Event Dates: Mon, 2014-03-31 10:00 - Mon, 2014-04-28 17:00
The Third Osage Nation Congress will convene for its 2014 Hun-Kah Session starting Monday March 31 in the Congressional Chambers.
This is the first of two annual Congressional sessions which last 24 days and may be extended up to three additional days if needed.
According to the ON Congressional Office, the regular session is scheduled to begin March 31 and will end April 28 but could extend to May 1 if Congress votes to extend the session as allowed by the ON Constitution.
Event Dates: Tue, 2014-03-11 10:00 - 11:00
In observance of Osage Sovereignty Day, Principal Chief Scott BigHorse will deliver the annual State of the Nation address at 10 a.m. on Tuesday March 11 in the Congressional Chambers.
The Osage Nation Communications Team will live stream the address on the Osage Nation's website.
All Osage Nation government offices will be closed Wednesday March 12 to observe the Sovereignty Day holiday.
Mark Simms and Henry Harjo appointed to Gaming Enterprise Board; Homer Holding appointed to ON Utility Authority Board; Anthony Webb appointed to Osage Nation Energy Services LLC board
Mark Simms (left) and Henry Harjo are appointments made to the Osage Nation Gaming Enterprise Board by Principal Chief Scott BigHorse in February 2014. Benny Polacca/Osage News
ON files quiet title petition regarding 31 acres south of Main Street in Pawhuska; Railroad use was abandoned in late 1960s
The Osage Nation filed suit in Osage County District Court in December 2013 to assert ownership over the former railroad right of way (pictured) south of Main Street in Pawhuska. Abandoned by railroad companies since 1969, the land has been used by current and former businesses as well as for dumping purposes. Benny Polacca/Osage News
U.S. Mint selling two sizes of bronze coin honoring Osage code talker contributions during WWI; Silver version of code talker coin available to surviving families
Bronze coin replica of Osage Code Talker Gold Medal available for sale. Courtesy Photo
A summary of Osage news events from January to November; Osage Nation governmental offices closed Jan. 1
No timeline set on Senate confirmation for Logan
Vince Logan answers questions from Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on Dec. 11, 2013. Logan is nominated as the next Special Trustee for American Indians to the U.S. Department of Interior. Shannon Shaw Duty/Osage News
This is the second time Red Eagle will have an audience with Obama
Osage Nation Principal Chief John Red Eagle
Rhonda Wallace, Charles Pratt and Jodie Revard were sworn in Oct. 24
Rhonda Wallace, Charles Pratt and Jodie Revard were sworn in as Osage Nation board and commission members on Oct. 24 at the tribal courthouse with Trial Court Judge Marvin Stepson presiding. Photo by Chalene Toehay/Osage News
Board focuses include repairing roof on Wakon Iron Hall, updating bylaws, removing abandoned homes, preserving dance grounds
Pawhuska Indian Village residents vote at the Oct. 22 elections. All incumbents were reelected for two-year terms. Benny Polacca/Osage News