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August 31, 2011

Contact the Osage Nation Education Department for further details

The Osage Nation Tutoring Program and the Sylvan Tutoring Assistance Program is being offered to Osage students through the ON Education department. The ON tutoring program is for Osage students living in Osage county and the Sylvan tutoring program is nationwide.

Osage Nation Tutoring Program

March 24, 2011

Doyle will be responsible for a budget of roughly $7 million

Ida Doyle has been selected as the new director for the Osage Education Department, arguably one of the most utilized departments within the Nation from Osages all over the country.

“My focus will be to become especially familiar with each program that the Osage Nation Department of Education offers, so that I can ensure our department is offering the maximum amount of services in the most effective and efficient method,” Doyle said in an email.

January 30, 2011

The Osage Nation Education department could be getting an oversight board soon, something that might relieve some of the problems that have plagued the department

The Osage Nation Education department could be getting an oversight board soon, something that might relieve some of the problems that have plagued the department. In an Osage congressional education committee meeting Jan. 13 Congresswoman Alice Goodfox said that she will be revising her legislation that establishes the board. The legislation has been tabled since the 2010 Tzi-Zho session.

January 27, 2011

November is a flurry of activity for the Native American students in Osage County

November is a flurry of activity for the Native American students in Osage County. The Osage Nation Johnson O’Malley (JOM) parent committees of Skiatook, Hominy and Pawhuska hosted their cultural events in November to celebrate Native American Heritage month. These annual events are planned to promote cultural awareness and pride within the communities.

October 13, 2010

Second-strongest earthquake in state history with 5.1 magnitude hits 8 miles southeast of Norman at 9:06 a.m. Oct. 13

[Editor's Note: This story was updated on Oct. 13.]

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.1, the second-strongest in state history, hit at 9:06 a.m. 8 miles southeast of Norman Oct. 13 and was felt in northern Texas, southern Kansas and most of Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey.

July 26, 2010

















 The Osage Nation Summer Youth Program has given Osage youth like Robynn Rulo a chance to gain experience with the Osage Nation.

“I like making my own money,” said Rulo, a 17-year-old Pawhuska High School student who works for Osage Nation Constituent Services as a participant in this year’s Summer Youth Program.

June 15, 2010
The free seven-week course starts July 12 in Hominy
April 28, 2010
The Osage Nation Education Department would like to remind parents of Osage students that funding is still available for eligible students
October 30, 2009

Potential budget reductions will be revisited in another Special Session of Congress starting Monday

October 16, 2009

Dozens of Osages, including college students, expressed concern and disappointment over the recent events surrounding the delay in scholarship at a rally

September 30, 2009

Around one hundred youth and children came out to this year’s The Osage Nation Education Summer Enrichment Camps that were held this past July.

September 10, 2009

Congress to pass resolution to encourage the education department and the Executive Branch to give full amount of scholarships without delay.

September 4, 2009

All students who received Osage scholarship promised $3,500 per semester

August 25, 2009

About 40 children from the Pawhuska Boys and Girls Club got lessons in protecting water from pollution during the “Children of the Middle Waters Day” on Aug. 4

About 40 children from the Pawhuska Boys and Girls Club got lessons in protecting water from pollution during the “Children of the Middle Waters Day” on Aug. 4.

“If you pollute the water, you’re going to have a problem with these animals and their going to go away,” Osage Language Program instructor Talee Red Corn told the children. He repeated “Ni” to the children, which is Osage for water and introduced environmental officials who offered hands-on demonstrations of how they protect water bodies.