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Pictured from left: The governess, Miss Pruitt (played by Penny Adair), becomes a captive along with her pupil, Emily Jane (Jewel Santini), of mother-and-son kidnappers Ma (Lori Loftis) and Sonny Griggs (Will Chambers) during Sunday’s matinee performance of “The Ransom of Emily Jane” at the Constantine Theater. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Constantine presents encore shows

Jul 16, 2014 12:07pm

Encore performances of “The Ransom of Emily Jane” were presented Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at the Constantine Theater.

Evolving from stage adaptation by Carolyn Lane of O. Henry’...

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Volunteers lend a helping hand during the Hearts & Hands workday on Saturday. Seven project homes were chosen. Now in its 15th year, Hearts and Hands began when members of the First Presbyterian Church volunteered to do repairs on one area home as a mission project. Sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance, as of this year, eight congregations are actively involved with support from all Pawhuska churches. The Rev. Ken Woodhams serves as director of Hearts & Hands.

Hearts & Hands workday

Updated: Apr 30, 2014 3:46pm

Volunteers lend a helping hand during the Hearts & Hands workday on Saturday. Seven project homes were chosen. Now in its 15th year, Hearts and Hands began when members of the First...

The Pawhuska Business Development Center, Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce and Formby Oil & Propane are sponsoring the May 22nd Food for Thought lunch and learn series. “How to Keep that SPRING in Your Step” will be the energizing topic. To reserve your spot, please contact Cindy Helmer at chelmer@tctc.org or 918-287-3357.

May Food for Thought luncheon promises to be energizing

Apr 30, 2014 12:06pm

“How to Keep that SPRING in Your Step” will be the energizing topic of the May 22 Food for Thought.

Sponsored by the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce, Pawhuska Business Development Center and...

OCCW member Kathryn Chambers and OSU 4-H Educator Jessica Jantzen assist Wynona 5th & 6th students Haley and Dale during Friday’s Ag in the Classroom. Kathryn Swan/ J-C Correspondent

Wynona students learn about agriculture

Apr 30, 2014 12:06pm

Osage County Cattlewomen and the OSU Extension Office teamed up last Friday to help fifth and sixth grade students at the Wynona Elementary School understand the importance of agriculture in their...

OSU Extension, local OHCE to celebrate 100 years

Apr 30, 2014 12:06pm

Oklahoma Home & Community Education and the OSU Cooperative Extension are hosting a Meet & Greet event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Friday at the Pawhuska Community Center, located at the...

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive slated May 10

Apr 30, 2014 12:05pm

The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, benefitting the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and its 450 Partner Programs throughout eastern Oklahoma, is planned for May 10. Stamp Out Hunger is the...

P.E.O. EM Bridge Fest winners Velma Lemonnier of Pawnee, Norma Sauer, Dottie McCloud, Jo Oertle and Lelabeth Wallace of Bartlesville, Margaret Steinberge of Fairfax. Not shown is Janice West of Barnsdall.

P.E.O.’s 2014 Bridge Fest winners announced

Updated: Apr 23, 2014 4:12pm

Pawhuska’s P.E.O. Chapter EM hosted its 6th Annual Bridge Fest on April 12 at the Methodist Church family Life Center. The theme “Bridge to Friendship” involved four-game contract progressive...

Standing beside her birthday cake, Mildred Walker holds her special birthday card created by Chapter PEO EM sisters. She is also wearing her ‘Golden Oldie’ button as the 1,859th inductee into the Centenarian Club of Oklahoma. Daughter Carolyn Johnson, granddaughter Kimberly Cross and Michael Cross join in the celebration.

Happy 100th birthday

Updated: Apr 23, 2014 4:12pm

Standing beside her birthday cake, Mildred Walker holds her special birthday card created by Chapter PEO EM sisters. She is also wearing her ‘Golden Oldie’ button as the 1,859th inductee into the...

Special Olympian Cameron McCormack of Pawhuska unleashes a medal-winning throw in the recent Grand Area Track & Field Meet at Bulldogger Stadium in Dewey. Dozens of area athletes took part in the event. The 45th Oklahoma Special Olympics Summer Games will be held May 14-16 at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. MIKE TUPA/BARTLESVILLE EXAMINER-ENTERPRISE

Local competitor

Updated: Apr 23, 2014 4:12pm

Special Olympian Cameron McCormack of Pawhuska unleashes a medal-winning throw in the recent Grand Area Track & Field Meet at Bulldogger Stadium in Dewey. Dozens of area athletes took part in...

Parents Nights set for baseball, soccer

Updated: Apr 23, 2014 4:12pm

Senior nights will be observed Friday during the final regular-season home appearances of Pawhuska High School’s baseball and soccer teams.

The PHS baseball squad will play a home game...

Six-year-old Nathan Pradmore has reason to smile. This first grade student was one of the first to find all 12 Resurrection Eggs during a recent Easter Egg hunt. Each of the numbered eggs contained a symbol and short Bible verse relating to Christ’s resurrection, beginning with a piece of cloth, followed by prayer stickers, a Hersey kiss, feather, coins, cross, dice and stone. The empty egg reflected Christ’s resurrection. The final egg contained a globe key chain and the verse from John 8:12, where Jesus said, “I am the light of the world.” Nathan is the grandson of Brent and Katie Swan. KATHRYN SWAN/ J-C CORRESPONDENT

Easter Egg hunting with a purpose

Updated: Apr 23, 2014 4:12pm

Six-year-old Nathan Pradmore has reason to smile. This first grade student was one of the first to find all 12 Resurrection Eggs during a recent Easter Egg hunt. Each of the numbered eggs...

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