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If you want to try something new, see what you can find in Research & Discovery.

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We have so much new stuff for you. Come by and see what we have or go virtual. 

Hours

Monday - Wed 10 am - 6 pm
Thursday: 1 pm - 6 pm
Friday: 10 am - 6 pm
Saturday : 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday: Closed

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Info & Research

OK Dept of Library's research and discovery.  Find articles, magazines, health info, hobby & craft, and much more for all ages.

eBooks

Pawhuska Public Library is a part of the OK Virtual Library. So you can download eBooks from a huge collection from anywhere. New books, audios, and even videos are added every day! All you need is library card.

A New Look for our Website

All your favorite resources and info are still here. If you can't find what you're looking for, please ask!

 

Learning Tools

Here is a list of educational websites that will help you learn useful things or improve your technology skills.

 

News Sources

Look up news sources through News Bank from Oklahoma, surrounding states, and around the world.

Find current and past Pawhuska Capital-Journal news back to 2004.

Pawhuska Public Library Recent Additions

World News Available at Pawhuska Public Library

Oct 4, 2018
world news online

Look up news sources from Oklahoma, surrounding states, and around the world. For Oklahoma state capitol watchers and OU Sooner fans, The Oklahoman newspaper is included. Interested in surrounding states? Read the Wichita Eagle or the Dallas Morning News. Or, search the London Times for news abroad. Many more sources… Continue Reading World News Available at Pawhuska Public Library

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Genealogy Kick Off Week

Oct 4, 2018
family tree

Genealogy will kick off during the week of October 22 – 26 at Pawhuska Public Library. Visit the library’s re-organized genealogy room. How do you get started in genealogy? With yourself! Write down everything about you – your full name, parents’ names, and other information. Then go one generation back… Continue Reading Genealogy Kick Off Week

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