Category: Pawhuska citizens

The Dewey Hotel Built by Bartlesville’s Namesake

By: Roseanne McKee Re-published with permission of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise The Dewey Hotel, built by Jacob “Jake” Bartles, for whom the city of Bartlesville is named, provides a glimpse into Oklahoma’s pioneering days. This part one of two articles based on an interview with…

Two in Pawhuska follow National Tiny House Building Trend

(L-R): Rick Geisler and Hank Benson speak to Pawhuska Kiwanis Club By: Roseanne McKee Hank Benson and Rick Geisler spoke to the Pawhuska Kiwanis Club about the tiny houses they are building in their spare time. Benson said that Geisler has built two tiny…

A Group of Concerned Citizens meets with BKL, Inc. and County Commissioner Bob Jackson to discuss issues surrounding study of courthouse renovation or new construction

Top Photo: Retired Architect Frank Lorenzo with District One County Commissioner Bob Jackson Middle Photo: Bill Knowles of BKL, Inc. and Carol Crews Bottom Photo: Kim Reeve of BKL, Inc., Frederick Ford Drummond and Kathy Swan Photos and Story by Roseanne Sutton Recently, a…