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Dewey Fire Department Puts Out Kitchen Fire

Sep 16, 2020

The Dewey Fire Department extinguished a kitchen fire in the 300 block of North Pine on Wednesday evening after the homeowner returned home and said they could smell smoke inside the residence. According to Dewey Fire Chief Jacob Cox, a crew entered the home through the front door and noticed ... read more »

Tate Appointed as Osage County District Judge

Sep 16, 2020

Governor Kevin Stitt announced the appointment of Stuart Lee Tate as a District Judge for Osage County on Wednesday. In a statement, Gov. Stitt said: "I am proud to appoint Stuart Tate as the next District Judge for Osage County. Judge Tate has spent his entire life getting to know the h ... read more »

Nowata County, Cherokee Nation Sign Agreement

Sep 16, 2020

The Nowata County Commissioners reached a memorandum of agreement with the Cherokee Nation. The agreement was signed at Monday morning’s meeting. The agreement allows the county to receive funds from the Cherokee Nation to assist with road projects. Chairman Burke LaRue said that all three ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged with Grand Larceny

Sep 16, 2020

A Bartlesville man was arrested on a warrant stemming from a July theft incident from a business in Dewey. Joshua Howard appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Wednesday facing a larceny charge. According to an affidavit, a female representative from the business reported the theft t ... read more »

2150 Initiative to Honor Fallen Tulsa Police Sergeant

Sep 16, 2020

U.S. Attorney Trent Shores, Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin, and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Assistant Director of Field Operations Thomas Chittum announced the launch of the “2150 Initiative” on Tuesday. This was done in memory of Tulsa Police Se ... read more »

BPS Working Hard, Thriving Despite COVID-19 Concerns

Sep 16, 2020

Bartlesville Superintendent Chuck McCauley appeared on Community Connection on Wednesday morning to give an update on the Bartlesville Public Schools District and their continued response to COVID-19. Bartlesville Public Schools has gone through five weeks of in-person instruction while other ... read more »

Hern Named Energy Champion by Top Energy Group

Sep 16, 2020

Congressman Kevin Hern was named an “Energy Champion” by the American Energy Alliance, earned with a perfect score on key energy votes this Congress. In a statement, Rep. Hern said: “Energy is the backbone of my district and my state’s economy. Energy jobs pay well and ... read more »

BAHM Exhibit Features Local Medical History

Sep 16, 2020

The Bartlesville Area History Museum is presenting “A Medical History of Washington County.” The free exhibit will run through Monday, Nov. 30th. In a statement, BAHM Coordinator Heather Hutto said: “"This exhibit covers medical history of the Bartlesville area. It exam ... read more »

Murphy's Steakhouse Owner Passes Away

Sep 16, 2020

A local restaurant owner with a familiar last name has passed away. Paul Murphy, owner of Murphy's Steakhouse in Bartlesville, passed away on Wednesday morning according to the restaurant's social media page. After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 1997, Murphy succumbed ... read more »

Lankford Attends Signing Ceremony for Peace Agreements

Sep 16, 2020

U.S. Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford attended the Abraham Accords signing ceremony at the White House on Tuesday. While many across the globe are focused exclusively on COVID, Sen. Lankford said he is grateful the Administration has continued its work on peace in the Middle East. In a vid ... read more »

COVID-19 Not Affecting Local ConocoPhillips Employment

Sep 16, 2020

The Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted ConocoPhillips Chairman and CEO Ryan Lance for a virtual forum on Wednesday morning. During the approximately 25 minute forum, Lance said COVID-19 and the current economic environment has not affected employment at ConocoPhillips in Bartles ... read more »

Wedenesday's COVID-19 Report; Nowata County Man Dies

Sep 16, 2020

A Nowata County man over 65 years old has died due to COVID-19. This is the third coronavirus death in Nowata County since March. Nowata County is listed at 16 active cases, a slight decrease for the second consecutive day. Washington County is reported at 71 active cases which notches a doub ... read more »

Bartlesville Day of Caring

Sep 16, 2020

Bartlesville Regional United Way invites you give back to our community through the annual Day of Caring, with a social distance twist!   Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Wednesday, President and CEO, Lisa Cary and Marketing Director Katie Zaun said 2020 has been a bit different ... read more »

More Wesleyan Christian Interviews to Air on KWON

Sep 16, 2020

It's "City vs Country Day" at Wesleyan Christian High School! Homecoming royalty interviews resume on KWON AM 1400, FM 93.3 at 5:26 p.m. on Wednesday with Makenzie Hendrix and Warren Bresiadecki, compliments of Double G Bulldogs. Thursday is "Camo vs Neon Day" at W ... read more »

More Dewey Homecoming Interviews Air on Wednesday

Sep 16, 2020

It's "USA Day" at Dewey High School! Homecoming royalty interviews continue on Real Country KRIG 104.9 at 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday with Hailey Fesler and Dylan Malaske compliments of Bartnet IP and LPL Painting. Thursday is "Tie Day" at DHS. Homecoming royalty interv ... read more »