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Harvey Payne, Nature Conservancy Communications Coordinator, holds a picture of Osage author, John Joseph Mathews, from the 1930s and Osage Nation Chief, Geoffrey Standing Bear, stands next to same mantle featured in photo Payne holds.

Osage Nation Chief tours Mathews Historic Cabin

Feb 25, 2015 12:06pm

PAWHUSKA — Osage Nation Chief, Geoffrey Standing Bear and the Osage Nation Communications Team were provided a tour of the cabin and property previously owned by Osage author, John Joseph Mathews...

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Patricia Wilson

Kiwanis honors local TCTC student

Updated: Jan 29, 2015 2:50pm

Pawhuska resident and Tri County Technology Center student Patricia Wilson was recently named a Kiwanis Club January Student of the Month by the Bartlesville downtown club.

Wilson is an...

A member of Pawhuska Troop 2097 displays the flavor varieties of 2015 Girl Scout Cookies. The official cookie campaign runs Feb. 7 through March 22, with booth sales slated to begin Feb. 20. Regular cookies sell for $4 per box and gluten-free varieties cost a dollar more. The newest flavor, Rah-Rah Raisins, has joined other popular varieties like Thin Mints, Trefoils, Do-si-dos, Samoas, Tagalongs and Savana Smiles. Oklahoma’s first Girl Scout troops were started in 1917. Mary Ann Wise/Journal-Capital

Girl Scout Cookie sale

Updated: Jan 29, 2015 2:50pm

A member of Pawhuska Troop 2097 displays the flavor varieties of 2015 Girl Scout Cookies. The official cookie campaign runs Feb. 7 through March 22, with booth sales slated to begin Feb. 20....

The Drummond Home will be hosting the annual antique doll exhibit starting Feb. 1. The exhibit will last the entire month and features many antique dolls such as J. D. Kestners, Armand Marseilles, Ernst Koppelsdorf and several Shoenau Hoffmeisters, which are all German-made dolls. There will also be an array of antique China, bisque, porcelain, and paper dolls.

Drummond Home News

Jan 21, 2015 12:06pm

Starting Feb. 1, the Drummond Home will be hosting the annual Antique doll exhibit. The exhibit will last the entire month and features many antique dolls such as J. D Kestners, Armand Marseilles...

Pawhuska United Methodist Women — from left, Pastor Kathy Morris, Debbie Reed, Sherry Williams, Linda Boone and Sunshine Mares, among others — are making preparations for a turkey dinner fundraiser, which will be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22, at the Methodist Family Life Center, 620 Leahy. Tickets are $10 for the turkey dinner and all the trimmings, including dessert. Proceeds will benefit the UMW ongoing mission projects. Guests are invited to dine in or carry-out. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Methodist Women to host turkey dinner on Thursday

Jan 21, 2015 12:06pm

Pawhuska United Methodist Women — from left, Pastor Kathy Morris, Debbie Reed, Sherry Williams, Linda Boone and Sunshine Mares, among others — are making preparations for a turkey dinner...

Wrestling Homecoming

Jan 21, 2015 12:06pm

The Pawhuska High School Wrestling Homecoming Queen for 2015, senior Brittany Dawn Wilson, is surrounded by her royal court during the Tuesday, Jan. 13, event at Oren Terrill Field House. On the...

W.K. Hale

Part 7 — ‘So the swindles went round and round’

Jan 14, 2015 12:06pm

(Editor’s Note: The following is the seventh installment from the Pawhuska Journal-Capital’s popular 1996 history book, “Cowboys, Outlaws and Peace Officers.” Portions of the book will be...

Jesi Tatum, pictured at right, Pawhuska Hospital Administrator, presents a plaque to Dr. James Robert Priest on Jan. 8, when the newly renovated conference room at Pawhuska Hospital was opened and named after Priest, who has served at the hospital for many years. Friends and family were on hand for the plaque presentation. Tatum said the conference room was named after Priest in recognition of his many years of service to the citizens of Pawhuska and the surrounding areas. The conference room of Pawhuska Hospital Inc. will now be known as the James Robert Priest, M.D. Conference Room. The renovations included doubling the room size, new carpet, paint and electronics.

Honoring years of service

Jan 14, 2015 2:41pm

Jesi Tatum, pictured at right, Pawhuska Hospital Administrator, presents a plaque to Dr. James Robert Priest on Jan. 8, when the newly renovated conference room at Pawhuska Hospital was opened and...

Wynona News

Jan 14, 2015 2:41pm

SCHOOL NOTES

Submitted by Superintendent Dixie Hurd

This has been a busy week of getting back to work. Our elementary and junior high basketball teams played in the Bowring tournament...

‘Annie’s Project’ begins February 5

Jan 14, 2015 12:06pm

Oklahoma State Cooperative Extension in Kay County is offering Annie’s Project in Ponca City at the Pioneer Women Museum, 701 Monument Road.

Annie’s Project empowers agriculture women to be...

Finding a Texas horned lizard in the grasses at Oklahoma’s Tallgrass Prairie Preserve is a special, rare sight of this protected species. Betty Turner/Special to the J-C

Oklahoma’s Tallgrass Prairie Preserve seeks docent volunteers

Jan 14, 2015 12:06pm

If you would enjoy sharing information about The Nature Conservancy’s tallgrass prairie ecosystem to visitors from all over the world at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, north of Pawhuska, you may...

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