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K-State Extension to Host Workshop about Feeding Livestock with Limited Hay Resources

Aug 12, 2022

Due to the drought, forage production and hay supplies have been negatively affected.  To the point that hay prices keep moving up and producers are resorting to baling corn stalks just to be able to feed their livestock.  In many parts of the country, cattle producers have made the dif ... read more »

BPD, OSBI Seeking Woman Who Could Have Info On Man's Disappearance

Aug 12, 2022

Bartlesville Police and the OSBI are looking for a woman from Delaware, Oklahoma.   Investigators say they want to talk to Bailey Whitney about the suspicious disappearance of Devin Viles, who was last seen a month ago in Tulsa.   If you know where either of them are, yo ... read more »

CD 2 GOP Candidate Avery Frix on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Aug 12, 2022

KWON 1400/93.3/95.1 hosts the  Congression District 2 Forum live from Bartlesville City Hallon Wednesday, at 7pm. Both Avery Frix and Josh Brecheen will participate in the forum which will also be brodcast on www.KWONtv.com.     Avery Frix appeared on COMMUNITY CONNECT ... read more »

KWON to Broadcast CD 2 Forum August 17, Live

Aug 12, 2022

Green Country Republican Women’s Club and the Washington County GOP want you to join us on KWON 1400/93.3/95.1 on Wednesday, at 7pm, for the  Congression District 2 Forum live from Bartlesville City Hall.   In addition to listening on KWON Radio, you can watch live video o ... read more »

STANDFirst Donates Ballistic Shields to School Districts

Aug 11, 2022

Scott Walton of the Rogers County Sheriff's office and founder of the non-profit, STANDFirst, was in Bartlesville this week to present ballistic shields to both the Bartlesville and Dewy school districts for use by the School Resource Officers (SRO). The shields offer an added safety measure ... read more »

Supt. Vincent Talks About Teacher Shortage

Aug 11, 2022

A  variety of educational agencies across the nation have been lamenting the teacher shortage that seems to be effecting the majority of school districts this year. Oklahoma has suffered from a shortage as well but Superintendent Vince Vincent of Dewey Public Schools says although the shorta ... read more »

Backlash Begins Against 988 Hotline

Aug 11, 2022

The 988 Suicide & Crisis National Lifeline is just over a month old and a backlash has already begun against it. Originally celebrated by mental health professionals as a safe place for talking and getting help, advocates of those with mental health issues are now questioning how it handles c ... read more »

Quarterhorse Named Official Horse of Oklahoma

Aug 11, 2022

This week, Oklahoma recognized what may be the most important animal in its history -- the Quarterhorse. State Senator Blake "Cowboy" Stephens authored a bill to make the Quarterhorse the official horse of Oklahoma after he discovered a letter sent back in 2019 by nine-year-old Juli ... read more »

Rogers Charged with Second Count of First Degree Murder

Aug 11, 2022

A Bartlesville man accused in the shooting death of two men at the Kickstand Saloon in December 2021 is now facing a second count of murder in the first degree. Gregory Rogers was arraigned on the felony county in Washington County court. Rogers has already been charged for the shooting death ... read more »

Smooth Start for BPS First Day of School

Aug 11, 2022

Bartlesville Public Schools is off to good start!   Supt. Chuck McCauley tells Bartlesville Radio that the first day of school has gone off without a hitch, so far.   McCauley says the new school year is beginning with an increase in the number of students. Enrollment ac ... read more »

Chelsie Wagoner for Ward 2 on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Aug 11, 2022

  Appearing on COMMUNITY CONNECTION on Thursday, was Chelsie Wagoner, who is running for the open Ward 2 seat this fall.   Wagoner is running for seat that is currently being held by Councilman Paul Stuart, who won re-election in 2020. Stuart announced that he would not be s ... read more »

Empty Bowls Set for August 23rd

Aug 11, 2022

  The Agape Mission is putting on its annual Empty Bowls fundraiser on Tuesday, August 23rd at the Bartlesville Community Center. Tickets cost $25 and there will be up to 40 restaurants on hand.    Appearing on CAR TALK with Doenges Family of Autos, Executive Director S ... read more »

Early Voting Begins August 18

Aug 11, 2022

Early voting for Washington County begins Thursday, August 18 for the runoff primary election on August 23. Early voting is open to all voters and you do not need to provide an excuse to vote early. According to Yvonne House, Secretary of the Washington County Election Board, "This is a ... read more »

Conference Center Update

Aug 11, 2022

According to an article in CITY BEAT, results of the Feasibility Study on turning the former First Christian Church into a community conference center will be presented to the City Council on September 6 during its regular meeting. The original study was to guage the need for a conference cen ... read more »

Mosquito Program Specifics

Aug 11, 2022

Recently, questions have arisen about the mosquito program and what is used to spray for them. In the most recetnt CITY BEAT, the questions were addressed. The city stated it uses a derivative of the chrysanthemum flower known as PERMETHRIN. Certified technicians are required to mix and apply ... read more »