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Content about Osage Sovereignty Day

March 9, 2012

Holiday recognizes anniversary of the 2006 tribal government; Celebratory dance to be held Friday night at Osage County Fairgrounds

The Osage Nation is celebrating Osage Sovereignty Day today (March 9).

The day pays homage to the reformed tribal government now entering its sixth year. The 2006 Osage Constitution was signed on March 11 that year.

A celebratory dance starts this afternoon at the Osage County Fairgrounds Ag Building (south of Pawhuska off State Highway 99).

All tribal government offices will be closed today and will reopen Monday March 12.

January 24, 2012

Osage Sovereignty Day will be observed on March 9

Osage Sovereignty Day will be observed on March 9.

December 9, 2010

For further information regarding the contest or submission of photos, please contact either Darin J. West at (918) 287-5412 dwest@osagetribe.org or Jann Rose at (918) 287-5531 jrose@osagetribe.org

The Osage Nation ENR Department would like to remind everyone that the First Annual Wildlife Photo Contest is coming to an end. Regardless of when you took your photo, remember to have it submitted by the deadline of 12 a.m. on Dec. 31, 2010. Photos may be emailed, hand-delivered, or mailed to the Osage Nation ENR Department.

The contest is open to amateurs of all ages and photos must be taken of native wildlife on the Osage Reservation. This is an amateur photo contest, so paid professional and studio photographers are asked not to submit entries.