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It can probably be said that everyone has experienced some type of hardship in his or her life, and certainly has known a family member or friend who has. Circumstances, often times, are beyond our control. Crisis Assistance (CA) may be an option to explore. The policy of the... MORE
“You’re busy, you’re stressed, it’s chilly ... so why not take a break from your fitness program until the New Year?”  It’s certainly a good excuse and one many will use especially as the holiday season approaches.  Between jobs, school, family responsibilities, and tons of... MORE
Have a Plan: •Discuss with your family what to do if a winter storm watch or warning is issued. •Insure your family knows meeting places and phone numbers of other family members in case they are separated when a winter storm hits. •Know what to do if basic... MORE
It was with great sadness the Osage Nation learned of the passing of J. R. Ricketts, on Saturday, September 27th; the director and long-time employee for the CDIB/Membership Department.  It is unfortunate he was unable to see his plans for his department reach fruition.  In July... MORE
The National Weather Service forecasted a “Polar Invasion”, which arrived with a roar in Oklahoma on Monday night, November 10. “Winter Survival” tips from Bobby Tallchief, Emergency Management Director for the Osage Nation. Ensure all smoke and... MORE
In April of 1917, the United States entered the World War.  Native Americans enlisted and from the Wah-Zha-Zhi Ni-Kah-Zhi (Osage Nation) nearly two hundred men joined up for the fight.  What was unique about those first Native Americans, who volunteered to serve in World War I,... MORE
Minerals Council meetings for the month of December are scheduled for the Friday, Dec. 12, and Wednesday, Dec. 17. Meetings start at 10 a.m. and these are normally held at the Chamber in the Administration Building. Meetings are open to the public, except during Executive... MORE
On November 18, Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear issued a Proclamation calling the 4th Osage Nation Congress into its Fifth Special Session at Pawhuska, OK, in the legislative chambers on Monday, November 24, 2014, 10:00 a.m., to consider the following subjects: Trial and... MORE
The Reign of Terror was a frightful time for the Osage people.  It began in the early 1920s, a time that should have been a prosperous one.  Between 1920 and 1925 there were more than 60 mysterious or unsolved murders in Osage County, all dealing with headright holding Osages. ... MORE
Tuesday evening, October 28th at the Skiatook Casino, the Osage Housing Department hosted a community meeting to present to the public the newest housing division being built there. Blue Star Studio is an Osage-owned company that “believes in the power of place that comes from a... MORE

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