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Pictured are the piano students of Barbara Strahm who performed at the Barnsdall Nursing Home on May 12. In the front row, from left, Vint Cass, Mikayla Miller, Leigha Rippetoe and Farleigh Peweewardy; and in the back row are Barbara Strahm, Lynzee Parker, Shaylea Howell and Leigh Strahm. The piano students also entertained residents at the Pawhuska Nursing Home on May 19. Osage County Cattlewomen provided beef certificates to four area nursing homes. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Cattlewomen provide beef certificates to nursing homes

May 20, 2015 12:06pm

Osage County Cattlewomen provided four Osage County nursing homes with beef certificates totaling nearly $500. These included Barnsdall, Pawhuska, Fairfax and Skiatook.

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The remarkable life of Ormand Beach will be remembered Saturday, May 2, during the Osage County Historical Society’s annual gala. The event will kick off at 6:30 p.m. at the Osage County Fairgrounds and will feature a BBQ Dinner and Live Auction. A limited number of advance tickets are still available from OCHS Board Members or at the Museum for $25 each. For more information, contact Shirley Roberts at 918-287-4517 or Garrett Hartness at 918-287-2666 or the Museum at 918-287-9119.

OCHS gala to honor memory of Ormand Beach

Updated: Apr 23, 2015 10:40am

Who was Ormand Beach and why is the PHS Stadium named after him?

In preparing for the Osage County Historical Society’s annual meeting, event Chair Shirley Roberts did extensive research on...

P.E.O. EM Bridge Fest winners Deanna Cooper of Ponca City, Ann Lockett of Fairfax, Joan Van Scoyoc of Bartlesville, Carol Blake of Pawhuska, Jean Thompson and Carol Lewellen of Bartlesville. Representing the numerous door prize winners is Velma Lemonnier of Pawnee. Standing next to the podium on the second row is is Bridge Fest Rules Chair Dottie Allen. Not shown is Becky Rasberry of Pawhuska. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Pawhuska P.E.O.’s 2015 Bridge Fest winners announced

Apr 23, 2015 10:30am

Pawhuska’s P.E.O. Chapter EM hosted its 7th Annual Bridge Fest on April 18, at the Methodist Church family Life Center.

The theme “Friends Forever” involved four-game contract progressive...

Pawhuska High School band student Breeana Dauber, center, receives the Mary Hull Perseverance Award. Presenting the award are Mary Hull, left, and Josh Burrows, band director. This award is presented to the band student who has “overcome things in their lives.” Burrows offered appreciation to Mrs. Hull and the community for supporting the band. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Mary Hull Perseverance Award

Apr 23, 2015 10:31am

Pawhuska High School band student Breeana Dauber, center, receives the Mary Hull Perseverance Award. Presenting the award are Mary Hull, left, and Josh Burrows, band director. This award is...

Mrs. Moore, back row, far right, principal of Pawhuska Indian Camp, presents certificates to the Star Students of the month. Award winners are, from left, in the back row: Kamree Hutchison, Jaxon Arnett, Kylea Bill, Chloe Hendren; front row: Jarrett Sloan, Corlin Cass, Gentry Hendren and Kayden Cheves. Not pictured are Antwine Hamilton, Darin West and Katie Turney.

Star Students

Apr 23, 2015 10:31am

Mrs. Moore, back row, far right, principal of Pawhuska Indian Camp, presents certificates to the Star Students of the month. Award winners are, from left, in the back row: Kamree Hutchison, Jaxon...

Ciara McCabe models a prom dress during a recent “try-on” day at the Church of God in Pawhuska. The event was sponsored by The Glass Slipper, an area non-profit organization that loans dresses to teens for proms and other special functions. Girls may borrow items three days before their events and return them within three days afterwards. LaDonna Maxwell is in charge of The Glass Slipper page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Theglassslipper2015. Anyone wishing to make a dress donation to the project should contact Maxwell at 918-978-4243. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

A special dress

Apr 23, 2015 10:31am

Ciara McCabe models a prom dress during a recent “try-on” day at the Church of God in Pawhuska. The event was sponsored by The Glass Slipper, an area non-profit organization that loans dresses to...

The Father-Daughter Dance was held April 18 at the Pawhuska Elks Lodge, and put on by the Pawhuska High Student Council. The theme of the dance this year was Under the Sea. Pictured are Michael Owens and daughter Tina. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Father-Daughter Dance

Apr 23, 2015 10:31am

The Father-Daughter Dance was held April 18 at the Pawhuska Elks Lodge, and put on by the Pawhuska High Student Council. The theme of the dance this year was Under the Sea. Pictured are Michael...

Local artist Michael Lynn’s wooden sculpture depicting an Osage India was created from storm-damaged tree on the golf course at Pawhuska Country Club. Mike Erwin/Journal-Capital

‘1st Pre-Summer Bash’ slated for May 1-2 at re-opened country club

Apr 23, 2015 10:31am

Pawhuska Golf and Country Club’s “First Annual Pre-Summer Bash” will feature an open-air concert on Friday night, May 1, and a golf tournament on Saturday, May 2.

Tiptons Family band is to...

Births

Apr 23, 2015 10:31am

Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville released the following information on births:

• A boy was born April 15, 2015, to Shane and Ashly Massey, of Pawhuska.

• A girl was born...

From left to right, Desiree Lyon, Founder/Executive Director of the American Porphyria Foundation and Mary Hull, host a fundraiser on April 11 at Hull Ranch to raise awareness of this under-diagnosed condition. To donate and learn more about porphyria visit their website at: www.porphyriafoundation.com. Roseanne McKee/J-C Correspondent

Raising awareness

Apr 23, 2015 10:31am

From left to right, Desiree Lyon, Founder/Executive Director of the American Porphyria Foundation and Mary Hull, host a fundraiser on April 11 at Hull Ranch to raise awareness of this under-...

Osage Nation Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear speaks at the April 9 candlelight vigil at the gazebo on Lynn Avenue in Pawhuska. Pictured in the audience, from left, are Brooke Ashlock, director of the Osage Nation Counseling Center; Dawn Stover, director of Native Alliance Against Violence; and LaVina Clark, Domestic Violence administrator with ONCC. Osage Nation Photo/AM Jefferson

Chief Standing Bear declares April sexual assault awareness month for Osage Nation

Updated: Apr 23, 2015 11:14am

Osage Nation, Pawhuska, Okla. (April 13, 2015)—The evening was cool, but pleasant. The Osage Nation Counseling Center (ONCC) held a candlelight vigil at the gazebo on Lynn Avenue in Pawhuska, last...

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