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Prayers, Praise, Patriots Town Hall at Community Center

Jul 29, 2022

Josh Brecheen is running for US Congress and on Friday night he was part of a Prayers, Praise and Patriots town hall at the Bartlesville Community Center. Speaking alongside Brecheen was former Oklahoma Wesleyan University President, Dr. Everett Piper and author David Barton. Piper sp ... read more »

Boots and Badges Blood Drive Coming to Pawhuska

Jul 29, 2022

The Pawhuska Boots and Badges Blood Drive will take place next Thursday from noon to 6 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Donors will receive a free T-shirt and a choice of tickets to an area attraction across Oklahoma. Jen Hale with the American Red Cross talks about how important donations are during this ... read more »

Executive Order Helps Protect Cherokee Employees

Jul 29, 2022

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. signed an executive order this week that helps protect Cherokee Nation Employees. This comes on the heels of the nation receiving a FOIA request for over 10 years’ worth of business and employee information. Hoskin says it is important to pro ... read more »

Opening Date for Osage Casinos Pushed Back

Jul 29, 2022

Supply chain issues affecting construction have forced the Osage Casinos in Bartlesville and Pawhuska to push their opening date back to the fall of 2023. Osage Casinos CEO Byron Bighorse has announced that they plan to have the Bartlesville location open by October 27th and the one in Pawhuska o ... read more »

Kane Looking Forward to Taking Office

Jul 29, 2022

One of the most highly contested political races was for the Oklahoma House District 11 seat. John B. Kane won the primary over incumbent Wendi Stearman on June 28 by taking home over 55-percent of the vote. Kane spoke with KWON at Thursday’s Green Country Republican Women’s luncheon ... read more »

Search Warrant Leads to an Arrest in Caney

Jul 29, 2022

The Caney Police Department executed a search warrant at a home on 100 N Spring St. in Caney and after investigation, learned that James Jones of Independence was wanted out of Montgomery County on charges of failure to appear and aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon.   When se ... read more »

Gas Prices Best in Our Area

Jul 29, 2022

Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa are the top four states with the lowest prices on gas as of this week. A survey of gas pricing by the federal government found that Oklahoma and Kansas both had 25-cent drops in price in the past seven days, down to $3.88 per gallon or less. The national averag ... read more »

ConocoPhillips Reports Major Sale

Jul 29, 2022

ConocoPhillips has announced a major sale to Alabama-based Diversified Energy Company. The $240 million sale is for Mid-continental assets include 1500 producing wells in Oklahoma and Texas. Diversified wants to strengthen its presence in the central region of the country and with this acquis ... read more »

Phillips 66 Releases Second Quarter Financials

Jul 29, 2022

Phillips 66 released its financial report for the Second Quarter of 2022. The news is good for both the company and its shareholders. Reported earnings are $3.2 billion or $6.53 per share with adjusted earnings of $3.3 billion or $6.77 per share. In addition, $1.8 billion was generated for op ... read more »

Prayers. Praise & Patriots Tonight at 7 pm

Jul 29, 2022

The Prayers, Praise & Patriots Town Hall will be held tonight (Friday, July 29) at 7 pm at the Bartlesville Community Center at 300 SE Adams Boulevard. Featured speakers will be Wallbuilders President David Barton, United States Congressional DIstrict 2 Republican Candidate Josh Brec ... read more »

Arvest Foundation Donates to BPD

Jul 29, 2022

Bartlesville Police Department accepted a $4,000 grant from the Arvest Foundation this week. The grant money will fund a 12-week executive-level training program for two officers. Police Chief Tracy ROles and Deputy Police Chief Rocky Bevard accepted the award on behalf of the police department. ... read more »

Agape Mission Empty Bowls on August 23

Jul 28, 2022

On Thursday’s ONE ON ONE WITH A PROFESSIONAL, Brad Doenges spoke with Brenda Williamson and Sherri Smith of Agape Mission about their upcoming annual fundraiser, Empty Bowls. The event will be held on Tuesday, August 23 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Bartlesville Community Center. Tickets ar ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged With Assault in Front of a Minor

Jul 28, 2022

A Bartlesville man has been arrested and is being charged with domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor and threatening to perform an act of violence.   On Tuesday evening, officers were dispatched to an apartment complex at 112 NE Katherine Ave. at which time the vict ... read more »

Green Country Republican Women's Club Hosts Luncheon

Jul 28, 2022

The Green Country Republican Women’s club held a special luncheon at Hillcrest Country Club on Thursday afternoon. Several local legislators and officials were on hand to hear from special guest speaker Leslie Osborn, the Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor. Osborn says sometimes difficult decis ... read more »

Internship Program Comes to an End for Trumbly

Jul 28, 2022

It is the final day for our KWON intern Thomas Trumbly. He graduated from Pawhuska in May and after coming up for Class Days in April, Trumbly thought he might want to do this for the summer, as he explains here.      Trumbly is still weighing his options on a career pa ... read more »