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Cattlewomen meet at Southern Chance Ranch

Updated: Apr 16, 2014 4:24pm

Because of scheduling conflicts, Osage County Cattlewomen met April 5 at the home of Jamie and Steve Clement for their March meeting.

Co-hosts were members of the District 1. President...

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PBDC classes expanding

Mar 05, 2014 12:06pm

Since its grand opening in August of 2012, the Pawhuska Business Development Center continues to be a hub of learning activity.

Located east of the City Hospital at 1225 Virginia Avenue,...

Genie Herren

Elks Lodge to host Potato Bake for PHS student

Mar 05, 2014 12:06pm

A potato bake will be held Monday, March 10th at the Pawhuska Elks Lodge for Sophomore PHS student Genie Herren. The event will kick off at 5:30 p.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. Cost is an $8...

PHS baseball pancake breakfast fundraiser

Mar 05, 2014 12:06pm

Pawhuska High School parents and baseball fans hosted a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser in the junior high cafeteria during the recent Oklahoma Class 3A Regional Wrestling Tournament at Oren Terrill...

Jeremy Taylor unleashes a shot during Saturday’s “Disc Golf Humanitarian Event” at The Lodge at Pawhuska. Taylor was runnerup in the charity disc golf tournament organized as a fundraising benefit for Kelly Wade, a longtime local resident who is dealing with overwhelming medical bills brought on by a serious recent health problem. An auction also was conducted as part of the effort. JACK BUZBEE/ J-C CORRESPONDENT

Disc golf charity event

Mar 05, 2014 12:06pm

Jeremy Taylor unleashes a shot during Saturday’s “Disc Golf Humanitarian Event” at The Lodge at Pawhuska. Taylor was runnerup in the charity disc golf tournament organized as a fundraising benefit...

Patriotism Workers laying pipe as part of the Flanagan pipeline project on the Nelagoney-Okesa road, northeast of Pawhuska. BY KATHRYN SWAN,/J-C CORRESPONDENT

AROUND TOWN Pipeline worker displays patriotic pride

Mar 05, 2014 12:06pm

Patriotism

Workers laying pipe as part of the Flanagan pipeline project on the Nelagoney-Okesa road, northeast of Pawhuska.

BY KATHRYN SWAN,/J-C CORRESPONDENT

Season to Taste

Mar 05, 2014 12:05pm

San Francisco is famous for sourdough bread, but a trip to California won’t be necessary to whip up my Nob Hill sandwich, nor will a dash to the nearest specialty store to buy a Panini machine be...

Season to Taste

Mar 05, 2014 12:05pm

A snowy day and a steaming bowl of homemade soup are simply soul mates. We commonly refer to a hearty soup as comfort food but I prefer to call it Cozy-licious. Who doesn’t enjoy lounging under a...

Men invited to answer the call at ManUpOK 2014

Mar 05, 2014 12:05pm

TULSA – All Green Country men are invited to answer the call at the ManUpOK conference on March 7. This powerful event that will inspire and equip men to “Man Up” and take the steps to improve...

Participants in the Osage County Spelling Bee, held Feb. 19, are shown.

Winner crowned at Osage County Spelling Bee

Updated: Feb 26, 2014 4:38pm

Ten school districts participated in this year’s Osage County Spelling Bee, hosted by the Osage County Interlocal and McCord Public School, on held Feb. 19.

This year’s winner was Logan...

Pawhuska Red Hatters (Company of Wayward Saints) stand in front of a signature “red” marker from designer Frank Lloyd Wright during a recent tour of the historic Price Tower in Bartlesville. From left are Maureen Thompson, Margaret Mayhew, Queen-for-the Day Barbara McVey, Patty Gambill, Vi Harris, and Co-Queen-for-the-Day Jo Johnson.

Pawhuska Red Hatters tour Price Tower

Updated: Feb 26, 2014 4:44pm

When Jo Johnson and Barbara McVey volunteered to host the February meeting of the Pawhuska Red Hatters (Company of Wayward Saints), they were thinking about a road trip. After all, the mission of...

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