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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM), a national campaign that creates awareness about the high rate of U.S. teens (one out of every three) who are impacted by physical, verbal, sexual and emotional abuse every year. The Osage Nation Family Violence Program (... MORE
OSAGE MINERALS COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 2017 10:00 A.M. OSAGE COUNCIL CHAMBERS PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA 1. Call to order – Welcome by Chairman Waller 2. Opening prayer and Reading of Deceased Osages 3. Roll call 4. Chief Standingbear – Update on January 12th... MORE
By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications Artist’s Rendering from Osage Nation Tribal Development Pawhuska, Okla., (Monday, February 6, 2017)— The public is invited to attend a groundbreaking for a new domestic violence shelter provided by the Osage Nation. The... MORE
The 5th Osage Nation Congress Commerce, Gaming and Land Committee will hold a public hearing on Sunday, February 12, 2017, 2:30 p.m.,  at the Grayhorse Community Center.   The agenda for the meeting is: Call to order Roll call Prayer Discussion: Bluestem Ranch and Board... MORE
The Osage Nation provided a formal presentation for local educators about the Osage Flint Hills “Place-Based” educational tools By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton ON Communications  Donors, Osage Nation Principal Chief Standing Bear (fourth from left), and educators line-up for a... MORE
Vested Interest’s mission is to provide bullet and stab protective vests and other assistance to dogs in law enforcement From the Osage Nation Police Department   Pawhuska, Okla., (Monday, January 30, 2017) — Osage Nation Police Department’s K9 Arc will receive a bullet and stab... MORE
  SEC lawsuit alleges that the investment company, NewMarket, “looted” the fund in which the Osage, LLC invested RE: Update from the Office of the Osage Nation Attorney General  A-Ka-Zhi Tsi, Osage Nation Law Building, in Pawhuska, Okla., on the Osage Nation Reservation. ... MORE
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Osage members needed to contribute to the creation of the next generation of Osage Nation Digital Services  From the Department of Osage Nation Information Technologies  RE: Call for Osage Volunteers Pawhuska, Okla., (Wednesday, January 25, 2017) — Osage Nation Digital Services... MORE
Reach Out and Read is a program that promotes the importance of parents reading to their young children By Cody Hammer and Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications Debra Atterberry, Osage Nation Strategic Planning and Self-Governance Analyst, reads Pete the Cat to a group... MORE
From the Osage Nation Office of Strategic Planning & Self-Governance  RE: PUBLIC EVENT This map and exhibit information is featured at the Osage Language immersion school for ages six weeks to kindergarten age. The Osage Hills, illustrated in black on the map, are located... MORE