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WCSO Identifies Man Found Deceased Near Copan

The Washington County Sheriff's Office identifies a man found dead near Copan. Undersheriff Jon Copeland says deputies were on routine patrol in the area of West 300 Road and North 4020 Road on Wednesday when they found an abandoned vehicle and later the body of 49-year-old Carl Spencer from Tulsa.
COPAN, OK
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Crime Stoppers Felon Friday: Kenneth Black

Crime Stoppers of Bartlesville lists Kenneth Black as wanted in its latest Felon Friday post on social media. Black is wanted for Trafficking Controlled Dangerous Substances, Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substances and Possession of Firearm After Felony Conviction. If you know of Black's whereabouts, you can leave anonymous tips by...
BARTLESVILLE, OK
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City of Dewey Answers Calls About Chickens in Town

Residents in Dewey are asking whether or not they can own chickens within the city limits. City Manager Kevin Trease says he has received several phone calls every other day. Trease says you can own chickens in Dewey under certain stipulations. He says you must live in a Residential Agriculture (RA) zoned area and have a certain amount of property in order to have chickens.
DEWEY, OK
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We fact-checked Oklahoma 2nd Congressional District candidates

Ten of the 13 Republican candidates competing for Oklahoma’s open 2nd Congressional seat met for a debate on Monday in Bartlesville hosted by NonDoc and News on 6. The Frontier found no shortage of exaggerations, half-truths, and outright falsehoods to fact-check as the discussion jumped from abortion law on tribal land to allegations of Ukrainian money laundering. Watch the debate here.
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NCSO Arrests Man After Pursuit in Delaware

A Bartlesville man was arrested after leading Nowata County deputies in a pursuit on Thursday afternoon near Delaware. Sheriff Jason McLain said he tried to initiate a traffic stop after noticing the occupant of the vehicle, Wolf Berry, was not wearing a seatbelt. Berry began accelerating away from the Sheriff...
DELAWARE, OK
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Prelim Waived in Witness Intimidation Case

A Bartlesville man charged with multiple felony counts including witness intimidation has waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Michael Lewis was arrested in May on charges of perjury, intimidating a witness and misdemeanor count of violating a protective order. Lewis appeared at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday. The...
BARTLESVILLE, OK
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Rare tomatoes take root at OK EAT’s U-Pick-It farm in Bartlesville

OK EAT’s U-Pick-It farm will soon offer more than 40 varieties of rare organic heirloom tomatoes to the public – all for just a donation per pound. The bounty should be ready for picking by mid-July, said Ken Suggs, a retired Air Force colonel and founding co-director of Oklahoma Energy & Agriculture Training. OK EAT is a nonprofit aimed at teaching the public about the energy and agricultural industries.
BARTLESVILLE, OK
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Petition to Bring AMC to Bartlesville

Local resident, Paul Higgs, is beginning to collect signatures on a petition to bring an AMC movie complex to Bartlesville. Higgs, age 19, says he wants to help Bartlesville grow and bringing national corporations such as AMC to our area would benefit citizens and our city simultaneously. Higgs estimates he...
BARTLESVILLE, OK
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School Safety at the Forefront of Pawhuska Superintendent's Mind

In the wake of the school shooting that took place in Uvalde, Texas, parents have came up to Pawhuska School Board Member Thomas Boone wanting reassurance that students are safe. He is confident in telling them that the school is safe, but Superintendent David Cash says there is a strong police presence on campus, but the biggest struggle is the layout of the campus.
PAWHUSKA, OK
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City Golf Championship Starts Saturday

The Jim Curd Sr. City Golf Championship has been a tradition for more than 30-years in Bartlesville and again is being sponsored by Dinks Pitt BBQ. The two-day tournament will feature the top two golf venues in the area and some of the best golfers the state has to offer.
BARTLESVILLE, OK
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Crime Stoppers Wanted Wednesday: Jeremy Alexander

Crime Stoppers of Bartlesville lists Jeremy Alexander as wanted in its latest Wanted Wednesday post on social media. Alexander is wanted on a charge of carrying either a weapon, drugs, or alcohol into jail. You can submit anonymous tips by calling the Crime Stoppers hotline at 918.336.CLUE. You can also...
BARTLESVILLE, OK
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Topeka Woman Arrested on Warrant, Drug Charges

The Caney Police Department (CPD) arrests a Topeka woman on a warrant and drug charges. According to the CPD, the suspect, 28-year-old Aalijah Lawton, was seen pulling into Casey's General Store on Wednesday after police were notified that she had allegedly been driving recklessly and running vehicles off of Highway 75. When running a warrants check, officers observed that Lawton had an active warrant for aggravated vehicular battery and leaving the scene of an accident in Shawnee County, Kansas.
TOPEKA, KS
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Veteran's Connection Org. Golf Tournament a Success

Veteran's Connection Organization, Inc. (VCO) holds a successful golf tournament at Adams Municipal Golf Course on Friday. According to VCO Executive Director Sharon Reese, there were over 70 participants in this year's event. Reese says they would award $8,000 in Lieutenant JG Jo Allyn Lowe Scholarships to Blake Grayson, Braden Stephens, Heather Palmer, and Justin Butterfield.
BARTLESVILLE, OK
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