Pawhuska’s economic upswing just added another vital component to its downtown with OnHand Printing.
Located at 109 East 9th (next to Christ’s Cupboard), OnHand Printing offers full printing services.
“The Osage County Historical Society’s July issue of the Depot Chronicles has the distinction of being our first customer,” Manager Ciera Cheshewalla said.
OnHand Printing is owned by Mark and Linda Simms. Although the couple resides in Bartlesville, their hearts belong to Pawhuska.
“Linda and I saw that Pawhuska needed a place to meet printing needs,” said Mark Simms. “We began scouting around for a central location and equipment to make this a reality.”
Simms said he selected the name “OnHand” as a tribute to his 96-year-old mother, Evelyn. OnHand was her maiden name. The logo is comprised of symbols representative of Simms’ proud Osage heritage. The sun represents him and the open hand depicts friendship. The feathers are symbolic of the Eagle Clan. The split feathers represent his mother’s Osage and Cherokee heritage.
OnHand Printing is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For information, call 918-287-3225.