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Tharp captures Nelagoney school history

Jun 22, 2016 12:06pm

Editor’s Note: Brian Tharp is a multi-talented artist who works in numerous genres. Tharp’s charcoal drawing of Pawhuska’s historic City Hall drew a bidding frenzy during the Historical Society’s...

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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”...

Museums celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November

Nov 04, 2015 2:22pm

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation officials are celebrating Native American Heritage Month by offering free museum admission throughout the month of November.

Cherokee Nation museums include the...

Smoking rates in Oklahoma decline to an all-time low

Nov 04, 2015 2:19pm

Adult smoking in Oklahoma has decreased by 19 percent in the past four years, reaching an all-time low as a result of focused efforts to reduce and prevent tobacco use. The number of adult smokers...

Educator: Fall in the air but leaves on the ground

Updated: Nov 04, 2015 2:19pm

STILLWATER — Now that Oklahoma is experiencing cool, crisp mornings, warm, sunny days and back to cool in the evening, it is a sure bet the fall season has arrived. If you have any doubts, just...

New weight loss support group being formed in Pawhuska

Nov 04, 2015 12:05pm

There may be a new option in town to help residents living in Osage County and Pawhuska realize a healthier lifestyle. TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), a nonprofit weight-loss support...

Tallgrass Art School partners with TCTC

Nov 04, 2015 12:05pm

Tallgrass Art School recently partnered with Tri County Technology Center to offer more workshops and classes in the arts in Pawhuska and Bartlesville. Beginning in January of 2016, students will...

Sutton Center Executive Director Jeremy Ross stands inside the eagle barn, which he hopes can be fully renovated into an immersive educational facility. Photo courtesy of Dan Rainking

Committed to conservation

Nov 01, 2015 12:05am

Just a few minutes — as the crow flies — southwest of Bartlesville, a team of biologists work quietly (aside from the occasional squawk) at a secluded facility on an oak-covered hilltop. Here, at...

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