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Osage Nation members may apply for the Osage Nation Health Limited Benefit.  This is a contractual service through Health Smart, formerly known as Mutual Assurance Administrators, which began in 2010.  This is available nation-wide to any Osage individual who has a “membership... MORE
Palace of the Osage Grocery in Fairfax not only is getting a new lifeline, but a new name as well.  When the new business opens it will be Fairfax Venture Foods. Lane Moore is the president of ALLS Groceries Inc., a family-operated business, and has personally been in the... MORE
If one does a search on the internet for Osage Indians, the results often time focus on the discovery of oil.  This is largely due to when the Osages purchased their reservation in the late 19th-Century, present-day Osage County, Oklahoma.  Oil production was going to become a... MORE
Cultural Center Class Schedule   Open Studio It’s always creative time in the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center Open Studio! Drop in anytime between 10am-2pm, Monday and Wednesdays at the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center Open Studio, where past and present students are welcome... MORE
Rosary at Indian Chapel at 7:00pm On Tuesday, January 6, 2015 at Indian Camp 181 Wakon Iron Blvd, Pawhuska OK   Indian Service at Indian Chapel at 8:00am On Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at Indian Camp, Followed by service at 10:00am Immaculate Conception Catholic Church 1314... MORE
By Executive Proclamation, the 4th Osage Nation Congress has been called to their 6th Special Session on January 14th, 2015, at 10 A.M., in the Congressional Chambers. Both live audio and video will be available on the live media page. Links for Session information will be... MORE
The WAHZHAZHI Cultural Center is set to kick-off their spring classes.  The classes will include instruction on Sewing 101, Finger Weaving, Tubular Peyote, Peyote Medallion, Loom Beading, Osage-style Moccasins, Shawl making, and Men & Ladies Shirt making.  The classes have... MORE
     When World War I broke out there was a great fear across the U.S. that there would not be enough domestic oil produced to support the U.S. economy as well as the war effort.  In 1917 in response to this overwhelming fear, Principle Chief Fred Lookout along with the help of... MORE
The second recipient of the Chief’s Award of Excellence was Penny Gann-Bradford of the Office of Strategic Planning & Grants Management.  This was awarded for the work she did in organizing a public information meeting for the Protect Osage Coalition on November 17th. Penny... MORE
When Native tribes were separated through various government actions such as boarding schools or land allotment, the purpose was to break the identity of the Native people. Unfortunately this proved to be a somewhat successful tactic.  For the Osages, the communities that once... MORE