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The Fourth Osage Nation Congress holds the Seventh Special Session last week to consider appropriation bills for healthcare, education, culture and other critical legislation.

Osage Congress concludes 7th Special Session

Jul 29, 2015 2:07pm

Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear requested a Special Session from the Fourth Osage Nation Congress to consider appropriation bills for healthcare, education, culture and other critical...

Tribe files second lawsuit

Jul 29, 2015 2:07pm

Another lawsuit has been filed against the former management team of a limited-liability company created to handle investments for the Osage Nation.

Osage LLC is blamed for losing millions...

Quinton A. Riddle

Pawhuska man, 28, named in child sex abuse charges

Jul 29, 2015 2:07pm

Multiple charges of sexual abuse have been brought against a 28-year-old Pawhuska man for allegedly taking advantage of two teenage girls last summer.

Quinton A. Riddle is charged with four...

Complaints about Osage oil rules receive support from senators

Jul 29, 2015 2:07pm

New oil and gas regulations from the Bureau of Indian Affairs could put the Osage Nation “out of business” by increasing production expenses on tribal land in Osage County, Oklahoma’s Senators...

Countdown begins for annual rocket launch

Jul 29, 2015 2:07pm

The High Frontier 12 Rocket Launch with Tulsa Rocketry will be held Sept. 26-27 at the Pawhuska Municipal Airport.

With lots to see and do, this event promises fun for the whole family.

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Around The County

Jul 29, 2015 2:07pm

CITY OF PAWHUSKA SPONSORS FREE DUMP DAYS

The City of Pawhuska sponsors free dump days. Free dumping for Pawhuska Utility customers is available every Saturday, except holiday weekends,...

The Pawhuska Indian Health Center is located at 715 Grandview in Pawhuska.

Osage Congress passes self-governance resolution

Jul 22, 2015 2:07pm

PAWHUSKA — The Fourth Osage Congress voted unanimously last week in support of a resolution for a self-governance compact between the Osage Nation and the U.S. Government that has been developing...

Wind turbines of the Osage Wind project were put into operation in June by Enel Green Power North America Inc. The 84 turbines currently in use in west-central Osage County would nearly double with construction of the proposed Mustang Run Wind Project. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Wind farm projects continue

Jul 22, 2015 2:07pm

A Kansas-based energy company has received permission to use rural Osage County roads during construction of a wind-turbine facility it’s planning to build 12 to 15 miles west of town.

Osage...

Thursday crash fatal to 19-year-old Barnsdall woman

Jul 22, 2015 2:07pm

A two-vehicle accident on State Highway 11 claimed the life of a 19-year-old Barnsdall woman Thursday morning, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Caitlan Doty was pronounced dead at...

Newly-crowned Cavalcade Queen Mia Freeman is presented with flowers by departing 2014-15 Queen Taylor White, on right, during the Sunday finals of the 69th-annual event at Osage County Fairgrounds Arena. Freeman, who is 16 years old, represented her hometown Skiatook Roundup Club in the contest. Champions were determined in more than two dozen different amateur rodeo competitions involving more than 800 entrants from over 120 area roping and riding clubs. Jack Buzbee/J-C correspondent

Flowers for the queen

Jul 22, 2015 2:07pm

Newly-crowned Cavalcade Queen Mia Freeman is presented with flowers by departing 2014-15 Queen Taylor White, on right, during the Sunday finals of the 69th-annual event at Osage County Fairgrounds...

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