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Wesleyan Christian Graduation

Jun 13, 2020

After nearly a one month delay due to corona virus, the Wesleyan Christian Senior Class of 2020 held their in-person graduation last night as heard on KWON AM 1400 and FM 93.3 and seen on KWONTV.com.   Principal Rocky Clark is thankful that the seniors got the chance to be together o ... read more »

Copan Class of 2020 Graduates Friday Night

Jun 12, 2020

The Senior Class of Copan High School received their diplomas Friday evening and it was a night filled with laughter, tears, memories and talk of good times that are yet to come. Antonia Stewart gave the Valedictorian Address and spoke on the challenges that her senior class has been through. ... read more »

42 Seniors Graduate from Nowata High School

Jun 12, 2020

42 seniors from Nowata High School received their diplomas during an in-person graduation ceremony at Nowata Ironmen Memorial Stadium on Friday night. Salutatorian Paige Atkisson addressed her classmates, saying life is chaotic, and life can’t be controlled. Although there have been ... read more »

Branch Wins Day Two of Dad Deserves It Contest

Jun 12, 2020

9-year-old Talyn Branch is Bartlesville Radio's day two winner in the Dad Deserves It! DIGITAL SCAVENGER HUNT. Branch won 10 gift certificates of her choice of two breakfast items from Friday's featured business: Sal's Daylight Donuts. Branch won the prize for her dad, who says he ... read more »

Retirement Reception Held for Sgt. Warring Friday

Jun 12, 2020

For 25 years, Jim Warring served the Bartlesville Police Department. On Tuesday, May 12th, Sergeant Warring announced that he will be retiring from the BPD. Chief Tracy Roles (pictured right with Warring) says Warring's retirement from the BPD is bittersweet. He said Warring is the defini ... read more »

Pawhuska School Board to Meet Monday

Jun 12, 2020

The Pawhuska School Board will meet at the administration building Monday evening for the fiscal-year close out meeting.   At Monday's regularly scheduled meeting, the board will vote to approve an amendment, which will renew the fixed price food service management contract with ... read more »

Bartlesville Woman Allegedly Throw Knife During Altercation

Jun 12, 2020

A Bartlesville woman was arrested after allegedly choking a man and threatening him with a knife. Sarah Jones was charged with aggravated assault with a weapon during an arraignment in Washington County Court on Friday. According to an affidavit, officers responded to a domestic disturbance o ... read more »

Osage County Sheriff's Office Reminds People to Slow Down

Jun 12, 2020

During the past few weeks, Osage County Deputies have been policing the area of North 52nd and West Avenue just south of Skiatook. In doing so, deputies have made several speed-related traffic stops and officers have seen speeds as high as 94 miles per hour. The speed limit in this area is 50 mil ... read more »

Copan Man Abuses Woman, Threatens with Gun

Jun 12, 2020

A Copan man was arrested after assaulting a woman and threatening a minor with a handgun. Marshall Perry appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Friday facing charges of domestic abuse and feloniously pointing a firearm. According to an affidavit, the incident occurred on June 10 near ... read more »

Osage Nation Holding Virtual Camp for Children

Jun 12, 2020

The Grow, Gather and Hunt Youth Camp that the Osage Nation puts on will be held virtually this year. Any Native American child aged 8-14 in Osage County can participate and any Osage youth living out of the area can sign-up as well. Registration is limited to 125 children.   Those wh ... read more »

State of the Schools Luncheon to be Held Virtually

Jun 12, 2020

The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation's Events Committee has opted to hold this year's State of the Schools address on a virtual platform. Executive Director Blair Ellis said Bartlesville Superintendent Chuck McCauley will record a presentation that will be posted on the BPS Foun ... read more »

COVID-19 Testing Available For All

Jun 12, 2020

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has stated that it is his goal to get any Oklahoman tested that wants to be screened for COVID-19. So far the state has administered almost 250,000 tests for the virus. Locally, testing is available through the Washington County Department of Health at 5121 Jacquelyn ... read more »

$10K Raised for Injured Bartlesville Firefighter

Jun 12, 2020

A benefit Cornhole Tournament was held on Saturday, May 30th to help a Bartlesville firefighter who was badly burnt in an accident while at home. Bartlesville Fire says their brother is doing better every day. Bartlesville Fire Captain Adam Butterfield said they raised $4,600 for their friend ... read more »

Non-Profit to Offer Pizza Drive-Thru for Veterans

Jun 12, 2020

Veterans Connection Organization, a non-profit in Bartlesville, is partnering with Luigi's Italian Restaurant, Deeper Roots Ministries, and Spirit Church to put on a pizza drive-thru for veterans. Sharon Reese, the Executive Director for VCO, said the event will take place at 5:00 p.m. on ... read more »

Commissioners to get Tourism Update Monday

Jun 12, 2020

The Board of Osage County Commissioners will meet at the fairgrounds in Pawhuska this Monday for a regularly scheduled meeting. The commissioners will get an update regarding tourism from Osage County Executive Director Kelly Bland. Bland will also be requesting $500 in advertisement for an a ... read more »