Hello World!

I am a late bloomer who found my passions later in life. When I looked at my child for the first time, I knew I had found my first passion.

I thought my passion list was complete until I began writing about Pawhuska and its people.

I have a B.A. in Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

I moved to Oklahoma in 1996 and lived in the Tulsa area for a decade before moving north, where I found Pawhuska in 2010 and worked briefly for the Pawhuska Journal-Capital. I was recruited to work for the Osage Nation, where I worked from 2011-2014. In March 2014, I started McKee PR Advertising & Design and I continued my journalistic efforts at this website and on the Facebook page by the same name.

I prefer feature writing to hard news, so I leave those journalistic efforts to others.

The features published here generally have uplifting, culturally rich themes — celebrations of the magic that is Pawhuska!

9 Comments on “Hello World!

  1. Wow! This is so cool. I love Pawhuska. There is so much history in Pawhuska. I have some great friends who live there too. I am excited about this new blog. Thank you for developing it!

  2. Thanks, I look forward to writing about the people and places of Pawhuska. Coming soon will be a story about the GFWC – Heeko Club, which is comprised of Pawhusa women, celebrating 100 years with an interview with member and Oklahoma GFWC president, Joyce Ward.

  3. I live in Pawhuska and I marvel at it’s history. Rosanne, it is wonderful that you care enough to explore our land, our standards, our organizations, and our heartbeat. You are a breath of fresh air to Pawhuska. Peace and caring, Patti

    • Thank you. I love the way you phrased your comment. It is about the people, land, standards, organizations — Pawhuska’s heartbeat.

  4. How lucky can Pawhuska be? You came to Pawhuska and we just love you. They say it is the people you meet along the way that makes a town special. You are special to us!

    • Thank you so much for your kind comment. Pawhuska is so special, I have to share it. You make Pawhuska what it is — wonderful.

  5. Janice Cranor, FCS Educator, OSU Extension Osage County

    Dear Roseanne: Your site is so nice and attractive and I appreciate your ending comments on your love for our community here in Pawhuska. I also appreciate so much your willingness to cover the events and activities of all the organizations and people of our county. You are a special person and special friend and I appreciate you. Thanks also for taking part in Extension Cafe (Catch a Fast Education) the “lunch and learn” type program I teach in Pawhuska each month (except June and December). Your support of family & consumer science programming and OHCE (OK Home & Community Education, formerly called Extension Homemakers) activities is very much appreciated. Sincerely, Janice Cranor, OSU Extension Family & Consumer Science Educator, Osage County

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