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Convicted Murderer Charged with Child Abuse

Oct 21, 2020

A Bartlesville resident who was previously convicted on murder charges was in court in Washington County on Wednesday facing a felony count of child abuse. The district attorney said that Jonathan Garrison has been previously convicted of murder in Kansas and served 13 years in jail. Accordin ... read more »

Ramona Man Charged with Felony Firearm Possession

Oct 21, 2020

A Ramona man appeared at the Washington County Courthouse facing one felony count and three misdemeanor charges. Dustan Blackwood was charged with felonious possession of a firearm as well as three traffic counts for a Tuesday morning incident. According to an affidavit, a trooper made a traf ... read more »

OKWU Overcoming COVID-19 Challenges

Oct 21, 2020

COVID-19 forced Oklahoma Wesleyan University to close its campus in mid-March. After a summer of speaking with health professionals and keeping up with the news, they made the decision to re-open the campus in August. University President Jim Dunn said after two months of in-person learning, thin ... read more »

KWONTV App Now Available on Apple TV

Oct 21, 2020

Do you love watching KWONTV.com? Now you can watch KWONTV on Apple TV for free. Simply search "Bartlesville" or "KWON" on Apple TV to find the KWONTV app. Then you can download the app and watch Bartlesville or Pawhuska football games, forums, prayer times, and more live o ... read more »

Fincher Studies Labor Trafficking, Domestic Violence

Oct 21, 2020

State Representative Derrel Fincher, a Republican from Bartlesville, on Tuesday hosted an interim study examining labor trafficking within domestic violence relationships and its impact on Oklahoma families. The study was held before the House Judiciary Committee. Fincher said it was fitt ... read more »

Pawhuska Schools Recognize Cancer Awareness Week

Oct 21, 2020

This is cancer awareness week at Pawhuska High School and to raise funds for cancer research, the football team is doing all they can to help. On Saturday, they held a kickoff concert in downtown Pawhuska where they raised $1,000 and throughout the week, they are doing all sorts of fundraisers, c ... read more »

President Trump, Biden Face Off Thursday on KWON

Oct 21, 2020

Another highly anticipated 2020 Presidential Debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will air on KWON AM 1400, FM 93.3 on Thursday night. Coverage begins with the Hugh Hewitt Pre-Debate Show at 7:00 p.m. leading up to the debate at 8:00 o'clock. The debat ... read more »

Chip Cruise Event to Benefit WCSO Thanksgiving/Christmas Events

Oct 21, 2020

Mark your calendars for Saturday, Oct. 24th as the Oldies 'N Goodies Car Club is hosting a Red, White & Blue Benefit Chip Cruise. Washington County Sheriff Scott Owen said proceeds from the event will go towards the WCSO's annual Thanksgiving and Christmas programs. He said the fu ... read more »

Wednesday COVID-19 Report

Oct 21, 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 1,307 new COVID-19 cases statewide in in Wednesday’s situation update. 19 new deaths are being reported in the state including four in Tulsa County for the second consecutive day. 870 Oklahomans are in the hospital due to COVID-19. Wa ... read more »

Out of Quarantine: BPS Supt. Chuck McCauley is Back to Work

Oct 21, 2020

Bartlesville Supertintendent of Public Schools Chuck McCauley missed a few days in the office recently due to quarantine protocols regarding COVID-19. Although McCauley never contracted the virus, he was considered a close contact and therfore had to stay in temporary quaratine until it was deter ... read more »

OK House Dist. 11 Democrat Candidate Emilie Tindle on COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Oct 21, 2020

OK House Dist. 11 Democrat Candidate Emilie Tindle appeared Tuesday on COMMUNITY CONNECTION.   Tindle is a passionate supporter of education saying We are not living up to our constitutional requirement to provide good public educations to Oklahoma’s children.   ... read more »

Dog Shot, Killed Near Dewey by Unknown Suspect

Oct 21, 2020

A dog was shot and believed to be killed instantly north of Dewey on Thursday night by an unknown suspect. According to Washington County Sheriff Scott Owen, the suspect drove by a home near 3990 Road and West 1400 north of Dewey and took a shot at a 14-year-old Border Collie named Sadie that ... read more »

Pawhuska Rancher, Businessman Passes Away

Oct 20, 2020

Pawhuska rancher and businessman Frederick Drummond has passed away at the age of 89. Drummond served as owner and operator on the Drummond ranch as well as being an independent oil producer. Drummond attended Oklahoma A&M University and later served in the military. When moving back to O ... read more »

Group Forms Washington County Community Council

Oct 20, 2020

The Washington County Community Council has been formed. This council will serve as another vehicle of communication between the citizens of Washington County and Law Enforcement. Monthly meetings will be held at various locations across Washington County. The public is invited to all mee ... read more »

Temporary Lane Closures Planned for Adams Boulevard

Oct 20, 2020

Lane closures should be expected on Adams Boulevard between Highway 75 and Highway 123 later this month as design consultants for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s rehabilitation project ramp up collection activities on that portion of the highway. ODOT plans to rehabilitate t ... read more »