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Carter Revard spoke at the Institute for American Indian Research (IFAIR) 2014 Indigenous Book Festival: Authenticity and Indigeneity, at the University of New Mexico on March 20-21
Poet Carter Revard and Poet Maurice Kenny at the UNM IFAIR Indigenous Book Festival in Albuquerque, N.M. Andrea Hanks/Osage News

Meet and greet scheduled for April 6 for Osage-owned Dance Maker Academy
Dance instructor Jenna Smith, Osage, surveys her upcoming dance academy. Tara Madden/Osage News

Students won prize money, belt buckles, trophies and plaques
Osage students from across Osage County participated in the 2014 Osage County Livestock Show at the Osage County Fairgrounds March 3-7. Courtesy Photo

Torch Club members present Valentine's Day cards to the Pawhuska Nursing Home residents Feb. 13
Torch Club member Leah McCann hands out Valentine's Day cards to Pawhuska Nursing Home residents, Feb. 13. Chalene Toehay/Osage News

Education and training provided for Osage Nation tribal members to work on Enbridge pipeline gets recognized
Jana Scimeca, ON Human Resources specialist; Rod Hartness, Pipeline Consultant; Delary Walters, ON Human Resources Director; and Ida Doyle, ON Education Director. Courtesy Photo

For more information please contact Louise Cheshewalla, training coordinator with the Osage Nation Education Department at (800) 390-6724 or (918) 287-5303

Event Dates: Sat, 2013-08-24 11:00 - 14:00

The Osage Nation Language Department will be hosting their Recruitment & Welcome Back Luncheon at the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center, Aug. 24 from 11-2 p.m.

All are welcome. Anyone interested in signing up for Language classes for the Fall semester can sign up at the luncheon. For more information contact the Language department at (918) 287-5547.

Layton Lamsam is one of 50 students selected for the 2013 Udall Scholars honor; plans to become a physician
Layton Lamsam/ Courtesy photo

Hud Oberly honored for academic achievement and community involvement
Hud Oberly stands with six other students at the Jefferson Memorial on Feb. 25. Oberly, along with nine other Osage students. Oberly was chosen to attend Close Up, a week-long program in Washington, D.C., that teaches students about the U.S. Government. Jacelle Ramon-Sauberan/Osage News

More than 100 employees participating in challenge
Mya Miller with Julie Mashunkashay Miller and Paula Mashunkashay, bust a move at Zumba on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 in Pawhuska, Okla. Jacelle Ramon-Sauberan/Osage News