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National Indian Taco Championships’ Chairwoman Patricia Counts, on left, master of ceremonies Chad Tahchawwickah and Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce Director Joni Nash, far right, pose with Osage Sisters, left to right, Jacque Jones, Mary Wildcat and Dana Daylight, three-peat winners of the event’s People’s Choice Award. The 11th NITC was held downtown on Saturday.

Teamwork rolls up big winners in 11th NITC

Oct 07, 2015 2:37pm

Pawhuska team entries captured the top two prizes Saturday at the 2015 National Indian Taco Championships.

Following full consideration by an august panel of cookoff judges, the first-place...

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Ex-head football coach sues local school officials

Sep 16, 2015 12:06pm

A civil lawsuit which accuses local school officials of violating the rights of a former Pawhuska High School football coach has been filed in Osage County District Court.

The suit was filed...

Frank Reeves takes a break after the lunch rush on Sept. 11 in the kitchen at the Osage County Free Fair. Next to him is a display of Frank’s Meat Sauce, which hit the store shelves of Weigant’s and Pawhuska Hometown Savers Club on Sept. 1. Deanna Evans/Journal-Capital

Local man bottles ‘family tradition,’ markets to grocery stores

Sep 16, 2015 12:06pm

It’s no secret in Pawhuska that Frank Reeves and his wife Monica are good cooks. And they aren’t shy in demonstrating their skills every year during the Osage County Free Fair, but this year is...

Osage County game warden seeks help in finding deer poachers

Sep 16, 2015 12:06pm

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is seeking information about a recent illegal deer killing southeast of Pawhuska.

Osage County Game Warden Cody Plunkett said the deer was...

Several area residents release balloons in memory of Rick Holt last Thursday evening at Freedom Park. More than 60 people attended a balloon release and candlelight vigil held in honor of Holt, who disappeared over Labor Day Weekend and is believed to have been killed. Holt is a well-known oilfield manager/rancher and former Pawhuska High School state wrestling champion. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

In memory of victim

Sep 16, 2015 12:06pm

Several area residents release balloons in memory of Rick Holt last Thursday evening at Freedom Park. More than 60 people attended a balloon release and candlelight vigil held in honor of Holt,...

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Shelly Shulanberger

I would like to thank all who showed up for Grandparent’s Day! It is really a treat for the kids to have...

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Sep 16, 2015 12:05pm


Lake Pawhuska will be the site for the Osage Hills Hiking Club’s second-annual “Lake & Prairie” hike this Sunday.

Registration is set to begin at 2 p.m....

Tallgrass Gallery features new artists, opens art school

Sep 09, 2015 12:06pm

Since opening on Aug. 1, Pawhuska’s Tallgrass Gallery has gained the works of several well-known artists, including Joe Don Brave, of Pawhuska, and Jon Cronin, of Dodge City, Kan.

A member...

Mike Black, Bureau of Indian Affairs Director (Photo source BIA website)

BIA director to speak

Sep 02, 2015 2:22pm

Mike Black, director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, is scheduled to visit the Osage Nation for a formal presentation on Sept. 9 in Pawhuska. Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear invited the...

Chief, Minerals Council seeking unity on oil plan

Sep 02, 2015 2:22pm

Osage Nation Principal Chief Geoffrey StandingBear called on leaders of the tribe Monday to form a unified front for defending against possible legislative threats to the Osage Mineral Estate....

Thomas M. Eaves

Convicted killer held in death of girlfriend

Sep 02, 2015 2:22pm

A 56-year-old Osage County man with a previous conviction for murder is reportedly a suspect in another death.

Thomas Mongrain Eaves is being held at the Osage County Jail on a $1 million...

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