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November 17, 2011

More than 70 Osages from across the country traveled home to participate in the commemorative walk

Through the wild ranch fields in northeast Oklahoma Jacque Jones shouldered her three-month-old daughter in a baby backpack carrier and walked about three miles.

As she walked she wondered why the journey soothed the youngest of her five daughters to sleep. She also thought about the ground she walked on and how it once embellished the footprints of her Osage ancestors.

“Just to be able to walk in the footsteps that my ancestors walked in, it was really kind of an emotional walk for me,” Jones said.

October 11, 2011

ON Social Services department offers help if elder abuse or fraud is spotted with Osage shareholders

For the last four years adult and elder abuse has been on the rise in Osage Country, and with the Osage Trust Case Settlement disbursements around the corner the numbers could increase.

Of the $380 million settlement, shareholders, also known as headright holders, will be paid out $155,136 for each share, most of which are owned by elders.

Those who work closely with cases of adult abuse, neglect, exploitation and/or fraud said they have ample concern for those elders who will be receiving large amounts of money.

September 7, 2011

Walk begins at Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center, Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. For more information contact (918) 287-5426

The Osage Nation Counseling Center will be hosting the 5th Annual Walk for Sobriety 2011 Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Schedule of Events:

10 a.m. - Meet at Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center

1st Water Break at Osage Nation Language Center

2nd Water Break at the Gazebo on Lynn Ave

Arrive at Wakon Iron Hall

Noon - eat lunch

Speaker - Tim Shadlow

Speaker - Dee Miller

2 p.m. - Closing

August 26, 2011

Transitional Housing Program in early stages

It is one thing to escape a domestic violence relationship but it’s another to stay out.

That’s why the Osage Nation Counseling Center is looking to provide homes for victims and survivors of domestic violence in Osage County.

July 2, 2010
Check out Pawhuska In-Lon-Schka photos
June 25, 2010
Check out Hominy In-Lon-Schka photos
May 25, 2010

Four candidates have filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy within the past 10 years

The Osage News conducted a public records check on all the candidates running in both the General and Minerals Council elections, dating back 10 years, and found that four candidates filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Those candidates who filed bankruptcies were Assistant Principal Chief candidate Scott BigHorse, Congressional Candidates Louis Gray and William “Kugee” Supernaw, and Minerals Council candidate Curtis Bear.

The Osage News asked the four candidates to comment.

May 12, 2010
Local candidate for Osage Nation Congress Louis Gray to have upcoming events
May 11, 2010
In accordance with the Osage News Election policy, the Osage News is allowing each candidate 500 words on osagenews.org leading up to the June 2010 election
April 27, 2010
Osage Shareholder’s Association President Galen Crum said osageshareholders.org is not affiliated with OSA
April 23, 2010
Election Board reverses April 7 decision Thursday after Gray’s criminal case is dismissed and expunged April 15
April 19, 2010
Election Board to have hearing April 22 to decide Gray’s candidacy
April 9, 2010
ON Election Board doesn't certify Louis Gray's candidacy for Osage Nation Congress. Gray undecided whether or not to appeal decision
March 10, 2010
In accordance with the Osage News Election policy, the Osage News is allowing each candidate 500 words on osagenews.org leading up to the June 2010 election
October 29, 2009
These pictures were taken at the 2009 Red Ribbon Powwow on October 24 at Wakon Iron Hall in Pawhuska
July 2, 2009

Osage writers tell of their inspirations at summit

Seven Osage writers honored by the Osage Nation at a June 24 summit each did readings from their work and described how their tribal heritage impacts their writing.

“Everybody has a different style,” said Carter Revard, who is a poet and Rhodes scholar. “I would say there is another process for Indian people… and the process is a long one,” he said of tribal history and culture.