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 thoughts 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

  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!

  5. 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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