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Russell Drummond, left, is shown with his father, Ford Drummond, right, and sisters, Virginia, second from left, and Margaret, following the complete restoration of the grave site of legendary cowboy Johnny Clare. The project was part of Russell’s Eagle Scout requirements and was sponsored by the Osage County Historical Society. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Historical site rescued by Eagle Scout

Jul 22, 2015 12:06pm

Russell Drummond, a 17-year old Boy Scout, recently completed the restoration of a legendary Osage County historical site. The project was part of Drummond’s Eagle Scout requirements and was...

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3 country singers picked for finals at Cavalcade dance

Jul 08, 2015 12:06pm

Three entries have been chosen in the Country Showdown singing competition to be held at next week’s Cavalcade Street Dance.

Jennifer Varao was the last of the finalists to advance for the...

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Drummond Home Friends meet under new president

Updated: Jul 08, 2015 12:05pm

HOMINY — The Drummond Home Friends organization welcomed its new president Bryan Drummond during a meeting held last Thursday.

Participants at the meeting included: Bryan Drummond of...

Pump jacks today often are set on automatic timers since they operate with electricity rather than gas. These machines can start up with no warning. In addition to injuries or death from the machinery, toxic gases, such as hydrogen sulfide present dangers to anyone standing too close to oilfield sites. It is a colorless gas and occurs naturally in crude petroleum and natural gas. It is flammable, produces an odor similar to rotten eggs and is very poisonous. One can be overtaken by the fumes, burned by exposure, and even die.

There are deadly dangers in oilfield sites

Jul 01, 2015 12:05pm

PAWHUSKA — School is out and it is summertime in Osage County. Osage Nation Emergency Management wants to remind children and adults, young and old, that there are dangers in oilfield sites. The...

A week of storytelling, Hummers at library

Jul 01, 2015 12:05pm

Internationally acclaimed storyteller Fran Stallings entertained children and adults last Tuesday at the Pawhuska Public Library. Accompanying herself on an autoharp, Stallings shared her unique...

AROUND THE COUNTY

Jul 01, 2015 12:05pm

TEMPORARY PUBLIC TREE LIMB, BRUSH DUMPING APPROVED FOLLOWING RECENT STORMS

Due to recent storms, the City of Pawhuska has acquired a temporary permit from DEQ allowing the public to dump...

Wynona News

Jul 01, 2015 12:05pm

DONATE FOR FIREWORKS

Wynonans are always thrilled by the huge fireworks display every year at the park. The Robinson and Myers families are the sponsors of the display. The cost of the...

Martial Arts Grandmaster Earl Gilkey, center, and two of his students MacPherson Poe and Amadeaus Reeves demonstrate how to break free from a hold while Jimmy White, Cash Strahm and Andy Bowlin McCracken participate. Gilkey presented the action-packed program on Wednesday. The session “Be Your Own Hero: Awareness, Bullying, and Self-Defense,” was part of a series sponsored by the Pawhuska Public Library’s Summer Read Program. Other participants who are not shown in the photograph are Allyse Kemp and Charlie Shacklefoot. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Bullying awareness and self-defense topics at Pawhuska Library Summer Program

Jun 24, 2015 12:06pm

Last Wednesday Martial Arts Grandmaster Earl Gilkey presented an action-packed program that addressed a nationwide program – bullying. The session was part of a series sponsored by the Pawhuska...

Pawhuska, area students receive degrees from RSU

Jun 24, 2015 12:06pm

CLAREMORE — Three Pawhuska students are listed among the 2015 graduates at Rogers State University, which held commencement ceremonies last month.

Milton B. Cass earned a Bachelor’s Degree...

Library to host program on National Guard and Steve Crawford Magic Show

Jun 24, 2015 12:06pm

The Pawhuska Public Library’s Summer Reading Program 2015 continues its theme “Every Hero has a Story” this Thursday, June 25, at 1:30 p.m. Retired National Guard Commander Donnie Smith,...

Surrounding the Boy Scout bronze honoring the 1st Boy Scout Troop in America is this group of YouthWorks volunteers from Evansville, Ind. Front row, from left, are Selina Hurley and Alaina Buroker. In the back row, from left, are Kelsey Biever, Dakota Jarrell, Makayla Wiseman, Chance Stark, Savannah Harris and Dustin Biever. The group was in Pawhuska from June 7-12 and helped with the First Presbyterian Church’s “Kids Club Summer Program” as well as painted in the high school gym. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Summertime means YouthWorks

Jun 17, 2015 12:06pm

During a recent visit to the Osage County Historical Society Museum, I met a delightful group of visitors from Evansville, Indiana. After a week of doing volunteer work in the community, the group...

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