Category: Cowboy/Ranch

The Lost St. Louis Settlement

The Forgotten St. Louis Settlement of Washington County By: Roseanne McKee Part I: In a series of interviews over the past few months, Bartlesville resident, Jack Short, talked about the forgotten St. Louis Settlement established in the late 1800’s in Washington County west of…

Pawhuska People interviews Oklahoma’s CattleWoman of the Year

By: Roseanne McKee Past President of the Washington County CattleWomen, Moni Adcock Heinrich, is Oklahoma’s 2015-16 CattleWoman of the Year. She sat down recently, to share how a desire to expand her circle of friends, led her on a path toward leadership in the…

New Art Gallery Opens in Pawhuska

By: Roseanne McKee Bruce Carter, owner of the Tallgrass Art Gallery at 521 Kihekah Ave. spoke to the Kiwanis Club recently about his new gallery, the path he travelled to become an artist and what led him to choose Pawhuska. “When I was in…

2015 Osage County Cattlemen’s Association Convention & Tour Highlights

By: Roseanne McKee The Osage County Cattlemen’s Association (OCCA) held its 81st annual convention June 18-20. The convention kicked off June 18, with an evening art show hosted by the Arts and Preservation in the Osage in the Drummond Building located at the corner…

Hull Ranch holds Fundraiser to Raise Awareness of Under-diagnosed Condition called Porphyria

By: Roseanne McKee On April 11, Hull Ranch hosted a fundraiser lunch with a silent auction as part of the kick-off of a horseback ride cross-country at night dubbed “the Shadow Ride” to bring awareness to a the disease porphyria. The event’s proceeds went…

Secrets of the Pioneer Woman Building

By: Roseanne McKee As renovations of the Pioneer Woman Deli and shop building progressed, the building began to share its surprising secrets with those working on the project. General contractor, Terry Loftis of J. L. and Associates, LLC, revealed some of these secrets. A….

Images of Spring in Osage County