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New Courses Being Offered for Pawhuska Students

Aug 21, 2019

A new school year starts this Thursday in Pawhuska and new classes are being offered to students at both the junior high and senior high level. Epic Charter schools have became extremely popular across the country. Therefore, the Pawhuska school board has approved a virtual learning academy for t ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Allegedly Molests Eight-Year-Old Girl

Aug 21, 2019

A 74-year-old Bartlesville man was arrested after alleged incident with an eight-year-old girl. Arturo Garcia is facing a claim of lewd molestation for an incident that occurred on August 7. Garcia appeared at the Washington County Courthouse where special judge Jared Sigler found probable cause ... read more »

Explosives Found in Caney Home

Aug 21, 2019

The source of a lockdown at Caney Valley Kansas Schools on Tuesday has been discovered. Law enforcement officers discovered components to explosive devices at a residence located at 108 N. Fawn Street, according to reports from the Montgomery County Chronicle. The house was located just over one ... read more »

Bartlesville Residents Arrested with 6 Pounds of Meth

Aug 20, 2019

6-pounds of suspected methamphetamine is found during a traffic stop in Oklahoma City last week. Other news sources stated Tuesday that the traffic stop revealed 60-pounds of meth from the two suspects. According to Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Spokesman Mark Woodward, however, two Bartlesvil ... read more »

Caney Valley, Kansas Schools Lock Down Lifted

Aug 20, 2019

Caney Valley Kansas Schools were under a soft lock down at both schools as the city looked into a situation on Tuesday afternoon Sergeant Natalie Rees with the Caney Police Department said students were safe and accounted during the hour long lockdown. Sgt. Rees explained what a soft lock dow ... read more »

Mayor Copeland Provides An Update on Several Projects on KWON's Community Connection

Aug 20, 2019

As you first heard on KWON's Community Connection and saw on our Facebook Live feature, Bartlesville Mayor Dale Copeland provided listeners and viewers a list of updates on various projects going on in the city. Here is the synopsis of the projects presented on the show: Streets: 16th ... read more »

Results from Downtown City Parking Survey

Aug 20, 2019

As you first heard on KWON and read on Bartlesvilleradio.com, the results of the downtown parking survery are in and most respondents are satisfied with the current system. Ward 2 City Councilor Paul Stuart announced some of the raw data on KWON's Community Connection on August 6, 2019. ... read more »

Paralyzed Victim Testifies Against Muirheid

Aug 20, 2019

A paralyzed victim gave testimony from a wheelchair against Ronald Muirheid on Tuesday. It is alleged that Muirheid assaulted and stabbed the woman in June at a residence on the 3300 block of Nowata Road in Bartlesville. The victim was one of four witnesses called to testify against Muirheid at a ... read more »

Sales Tax Collections Drop Again for the City of Dewey

Aug 20, 2019

The sales tax collections for the City of Dewey are down once again. Dewey City Manager Kevin Trease explained Monday night that the sales tax was down 1.74-percent. He said they can only hope that the sales tax would go up in September. The Council agreed that August was a terrible month ... read more »

Hwy 60 West of Bartlesville Reopens After Semi Flips

Aug 20, 2019

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a semi had overturned on U.S. Highway 60 near County Road 2145 at 10:35 a.m. on Tuesday. The accident occurred in Osage County approximately 6 miles west of Bartlesville. The semi was carrying drinking water. No other vehicles were involved in the ... read more »

School Starts Next Week for Pawhuska Students

Aug 20, 2019

From 4-6 Wednesday evening, Pawhuska Public Schools will hold a back to school bash at each building from 4-6. School starts for Thursday, Aug. 22 and if you have yet to enroll your child for the 2019-2020 school year, you need to do so as soon as possible. Middle and high school students mus ... read more »

Martha's Task Needs More Help in Grant Program Voting

Aug 20, 2019

Voting continues for Martha's Task who is asking for your support in helping them receive $25,000. Martha's Task in Bartlesville is one of the Top 200 finalists in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant program. Executive Director Laura Walton explained that the program is aimed ... read more »

Dewey Fire, Others Respond to Several Calls Sunday

Aug 20, 2019

A total of 7 dispatch calls received attention from emergency personnel in the Dewey area last Sunday. According to the Dewey Fire Department, they ran 5 medical calls, 2 fire calls and covered a control burn investigation. The controlled burn was a structure that Dewey Fire was later dispatc ... read more »