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FEMA is on the Ground and Offering Assistance

Jun 20, 2019

The recent tornadoes, storms and floods have people in 21 counties in Oklahoma looking for some help in getting back to normal and FEMA is says it’s here to do just that. Federal Emergency Management Agency representative Scott Sanders tells KWON is taking assistance registrations and t ... read more »

Information Needed When Getting in Touch With FEMA

Jun 20, 2019

Nowata, Osage and Washington counties have all been approved to get disaster assistance from FEMA. Once they get in touch with you, it is important to have the proper documentation in hand.   These documents include your address, social security number, condition of your damaged home, in ... read more »

Pawhuska Fourth of July Parade Details Announced

Jun 20, 2019

The Pawhuska Fourth of July celebration will take place that Wednesday starting with a parade, which is set to start at 9:30 in the morning. Pre-registration will take place starting at 9 o’clock that morning at the American Heritage Bank, located at 239 E. Main Street. You may also registe ... read more »

Dewey Man Helped Perform Water Rescues in May

Jun 20, 2019

A Dewey resident offered a helping hand while widespread flooding impacted many lives in Green Country, but not in the way you might think. Melvin Offutt works on his fan boat at Peter’s True Value in Dewey. He used his boat to help local emergency personnel perform water rescues when h ... read more »

Paths to Independence May Bid for Will Rogers Property

Jun 19, 2019

The Will Rogers property in Bartlesville has been declared as surplus. Sealed bids will be accepted for the property. No date has been set yet because Bartlesville Public Schools has to get an appraisal for the property. Bartlesville Superintendent Chuck McCauley said the property was dec ... read more »

Sen. Daniels, Gov. Stitt Amend Attorney General Duties

Jun 19, 2019

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt and Bartlesville’s Senator Julie Daniels amended Title 74 this year. This is in the State’s Statutes and it lists the duties and responsibilities of the Attorney General. One of the responsibilites the Atorney General has to pay all money that bel ... read more »

Bartlesville Solid Waste Survey Still Available

Jun 19, 2019

The City of Bartlesville launched its Solid Waste Survey several weeks ago. Vice Mayor Alan Gentges said they had over a thousand people take the survey in the opening weeks. Vice Mayor Gentges said it is important to know what you want. He said it is equally important to know how mu ... read more »

Sen. Lankford Asks Questions About USMC Agreement

Jun 19, 2019

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer was questioned in a Senate Finance Committee hearing Tuesday. U.S. Senator for Oklahoma James Lankford's questions regarded the U.S. Mexico-Canada Agreement. He wanted Lighthizer to tell him how the USMCA would affect automobile exports from Nor ... read more »

Representative Hern Makes House Minority Whip Team

Jun 19, 2019

U.S. Representative for Oklahoma Kevin Hern announced Wednesday that he has joined House Minority Whip Steve Scalise's Whip Team. Representative Hern said in a statement: “It's an honor to join this group of my peers to advance President Trump's pro-growth agenda that has tr ... read more »

Absentee Ballots Available for Special County Election

Jun 19, 2019

Absentee ballots for the Special Washington County Election are now available to you. Election Board Secretary Yvonne House said you should apply now if you wish to have an absentee ballot mailed to you before the Tuesday, July 9th election. The election is for the possible renewal of the ... read more »

End of Fiscal Year Board Meeting Taking Place in Pawhuska

Jun 19, 2019

The Pawhuska School Board will get together Thursday evening at the Administration Building for an end of the fiscal year meeting. The board will look to renew the school’s property, liability and auto insurance with OSIG. This will cost nearly $110,000. They will also vote to approve w ... read more »

Funds Being Distributed Differently

Jun 19, 2019

The Board of Osage County Commissioners had put a fund in place to distribute money evenly between fixing buildings at the Osage County Fairgrounds, along with county buildings. In light of the heavy rain the county has received, district one commissioner Randall Jones believes it is important to ... read more »

Skiatook Chamber Holding Third Thursday Event

Jun 19, 2019

The third Thursday in the park will take place tomorrow in Skiatook. The event starts at 6 in the evening and is presented by the Skiatook Chamber of Commerce.    The Tulsa rock band, Infinity, will perform live music and the splash pad will be open as well. The public is encouraged ... read more »

Funnel Cloud Spotted North of Skiatook Tuesday

Jun 18, 2019

Severe weather produced a funnel cloud in Washington County Tuesday night. The cloud was spotted between Skiatook and Avant. Bartlesville Radio spotters Jay and Trey Stumpff spotted the funnel just after 9:00 o’clock. You can find a video of the formation here. The video is courtesy of Trey ... read more »

Police Report Released in Kidnapping Arrest

Jun 18, 2019

More details have emerged in alleged kidnapping incident that occurred in Bartlesville on June 10. Gilbert Campus was arrested in Idabel, Oklahoma on June 11 after allegedly forcing George Besseris into a vehicle while wielding a knife. Besseris then claims he was dropped off in Rogers, Arkansas. ... read more »