15-Year-Old Detained for Questioning in Bartlesville Stabbing IncidentNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Public comments open soon for Coffeyville Resources' $23 million settlement proposalThe Bullet PointNewsBreak Contributor
Frank Lloyd Wright's Dreamland: 3 MasterpiecesDoc LawrenceNewsBreak Contributor
Woolaroc: Oklahoma's Hidden Gem of History, Wildlife, and ArtBobfordNewsBreak Contributor
No. 7 Oklahoma Wesleyan Wins Easily Over Texas Wesleyan, 81-65Gary SmithNewsBreak Contributor
Weekly Safety Report: Deadly Shooting, Car Accident, Arrests, and DUI Charge in Washington County, Oklahoma
This week in Washington County, Oklahoma, several incidents occurred that require attention. These incidents include a deadly shooting, a car accident resulting in injuries, an arrest for a shooting, a crash involving a woman and child, an arrest for indecent exposure, and a woman charged with a second DUI.
Dewey boys edge out Nowata; Lady Bulldoggers fall 44-35
As always, the longtime rivalry between Dewey and Nowata didn’t disappoint. The boys game was decided by three points, with Dewey holding on to a 70-67 against Nowata on Dec. 1, 2023. This was the first installment of the Adam Hooper Bowl. Dewey’s Ryder Muninger led all scorers with...
Bartlesville Teen Charged in Weekend Shooting
A Bartlesville teen faces charges in a weekend shooting. The Bartlesville teen that was involved in the shooting on Windsor Way over the weekend appeared in Washington County Court yesterday afternoon. 15-year-old Kale Casey appeared in person and is being charged as a youthful offender on the charge of shooting with intent to kill.
Talent Show Hosted By Oklahoma Equality Center For Green Country Teens
The Oklahoma Equality Center is giving youth the chance to show off their talents and learn new skills at its Youth Talent Show and Workshop. Some Green Country teens were able to learn from experienced performers, show off their talents to the judges, and build community on Saturday. Shay Brewer...
Weekly Safety Report: Arrests Made in Dearing and Cherryvale, Montgomery County, Kansas
This week in Montgomery County, Kansas, there were two incidents that required law enforcement intervention. In the first incident, a man wanted on felony warrants was arrested in Dearing after a tip led deputies to a residence. The suspect initially refused to cooperate, prompting the activation of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Emergency Response Team. In the second incident, a Cherryvale man was arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop. Methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were found in his vehicle. These incidents highlight the ongoing efforts of law enforcement to maintain safety in the county.
Centralia's Transformation: From Coal Town to Clean Energy Model
Once a bustling hub fueled by natural resources, Centralia, Washington has seen its share of change. The Centralia post office, operational since 1903, stood as a witness to the town's growth driven by timber, coal, and strategic location. Yet, by 1954, it shuttered its doors, symbolizing the end of an era as the town's economic drivers began to fade. Today, the building remains, echoing Centralia's rich history and its capacity for transformation.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.66 and $2.69 in Nowata as of 2023-12-02. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.247, a week ago the price is $3.259 , according to AAA.
Bartlesville police and fire rescue man who drove into Lee Lake
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — A Bartlesville police officer on his way to work and an off-duty firefighter swung into action Thursday to rescue a man who drove into a lake.
Bartlesville Kiwanis Christmas Parade Boasts Nearly 100 Floats
A cheerful crowd gathered in downtown Bartlesville for the 13th Annual Kiwanis Christmas Parade: Christmas at the Movies which featured nearly 100 entries. The parade, which was heard on KWON AM 1400, FM 93.3 and 95.1, and was seen on KWONTV.com,Apple TV and Roku, displayed 98 floats in all. This...
Bryson Towers charged with first-degree murder in death of 16-year-old Markus Scott
Bryson Towers, 20, appeared in Washington County District Court Wednesday on a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the Nov. 13 shooting death of 16-year-old Markus Scott. Court records show that Towers was also charged with one count of possession of a firearm after delinquent adjudication. He is being...
'Christmas in the Ville' Holds Festive Opening Night
Holiday spirit was alive and well Friday night in Bartlesville at the opening ceremonies for "Christmas in the Ville." Thousands of Christmas lights came to life at Frank Phillips Park and the Chamber Depot Friday night, with the center of attention focused on a gigantic community Christmas Tree in downtown Bartlesville.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Kittens Of bartlesville, OK Need You!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of bartlesville..
Exploring the Grandeur of Brown Mansion: Coffeyville's Architectural Jewel
The Brown Mansion in Coffeyville, Kansas, is a beacon of historical elegance from the early 20th century. Built in 1906 for the natural gas tycoon William Pitzer Brown by the prominent Kansas City architectural firm Wilder and Wight, the mansion's Neoclassical design boasts 16 rooms filled with opulent details and early modern conveniences. Its luxurious interiors are marked by Tiffany leaded-glass panels and an imposing signed Tiffany chandelier, merging the mansion's architectural beauty with its rich historical significance.
No doubt drought ends: BHS hoop teams pull road sweep
Talk about your historic nights in Bartlesville High School varsity basketball. Prior to Friday’s twinbill at U.S. Grant, the Bruins and Lady Bruins had not won a road district/conference game on the same night since Feb. 2019. That’s right — it had been 58 months and four full seasons...
Mike Tupa nominated as 2023 Oklahoma Sportswriter of the Year
Mike Tupa, longtime sports editor at the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise, has been nominated by the National Sports Media Association as the 2023 Oklahoma Sportswriter of the Year. After nearly 30 years with the EE, Tupa retired in early November from a role he called his "dream job." Others nominated for the...
Accident on US 75 South
The Bartlesville Fire Dept was called for service for a traffic incident south of town early Wednesday morning. Fire Chief David Topping tells Bartlesville Radio they were called to the scene off Highway 75 at Richardson Ranch where a car was found that had gone off the bridge. Although they arrived with a water rescue boat, the "patient" was taken from the car without the use of the boat.
OKWU Basketball Splits Home Contests with Southwestern
OKWU Basketball had a home double header on Saturday afternoon as the Eagles and Lady Eagles played host to Southwestern. Starting with the girls, the Lady Eagles found themselves in a dog fight that again would come down to the fourth quarter outcome. Eagles would outscore the Lady Moundbuilders 35-30...
Bartlesville's Crossing 2nd Featured in 'A Taste of Oklahoma'
A downtown Bartlesville restaurant is featured in the premiere Wednesday episode of "A Taste of Oklahoma," a new project from our partners at News On 6. Crossing 2nd, has been a dream of Bartlesville resident and global traveler Sharon Hurst. News On 6 Anchor Kristen Weaver introduces us to one of Bartlesville's most unique destinations with worldwide flare.
Warmer Weather On The Horizon In Green Country
After a cool and chilly Friday, we'll move into a mostly calm weather pattern that eventually brings some warmer weather to Green Country. A long wave trough moves across the plains this weekend but with little impact. The drier air will keep most of the area void of precipitation from this system, but we'll continue to carry a 10% pop for late Saturday evening across far northern OK into northwestern Arkansas.
Dewey Basketball Opens Season with Win over Nowata in Adam Hooper Bowl
Dewey and Nowata hit the hardwood on Friday night for the first of two editions of the Adam Hooper Bowl this season. On the girls side, Nowata bounced back after a Tuesday loss to Fairland to win 44-35. Lady Bulldoggers fall to 0-1 and Lady Ironmen move to 1-1. On...