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BigHorse also recognized by Tulsa City Council and Christian Minister’s Alliance

Former ON Congressman Doug Revard and Fairfax native Fred Beartrack named for commission appointments

Red Eagle and Asst. Chief BigHorse meet with U.S. Solicitor General

Term limits for the Principal Chief, increase to tribal employee minimum wage, storm shelters and amendment to Ethics law among bills filed

The Executive Branch sponsored bills sought changes to the merit system

Appropriation bills for land-into-trust fees and reservation status case fees approved by Congress

Red Eagle: ‘I want to express my sincere appreciation for everyone’s concern and their prayers’

Seven items to be considered by Congress including supplemental appropriation bills and consideration of a merit-based employee system for the government

Bill would have revised rules for independent ON government entities during budget setting process, mandated employee salaries be merit-based

Oklahoma meetings yet to be announced; indiantrust.com Web site launched

The Second Osage Nation Congress is meeting for its Fifth Special Session starting at 10 a.m. Monday Jan. 24 in the Congressional Chambers

Jones is the first AG in the history of the new tribal government

Gene Big Soldier resigns from ON Gaming Enterprise board

Red Eagle and Gray administrations made donations to state, federal office candidates, including two Osages

With four years as a congresswoman under her belt, Branstetter brings experience to streamline congressional sessions

Fifth Congressional Special Session starts Jan. 24

Speaking at the event will be Osage Congressman Eddy Red Eagle, Frederick F. Drummond and others.

OK Tax Commission has until Jan. 11 to respond to the Nation's appeal

Shunkamolah's interim appointment starts Dec. 13

The center will hold classroom, small business and industrial facilities

Congress votes down amending the Gaming Reform Act, passes $25,000 supplemental appropriation for OK Tax Commission lawsuit

The proposed amendments will be ballot questions in the next tribal election in 2012

Chief Red Eagle issues proclamation for the session, AG’s budget and amendment bills to be considered