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Local COVID-19 Numbers Unchanged on Sunday

May 24, 2020

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Sunday, there are 77 new coronavirus cases in the Sooner State, bringing the total up to 6,037. No new deaths were reported on Sunday, as the death toll remained at 311. Washington County is still reporting 310 cases. There has been one ... read more »

Shooting Suspect Sought in Osage County

May 23, 2020

Osage County Deputies are searching for a man suspected of shooting another man in his home in Fairfax Saturday.   According to Sheriff Eddie Virden, deputites responded to a call of a man shot at his residence in Fairfax and upon arrival, it was learned a Native American male named ... read more »

COVID-19 Update 5-23-20

May 23, 2020

Washington County reports 310 cases, up 1 from Friday, with 33 deaths and 270 recoveries.   Osage County 94 cases, up 1 from Friday, with 8 deaths and 81 recoveries.   Nowata County remains steady with 23 cases, 23 recoveries and no deaths.    As of thi ... read more »

310 Graduate Virtually from Bartlesville High

May 22, 2020

A virtual graduation was held on Friday night for the Bartlesville High School Class of 2020. Bartlesville High School Principal LaDonna Chancellor addressed 310 graduates during the virtual commencement ceremony. She told the students that it was time to commence; it was time to begin the ne ... read more »

County Utilizing Magic Juice to Clean Facilities

May 22, 2020

Washington County is using a solution called “Magic Juice” to disinfect facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Magic Juice is electrolyzed salt water. Washington County is able to purchase this solution in a large, 150-gallon capacity. District One Commissioner Mitch Antle r ... read more »

Local Physician: Do Not Delay Seeking Emergency Care

May 22, 2020

For people experiencing symptoms of a heart attack, stroke, respiratory distress, emergent mental health concerns or other acute illness or injury, a hospital emergency room is still the safest, most appropriate place to get care. Even though they are caring for patients with COVID-19, Dr. Mi ... read more »

Bartlesville High School Virtual Graduation on KWONTV.COM and KWON 1400 / 93.3

May 22, 2020

The Bartlesville High School virtual graduation for the Class of 2020 airs tonight, Friday, May 22, at 8pm on KWON AM 1400 and FM 93.3 and streaming on our app and on Bartlesville Radio.com brought to you by Bartnet IP, Medicalodges of Dewey, Tacos Maria, OKWU Adult Studies, Double G Bulldogs, Ar ... read more »

Voter Registration Deadline Approaches

May 22, 2020

Friday, June 5th, 2020 is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the June 30th, 2020, Primary Election in Washington County. County Election Board Secretary Yvonne House said that persons who are United States Citizens, residents of Oklahoma and at lea ... read more »

Clarence Brantley Arena Hosting Roping Event

May 22, 2020

For those of you looking for something to do on Saturday, the Clarence Brantley Indoor Arena in Pawhuska will be holding a team roping event and it is open to the public to watch. The event begins at noon and concession stands will be open.   For those interested in competing, simply reg ... read more »

Osage Avenue Property Discussed by Authority

May 22, 2020

Earlier in the month, the Dewey City Council approved to re-plat city-owned property located at 530 S. Osage Avenue, and that property was recently discussed in a Dewey Economic Development Authority meeting. City Manager Kevin Trease said he has made contact with the Oklahoma Department of C ... read more »

American Legion Post 334 to Host Memorial Day Services

May 22, 2020

The American Legion Post #334 will hold several Memorial Day services on Monday morning. Lester Gagan said they have been honoring the holiday and our nation's veterans for several decades. He said they elected not to cancel their service this year because they felt like they needed to do ... read more »

Improvements to Dewey Fire Station Move Forward

May 22, 2020

The Dewey City Council unanimously approved for improvements to be made to the Dewey Fire Department located at 801 N. Cherokee Avenue. City Manager Kevin Trease said they placed orders for four overhead bay doors and three openers on Thursday. Over time, the overhead bay doors have worn ... read more »

Injury Collision Occurs in Southeastern Osage County

May 22, 2020

A personal injury collision occurred Friday morning on State Highway 97 just west of Tulsa on the Osage County line. A 2005 Toyota Tacoma driven by Johnathan McClure was traveling south on Highway 97 and negotiated a turn going too fast. He than departed the road to the left, over-corrected a ... read more »

Capitol Call 5-22-20 Podcast Powered by Phillips 66

May 22, 2020

Representatives Derrel Fincher and Judd Strom joined us Friday, May 22, for Capitol Call powered by Phillips 66 to wrap up the week and the last day of the state session in Oklahoma City. Gov. Kevin Stitt signed legislation this week to preempt Oklahoma localities from implementing so-called ... read more »

Boy Scouts of America Cherokee Council: STEM NOVA EVENTS

May 22, 2020

Boy Scouts of America Cherokee Council: STEM NOVA EVENTS   Boys Scouts Cherokee Area Council #469, which covers the counties of Osage, Washington, Nowata, Craig, Ottawa & Delaware, is gearing up for the STEM NOVA events.   STEM stands for Science, Technology, Enginee ... read more »