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Pro Tem Treat Comments on Oklahoma Grocery Price Data

Feb 04, 2024

Senate Pro Tem Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, said the time to cut the state portion of the grocery tax is now.  Pro Tem Treat’s Senate Bill 1283, filed in December, would eliminate the state’s portion of the grocery tax. According to recent data average Okl ... read more »

Independence Man Charged With Attempted Murder

Feb 02, 2024

An Independence, Kan., man faces charges of attempted murder.   The Montgomery County Attorney's Office has filed charges of attempted first-degree murder against 46-year-old Jesse Lewis.   The charges stem from an incident where Lewis is alleged to have tried to kil ... read more »

NWS: Up to 2 Inches of Rain Possible Over the Weekend

Feb 02, 2024

A storm system is expected to impact northeast Oklahoma and southeast Kansas through Sunday.   According to the National Weather Service, rain and scattered thunderstorms will begin to impact the KWON listening area late Friday night. Rainfall will become widespread by Saturday and S ... read more »

Bartlesville Resident Arrested for Aggravated Possession of Child Pornography

Feb 02, 2024

An 18-year-old Bartlesville resident was arrested on Thursday this week on the felony charges of aggravated possession of child pornography and violation of Oklahoma Statute via computer. Gabriel Mack was seen Friday afternoon on the above charges by Judge Jared Sigler. According to an affida ... read more »

DA Says Jan. 12 Intruder Shooting was Justified

Feb 02, 2024

Washington County District Attorney Will Drake says a Jan. 12 shooting death at a Bartlesville apartment was justified.   The Bartlesville Police Department received a 911 phone call around 8:30 a.m.. Jan. 12 regarding an intruder in the 1800 block of South Keeler Avenue. The person ... read more »

Fair Board Directors to be Elected at Osage Co Commissioner Meeting

Feb 02, 2024

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will convene for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds on Monday morning at which time the sheriff’s office will look to declare several items as surplus. The Board will consider electing directors to the Osage County Fair Board for 202 ... read more »

Voter Registration Deadline is Feb. 9

Feb 02, 2024

Friday, Feb. 9, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the March 5 Presidential Primary Election. Washington County Election Board Secretary Yvonne House says persons who are United States citizens, residents of Oklahoma and at least 17 ½ yea ... read more »

Bartlesville City Council to Meet Monday

Feb 02, 2024

The Bartlesville City Council will meet Monday evening to discuss and take possible action on several items, including development plans for a veterans memorial and for a housing addition in the Oak Park neighborhood. The council will also discuss changes to the city’s sidewalk ordinance an ... read more »

Washington Co. Commissioners to Meet on Monday

Feb 02, 2024

The Washington County Commissioners will hold their first meeting of February Monday morning with a fairly standard agenda. Commissioners are expected to receive several monthly reports from county agencies, but are also expected to approve a $45,000 grant from Grand Gateway Economic Developm ... read more »

BPL Brings You Dog Days of Winter

Feb 02, 2024

Every book lover needs a furry companion, but sometimes that just doesn’t fit into the household plan. Well, Bartlesville Public Library has got it covered with the Dog Days of Winter event. The furry companion in tow is a fluffy dog named Hodge. Join him in making puppy puppets and eat ... read more »

Urgent Need! WSPCA Hoarding Case: Pet Reclaim or Adoption

Feb 02, 2024

The Washington County SPCA is again calling upon the generous, caring community in the surrounding area for your help. Due to a hoarding case, the WSPCA needs your help to make space for 23 animals with an urgent pet reclaim and adoption appeal.  The pound is already at its limit and ... read more »

Dewey's Addie Dugger Named Patriot Auto Student of the Month

Feb 01, 2024

Dewey High School senior Addie Dugger has been named one of the Patriot Auto Students of the Month for December, presented by Truity Credit Union and Bartlesville Radio.   Dugger is top-ranked in her class, tracking to be a valedictorian. She has completed the biomed program at Tri C ... read more »

Bartlesville's Cade Winter Named Patriot Auto December Student of the Month

Feb 01, 2024

Bartlesville High School senior Cade Winter has been named one of the Patriot Auto Students of the Month for December, presented by Truity Credit Union and Bartlesville Radio.   Winter received the top high school student award from the Oklahoma Council for Indian Education and was n ... read more »

Former Washington County Courthouse is For Sale

Feb 01, 2024

The former Washington County Courthouse building in downtown Bartlesville is for sale.   The historic courthouse, located at 501 SE Frank Phillips Blvd., was built in 1913 and was dedicated in 1914. It was the home of Washington County government until 1972, when the county purchased ... read more »

Tri County Tech Holding Open House

Feb 01, 2024

Tri County Tech is holding a high school open house on Tuesday, Feb. 6th on campus from 4-6 p.m. All 15 high school programs will have 30-minute sessions open for students to participate in. This event gives high school students a chance to tour the campus, visit the programs they're inte ... read more »