A post on the City of Pawhuska Facebook Page states that the water crew has fixed a water line break that occurred earlier today. Anybody that lost water or had lower pressure than normal should have water pressure back to full strength at this time.
The Osage Nation Education Department is hosting the ninth annual Christmas Candy Structure Competition. You are encouraged to build your candy structure and send a photo of the finished structure to the Education Department.
Pictures must be submitted by the end of the year and a winner will be announced on January 8th, 2024. If interested in participating, call the Osage Nation Education Department at 918-287-5300.
The Pawhuska Public Schools Christmas Concert is set to take place on Tuesday, December 12th. The Pawhuska junior high and high school bands are set to perform Christmas classics.
The concert will take place at 7 p.m. at the Pawhuska Elementary Cafeteria and is free for the public to attend.
Taking place later tonight at Oklahoma Union School will be the second annual ag mechanics showdown. For just $8 you can support the Oklahoma Union FFA program, get a great meal and see some great entertainment as well.
There will be a silent auction that closes at 7:30 p.m. Items up for grabs at the silent auction include picnic tables, a deer stand, gates, panels and more.
Oklahoma Senator James Lankford has been clear that he, along with his Republican colleagues will not support a national security package that doesn't include funding for the southern border.
Lankford is the leading Republican on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Subcommittee and Lankford recently had this to say regarding his stance on the southern border crisis.
Lankford has long believed that throwing more money at the problem at the US.-Mexico border is not the solution.
A local VFW post in Skiatook will be distributing toys to children this Christmas and they are accepting donations this Friday. If interested, bring a toy to Mom's Bargains and Bites at 215 E. Rogers Street in Skiatook from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This is the second annual Christmas toy drive the VFW post has done and they will hand out the gifts to local children across the community later in December.
The Pawhuska Christmas Parade is set to take place on Saturday evening in downtown Pawhuska. With the exception of a bit of a chill in the air, conditions are expected to be great all day long. Reba Bueno with the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce encourages everyone to come hang out all day for what is sure to be a full day of shopping.
This year's theme is Your Favorite Christmas Song and long-time Postmaster at the Pawhuska Post Office, Butch Reynolds will be this year's grand marshal. You can watch this year's Christmas Parade on KPGMTV.com.
The Board of Osage County Commissioners will convene for a regularly scheduled meeting at the fairgrounds on Monday morning.
On Monday, there will be discussion brought forward from Tammie Pollock to have special county commissioners meeting either in the evenings or on the weekend. There will also be discussion to have a rental for temporary storage space for the courthouse annex project.
The Board will look to determine the source of the payment to Pay Kevin Harrison to remove the storage building from its current location and also Southwest Solutions Group to demolish and prepare buildings for removal.
Monday’s meeting begins at 10 a.m. for those interested in attending.
The 2023 Christmas Parade in downtown Pawhuska is only a day away and things are shaping up for yet another great showing this year. Cody and Lauren Garnett will be this year's emcees once again and long-time Pawhuska Postmaster Butch Reynolds will be the grand marshal.
Each year, the Chamber of Commerce picks a different theme for the parade and Reba Bueno with the Chamber tells us what this year's theme is.
Saturday's parade starts at 5:30 p.m. and can be heard on 100.1 KYFM. You can also watch the parade on KPGMTV.com.
Bartlesville's Employee Advisory Committee has announced its November Employee of the Month. Library Assistant Harley Turner received the recognition after Library Director Shellie McGill nominated Turner. Here is what McGill had to say about Turner's work ethic:
"He jumped right in and learned everything he could about the library, our operation and how to treat our patrons well."
Turner will get $25 in Chamber bucks, eight hours of vacation time and a gift card.
(Photo Courtesy of City of Bartlesville.)