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Contact the ON Emergency Management Department at (918) 287-5225

The tournament raised approximately $23,000 during their 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament on April 29

Enbridge hosting open house May 23 on the Flanagan South Pipeline Project

High Court declines Congressional claim for relief in case regarding Chief Red Eagle’s board appointment of older brother

The Nation hopes to have the compact negotiated by June 17

The Osage Tribal Princess elections will be held at the Osage Tribal Princess Sorority Honor Dance May 18 at the Osage County Fairgrounds

The Osage News will be taking portraits during the 2013 In-Lon-Schka dances for a multimedia project called “Generations.”

Tallchief was known for his steer roping and riding skills and his service in World War II

Owasso High School senior Whitney Whitehorn signed with OSU for the 2013-2014 academic year

Participants will work toward an opportunity for leadership positions at Osage Casinos

ONES board considers Cogeneration project

Osage Home Health would offer hospice care for Osage tribal members if passed in the future

Questions arose after a draft document of amendments to the Code of Federal Regulations section on the villages was released to the Third ON Congress on April 19

Lu King, Teresa Lamsam and Jerri Jean Branstetter were confirmed by the Third Osage Nation Congress

The LLC has yet to report a profit with losses posted each year thus far

Chief Red Eagle appointed Margie Burkhart, William Tinker, Michael Moore and Tom Foreman to the Health Authority Board

More than 100 Native youth from 31 tribes across Oklahoma attended the soccer clinic

Osage Historic Preservation Office conducting ethnographic study of Osage population

Osage ballet to go on the road

Hun-Kah Session ends without confirmation of Eddy Red Eagle Jr. to ONES LLC Board

The Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center offers cultural classes during lunch time as well

Nation’s Healthy Food Initiative team visited the Chickasaw Nation horticulture department March 26

Session may last until April 25; projected revenue for 2014 is $44.7 million