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Barnsdall Mayor Talks Damage from Tornado

Apr 02, 2024

Reports are coming in from Barnsdall about the damage that some structures took after a tornado touched down on the Osage County town on Monday evening. A handful of structures along with two homes were demolished all on the east side of town. There is scattered damage to other homes and busi ... read more »

4Paws Is Now Open In Pawhuska

Apr 02, 2024

One thing about heroes is that they never stop to think about themselves. Heroism embodies every limb, though most do not wear capes, but can be seen in even the most ordinary of days. 4Paws Animal Welfare in Pawhuska Oklahoma has only been open for a few hours, but have already started a tid ... read more »

Roles Accepts Ada City Manager Post

Apr 02, 2024

Assistant City Manager Tracy Roles will soon leave his Bartlesville post to assume the position of Ada city manager following a vote of the Ada City Council on Monday. Roles, who was promoted to Bartlesville assistant city manager in April 2023, formerly served as the City’s police chie ... read more »

Tuesday is Election Day in Washington County

Apr 02, 2024

Three elections in Washington County are being held today, April 2 — the city of Bartlesville special election, a school bond election in Copan and a school bond election for Oklahoma Union Public Schools.    On the ballot in Bartlesville are proposed changes to the city c ... read more »

Reported Storm Damage

Apr 02, 2024

There is some  damage to property Tuesday morning after a possible tornado touched down overnight in Osage County.   Damage was reported last night in Barnsdall, Osage County, from a possible tornado. Our reporter on the ground saw damage to homes, vehicles, lots of downed trees ... read more »

Severe Weather Coverage Update

Apr 01, 2024

UPDATE 8:44 p.m.: Live Coverage is no longer available  There were three confirmed tornado touchdowns and various power outages. Photo Courtesy of Jimmy Williams ---------------------------------------------------------------- Tune into any one of KWON AM 1400 FM 93.3 & 9 ... read more »

Water Rates Set to Increase Imminently in Dewey

Apr 01, 2024

The Dewey Public Works Authority met Monday regarding water utility fee rates. The main item of discussion was on Ordinance Number 2024-1609 on amending water rates of the Dewey City Code. The item would be approved and will go into effect immediately. Mayor Tom Hays explains the upcoming cha ... read more »

Nowata County Commissioners Hold First April Meeting

Apr 01, 2024

The Nowata County Commissioners started their Monday meeting by listening to Gavin Brady with the with the Oklahoma Water Resource Board about being on a flood plan. Brady explained in greater detail about why he came by. Next, the Nowata Public Library announced that all of their staff will ... read more »

Osage Co Commissioners Approve Contracts on Monday

Apr 01, 2024

The Board of Osage County Commissioners convened for a brief meeting on Monday morning at which time they officially signed Osage County Tourism Director Mary Beth Moore to a bi annual contract extension.   At the meeting, the Board also signed a contract with Priefert Manufacturing ... read more »

Severe Weather Likely Monday Evening

Apr 01, 2024

Thunderstorms are likely Monday across eastern Oklahoma and southeast Kansas, with a risk of severe weather this afternoon into the evening hours. Severe weather is looking more likely with large hail up to softball size, locally damaging winds of 70-80 mph and an elevated threat for tornadoe ... read more »

Bartlesville's Biggest Potluck Ever

Apr 01, 2024

You are invited to a community-wide potluck at "Bartlesville's Biggest Potluck Ever" on Sunday, April 14th from 5:30-7pm and Unity Square!    Preaching Minister Aaron Kirkpatrick with the Adams Blvd Church of Christ was our guest on COMMUNITY CONNECTION. Aaron invi ... read more »


Apr 01, 2024

  Do you love Mamma Mia? Do you love the music of ABBA? Then you do not want to miss this show! ABBAFAB is a stunning tribute to some of the greatest music produced in the 70s and 80s including monster hits such as Waterloo, Fernando, Honey Honey, Dancing Queen and countless others. From ... read more »

Washington Co. Commissioners Approve Permit Application for Jail Body Scanner

Apr 01, 2024

The Washington County Commissioners approved Monday an application with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality for a permit to allow a new body scanner to be used at the county jail.   Undersheriff Jon Copeland says the body scanner was installed a couple of months ago to a ... read more »

Updated Severe Weather Outlook for Monday

Mar 31, 2024

Thunderstorms will develop Monday afternoon and evening. Severe weather is likely with large hail, locally damaging winds, and a limited threat of tornadoes, according to the National Weather Service. Multiple rounds of severe weather could occur across parts of eastern Oklahoma and northwest ... read more »

City Council to Discuss Federal Grant Awards for Bartlesville Airport Improvements

Mar 29, 2024

The Bartlesville City Council is expected to accept a nearly $740,000 grant Monday from the Federal Aviation Administration for constructing new taxiways at Bartlesville Municipal Airport.   The first proposal is an east-west taxiway, which would be built to the northeast of the term ... read more »