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Enjoying the delectable selection of goodies for Saturday’s Tea for Two, from left, are Dennis Robbins, husband of OSU Extension Educator Donna Robbins, along with Vickie Robbins, Yvonna Garrett, Lou Ann Christian, Randy Fuqua, Gladys Beuchler and Frances Quillen. The event was sponsored by the Osage County OHCE and held in the Ag Building at the Osage County Fairgrounds. Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

‘Tea for Two’ provides venue of ‘Organization 101’

Updated: Apr 23, 2015 10:18am

I was privileged Saturday to be the guest speaker for a remarkable group of Osage County women, the OHCE, an acronym for Osage County Home and Community Education, formerly known as Home...

Keeping the EPA honest

Mar 25, 2015 12:05pm

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Pawhuska’s Red Hat Society Chapter Company of Wayward Saints enjoys their first meeting at the Prairie Dog. Pictured from left are Connie Wood, Jo Johnson, Joan Core, Patty Gambill, Barbara McVey, Geraldine Enyart, Prairie Dog owner Marlene Mosley, Vi Harris, Kathryn Swan and Sherry Williams.

Pawhuska’s Red Hat Society meets the Prairie Dog

Updated: Sep 25, 2013 2:31pm

Pawhuska’s Red Hat Society “The Company of Wayward Saints” (COWS) reconvened last Tuesday at the Prairie Dog. Hostesses were Geraldine Enyart and Patty Gambill, who also had the distinction of...

Among Geraldine Enyart’s unique collection was this beautiful ceramic swan that she graciously relinquished to JC Correspondent Kathryn Swan. Enyart is standing next to a small sampling of the plants making up her backyard.

Local green thumb gives readers a glimpse of her backyard oasis

Updated: Sep 18, 2013 1:08pm

Pawhuska and Osage County are blessed to have so many talented and creative individuals. The number of blue ribbons awarded during the recent County fair is testimony to that. Today’s column is...

In this Aug. 6, file photo, Veronica, the child at the center of a national adoption dispute, is shown at the Cherokee Nation Jack Brown Center in Tahlequah, Okla. AP Photo/Tulsa World, Mike Simons, File

What about Veronica?

Updated: Sep 11, 2013 3:19pm

In a perfect world, daddies do not give up their babies.

Neither do mommies.

In a perfect world, adoptive parents aren’t needed because there are no children who need their love. They...

A special type of Grandparent’s Day celebration

Updated: Sep 11, 2013 4:56pm

When my seven-year old twin granddaughter, Finley, called me last week, she was insistent that I join her and her two brothers for an early-morning breakfast celebrating Grandparent’s Day. The...

US has big decision to make on Syria

Sep 04, 2013 12:17pm

BEVERLY HILLS — God bless America, and how’s everybody?

President Obama on Thursday hadn’t decided if the U.S. will strike Syria. He wants to launch a strike in the middle of a civil war...

Editorial Cartoon

Sep 04, 2013 12:06pm

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Yes, you can trust the poor

Sep 04, 2013 12:06pm

Let us for a moment contemplate the state of charity in the world. Let’s use Heifer International as the model.

After the Spanish Civil War, an Indiana farmer by the name of Dan West...

The Oklahoman: Food stamp fraud not something to be dismissed

Sep 04, 2013 12:06pm

Food stamp fraud is on the rise nationally. Yet Matt Bruenig, writing for The American Prospect, proclaims fraud is “not even a problem” and “totally fine.”

“I don’t care about it and...

Muskogee Phoenix: Sharia law amendment a waste

Sep 04, 2013 12:06pm

Having the public vote on whether to ban state courts from considering international or Islamic law when deciding cases was a waste of taxpayer money.

Oklahomans approved State Question 755...

On the right Osage Principal Chief John D. Red Eagle visits with friends at his family camp in the Pawhuska Indian Village during the 2013 In’lonshka dances in Pawhuska, as preparations for the evening meal are made.

Interview: Chief Red Eagle talks about his life and legacy

Aug 28, 2013 12:07pm

During the June ceremonial In’lonshka dances in Pawhuska, Principal Chief John D. Red Eagle, took time out to talk about his life and legacy.

Chief Red Eagle has lived a life steeped in...

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