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Bartlesville Man Arrested on Methamphetamine Trafficking Charges

Sep 19, 2018

A Bartlesville man who was the passenger of a car pulled over in routine traffic stop was arrested after methamphetamine and several items of drug paraphernalia were found in the vehicle. Brian Lewis was charged with a single count of trafficking methamphetamine during a court appearance on Wedne ... read more »

Local League Helps Youth Register to Vote

Sep 19, 2018

League of Women Voters member Vanessa Drummond says she joined the league to help young people register to vote. Drummond says she loves helping 18-year-olds register to vote at local high schools because that process doesn’t happen automatically. She says even students who haven’ ... read more »

Beer Shortage Leaves Room for Optimism

Sep 18, 2018

Oklahoma sees a shortage in beer as convenience and grocery stores move toward switching to stronger beer in October. Stores have been balancing the arrival of new beer products with the need to clear their shelves of 3.2 percent beer while meeting demand. Retailers are also trying to sell as ... read more »

Foster Bonanza to Honor Two

Sep 19, 2018

This year's Oklahoma Wesleyan University Foster Bonanza will honor two "Pioneers in Free Enterprise Fellows" who will be inducted into the Keating Center Pioneers Hall of Fame on October 11th. Oklahoma Wesleyan has chosen to honor both a modern and a historic oilman who have both ha ... read more »

Airport Will Be Site of Emergency Drill Tuesday

Sep 19, 2018

ConocoPhillips will sponsor a multi-agency emergency response drill Tuesday at the Bartlesville Municipal Airport.   The drill will involve ConocoPhillips, which manages the Bartlesville Municipal Airport, as well as several other agencies and organizations.  Participating agenc ... read more »

Tower Green Design Concepts Presented to Committee

Sep 18, 2018

Students from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin group based in Arizona draw up designs for the voter approved Tower Green project in Bartlesville and present to the Tower Green Design Committee Tuesday evening. A Tower Green project interest panel was held at the Bartlesville Community Cent ... read more »

Gentges in Favor of BPD Take Back Day

Sep 18, 2018

For the third time in a year Bartlesville Police Department will participate in the next National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 27. The event, sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration, allows citizens to safely and legally dispose of unwanted prescription ... read more »

Working Group Continues Conservative Approach Wednesday

Sep 18, 2018

Bartlesville’s Senator Julie Daniels will attend another Legislative Working Group session at the Oklahoma Capitol building in regards to the passage of the short, five-page 788 medical marijuana bill. Senator Daniels has attended multiple Legislative Working Group sessions in recent weeks ... read more »

Oklahoma Heritage Farm Festival Coming to Ramona

Sep 18, 2018

The Oklahoma Heritage Farm Annual Fall Festival is slated to begin this Saturday in Ramona. This year’s festival features, several activities including games, entertainment, a pumpkin patch, shopping, a petting zoo and a jaw dropping maze among other activities. The theme for the 2018 f ... read more »

Senator Says Hunting, Fishing Improves Economy and Heritage

Sep 18, 2018

Saturday marks the nation’s 46th annual National Hunting and Fishing Day. Oklahoma Senator Mark Allen says hunters and anglers are the primary source of conservation funding for the Sooner State through their purchases of licenses, tags and stamps. Senator Allen says all Oklahomans ben ... read more »

Design Group to Present Tower Green Options

Sep 18, 2018

A group from Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin group is in Bartlesville working on the design for the voter-approved Tower Green Project.  City councilman, Alan Gentges says the group of students along with their faculty advisor and a Kansas City architect arrived on Friday to learn the comm ... read more »

School Foundation Announces Funding Goal

Sep 17, 2018

The Bartlesville Public School Foundation will continue to support funding for STEM programs in all of the city's K through 5 public schools.  Foundation Executive Director, Blair Ellis told the board the foundation has been able to raise more than 200 thousand dollars for elementary ste ... read more »

Ocheleta Man Charged with DUI, Domestic Abuse

Sep 17, 2018

A domestic abuse incident between a man and woman while driving down U.S. 75 led to an arrest. Jeffrey Edwards appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Monday facing charges of driving under the influence and domestic assault and battery for occurrence that took place on Saturday. Acco ... read more »

Annual Health, Wellness Education Coming to Local Library

Sep 17, 2018

The ongoing health and wellness education series going on at the Bartlesville Public Library will feature a personal trainer Thursday. Personal trainer Josh Wright from Colaw Fitness in Bartlesville will present "The 13 Biggest Health Discoveries of the Past Few Years." Bartlesville ... read more »

Police Detain Owasso High School Student with Loaded Gun

Sep 17, 2018

KWON's news partners at the News on 6 say classes resumed at Owasso High School after a student was taken into custody. Police said the student brought a loaded gun to school. Superintendent Amy Fichtner said the 16-year-old student who had the loaded gun was detained by the Owasso Police ... read more »