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Exclusive: BTK Serial Killer Writes FOX23 News About Osage County Cold Case
TULSA, Okla. − The BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) Serial Killer Dennis Rader wrote FOX23 News to share his feelings and thoughts on being the newly named suspect in a 1976 cold case out of Pawhuska in Osage County. Rader sent a packet to FOX23's Rick Maranon about his feelings on the investigation, being named a suspect, what he knows about the case, his interactions with Osage County Sheriff Eddie Virden, and even explained why the pantyhose found buried on the site of his former Park City, Kansas home is not what it is being made out to be. He also submitted a...
Déjà Vu? Legal saga of Osage County windfarm continues
The biggest question before federal judge Jennifer Choe-Groves last week was the issue of whether Osage Wind LLC was continuing to trespass on the Osage Mineral Estate. The plaintiffs in the case, the federal government as the trustee, say unequivocally yes. The rock Osage Wind pulled from the ground through...
Free Dump Day for Osage Co Taking Place This Weekend
Osage County is holding its fall dump day this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and there will be several places across the county to drop off any of your unwanted items. This is something the Board of Osage County Commissioners put together twice a year and for any items that you wish to dispose of, take them to a county shop in your district. District Two Commissioner Steve Talburt reminds the public they will be partnering with the City of Skiatook once again.
OK sand springs's Most Loveable Dogs Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to sand springs..
Osage County Sheriff's Office Won't Be in TV Series
A few weeks ago, the Board of Osage County Commissioners had a proposal in front of them that would have allowed for the Osage County Sheriff's Office to be a part of a television series called, “The Force.” At the time, board members wanted to table those talks to get more information and District Three Commissioner Charlie Cartwright wanted to make sure this wasn't being done purely as a political stunt.
Oklahoma Construction Contractor Fined For 2019 St. Joseph Worker Fatality
An Oklahoma construction contractor will pay six figures in criminal and civil penalties for reportedly ignoring federal safety regulations, resulting in a 2019 Saint Joseph worker fatality. The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says Skinner Tank Co. entered into a deferred prosecution agreement and...
Sand Springs man and kidney transplant recipient awaiting second needed transplant 12 years later
TULSA, Okla. — The first kidney transplant that Drew Durham received was at St. John nearly 12 years ago.
National cold case task force to help with 1976 disappearance of Oklahoma girl
OSAGE COUNTY, Okla. — A national cold case task force was formed to help with the 1976 disappearance of an Oklahoma girl. The Osage County Sheriff's Office formed the National Cold Case Task Force to help investigate the Cynthia Kinney cold case out of Pawhuska. The task force hopes to use the expertise and resources of agencies from Oklahoma, Kansas, and others.
Former D.A. Bill Hall Talks Mullendore Murder on COMMUNITY CONNECTION
On the night of September 26, 1970 E.C. Mullendore III was beaten and shot between the eyes in the den of his home on the ranch. His bodyguard/assistant Damon "Chub" Anderson was shot in the shoulder. Anderson claimed that he been upstairs drawing a bath when he heard a shot....
Law Enforcement Faith Walk Coming Up
The Osage Nation Police Department will be partnering with other local law enforcement agencies for the National Faith and Blue Weekend on Sunday, October 8th. At 1:30 p.m. on that Sunday, the public is invited to the Osage Nation Heritage Trails where the community will hear a short statement from the Osage Nation Police Department, followed by a community prayer walk to support law enforcement.
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Friday night was supposed to be a bye week for the Barnsdall Panthers, but after unforeseen circumstances their off week occurred last week and they have scheduled a game with Wetumka for Friday. Coach Kylee Sweeney says they were able to take the last two weeks to get healthy and highlights how the two Panther quarterbacks have done in getting the Panthers off to an undefeated start.
Resource forum to address overdose issues
The Osage County Health Department and GRAND Mental Health are sponsors of a community resource forum scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3 at the Pawhuska Community Center on Lynn Avenue. Other organizations interested in participating may contact the Osage County Health Department at 918-287-3740. Scott Haywood,...
ON Financial Assistance Application Program Opening Soon
Those within the Osage Nation who are looking for school assistance can begin applying next week. The application process will be open through May. Technology assistance, school supplies and clothing are among the things that will be available for those who are applying. Osage students through twelfth grade are eligible...
It’s Time to See the Bison
Everyone is thinking about pumpkin season and Halloween costumes, but my family and I are also thinking about bison. Now that the weather is finally cooler, it is the perfect time for a drive to the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Pawhuska. Only slightly over an hour and a half from Tulsa, it makes a perfect, memorable day trip. Its official name is Joseph H. Williams Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, and it covers a whopping 39,650 acres. Free-ranging bison are the major attraction, and they enjoy milder weather in the spring and fall, making it more common to see them moving about.
Gathering at the Roc Car Show Coming in October
The Gathering at the Roc Car Show returns to Osage County in October. There will be several classic cars roaming the the area throughout the weekend for the annual show and Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce Director Mike McCartney said the citizens of Pawhuska will have a chance to get a close up glimpse of the action.
After He Lost His Dad's Drug Store and Shot Himself in the Foot, Harry Became a Success
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Carter inducted into American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame
George Robert “G.R.” Carter Jr. was already famous among Quarter Horse people, but his induction earlier this month into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame was very special for him. “It makes me feel like my career was worthy,” Carter said a few days ago by telephone....
Mystery of Turley, Oklahoma: 3 Bodies Found After 2 Years
On October 22, 2021, DeWayne Selby and Jack Grimes were preparing to attend a horse show in Dallas, Texas. They worked in the horse breeding and training business, and horses were their passion.
20-year-old dies after Payne County motorcycle crash
A 20-year-old died after crashing a motorcycle Saturday morning in Payne County. Open the video player above for more top headlines. Paydyn Lanious of Jennings departed a roadway near Lone Chimney and Ripley roads, just one mile east of Glencoe, before striking a tree. He was then thrown from the motorcycle into a tree, according to OHP.
October Is a Great Time to Visit Osage County Before Seeing “Killers of the Flower Moon”
Highly anticipated film Killers of the Flower Moon is scheduled for release on October 20, 2023, and early reviews are raving about Martin Scorsese’s film adaptation of the book by David Gann. The movie unravels the enigma behind the Osage murders of the 1920s, shedding light on a grand conspiracy aimed at exploiting the oil-rich land owned by Native Americans. This gripping narrative not only delves into the Osage murders but also explores their connection to the birth of the FBI.