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The WahZhaZhi Youth Council is a council that motivates, trains, and empowers Osage youth to learn about the value of Osage government, history, culture and language in order to serve in their local communities, as well as represent the Osage Nation at the national level.... MORE
Ranch is 43,000 acres currently used for bison ranching and conservation  PAWHUSKA, Okla. (January 29, 2016)—Bison enjoy a sunny winter morning on conservation lands near Pawhuska. By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton PAWHUSKA, Okla. (January 29, 2016)—The Office of the Chiefs has... MORE
OSAGE MINERALS COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND, 2015 10:00 A.M. OSAGE COUNCIL CHAMBERS PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA 1.  Call to order – Welcome by Chairman Waller       2. Opening prayer 3. Roll call 4. Access Permits 5. Resolution... MORE
William Samuel Fletcher says donations are in honor of seven recently deceased Osages (L-R) Congressman Otto Hamilton, Principal Chief Standing Bear, William S. Fletcher, Congressman RJ Walker, Assistant Principal Chief Raymond Red Corn By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON... MORE
James Weigant, from the Fronkier family, has a Masters in Public Administration By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications PAWHUSKA, Okla. (January 19, 2016)—Professional, young and research driven, are just a few words that describe James Weigant, Osage, who was recently... MORE
The 4th Osage Nation Congress has recessed until Wednesday, January 27th, 10 A.M.  All items on the Proclamation have been addressed.  At that time, both live audio and video will be available at https://www.osagenation-nsn.gov/multimedia/live-media.  For more Session/Committee... MORE
Pawhuska, OK (1/12/2016) – The Osage Nation Museum (ONM) announces an open call for Osage Artists to submit work for exhibition consideration at the Museum.  The Osage Nation Museum accepts submissions for art in any media.  Artists may propose specific works or provide work... MORE
PAWHUSKA, Okla. (January 15, 2016) – Left to right, Sarah Derryberry, Joe Freeman, Candy Thomas, Penny Bradford, Christopher Standing Bear, Clark Batson, Jodie Revard, Lynette Miles, and Amanda Buffalohead. From the Office of Self-Governance, Planning and Grants Management and... MORE
In the following letter dated January 15, 2016, to Jeannine Hale, Deputy Superintendent of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Executive Branch of the Osage Nation gave comments regarding the Osage County Oil and Gas Draft Environmental Impact Statement. MORE

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