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Ramona Christmas Parade Winners Announced, More

Dec 14, 2019

A sizeable crowd flooded 4th Street in the Town of Ramona on a chilly Saturday night for Ramona’s Christmas Parade of Lights. There were 28 floats in total in the parade. The parade was made possible thanks to the work of Parade Coordinators Travis Williams and Becky Haberly. 1st, 2 ... read more »

With Limited Time, the Salvation Army Needs Help

Dec 14, 2019

Christmas Day is right around the corner and the deadline to get everything done is weighing down on everyone. The Salvation Army of Bartlesville is also feeling this pressure. Captain Ian Carr said they have a long way to go in terms of reaching their Red Kettle donation goal. He said their ... read more »

Contract for Sheriff's Office to be Revisited on Monday

Dec 14, 2019

An interagency agreement between the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, the Washington County Health Department, and the Washington County Commissioners will be considered in the next Commissioners’ meeting. Following that agenda item, Drew Ihrig with Musselman Abstract will present ... read more »

Council to Consider Deed for Industrial Park Lots

Dec 14, 2019

The Bartlesville City Council will discuss and possibly take action on a request from the Bartlesville Development Authority when they reconvene. The request from the BDA is for the Council to deed Lots 1, 2 and 3 of the Bartlesville Industrial Park to the Authority for “enhanced market ... read more »

Competency trial Underway for Man in 1999 Welch Slayings

Dec 14, 2019

A trial is underway to determine the competency of a Kansas man charged in the deaths of a northeast Oklahoma couple and the disappearance of their teenage daughter and her friend. Craig County district attorney spokeswoman Michelle Lowry says a six-person jury and two alternates were selecte ... read more »

Marlar Recognized as Advocate for Kids with Disabilities

Dec 13, 2019

Bartlesville High School Special Education teacher Cassandra Marlar was honored this week for being the 2019 TARC Educator of the Year. The honor was given to Marlar during the 29th Annual Advocacy Awards and Volunteer Recognition ceremony held at the Marriot Hotel – Southern Hills in T ... read more »

Dewey Fire Tackles Grass Fires Friday Afternoon

Dec 13, 2019

The Dewey Fire Department responded to a grass fires on County Road 1200 and County Road 4010 to 4020 in Washington County on Friday afternoon. Chief Chad Schueler said this is part of the same property that burned the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. Then, 1,000 acres burned and 15 homes were in ... read more »

Anonymous and Homeless Woman in Search of Hope

Dec 13, 2019

Imagine being cold, hungry, in need, and feeling unwanted this holiday season. A homeless woman in the Bartlesville area has expressed hopelessness in a prayer letter. The anonymous individual left her letter with an apple at a nativity scene that can be found at the First Presbyterian Church ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged With Domestic, Child Abuse Arrested Again

Dec 13, 2019

A Bartlesville man facing pending child abuse and domestic abuse charges was arrested again this week. Eric Shavers appeared at the Washington County Courthouse facing misdemeanor violation of a protective order charges. Court documents allege that Shavers attempted to contact the female vict ... read more »

Delaware Man Charged with Forgery

Dec 13, 2019

A Delaware man who has a previous felony convictions was arrested for possessing a firearm on Thursday. Mark Taylor is accused of possessing two rifles and a handgun. It also alleged that Taylor forged checks from the account of an elderly couple he lived with and cared for. Taylor was arrest ... read more »

Pawhuska Public Works Department Lighting the Streets

Dec 13, 2019

Pawhuska's Public Works Department is getting ready to make the city much brighter. City Manager Dave Neely explains.   Neely adds that overgrown tree limbs are beginning to get torn down and potholes will be getting fixed in the near future. ... read more »

Green Country Village Shares J.P.Honor with Managers

Dec 13, 2019

Green Country Village’s management company – Life Care Services – has been ranked the highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Senior Living Study. Sheryl McComas, the Executive Director for Green Country Village, said this is an exciting honor for all in ... read more »

Labarr Booked for Possession of Narcotics, More

Dec 13, 2019

The Nowata Police Department arrested a woman round 1:00 p.m. on Friday after a traffic stop was conducted. Tonya Labarr (pictured below) was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, and for possession of othe ... read more »

Join Us for the Dewey Christmas Parade on KWONTV.COM

Dec 13, 2019

Join us for a grand annual tradition--The Dewey Christmas Parade Saturday December 14th.  The Dewey Christmas Parade steps off Saturday at 5:30pm. City Manager Kevin Trease says there are usally a hundred floats and sometimes even more. You can hear the parade broadcast live Saturday ... read more »

Nutcracker Ballet Taking Place This Weekend in Pawhuska

Dec 13, 2019

The Constantine Theater in Pawhuska will host the Nutcracker Ballet this weekend. On Saturday, the event will start at 7:00 p.m. and an encore performance will take place on Sunday at 3:00 in the afternoon on Sunday. The Dance Maker Academy puts on the event and will feature many children in ... read more »