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In 1978 Camille Pangburn was elected to the 25th Osage Tribal Council and became the first woman ever elected to an office of the Osage Tribe.  She went on to be elected to the tribal council a total of 7 terms, all of which were consecutive.  On April 20, 2003, after almost 25... MORE
We care what you think, we just don't know what you think. Yet.
The Osage Nation is embarking on an unprecedented effort to learn what you think about our performance as a government, and about needs in our communities. Different methods can be used to gather your opinions and find out about your needs. The most efficient... MORE
HEAT EXHAUSTION SYMPTOMS Cramps and muscle aches                          Drenching sweats / cool clammy skin Fatigue                                                              Slowed or weakened heart rate Nausea                                                            ... MORE
Pawhuska, OK - (August 13, 2014) - The Boys & Girls Club of the Osage Nation will be open to membership to all children residing in the communities of Pawhuska, Hominy, and Fairfax with a priority based on Osage Preference.  The funds used for the Boys & Girls Club will... MORE
The United States officially entered into World War I on April 6, 1917.  At that time enrolled members of the Osage Tribe were not considered citizens of the U.S., therefore were not subject to the selective service for the armed forces.  However that did not stop many Osages... MORE
Due to network issues, phone lines at the Education Department have been unavailable for most of Thursday, July 17, and Friday, July 18, 2014. Due to this inconvenience, the Osage Nation scholarship application first deadline has been extended by two days for fall semester... MORE
Ban of tobacco on school property will take effect at start of the 2014-15 school year   McCord School, an Osage County school located just east of Ponca City, will prohibit use of all tobacco products on school property and at all school activities – whether on... MORE
By: Donna Robbins   Osage Nation summer youth workers from Hominy, Pawhuska, Skiatook and Fairfax participated in the Fourth Annual Native American Leadership Day at Northern Oklahoma College.   Eight tribes, primarily from the North Central Oklahoma area... MORE
Osage Minerals Council office and staff respectfully welcomes the 3rd Osage Minerals Council; Andrew Yates, Cynthia Boone, Talee RedCorn, Joseph Cheshewalla, Galen Crum, Kathryn RedCorn, Everett Waller, and Stephanie Erwin. MORE
Osage Nation Offices will be closed on Friday, July 4, 2014, in observance of Independence Day. They will reopen on Monday, July 7, 2014. Enjoy your weekend and be safe! MORE

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