the At-large Council seat in the city of Pawhuska. Ther ... read more »

Jurors Selected, Opening Statements to Begin in Donaldson Trial

Feb 06, 2020

14 jurors were selcted, seven male and seven female, to begin the trial against Terry Donaldson Jr. Charges of murder in the first degree and several lesser charges will be deliberated. Opening statements are slated to begin Thursday afternoon. It is alleged that Donaldson shot and killed Gre ... read more »

Registration Deadline is Friday for Upcoming Elections

Feb 06, 2020

Friday is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the March 3rd Presidential Preferential Primary Election and the Special Washington County Election. Yvonne House, the Secretary for the County Election Board, said persons who are U.S. citizens, residen ... read more »

Wynona Public Schools Closed Through the End of the Week

Feb 06, 2020

After visiting with staff and reviewing results of a survey sent home to parents, Wynona Public Schools has made the decision to cancel school through Friday, this according to the Wynona Public School District Facebook Page. The district says that at this time, there are a number of students ... read more »

Weather Related Closings - Feb. 6

Feb 04, 2020

Though major roads in Northeast Oklahoma and Southeast Kansas are clear and dry, there are still some closings today due to scattered icy spots - Thursday, February 6.  Send us your pictures and road conditions to or to our Facebook page. You can find the full ... read more »

Filing Period Ends Wednesday for Dewey Municipal Office

Feb 05, 2020

The filing period for candidates for municipal office in the City of Dewey municipality opened at 8:00 a.m. on Monday. The filing period closed at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday. At the close on Wednesday, Mayor Tom Hays was the only one who had filed for his seat on the Dewey City Council, so he wil ... read more »