The Bigheart Times photographer, Rachel Anne Seymour, pulled her favorite and best photographs from the year. Take a look back. Next week The Times will run the-year-in-review, featuring all the major news headlines from the year. By Rachel Anne Seymour
oth the boys and girls Barnsdall varsity teams fell to Sperry. The girls lost 52-49 and the boy fell 72-29. The Panthers’ next game is Friday, Jan. 3 against the Woodland Tigers in Barnsdall. There will be no high school basketball games Friday, Jan. 27, while students are on Christmas break. By Rachel Anne Seymour
Winter Storm Cleon caused several schools throughout Osage County to cancel classes Friday. Another dusting of snow Sunday and Monday night caused more cancellations. On Tuesday, all Osage County Schools were closed. Skiatook called off it’s Friday Christmas Parade, but Barnsdall and Pawhuska carried on. Below are photographs from Pawhuska’s snow day on Friday and […]
It was a rough go for most of the local football teams during the first round of the state playoff tournaments. Although each of the county teams qualified for the tournament, only one continued its season after Friday night’s games. The Hominy Bucks Class A football team was the only Osage County team to win […]
The Barnsdall Elementary School sang songs and presented the flags during the Monday morning Veterans Day assembly. The junior high and high school also attended the event, along with local residents and veterans. The assembly even brought tears to one first grader’s eyes. LaRae Clark, a reading tutor at the school, held her son Brodie […]
Many of the area teams had their last regular game of the season. Barnsdall defeated Depew, 36-14. Pawhuska fell to Adair, 39-6. Hominy took down Drumright, 41-6, and Skiatook also won, beating Bishop Kelley 34-16. By Rachel Anne Seymour
The 2013 annual bison roundup on the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve marked 20 years of bison on the Nature Conservancy’s preserve. Read more about this year’s roundup. By Rachel Anne Seymour
The third and fourth grade Pawhuska Huskies pee-wee football team defeated the Hominy Bucks in the Iron Man Association tackle football championship in Pawhuska on Saturday. The fifth and sixth grade Huskies also won their game, remaining undefeated after taking down the Barnsdall Panthers. The Pawnee Black Bears’ first and second grade team defeated Woodland […]
The Pawhuska Huskies burned past the Chelsea Dragons during the Friday night homecoming game in Pawhuska. The Huskies won, 26-6.
The Barnsdall Panthers took a beating on their home field against the Morrison Wildcats on Friday night. The Panthers fell 40-8, scoring in the final quarter.
Children of all ages packed into the Pawhuska Elks Lodge for the annual Halloween Inc. community event Thursday night. Costume Contest Winners 1. Funniest- Will Cass (clown) 2. Scariest- Tia Walker (pirate) 3. Most original- Gentri Yates (scarecrow) 4-6 yr old winners 1. Funniest- Tyler Ross (Mario) 2. Scariest- Kaiden (pirate) 3. Most original- Mason […]
The Barnsdall Panther fifth and sixth grade football team demolished Pawnee Black Bears in a 36-0 shutout Saturday in Barnsdall. The Panthers will not have practice on Monday, but travel to Caney Valley to play Tuesday. By Rachel Anne Seymour
The Hominy Bucks and Pawhuska Huskies both lost during their home games Friday night. Hominy lost 17-8 to Kiefer, and Pawhuska fell 31-23 to Nowata. The Skiatook Bulldogs traveled to Shawnee where they were hammered 42-7. The Woodland Cougars smashed Oaks Mission 22-0, while the Barnsdall Panthers pushed past Drumright 34-20. Below are photographs from […]
The 2013 National Indian Taco Championship came through downtown Pawhuska on Saturday afternoon with not only plenty of food but dancing, little train rides and pony rides as well. The 2013 NITC winners First place: Ramona Horsechief Second place: Debra Lookout Third place: Jonna Beartrack People’s Choice: Osage Sisters (No. 3) By Rachel Anne Seymour
The Barnsdall Panther football team was down 14-6 against the Yale at the end of the first half Friday night in Barnsdall. When it was all said and done, the Panthers came back for a 36-20 win, leaving them with a 3-2 record. Next week Barnsdall travels to Drumright for a 7:30 p.m. game. By Rachel […]
The Barnsdall Panthers and Woodland Cougars came full circle Friday afternoon. The two faced off against one another at the start of the Class A Regional Tournament in Fairfax Thursday, ending in a Barnsdall 7-2 win. Woodland worked its way back into the championship game by Friday, but wasn’t able to take down the Panthers, […]
The Hominy Bucks defeated the Barnsdall Panthers, 28-14, during the Bucks’ homecoming game Friday night. Photos by Rachel Anne Seymour Homecoming Court Freshman Attendant: Ashlee Jones; Escorts: Seniors Alex Ducker and Edwin Mendez Sophomore Attendant: Cailey Edwards; Escorts: Seniors Anthony Kemble and Wyatt Ray Junior Attendant: Erin Hartman; Escort; Senior David Brunner Senior Attendant: Cassidy Higgin; […]
When photographing a big event, make sure to keep your eye on the main players, but on those surrounding them. Bigheart Times photographer Rachel Anne Seymour took this photograph during the Barnsdall High School Homecoming ceremony. Flower girl Lainey Tarwater is not impressed with Kissing Captain Caleb Smith’s moves on Queen Cassidy Kelley. If you […]
Hominy’s softball team competed against Nowata at home Monday evening. Nowata defeated the local team 9-3.
Skiatook kicked off its Pioneer Day celebration with a parade down W Rogers Blvd. on Saturday morning. Rides, vendors, a dunk tank and more are set up in the city’s central park all day today. There will be a Skiatook Roundup Club rodeo tonight at 8 p.m.
The Barnsdall Panthers took on a tough opponent – the Pawnee Black Bears – during their Friday night homecoming game. Unable to put any points on the board, the Panthers fell 37-0. It was the team’s first loss of the year, placing them at 2-1. The homecoming ceremony was held before the game and the […]
The Pawhuska Huskies Elementary School football teams took on the Woodland Cougars in Pawhuska on Saturday, Sept. 14. The Pawhuska third and fourth grade combination team beat Woodland. By Rachel Anne Seymour