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Sally Carroll, 98, owner of Sally’s Sandwich Shop, prepares pies at the Pawhuska business that has been open since 1950. Carroll shared Christmas memories of her childhood in Pawhuska.

Sally Carroll shares childhood memories of Christmas

Dec 17, 2014 4:00pm

Sally Carroll, who turned 98 in October, moved to Pawhuska with her family when she was three years old and she has lived in Pawhuska ever since. She sat down recently to share her childhood...

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Wynona news

Oct 22, 2014 12:06pm

WYNONA SCHOOL NOTES

(Submitted by Superintendent Dixie Hurd)

We have many fun things going on at the school in October, including a Mom/Son Dance (with a Halloween-dress up theme) on...

Seated left to right are: sophomore attendant Madelyn Priest, freshman attendant Star Sweeden, Queen Ashley Youngwolfe, senior attendant Macy Hurd, junior attendant Genie Herren. Standing, from left, are: sophomore attendant Eli Red Eagle, freshman attendant Kienan Cheves, kissing captain Hayden Javellas, Queen escort Marshall Tolson, senior attendant Tyler Reece, junior attendant Hayden Henley. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

PHS Homecoming Royalty

Oct 22, 2014 12:06pm

Seated left to right are: sophomore attendant Madelyn Priest, freshman attendant Star Sweeden, Queen Ashley Youngwolfe, senior attendant Macy Hurd, junior attendant Genie Herren. Standing, from...

Thursday event to feature Osage photos, history

Oct 22, 2014 12:06pm

The Osage Tribal Museum will sponsor an exciting evening of photography, history and fellowship on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, from 6 - 9 pm. The event will feature photographs from the collections...

Last week, the Pawhuska Journal-Capital presented the Osage County Historical Society with six first edition copies of the 1996 history book, “Oil in the Osage,” and five first edition copies of the 1997 “Tribute to Ben John, Jr.” From left to right, Journal-Capital Office Manager Mary Ann Wise, OCHS Museum Director Barbara Pease and OCHS President Kathryn Swan display copies of the books. Second edition soft-cover books are currently on order and will be for sale to the publc in the next few weeks. In the meantime, a limited number of these books are for sale at the OCHS and proceeds will benefit the museum. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Journal-Capital donates history books to OCHS

Oct 22, 2014 12:05pm

As previously announced, the Pawhuska Journal-Capital is launching its second printing of the popular 1996 history book, “Oil in the Osage.”

Last week, Journal-Capital Office Manager Mary...

Street scene at the corner of Main and Osage in Pawhuska on payment day 1900. The old government building at one time housed the first Pawhuska newspaper and a doctor’s office. The First National Bank building took its place. (Journal-Capital File Photo)

Part 2: Allotment, oil and headrights

Oct 15, 2014 12:06pm

(Editor’s Note: What follows is a portion of the book, “Oil in the Osage,” originally published in 1996 by the Pawhuska Journal-Capital. Much of the book’s content was produced by writer Libby...

Wynona News

Oct 15, 2014 12:06pm

WYNONA SCHOOL NOTES

(Submitted by Superintendent Dixie Hurd)

We have many fun things going on in October. We will host a Mom/son dance with a Halloween theme from 7-9 p.m. Oct. 25 at...

Drummond Home News

Oct 15, 2014 12:06pm

The Drummond Home was visited by ten “Red Hat” ladies, from Bartlesville, Wann, and Nowata on Friday, Oct. 10. The ladies came to the home early afternoon after a eating a lovely lunch served to...

Pictured, (from lleft to right) Kathryn Chambers, Jana Sellers, Randy and Randy Smith, Charles Wickstrom, Jenna Smith, Sid Anderson and Jeff Bute gathered on Sept. 2 for the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Dancemaker Performing Arts Academy, which now offers Jazz, Hip Hop, Yoga,Core Strengthening, and Ballet classes. Founding donors Charles Wickstrom and Sid Anderson from Iron Hawk Energy Group attended the festivities. Jenna Smith took the opportunity to thank them for their support, and to thank everyone who made founding donations, including: George and Carol Tinker, The Pawhuska Community Foundation, the Kerr Foundation, Will and Anne Baker, Jr., and Mike and Bette Graves. Additional tax-deductible contributions may be made to Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa and will be used to fund the scholarships of local students. Call Randy Smith for more information at 918-704-4668.

Ribbon Cutting

Oct 15, 2014 12:06pm

Pictured, (from lleft to right) Kathryn Chambers, Jana Sellers, Randy and Randy Smith, Charles Wickstrom, Jenna Smith, Sid Anderson and Jeff Bute gathered on Sept. 2 for the Pawhuska Chamber of...

Around The County

Oct 15, 2014 12:05pm

ELKS HONOR FIRE PREVENTION MONTH

Fire extinguishers are to be given out to the first 200 persons who attend a Fire Prevention Month program this Saturday at the Pawhuska Elks Lodge. Local...

Phillips Petroleum Co. officials watch as a “gusher” oil well comes in at the Burbank Field on April 4, 1923. (Photo courtesy Phillips Petroleum Co.)

Part 1: In the beginning …

Oct 08, 2014 12:05pm

(Editor’s Note: What follows is the the original Foreward by former Pawhuska Journal-Capital General Manager Larry Lucas from the 1996 book, “Oil in the Osage.” Much of the book’s content was...

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