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NEWS RELEASE The Cooperative Effort to Complete and Dedicate Mud Creek Bridge Osage Nation, Pawhuska OK—October 10—The Osage Nation and Osage County District 1, announced a public bridge opening ceremony for the new bridge over Mud Creek on LB May Drive in Pawhuska.  The event... MORE
NEWS RELEASE LaVina Clark nominated for Domestic Violence Advocate for 2014 Osage Nation, Pawhuska, OK – October 8, 2014 – LaVina Spotted Bear Clark, who has worked the past five years in the domestic violence field with the Osage Nation Counseling Center, was recently honored... MORE
This summer a group of energetic individuals with Osage Nation Communities of Excellence (COE) and Ta-Wa AmeriCorps took on the endeavor to setup a community garden along Bird Creek in Pawhuska. Six acres located at 1st and Prudom had been previously utilized by AmeriCorps... MORE
The Osage Nation awarded the 2014 Targeted Services Support Grant, Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at the Pawhuska Business Center, in Pawhuska, OK, to grant recipients who were in attendance. Osage Nation Congress enacted legislation (ONCA 13-72) in April 2014, which... MORE
This is not just a mantra the Osage Nation Communities of Excellence says, but they put it to practice as well.  Thursday evening, October 2nd, they held the annual Healthy Harvest Dinner and award ceremony.  At least 87 or more were in attendance for a night of music,... MORE
The Circle Cinema Theater located at 10 South Lewis in Tulsa will be showing the movie "Playground of the Native Son" for one-week in October.  The first vewing per the Circle's calendar is Friday, October 10th at 7:30 pm with a meet and greet/question and answer with the cast... MORE
Fred Lookout was the longest serving elected chief in the history of the Osage Nation.  Prior to serving as chief he was elected as the Assistant Principle Chief in 1908 but did not run for re-elections in 1910.  His first term as chief was in 1913 when he was appointed by U.S.... MORE
(Courtesy of Northern Oklahoma College)TONKAWA, Okla. – “Heights of Education” saw 160 youngsters from eight area tribes gathered on the Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa campus for the fourth annual Native American Youth Leadership Day Wearing color-coded T-shirts indicating... MORE
The Osage Nation Communities of Excellence and the Osage County Community Partnership Board are hosting a complementary dinner to celebrate the good, and highlight local health champions and advocates, while encouraging all community leadership to make it their business for... MORE
Senior Services is preparing for their big annual trip with the elders to the Tulsa State Fair on Friday, October 3rd. This annual event is for Native American elders who are 55 years or older.  They must have a CDIB or tribal membership card (spouses are also eligible). ... MORE

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