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Congress calls for a 10th Special Session to hold the subpoena interviews

Any wind turbine cannot block access for developing, producing subsurface minerals, agency says

Wilson Pipestem: “We believe this is the largest settlement [with a Native American tribe] in the history of the United States.”

Osage Nation remains opposed, ‘disappointed’; legal action being considered

More information to come in a week, attorney says; Case seeks accounting of mismanaged funding owed to Osages

Web site's purpose: A tool to navigate the administration, learn how the President’s agenda is helping Native communities

Executive Branch sees need for growth; Osage Casino central offices also at facility

Settlement reached in lawsuit against USDA alleging loan discrimination toward Native ranchers and farmers; Lawyers available to discuss settlement claims Thursday at Wah Zha Zhi Cultural Center


Atterberry served on First ON Congress; will help Executive Branch implement merit-based employment system

Over 2,000 votes cast for the top two Executive Branch posts last year; Board is also considering a Facebook page for informational purposes

Open house on the wind farm project scheduled July 28 in Pawhuska

Chief Red Eagle decides to pursue plans after feasibility assessment; decision also subject to ON Congressional approval

Former Congresswoman was appointed to Executive Branch position last year

Congressional committee meetings set for July 14 and 15 to hear testimony from subpoenaed individuals

Ryan Red Corn said multimedia is the new messenger on Indigenous issues to Native youth

The Native American Contractors Association (NACA) has appointed Jim Gray, former chief of the Osage Nation, to serve as its executive director

Over 2,600 ballots shredded; Board to also consider destroying runoff election ballots next month

Chief Red Eagle issues a statement that Wind farms would not be in the best interest for the Osage Reservation

Congressional Affairs committee hears testimony regarding Congressional compensation, taxation

Those in need of assistance are encouraged to call the Osage Nation Counseling Center’s crisis line at 866-897-4747

Congress will consider appropriation items for property purchase, litigation fees for reservation status case and changes to budget parameters act

Rules and Ethics committee finds Gaming Enterprise Board’s complaint did not have enough facts to censure Supernaw

Supernaw calls complaint ‘frivolous’ and an attempt to stop inquiries into the Nation’s gaming enterprise

One gaming commissioner spot open; search underway for Gaming Commission director