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American Indian Style Show – Part I

By Roseanne McKee Republished with permission of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise “There’s no museum in the world that has all the Indian clothes. I have 50. The collection is stored in Tulsa and is insured,” said Osage elder Margaret Bird as she prepared her models…

December is a great time to visit regional historic homes

By: Roseanne McKee Republished with permission of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise December is a wonderful time to see area historic homes, and we have three impressive ones having special open houses and tour times for the Christmas season. The Frank Phillips Home at 1107 Cherokee…

Grandma Pawhuska

By Roseanne McKee Republished with permission of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise Hominy resident Carl Blue’s family is full of interesting characters and in this column, I’ll introduce you to several of them. The first is Virgie Elizabeth Stewart, Blue’s grandmother, who lived in the historic…

Groundbreaking for Osage Veterans Park set for 9 a.m. on June 6th

Pawhuska, Okla., (Friday, June 1, 2018) By: Geneva Horsechief-Hamilton, ON Communications The Osage Nation has been developing plans for a memorial to honor Osage U.S. military veterans since 2011. Those plans will be another huge step closer to becoming a reality when builders break…

Nutcracker Ballet coming to Pawhuska this Christmas Season

By: Roseanne McKee The Dance Maker Performing Arts Academy will host an elegant evening of hor d’oeuvres and dessert at 7 p.m. on Oct. 21, at the Elks Lodge in Pawhuska to preview plans to produce the Nutcracker Ballet at Pawhuska’s Constantine Theatre on…

Skiatook Arts Center to hold exhibit and sale benefitting Osage Ballet

June 12 – 30, the Skiatook Arts Center will present an art exhibition and sale featuring the work of many artists, including, Loren Pahsetopah, Carolyn Mock, Ed Smith, W. Begay, Cha’ Tullis, Ed Smith, and Daniel Ramirez with proceeds benefitting the Osage Ballet. The…

Bartlesville Indian Women’s Club holds 65th Wild Onion Dinner Native American Academic Scholarship Fundraiser

By: Roseanne McKee The Bartlesville Indian Women’s Club (BIWC) held its 65th Wild Onion Dinner on Sat., March 11, at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Dewey, Okla. The inter-tribal group of ladies served wild onions and eggs, ham, hominy, beans, fry bread and cobbler…

The Life of Sally Carroll, a Tribute

By: Roseanne McKee March 22, 2017 Sally Carroll, who owned and managed Sally’s Sandwich Shop at 614 S. Kihekah Ave. for 65 years, died last week at the age of 100. Over the years, I’ve spent many hours talking to Sally Carroll about her…

Osage Nation makes historic switch from BIA land management to Osage land management

. Key BIA personnel retained by Osage Nation equals consistency and experience for current Osage landowners and Osage land lessees By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications PAWHUSKA, Okla. (December 13, 2016) –On Thursday, December 1, the Osage Nation under the Osage Nation Self- Governance program,…

Native American Pop art exhibit comes to Pawhuska Nov. 5 – Dec. 31

‘Not your grandma’s Native American Art’, the ‘Native Pop’ art show and sale features the work of several contemporary artists working in the ‘pop’ genre. The show opened in Oklahoma City, then traveled to Santa Fe to the POP Gallery. ‘Native Pop’ opens in…

Tulsa Rocketry Club to hold model Rocket Launch in Pawhuska Sept. 24-25

Article by Green Country Marketing Assn. High Frontier 13 Tulsa Rocketry and the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce High Frontier 13, an amateur rocket launch, which will take place at the Pawhuska Municipal Airport on Saturday and Sunday, September 24-25. For…

Pawhuska Hosts Annual Indian Taco Championship Oct. 1

Article by Jeanette Swindell, Public Relations Consultant, Green Country Marketing Assn. Autumn may seem a long way off, but soon it will be upon us, offering up cool breezes for the 12th annual National Indian Taco Championship on October 1. With the event come…