News


Kincade Has New Court Date

Mar 10, 2017

A Bartlesville woman who is accused of attacking her 5-year old daughter, has a new court date scheduled for April 7th on the status docket.  42-year old Julieanne Kincade is charged with child abuse by injury.  Bartlesville police were called to Jane Phillips Medical Center to investig ... read more »

Shamrock The Ville

Mar 10, 2017

The Marry Martha Outreach Center's Shamrock The 'Ville 5K and Couch race will be taking the streets on Saturday morning as participants will gather in Downtown Bartlesville. This race is a St. Patrick's Day celebration where you can compete in a 5K race, a 1 mile Fun Run, or a couch r ... read more »

Public Hearing to Discuss Bluestem Ranch Sunday

Mar 10, 2017

The Osage Nation Congressional Commerce, Gaming and Land Committee will be holding a second public hearing regarding the status and plans for the recently acquired Bluestem Ranch. Osage News reported that the hearing will be held Sunday March 12 at 2pm at the former Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center bu ... read more »

Police Respond to Domestic Incident

Mar 10, 2017

Bartlesville police responded at about 4:30 to a family fight call at a mobile home on west 14th street in Bartlesville Thursday afternoon.  According to Bartlesville Police Department Public Information Officer Jay Hastings, the caller reported seeing a man and two women arguing. The caller ... read more »

Three People Face Drugs And Gun Charges

Mar 09, 2017

Three people who were arrested in Dewey for drugs and a loaded firearm were back in Washington County District Court facing formal charges.  26-year Ian Henry Meixner is charged with possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of pa ... read more »

Fallin Names Droegemeier A Secretary

Mar 09, 2017

Governor Mary Fallin has named Dr. Kelvin Droegemeier as Oklahoma's new secretary of science and technology.   Droegemeier is currently vice president for research at the University of Oklahoma. He is a regents' professor of meteorology and serves on Fallin's Science and Tech ... read more »

Drug Bill Faces Heat

Mar 09, 2017

Parts of a proposal approved by voters in November to reduce the penalties for simple drug possession are being rolled back under a bill narrowly approved by the Oklahoma House.   The House voted 51-38 on Thursday to approve the bill that would allow felony drug possession charges for th ... read more »

Daniel Waives Preliminary Hearing

Mar 09, 2017

A Dewey man who allegedly gave the authorities a false name has waived preliminary hearing and is bound over for formal arraignment.  Bryan Randall Daniel is charged with false personate to create liability and possession of paraphernalia.  Dewey police conducted a traffic stop at the i ... read more »

Osage Nation Sovereignty Powwow this Saturday

Mar 09, 2017

The Osage Nation would would like to extend an invitation for their annual Sovereignty Day Celebration this Saturday, March 11. Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, from Osage Nation Communications, discussed the event with bartlesvilleradio. The Osage Nation Sovereignty Powwow is open to the public ... read more »

Washington County Emergency Management Helps Woodward

Mar 09, 2017

Washington County Emergency Management has lent it's hand in help by sending equipment and aid to Woodward to assist with the ongoing fires. WCEM says that several firefighters and vehicles went to Woodward on Tuesday. Everyone and everything has since returned, with the exception of Dire ... read more »

Authorites Want Help with Linger Longer Theives

Mar 09, 2017

The Dewey Police Department is looking for the public's assistance in identifying two individuals involved a theft. According to Crime Stoppers Coordinator, Nathan Mellen security videos from February 24th show the two at the Linger Longer Antique store getting into a display case and stealin ... read more »

Lamb Enjoys Being With The Public

Mar 09, 2017

State leaders are dealing with many issues including a budget shortfall.  For one state leader, he likes to get away from the state capitol and meet with the public, hearing their concerns.  During a recent KWON Community Connection program, Lt. Governor Todd Lamb enjoys being out in th ... read more »

Tennison Arrested on Drug Charges

Mar 08, 2017

A $75,000 bond has been set for a Bartlesville man who allegedly had possession of illegal drugs.  28-year old Johnny Calvin Tennison is charged with trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of heroin, possession of paraphernalia, and obstructing an officer.  Bartlesville police were ... read more »

Nowata County Corrections Conundrum

Mar 08, 2017

With the announcement of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections canceling contracts with the Nowata County Jail, several questions have arose in the county. This contract cancellation comes on the heels of several high ranking officers in the Sheriff's department resigning, including Rick Mil ... read more »

DOC Contract with Nowata Country To Be Canceled

Mar 08, 2017

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections has sent letters to 10 county jail administrators announcing the cancellation of their contracts with the agency. This move is expected to save the DOC an estimated $775,000 by the end of the fiscal year. The department continues to look for ways to close ... read more »