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July 3, 2012

Inauguration to be held in the Congressional Chambers at 10 a.m. July 4

The recently elected Third Osage Nation Congress members will be sworn into office July 4 at 10 a.m. in the Congressional Chambers on the government campus in Pawhuska.

Those six Osages will serve four-year terms after being elected to the Legislative Branch in the June 4 General Election.

Serving on the Third ON Congress are: RJ Walker, John F. Maker, Archie L. Mason, Shannon Love Edwards, Maria Whitehorn and John Jech.

June 5, 2012

Unofficial results: Two incumbents reelected, all proposed Constitutional amendments fail; Provisional ballots to be counted Wednesday

The Osage people elected four new Congressional members in the 2012 General Election and re-elected two incumbents to serve on the Third ON Congress, according to preliminary results.

In complete, but unofficial results, RJ Walker, John F. Maker, Maria Whitehorn and John Jech were voted in and incumbents Shannon Edwards and Archie Mason were re-elected in the June 4 election.

June 5, 2012

When the Osage News has the official results they will be posted at Osagenews.org.

The unofficial results for the Third Osage Nation Congress were announced Monday, June 4 just before 10 p.m. When the Osage News has the official results they will be posted at Osagenews.org.

May 1, 2012

The twenty-second to be interviewed in our series "Candidate Talk" is RJ Walker

The Osage News will be interviewing on camera the 2012 candidates running for the Third Osage Nation Congress. The twenty-second to be interviewed in our series "Candidate Talk" is RJ Walker.

April 24, 2012

"I believe our children and grandchildren deserve meaningful opportunities in the arts, sciences, and trades that, if available, would help them explore their strengths."

I am pleased  to announce my candidacy for the Osage Nation Congress.  Over the last decade I have served as Director of the Osage Nation Roads Department and seen the potential of our Nation to overcome our differences.  Also, while serving on boards in the community, I have seen the potential for our Nation to work with the city, county and state.  This type of cooperation produces results that benefit all Osages, especially our elders and children.

April 13, 2012

All candidates are certified and will be placed on the ballot in the order they were drawn

The Osage Nation Election Office has certified all candidates seeking office for the Third Osage Nation Congress and has drawn names and made it official as to the order those candidates will appear on the ballot.

More than 20 candidates attended the drawing, which took place at the Wah Zha Zhi Cultural Center at 9 a.m. April 12. All 34-candidate names were put in a hopper and selected one at a time by the election board.

The official candidate ballot listing on Election Day, June 4:

1)    John Jech

October 21, 2011

County road access to the casino from U.S. 60 now closed for improvement work

Road crews reopened the Bartlesville Osage Casino access off State Highway 123 after it closed earlier this year for construction improvements. The north-south county road access between the casino and U.S. 60 is now closed due for needed bridge repairs.    

A one-mile section of County Road 2706 – commonly referred to as “39 Hill” – officially opened Oct. 11 after extensive improvements made by the Osage Nation Transportation Department and Osage County workers. The road was closed in early March for the improvement work.

July 19, 2011

The Lucky Ones had a rough start to their season but won their first championship this year

Softball is about a lot of things.

But for four Osage girls and their coach the last three months of coach-pitch softball has been about the last six games.

The Lucky Ones, an 8-and-under softball team out of Pawhuska, had a rough start to their season but won six straight games in the end-of-the season tournament and won their first championship, 11-10 and the if-game, 9-7 on June 22.

November 22, 2010

The center will hold classroom, small business and industrial facilities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Government officials for the Osage Nation, county and several organizations broke ground Nov. 18 on the Pawhuska Business Development Center which will be built in the industrial park west of Indian Camp.

October 5, 2010
















OKESA, Okla. – Construction crews are expected to complete the Okesa bridge and road project, south of the U.S. 60 turnoff, ahead of schedule and it should be ready for traffic in November, according to the Osage Nation Roads Department.