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Voters Decide Osage County Races

Nov 07, 2018

With all 28 precincts reporting out of Osage County, Democrat Jerry Howerton, the incumbent for County Commissioner District 1, lost to Republican Randall Jones 2,499 votes to 1,944.   In the Osage County Assessor race, the Republican, Ed Quinton Jr. defeated the Democrat Lisa Traylor, b ... read more »

Man Arrested in Owasso for Animal Cruelty

Nov 07, 2018

Owasso Police arrests a man they say nearly beat a dog to death with an axe Tuesday. According to our news partners at the News on 6, officers went to a domestic disturbance call and encountered a woman at a home, crying and covered in blood. Owasso police say the woman told them it wasn&rsqu ... read more »

Owasso Man Faces 20 Years in Prison, Huge Fine

Nov 07, 2018

United States Attorney Trent Shores announces that Andrew Wade Wyrrick, 24, of Owasso, pleaded guilty Tuesday. Wyrrick pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute marijuana and to possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. As part of his plea agreement, Wyrric ... read more »

Election Results - Live on KWON

Nov 06, 2018

Election coverage LIVE on KWON 1400/ 93.3 brought to you by Phillips 66, Bartnet IP, Triangle Serum and Totel CSI.   City of Bartlesville: Councilmember Ward 2   Candidate Votes Vote % ... read more »

Antle Wins Another Term as Commssioner

Nov 06, 2018

Mitch Antle will serve another term as Washington County's District 1 Commissioner.   The vote was 3553 to 1850 over Tom Scott.  Antle says the win and the margin of victory validates what he has been doing in county government.   Antle joins District 3 Commissione ... read more »

Strom wins House District 10 Seat

Nov 06, 2018

Judd Strom picked up 65 percent of the vote to win the State House District 10 race.  Nowata County voters supported former superintendent, Kevin Stacy but Washington County voters made the difference in the election.     Strom complimented not only Stacy Tuesday night ... read more »

Bartlesville Voters Choose Council Members

Nov 06, 2018

Bartlesville voters decided two city council races on election day.   Paul Stewart beat Remona Colson for the ward two seat on the council 2324 to 1011.  Stewart was excited about the win.   Stewart has talked to many voters over the past few weeks but he says now the ... read more »

Barnett Wins Nowata Sheriff Seat in Landslide

Nov 06, 2018

Terry Sue Barnett won the Nowata County Sheriff’s seat by a landslide. Barnett defeated incumbent sheriff Kenny Freeman as she earned over 83% of the vote. Barnett has lived in Nowata County since 2015. She has an extensive background in law enforcement having served over 24 years as a ... read more »

OKU Readying Itself for Playoffs

Nov 06, 2018

Oklahoma Union football is making its first playoff appearance since 2006. The Cougars earned the third-seed out of Class A District 6 after winning five of its final six games of the season. OKU squares up with 9-1 Morrison in the first round of the playoffs. Cougars head coach Stephen Tramm ... read more »

Drummond Getting Inducted into Hall of Fame

Nov 06, 2018

Ree Drummond will be one of seven Oklahomans getting accepted into the 91st annual Oklahoma Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 15 in Tulsa. Being inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame is the highest honor an Oklahoman can achieve. Since the Oklahoma Hall of Fame&r ... read more »

Outstanding Warrant, Marijuana Possession Lead to Arrest

Nov 06, 2018

A man arrested in Bartlesville appeared before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse facing charges of false impersonation and marijuana possession. According to an affidavit, Foster Mackenzie Glenn was pulled over because he had tag light out. Once pulled over, Glenn got out and talk t ... read more »

Last Minute Look at Oklahoma's State Questions

Nov 06, 2018

5 State Questions will appear on the General Election ballot you may see today if you head to the polls. State Question 801 will be one of those state questions that appears on the ballot in Oklahoma and it could change the way school districts use their existing property taxes in their building ... read more »

Lowe's of Bartlesville Avoids Company Wide Closures

Nov 06, 2018

Lowe’s announces the closure of certain underperforming store locations as part of its ongoing strategic reassessment. To focus on its most profitable stores and improve the overall health of its store portfolio, the company say they will close 51 stores in the U.S. and Canada combined. ... read more »

New Dewey Police Building Being Sealed Soon

Nov 06, 2018

At the end of the Dewey City Council meeting Monday night, the council members went into the Dewey Public Works Authority meeting. The new Dewey Police Building found itself at the forefront of the authority’s discussion once again. City Manager Kevin Trease says trusses should be put u ... read more »

Green Space Name to Wait

Nov 06, 2018

Several people spoke in favor of and against the proposed name of the green space project between the Price Tower and the Community Center Monday night.  Comments were heard from a claim that the proposed name wasn't on some of the original surveys to claims that the public wasn't in ... read more »