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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.”

April 30, 2012

On Saturday, April 28, the Osage Tribal Museum unveiled its final bust from The Osage Ten: Margaret Goode

On Saturday, April 28, the Osage Tribal Museum unveiled its final bust from The Osage Ten. The final bust was of Margaret Goode, her Osage name was Wah-hrah-lum-pah. The event took place at the Constantine Theatre in Pawhuska, Okla and included guest speakers Assistant Principle Chief Scott Bighorse, Dr. David Hunter, George Tallchief and Jim Gray.

April 17, 2012

Candidates speak at one of first public political meetings during 2012 election season

Candidates for the Third Osage Nation Congress have started their trek on the campaign trail with several making a stop at the Cedar Chest to share their interest in seeking public office.

Cedar Chest co-operators Julie O’keefe and Danette Daniels held an April 12 reception for the Legislative Branch candidates who are seeking the six Congressional seats up for grabs in the June election.

October 31, 2011

Ballet producers are asking shareholders to donate to the Osage ballet

A new ballet is coming to town and it’s not, “The Nutcracker.”

A ballet, produced and created by local Osages, will be premiering in Pawhuska, Bartlesville and Tulsa titled, “Wahzhazhe,” which chronicles the Osage Nation’s history through dance.

The production reflects, “the rich culture of the Osage people who controlled a large part of what is now called the United States of America,” according to a prepared release.

October 5, 2011

Osage Trust Case endured through three Osage administrations

Former Osage Principal Chief Charles Tillman knew something was wrong when the Bureau of Indian Affairs was missing 67 percent of the documentation on the Osage Minerals Estate from the 1972 to 1992 accounting period.

February 16, 2011

Black Dog’s battle shield, photos from the museum’s opening day and remnants of a war culture are just some of the new artifacts on display

A display case full of pipes and pipe bags from a past Osage culture sit in the middle of the Osage Tribal Museum as a new exhibit.

“Not all the pipes and pipe bags are Osage, but most of them are,” said Joe Don Brave, the museum’s technician. “Different tribes had their own different herbs and plants, certain barks from trees they used to make their own tobacco. Some were made for medicinal purposes, some had sedative ingredients; it wasn’t like the tobacco we have today. If it was, the bags would have been resonated and discolored.”

July 16, 2010
All employees received certificate of commendation and a red souvenir cup from the Gray administration
June 7, 2010
No shortage of traditional Osage food or barbecue at candidate’s camps
June 7, 2010
Another chance of rain predicted this afternoon
February 18, 2010

OMC meetings become heated as Councilwoman Cynthia Boone faces accusations of unethical conduct

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has declined to help the Osage Minerals Council in running their election in June.

November 10, 2009

The Osage News will continue to update the Official Candidate List for the June 2010 Osage Nation Elections on

September 24, 2009

The Osage News will be writing in-depth profiles of all candidates seeking office in the coming months leading down to the June 2010 elections