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Rep. Markwayne Mullin on ABC Talks About DC Chaos

Jan 07, 2021

U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin was on ABC’s special coverage of the chaos in Washington, D.C., after witnessing a standoff situation that led to a shooting at the U.S. Capitol.   Mullin said that he was trying to keep people from being shot. He also said those who breached the Capi ... read more »

Lankford Condemns Violent, Destructive Protests at Capitol on Senate Floor

Jan 07, 2021

Senator James Lankford (R-OK) today spoke during debate on certification of the electoral votes to condemn the acts of violence and destruction at the Capitol complex today as a mob of protestors stormed the Capitol building. Lankford also issued a joint statement this evening with ... read more »

Hern Statement on Attack of the US Capitol, Objection to Electoral College Results

Jan 07, 2021

Representative Kevin Hern (OK-01) released the following statement after supporting the objection of the electors from the states of Pennsylvania and Arizona: “This was a sad day in our nation’s history,” said Rep. Hern. “Our Capitol building has been a symbo ... read more »

Spirit Church Pastor Calls for Prayer for America

Jan 06, 2021

Lead Pastor Darryl Wootton of Spirit Church said it is time to pray for our nation without ceasing. Protests broke at the United States Capitol on Wednesday afternoon, causing the Capitol building to go under lock down. In a time of prayer on Facebook Live, Pastor Wootton asked God for th ... read more »

Semi-Truck Tractor Catches Fire Near Ochelata

Jan 06, 2021

A semi-truck tractor caught fire early Wednesday morning near Ochelata. According to Washington County Sheriff Scott Owen, the fire took place just before 5:00 a.m. along U.S. Highway 75 and West 3000 Road. He said the cause of the fire is unknown at this time. The Ochelata, Ramona and Og ... read more »

Gov. Stitt Addresses Protests at the Nation's Capitol

Jan 06, 2021

Governor Kevin Stitt took to social media to denounce the protests that are taking place at nation’s Capitol. In a statement, Gov. Stitt said: "I have always protected and supported the right for peaceful demonstrations, but we cannot stand for violence. What is happening at th ... read more »

Wednesday COVID-19 Report

Jan 06, 2021

COVID-19 deaths are being reported in Washington County and Nowata County in Wednesday’s report from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Washington County has reported 61 total deaths and Nowata County is now at 10 COVID-19 related deaths. Washington County is reporting 325 active ... read more »

Osage Nation Offering Financial Assistance for Groceries

Jan 06, 2021

The Osage Nation Financial Assistance Office is offering help with grocery and household aid. This is a one-time offer for Native Americans living in Osage County.   Single individuals are eligible to receive up to $100 and families of two or more could receive up to $300. In order t ... read more »

Nation's Capitol Under Lock Down, Protests Continue

Jan 06, 2021

The United States Capitol went under lock down after election protestors stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday afternoon. Megan Zimmer with Cities 92.9 out of Bloomington, Illinois had a report from the nation's Capitol once confirmation hearings began. Keep it tuned to KWON AM 14 ... read more »

Oklahoma Senator James Lankford Posts About Protests

Jan 06, 2021

Oklahoma Senator James Lankford posted on social media amid protestors breaching the capitol building on Wednesday afternoon. Lankford gave a status update earlier in the day:   Protesters have charged the Capitol and have surrounded the Senate chamber. They have asked us to stay ... read more »

Pawhuska Sales Tax Meeting Held Wednesday Afternoon

Jan 06, 2021

The Pawhuska Hospital came to the city council in late 2020 asking for a one cent increase in sales tax in an effort to help the hospital financially. In turn, that increase would raise taxes on Pawhuska residents, something Osage County Sheriff Eddie Virden doesn't want to see. In an effort ... read more »

City Says Goodbye to Judge Steve Conatser

Jan 06, 2021

The City of Bartlesville's City Beat, edited by Chief Communications Officer Kelli Williams, shared this story with Bartlesville Radio on Wednesday afternoon. The story reflects the life and story of former City Judge Steve Conatser, who touched the lives of many in our community. As the ... read more »

Rep. Strom Named Chairman of A&B General Government

Jan 06, 2021

State Representative Judd Strom, a Republican from Copan, accepted appointment to Chairman of the House A&B General Government Committee on Tuesday. Rep. Strom said he had the opportunity to come into the committee two years ago and work as vice chairman under Chairman Charles Ortega. He ... read more »

Kelsey Smith Act Filed to Locate Kidnap Victims Quicker

Jan 06, 2021

State Sen. Darrell Weaver, a Republican from Moore, has filed legislation to require cell phone companies to provide phone location information to law enforcement in emergency situations, such as an abduction. Senate Bill 272, the “Kelsey Smith Act,” is named for an 18-year-old fr ... read more »

2021 KWON Cooking Extravaganza--Your Recipe Could Be a Winner!

Jan 06, 2021

\It's back! The 2021 KWON Cooking Extravaganza is set for Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 at  the Bartlesville Community Center featuring Local Celebrity Chefs On-Stage.   If are you looking for a fun night out for the families, friends, couples or organizations, this is the show ... read more »