Bartlesville Man Arrested For Attacking Woman

Mar 02, 2015

A $250,000 bond has been set for a Bartlesville man who allegedly attacked his sister.  22-year old Joshua Fabri is charged with domestic abuse assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.  Bartlesville police were called to a home in the 1500 block of SW Oak Ave ... read more »

Wright Arrested For Possessing Stolen Property

Mar 02, 2015

A Bartlesville man who was stopped on a traffic violation ends up getting arrested for allegedly possessing stolen items.  50-year old Steven Charles Wright is charged with knowingly concealing stolen property and driving with a suspended license.  Bartlesville police conducted a traffi ... read more »

Osage County Commissioners Approve Land Plat

Mar 02, 2015

The first March meeting of the Osage County Commissioners was one for tax book relief. The Commissioners' accepted and signed a large land plat development for Carolyn Back of Wallace Engineering. Skiatook will be the future location for Sky Lodge Estates, a 48 lot residential neighborhood, i ... read more »

Country Legend Coming to Bartlesville

Mar 02, 2015

A legend of country music will be in Bartlesville in May. Don Williams, dubbed the “Gentle Giant,” will bring his music to the Bartlesville Community Center on May 22nd. Concert promoter Larry Shaeffer said as far as he knows, this is the first time Williams will play in Bartlesville. ... read more »

Bartlesville Rotary Club Hears ConocoPhillips Update

Mar 02, 2015

ConocoPhillips Manager of real estate and facilities services, Mark Headley, was the featured speaker at Monday's Bartlesville Rotary Club meeting. Headley shared information on how many employees have a connection to Bartlesville.   Headley went on to say that there are more tha ... read more »

Washington County Board of Commissioners Meeting on the Quiet Side

Mar 02, 2015

The first regular scheduled March meeting was a quiet one for the Washington County Board of Commissioners. Items of note were letters to the members of the Washington County Board of Adjustment Appointments. Commissioner Mike Dunlap said it's the thing to do.   The Commissioners ... read more »

OK Mozart Live Auction Prizes are Amazing

Mar 02, 2015

The 2015 Men's Division NCAA Basketball Tournament, otherwise known as March Madness, begins on March 17th, St. Patrick's Day this year. OK Mozart is getting a jump on the Tournament with their own version of March Madness on Saturday, March 14th. Marketing Director Linda Keller says this ... read more »

Commissioners Review County's Bridge Plan

Mar 02, 2015

The Nowata County Commissioners Monday morning tabled on how help out the Sheriff's Office financial problems.  Sheriff James Hallett was unable to attend the meeting so the item was tabled.  In other action, the commissioners approved to go out for concrete bids for Bud Frost& ... read more »

Bartlesville City Council To Meet Monday Night

Mar 01, 2015

Three professional service contracts dealing with the Water Treatment Plant are on top of Monday's Bartlesville City Council meeting.  According to the agenda, the city council will take action on a contract with Brown Engineers, LLC for engineering designs to conduct an Arc Flash Analys ... read more »

Area Churches Cancel Sunday Services

Feb 28, 2015

Due to the winter storm, many area churches have canceled Sunday worship services.  Stay tuned to KWON 1400 AM and 93.3 FM, KYFM 100.1 FM, and KRIG 104.9 FM to hear the latest weather cancelations or click here. ... read more »

Nowata County Livestock Results

Feb 28, 2015

Here are the results from the 2015 Nowata County Junior Livestock Show.  Jacie Hill of Oklahoma Union FFA is the Steer Grand Champion and Ty Taylor from Oklahoma Union FFA is the Steer Reserve Champion.  In the Sheep Division, Morgan Kitterman is the Grand Champion and Reserve Champion ... read more »

Native American Adoption Rules Revised

Feb 28, 2015

Cherokee Nation leaders are lauding a guideline revision that could have impacted a bitter custody case in 2013.      The BIA's new guidelines prioritize early intervention - with services designed to prevent Native children from being removed from their homes. & ... read more »

Osage Sovereignty Celebration Set

Feb 28, 2015

Tribal members are preparing for the Osage Nation's Sovereignty Day, which is celebrated annually on March 11th to recognize the ratification of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.      The celebration begins March 11 with a gathering of Osage Nation leadership at t ... read more »

Cold Beer Sales Proposed

Feb 28, 2015

A Senate panel has passed a measure that would allow liquor stores to sell refrigerated, high-point beer.      The Tulsa World reports Senate Bill 383 by Senator Stephanie Bice, an Oklahoma City Republican, advanced from the Senate Business and Commerce Committee by a vot ... read more »

Operation Slick Roads in Effect in Bartlesville

Feb 27, 2015

Roads across Washington, Nowata and Osage Counties are becoming icy and slick. A Winter Weather Advisory is effect for the area until midnight. A four-vehicle accident on Highway 75 caused traffic slowdowns from 3 P.M. until 5 P.M. Bartlesville Police are dealing with a number of accidents and ha ... read more »