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Wednesday court date set for city attorney

Jul 23, 2014 12:06pm

Pawhuska’s city attorney was set to appear Wednesday in Pawhuska Municipal Court for a driving under the influence of alcohol citation issued by the Pawhuska Police Department.

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Osage County Court proceedings

Updated: Jul 09, 2014 2:29pm


July 3

Jimmy Carroll Rankin — Possession of controlled dangerous substance in presence of a minor under 12 or within 1,000 feet of park or school.

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City to implement broad smoking ban

Updated: Jul 09, 2014 4:48pm

An expansive anti-smoking ordinance passed by the Pawhuska City Council on Monday takes aim at electronic vapor devices as well as all tobacco products.

When the ordinance goes into effect...

Access roads to future windmill-turbine locations at TradeWind Energy’s Osage Wind development are seen from just north of the U.S. 60 junction on State Highway 18. Transmission lines will connect the turbines to the existing station facility. Current plans call for sale of power generated by the Osage Wind project to the Associated Electric Cooperative of Missouri. Another proposed TradeWind project, Mustang Run, would be located just east of Osage Wind. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

TradeWind sticking with plans

Updated: Jul 02, 2014 2:46pm

Tradewind Energy is pushing ahead with plans for two wind-farm developments in Osage County as it awaits a ruling on an appeal of a recent decision which denied the company a permit needed to...

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Harris pleads guilty to rape, kidnapping

Jul 02, 2014 2:30pm

Sentencing is scheduled in late August for a 28-year-old Pawhuska man who recently pleaded guilty in Osage County District Court to the rape and kidnapping of a former girlfriend in April 2013....

Osage Nation executive staff announced

Jul 02, 2014 2:31pm

Incoming Osage Nation Chief Geoffrey M. Standing Bear has announced the new executive staff of the Osage Nation Executive Branch.

“Assistant Chief-Elect Raymond Redcorn and I sought to...

Abbott and Costello’s classic comedy dialogue about “Who’s on first?” and “What’s on second?” takes on new meaning as a drilling rig is installed at the Pawhuska High School softball field recently. Capping operations were undertaken by the Osage Nation Minerals Council after gas was found to be leaking from the abandoned well, which was located underneath the middle part of the diamond. Summer league games that were scheduled to be played at the field last week were switched to alternate sites. Plugging of the well had been completed by late last week. It is hoped that repairs to the playing field will be completed before the PHS Lady Huskies open their regular season later this month. Mike Erwin/Journal Capital

What’s on second?

Jul 02, 2014 2:29pm

Abbott and Costello’s classic comedy dialogue about “Who’s on first?” and “What’s on second?” takes on new meaning as a drilling rig is installed at the Pawhuska High School softball field...

Scenes from the 2013 Independence Day Parade in Pawhuska.

Pawhuska to host patriotic parade on July 4

Updated: Jul 02, 2014 2:31pm

Friday will bring a Patriotic Independence Day Parade to Pawhuska with the annual non-motorized/walking parade, according to Mike McCartney, Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce director.

“No one is...

New era in tribal politics?

Jun 25, 2014 12:06pm

With installation of newly-elected Osage Nation leaders slated for next week, many tribal members will be looking forward to the dawn of a new era in tribal politics.

The eight-member Osage...

A YouthWorks crew constructs a scorekeeper’s stand at Finley Field, as the Rev. Travis Finley (left) offers the visiting teens encouragement and moral support. Members of the teen mission program play games at the field on Tuesdays. MIKE ERWIN/JOURNAL-CAPITAL

Youth workers make stand at local field

Jun 25, 2014 12:06pm

Travis Finley is known to be a lot of things — church pastor, city councilman, sports coach — and, now, he’s even a unit of measure.

Last Thursday morning, Rev. Finley was watching a local...


Jun 25, 2014 12:06pm

The dance arbor in Pawhuska Indian Village will be the site for I’n-Lon-Schka, the traditional dances of the Osages, beginning Thursday and continuing through Sunday. I’n-Lon-Schka means “...

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