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December 18, 2013

More than $6,500 was donated for the Court Appointed Special Advocates program

Stories of hope and support for Native American children in need made this year’s CASA Birdhouse & Apron auction a success.

Volunteers and organizers for the Court Appointed Special Advocates program for Pawnee and Osage counties offered more than 50 birdhouses and aprons for auction, with all proceeds going toward CASA office operations. More than $6,500 was raised.

December 9, 2013

For more information about the birdhouse auction, on becoming a CASA volunteer or to donate, contact Pawnee/Osage CASA at its Pawhuska office at (918) 287-4120. The Pawnee office can be reached at (918) 762-3776

Renowned Osage artist Anita Fields is pondering her next beautiful creation. Will it be a clay sculpture, something she’s famous for, a painting, a collage – or a birdhouse?

May 31, 2013

More than 100 people attended the event

The Osage Tribal Museum celebrated its 75th anniversary with a two-day celebration on May 3-4.

“I think it went beautifully and I was pleased with the turn out,” said Kathryn Red Corn, director of the Osage Tribal Museum. “Everything fell into place – the weather was a damper but it didn’t stop people or the celebration.”

May 24, 2013

Nokosee Fields is emerging as a bluegrass musician

For Nokosee Fields, life doesn’t get any better than cooking Thai food and playing the fiddle.

A 23-year-old Osage fiddle player, he will be playing in England this summer at the 49th Billingham International Folklore Festival, Aug. 10-17 with the Bailey Mountain Cloggers from Mars Hill, N.C.

February 3, 2012

Osage artists Joe Don Brave, Anita Fields and Yatika Fields show their artworks in the City of Lights

Joe Don Brave walked the streets of Paris, ate some of the finest cheese in the land and sipped some of the richest wines.

He strolled the streets of France taking in the breathtaking architecture. He thought of all the hard work that got him there and what his Osage ancestors thought of Paris centuries ago.