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Attorney General Returns Indictment for Police Shooting

Aug 09, 2018

United States Attorney Trent Shores announced Thursday that a federal grand jury returned an indictment against John Terry Chatman, Jr., 34, of Tulsa, charging him with Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition, Obstruction of Justice by Attempting to Kill a Witness, and Carrying, Using, an ... read more »

Contested Races in City Council

Aug 09, 2018

After Wednesday’s filing deadline passed we learned that Bartlesville will have a new Ward Two city councilor after the November 6th general election. Incumbent John Kane opted to not file for re-election. Two newcomers will take part in a contested race on November’s ballot. ... read more »

Boy's and Girl's Club Offering After School Activities

Aug 09, 2018

The school year is quickly approaching, which means many parents will be searching for after school activities for their youngsters. The Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Bartlesville stopped by KWON’s Community Connection this morning to talk about their after school programs. Jacob ... read more »

City of Bartlesville Filing Complete

Aug 08, 2018

The filing period for the City of Bartlesville has officially closed. The only incumbent who did not file for re-election was Ward Two councilman John Kane. Local attorney Remona Colson filed for the Ward Two seat just before the Wednesday deadline. Paul Stuart, an accountant, filed for the s ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Charged with Child Rape

Aug 08, 2018

A Bartlesville man appeared in Washington County Court on Wednesday. Erich Colliver is facing a felony charge of child rape. According to an affidavit, the 16-year-old victim recorded a video of a conversation with Colliver documenting sexual abuse that allegedly began when she was fourteen y ... read more »

Bartlesville Man Allegedly Points Gun at Wife

Aug 07, 2018

A Bartlesville man allegedly pulled out a gun to threaten his wife during a domestic dispute over the weekend. David Smith stood before a judge at the Washington County Courthouse facing charges of domestic abuse and aggravated assault. According to an affidavit, Smith and his wife got into a ... read more »

Two More File for Council Seats

Aug 07, 2018

Two incumbent Bartlesville city council members filed for re-election on Tuesday. Third ward councilman Jim Curd and fourth ward councilman Alan Gentges turned in declarations of candidacy. Four people filed on Monday -- first ward councilman Dale Copeland and fifth ward councilman Trevor Dorsey ... read more »

Johnstone Project Delayed

Aug 08, 2018

The City of Bartlesville announced that the work on the Johnstone Avenue Concrete Rehabilitation project that was scheduled for earlier this week has been delayed. Work on the project was scheduled to start last week, but will not begin until this coming Monday. According to a release, Bartle ... read more »

Woolaroc Closed due to Power Outage

Aug 08, 2018

Rain showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday afternoon have knocked out power at the Woolaroc Museuam and Wildlife Preserve. Park officials says it will be closed for the rest of the day. The park will re-open Thursday assuming power is restored.   ... read more »

GoFundMe For Plane Crash

Aug 08, 2018

Many in Southeast Kansas are feeling sorrow after the plane crash that left five in the area dead this the weekend. Losing members of the community in the tragic plane crash outside Ponca City has left many looking to help. Montgomery County emergency management director Rick Whitson feel ... read more »

Cornett Faces Stitt in Gov. Debate

Aug 08, 2018

In just three weeks, former Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and Tulsa business man Kevin Stitt face one another in a runoff to win the Republican spot for Governor on the November Ballot. Yesterday evening, both men joined our news partners at the News on 6 for a one-hour debate on the issue ... read more »

Osage Commissioners to Hold Special Meeting

Aug 08, 2018

The Osage County Board of County Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Thursday morning August 9th at 9 am in the meeting room at the Osage County Courthouse in Pawhuska. Curtis Huntsinger of American Fidelity will discuss with the Commissioners upgrading and enhancing the section 125 and ... read more »

Four File for City Council Seats

Aug 06, 2018

Four people filed for election to the Bartlesville City Council on Monday.  Incumbent First-ward councilman Dale Copeland filed for re-election for his seat, Paul Stuart filed for the ward-two seat on the council, incumbent Alan Gentges and Joel Rabin filed for the ward-four seat, and incumb ... read more »

Medicaid Work Requirements Draw Objection

Aug 07, 2018

Health-care advocates say a proposal to impose work requirements on some Oklahoma Medicaid recipients could eliminate health coverage for the state's poorest parents. The Oklahoma Health Care Authority, the state's Medicaid provider, is considering requiring some Medicaid recipients t ... read more »

Bartlesville's Pools to Close This Weekend

Aug 07, 2018

City of Bartlesville-owned Sooner and Frontier swimming pools will close for the season on Sunday, Aug. 12th.  Mayor, Dale Copeland says the last day to swim is Aug. 11th.  Copeland says the pools will close the same week Bartlesville and Dewey students go back to school.  He says ... read more »