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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...

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OU and the Osage Tribal Museum collaborate on wedding regalia exhibit

Updated: Mar 12, 2015 9:03am

On the evening of Feb. 19, the Osage Tribal Museum and Library hosted a presentation about a new exhibit undertaken in collaboration with the University of Oklahoma, which will open in December...

Special guest Marshall Matthews, an “Elvis Entertainer” from Wichita, Kan., performed for the crowd.

Sell-out crowd honors PHS elite students

Mar 04, 2015 12:06pm

A sell-out crowd of more than 270 guests gathered Monday night to honor 28 of Pawhuska’s most elite students at the 26th Annual PHS Honors Banquet.

Sights and sounds spanning three decades...

Drummond Home News

Mar 04, 2015 12:05pm

On Feb 18, Bartlesville’s Washington County Elder Care IN came to tour the Drummond Home. Twenty-six lovely ladies arrived to see the Doll Exhibit and our wonderful Historical Home site!



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Superintendent Dixie Hurd

February has flown past!

The Naep tests and the 5th and 8th grade writing tests are completed for this year....


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Feb. 23, 2015

A boyd to Partricia Gill and Frisco Blankenship of Pawhuska.

Osage Nation Bird Creek Farms Steering Committee members, Gail Boe, Jacqueline Boulanger, and Assistant Principal Chief Raymond RedCorn, take notes during a plasticulture farming workshop presentation.

Osage Nation Looks into Farming Options

Feb 27, 2015 10:10am

Growing fresh and local foods for Osage people is now a revived approach to food sovereignty for the Osage Nation so efforts to find the most successful methods are being looked into by leadership...

CMT names honorary chairs for fundraising gala

Feb 27, 2015 10:10am

BARTLESVILLE — In celebration of CMT’s 15th Anniversary, Children’s Musical Theatre of Bartlesville is holding its first fund-raising gala, “CMT By the Numbers”, on Saturday, Feb. 28, at Hillcrest...

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...

Part 12 — A sensational holdup, continued

Feb 18, 2015 3:48pm

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

Osage Princess Katelynn Pipestem

Benefit hand game will provide support for current and new Osage Princess

Updated: Feb 18, 2015 3:48pm

The Osage Princess Sorority has been going strong for almost fifteen years and their secret is sisterhood and communication. This Sunday, at Wakon Iron Hall in Pawhuska, the sorority is hosting an...

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