The much anticipated ‘To the Wonder’ film is set for released Nov. 8. Much of the film was shot in Pawhuska, Bartlesville and Surrounding areas. The Terrance Malick movie features Ben Afflect and Javier Bardem. Watch the behind the scenes footage and the making of ‘To the Wonder’ below. Another major Hollywood film, ‘August: Osage [...]
Part of the movie ‘Army of Frankensteins’ was filmed at the local Pawhuska Constantine Center Theater on Saturday. Read more about the film and what locals are in it.
Terrance Malick’s ‘To The Wonder,’ which was filmed in Pawhuska and Bartlesville is expected to be released April 13, 2013. Malick also filmed ‘Tree of Life’ and ‘A Thin Red Line.’
Allie Baker, 11, of Barnsdall, performed the songs with her big voice. Listen to her belt out one Christmas song.
Several locals caught this video on one of the locals channels where the anchor mispronounced Osage County when talking up the movie August: Osage County, which is currently being filmed around Pawhuska. Read more about the film on our webite.
Dive into the Pawhuska pool with several of the Boys and Girls Club students. Their last pool play day was Thursday, and the Bigheart Times went along with them to capture some underwater video and photos.
We strapped a GoPro camera to several competitors. Ride along with them in the videos below. Also, check out the photo gallery from Friday and Sunday at the Cavalcade.
Carl Gotcher, of Ramona, turned 90 years old Saturday and celebrated by going skydiving in Skiatook that morning. More than 50 family members gathered at Skydive Airtight to watch him put his plan into action. Read the whole story. Video by Skydive Airtight.
We strapped a GoPro camera to the head of a volunteer fire fighter in Avant as they set off fireworks for the community. Check out the videos below and our online photo gallery.
Noodler Adam Chin let the Bigheart Times strap a GoPro camera to him as he dived for catfish during the Hulah Lake Noodling Tournament near Wah-sha-she State Park Saturday. See on the online photo gallery.
Go behind the scenes of Bigheart Day and ride along in the sack races and hula-hoop contests. The kiddie contests were held next to Barnsdall City Hall after the Saturday morning parade down Main Street.
Ride along with photographer Rachel Anne Seymour as she photographs the end of the Barnsdall High School Graduation. Read the story and see the photographs.
Pawhuska Osage ameturer boxer Ben Cottingham will head Colorado in late February for the first qualifying tournament of this year’s Summer Olympics. He is one fight away from being the Oklahoma State Champion. Below are several videos of Cottingham (red headgear) fighting in the Kansas-Oklahoma Regional Golden Gloves finals at the Memorial Hall in Hutchinson, Kan., March 27, 2010. [...]
ESPN sports announcer Kirk Herbstreit keeps his cool, even though his eyes give away he just felt the M5.6 Oklahoma earthquake Saturday night after the OSU game in Stillwater. Oklahoma made national news after this quake struck. It was the largest earthquake in Oklahoma’s modern history according to the United States Geological Survey. Read more about [...]
The second annual Oklahoma Championship Wagon Races kicked off in Skiatook. You can read about it here or watch the videos below. Justin Patrick wins the Outlaw Race. Click on the image to start or stop the video. See it full screen here. Larry Morphew in the Large Mule Race. Click on the image to [...]
Thousands braved the Tulsa Warrior Dash this past weekend, several from Osage County. Check out the video below to see some of what they might have been through and pick up this week’s Bigheart Times for personal stories from the run. If you would like to share your photos or videos from the event you [...]
Remember the tornado that swept by Pawhuska, Okla., on May 24? Well we found video footage of it!
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