Category Archives: 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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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