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FLYER and CALENDAR EVENT Pawhuska, Okla. (2/16/2018) – The Osage Nation Museum (ONM) and Osage Teaching Artist Addie Roanhorse will be conducting a Monotype Printmaking Workshop in conjunction with the Traditional Values/Contemporary Vision: Works by Gina Gray exhibition on... MORE
Second go-around provides better methods for Osage Education team and more students from Osage County schools By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications Pawhuska, Okla., (Friday, February 16, 2018)— More than two hundred students attended the Second Annual Osage Nation... MORE
February 6, 2018 - For Immediate Release Contact: Hallie Winter, Curator | 918-287-5222 | hwinter@osagenation-nsn.gov Pawhuska, Okla. (2/01/2018) – The Osage Nation Museum (ONM) and Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center will be conducting a Community Sharing Workshop on... MORE
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Veteran's Memorial Commission gathering names of Osage veterans for Memorial scheduled to begin construction later this year By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications Pawhuska, Okla., (Friday, January 26, 2018)— Last week, the Osage Nation launched an online registration... MORE
OSAGE MINERALS COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MONDAY JANUARY 29th, 2018 10:00 A.M. OSAGE COUNCIL CHAMBERS PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA   Agenda: Call to order – Welcome by Chairman Waller       Opening prayer Roll call EXECUTIVE Article Regarding Directors... MORE
The Judicial Branch/Clerk’s Office will be closed Wednesday, 1/24/18, and will resume normal business hours Thursday, 1/25/18.  In case of emergency, please email jmredeagle@osagenation-nsn.gov.   MORE
By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications Pawhuska, Okla., (Monday, January 22, 2018)— Hot on the heels of a successful first-time science fair, the Osage Nation is preparing for another round of science fair fun with youth from several Osage County public schools. The... MORE
Contact: Ron Shaw, MD, CEO, CMO Wah-Zha-Zhi Health Center 918/287-9300   Release – January 21, 2018 Osage Nation, Wah-Zha-Zhi Health Center - The Wazahzhi Health Clinic will continue offer full services to our patients during the “government shutdown”. Clinic management has... MORE
By Shannon Shaw Duty, Osage News Date: May 12, 2015 During World War I and after, Native American soldiers could not be buried in national cemeteries, even though they had served in the U.S. military. Native Americans didn’t become U.S. citizens until 1924. In an effort to... MORE
By Shannon Shaw Duty, Osage News Date: April 21, 2015 The Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center is working on an Osage Veterans project, currently dubbed the “Wall of Heroes.” “What are trying to obtain information on every Osage member that served in the military,” said Harrison Hudgins... MORE

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