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Rules and ethics committee to propose new rules to entire Congress

The Flanagan South Pipeline will run through northeastern Oklahoma and end in Cushing, Okla.

Congress addresses misinformation concerning merit employment system; Select Committee of Inquiry hires attorney

Osage retailers upset with Fallins tax-rebate system: ‘we’re not children’

Osage Congress concerned with budgeting unspent government funds during committee meetings

Mayor of Pawhuska Roger Taylor buys Osage records at auction and sells them to Osage Minerals Councilwoman Cynthia Boone

Revard awaits confirmation from the Third Osage Nation Congress during the Tzi-Zho session, which ends Sept. 30

Stacey Laskey (chair), Randy Carnett, Candy Thomas, Aaron Bighorse and Ralph Haymond make up the Osage Nation Gaming Enterprise Board

Employees picket outside of congressional chambers Sept. 6 over alleged salary and bonus cuts

The wing was placed into evidence until someone calls to claim the wing or reports it was stolen

Native American languages will be taught in Oklahoma public schools and will count as a World Language credit toward graduation

Dhegiha Preservation Society will help fund language programs and upcoming Dhegiha Gatherings

The government’s 2014 fiscal year budgets and other matters will be brought to the legislative branch’s attention

Election office keeps control of all voting materials up to one year after an election per the Osage election law

Oklahoma now has Sprouts stores in Oklahoma City, Norman, Bixby and Edmond

AG's four-count ethics case against Chief delayed due to congressional hearings

Website is launched to help tribes successfully navigate through program

Wind Capital Group just paid for permit to begin construction; Osage Nation has contributed more than $36.3 million to Osage County roads and bridges since 2009

‘The flower of her generation,’ tribute included a showing of Maria Tallchief documentary and performance by Tulsa Ballet principal dancer

The committee will meet in executive session as needed throughout seventh ON Congressional special session to hear witness testimony and review evidence

Osage News Editor elected to NAJA board of directors

Osage artists, writers and musicians will be in attendance Nov. 2

Services for former Principal Chief George Tall Chief will be held in the Grayhorse Chapel on Aug. 24 at 10 a.m.

Case against the Chief regarding the open records act will proceed; The Chief still has opportunity to appeal judge’s ruling