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Local OHCE chapters host second-annual Tea for Two

May 25, 2016 12:06pm

Osage County chapters of Oklahoma Home and Community Education capped the organization’s weeklong recruiting drive Saturday, May 7, with their second-annual Tea for Two.

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FAPC offers food safety tips for Thanksgiving menu

Nov 24, 2015 12:05pm

STILLWATER — Thanksgiving day will be here soon, and many Oklahomans will be preparing holiday meals for their families and friends. But don’t let food poisoning be on the menu this year.

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Moments of annual Bison Roundup captured on camera

Nov 18, 2015 12:06pm

Workers and volunteers assist with the annual Bison Roundup at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, which was held the first week in November.

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From left, Steve Malcolm, Alan Armstrong, Joe Williams and Keith Bailey pose for a photo during a special ceremony at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve’s Headquarters last week. Williams, who was instrumental in raising the initial $15 million in private funding which launched the Tallgrass project in 1984, attended the Nov. 7 event on the 26th anniversary of The Nature Conservancy’s purchase of the former Barnard Ranch. During the ceremony, Williams was honored with words as well as numerous tokens of appreciation presented by the Conservancy, Tallgrass and the Osage Nation. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Tallgrass Prairie renamed

Nov 18, 2015 12:06pm

From left, Steve Malcolm, Alan Armstrong, Joe Williams and Keith Bailey pose for a photo during a special ceremony at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve’s Headquarters last week. Williams, who was...

Museum to host workshop for Osage children

Nov 18, 2015 12:06pm

The Osage Nation Museum will host “Creative Kids — The Blank Canvas Workshop” on Monday, Nov. 23. In conjunction with the Osage Nation Education Department, the Osage Nation Museum will be holding...

Mayo Hotel site of Osage Minerals Council’s Oil & Gas Summit

Updated: Dec 02, 2015 12:06pm

My husband Jim and I recently had an opportunity to stay at the beautifully renovated Mayo Hotel in downtown Tulsa. I was particularly eager to see how this historic icon had been preserved by the...

The Osage Nation Museum will be utilizing the Osage Nation Child Care’s Resource on Wheels Van to present a traveling exhibit from the Osage Nation Museum’s permanent collection. The Mobile Museum will travel throughout Osage County during the month of November to engage and educate the public.

In honor of Native American Heritage Month Osage Nation Museum presents mobile exhibit

Nov 11, 2015 12:06pm

In honor of Native American Heritage month the Osage Nation Museum is hosting a traveling exhibit of items from its permanent collection displayed in the Osage Nation Child Care’s Resource on...

Retired elementary music teacher and harpist Monica Reeves shared her incredible harpist talents Nov. 6 during the fall meeting of the Pawhuska Church Women which was hosted by the Assembly of God Church. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Harpist Monica Reeves entertains Pawhuska Church Women

Updated: Nov 18, 2015 12:06pm

Harpist Monica Reeves shared her incredible talents on the harpsichord November 6th during the fall meeting of the Pawhuska Church Women. Hosted by the Assembly of God Church, the ladies enjoyed a...

Guests to the OCHS “A Night at the Museum” are greeted by prominent citizens who have contributed to Pawhuska and Osage County’s rich history, including, front row, from left, Ms. G.W. Parsons (Joyce Lyons), Mrs. Villa Tinker Hill Shirley Roberts), Ms. Edith Layton (Dean Shoemate), Ms. W.T. Leahy (Patty Gambill), Mrs. Charles Constantine (Kathryn Swan); back row, also from left, Mrs. Charles Duncan (Nancy Woodyard), John Stink (Jack Shoemate), Ms. Mabel Kennedy (Mary K. Warren), Henry Grammer (Roger Lloyd), Mrs. Mae Todd Aaron (Carolyn Helmer) and Ms. Tolson (Lu King). Not shown are Frederick Drummond and Bob Roberts. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

OCHS hosts ‘A Night at the Museum’

Nov 04, 2015 12:06pm

The Osage County Historical Society created an entertaining, event-filled evening last Thursday with “A Night at the Museum.” Headliner “Buffalo” Dale Lewis was on site to autograph his recently...

Terri Merrell

Operation AmeriCorps, Ta-Wa Americorps, good works abound

Nov 04, 2015 12:06pm

Terri Merrell, 19, is a lot like other young Osage women from the Osage Nation Reservation in Oklahoma. She lives in a small town with only a few employment and educational opportunities. But...

Mary Jane Mashunkashey, left, and Mudpies owner Carla Core Brown are excited to show off Mudpies newest gourmet foods during the boutique’s open house last Monday. Kathryn Swan/ J-C Correspondent

Mudpies hosts 10th annual open house

Nov 04, 2015 12:06pm

Carla Core Brown, owner of Pawhuska’s “Mudpies” boutique, officially opened the holiday shopping season Monday with her 10th annual Christmas open house. Guests were treated to “valet parking”...

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