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Osage oil producers seek support from county commission

Mar 04, 2015 12:06pm

Osage County’s oil and gas industry could be irreparably damaged unless action is taken to revive its well-drilling activities, spokesmen for the Osage Producers Association said at last week’s...

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Registration deadline nearing for Pawhuska school election

Jan 07, 2015 12:35pm

Registration deadline is Friday, Jan. 16, for next month’s Pawhuska School District Election, according to Osage County Election Board Secretary Andrea Conner.

The school election will be...

Man to serve prison sentence after guilty plea

Jan 07, 2015 12:34pm

A Pawhuska man began serving sentences on Friday, Jan. 2, for multiple drug and burglary convictions related to arrests last winter and spring.

Eddie Jack Miles Jr., 32, pleaded guilty Dec....

Cherokee Nation to host job fair

Jan 07, 2015 12:34pm

The Cherokee Nation is hosting a health job fair to fill positions at the new Cooweescoowee Health Center, opening early spring in Ochelata, just south of Bartlesville.

The job fair will be...

Around The County

Updated: Jan 07, 2015 12:34pm

REPUBLICANS TO MEET

Osage County Republicans will meet on Saturday, Jan. 17, in the Skiatook High School Auditorium.

Following the 9 a.m. session of the political organization’s...

District Court Judge John Kane, left, administers the oath of office Friday to the three Osage County officials who were elected to new terms last November. Pictured, from right, are: Gail Hedgcoth, who begins her 25th year as County Assessor; Bob Jackson, who survived a vote recount to win a second full term as the District One County Commissioner; and Darren McKinney, a two-year incumbent who was voted his first full term as District Three Commissioner.

Official oaths

Updated: Jan 07, 2015 12:34pm

District Court Judge John Kane, left, administers the oath of office Friday to the three Osage County officials who were elected to new terms last November. Pictured, from right, are: Gail...

Pawhuska Animal Control Officer Jesse Valentine was recognized for going above and beyond when he rescued a puppy during the holiday season. According to pet owner Tamara Walker, “Valentine went above and beyond for my puppy and my boys. He is a GEM!” Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Thanks to a puppy’s hero

Updated: Jan 07, 2015 12:34pm

Kindness and professionalism never go out of style. This was reflected in a simple post by Tamara Walker on Facebook’s Pawhuska Community Watch page. Tamara asked who she could call to praise...

Voting tips offered by election board secretary

Updated: Jan 07, 2015 12:35pm

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 13, for the Shidler I-11 School Special Election. Osage County Election Board Secretary Andrea Conner offered voters tips on how to...

Osage County District Court

Updated: Jan 07, 2015 12:34pm

CRIMINAL FELONIES

Friday, Jan. 2

Justin Allan Viles, Dewey — Possession of controlled dangerous substance.

Wednesday, Dec. 31

Jeffrey Dale Sam, Skiatook — Burglary in the...

Construction continues on the Osage Nation’s hilltop campus above downtown Pawhuska. The Osage Nation Welcome Center and a building that will house the Osage Nation Police Department and several other offices are seen here. Phase One work on the multi-million dollar Campus Master Plan was started in January by Pente Construction Co. Mike Erwin/Journal-Capital

Campus construction

Dec 31, 2014 12:05pm

Construction continues on the Osage Nation’s hilltop campus above downtown Pawhuska. The Osage Nation Welcome Center and a building that will house the Osage Nation Police Department and several...

Osage County re-files 2008 murder charges

Dec 31, 2014 12:05pm

An Osage County murder case has been resurrected against a 43-year-old Tulsa man currently serving two life terms for involvement in the execution-style slaying of a gasoline wholesaler.

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