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Osage Nation Ranch to offer four free hunting spots for Osage youth

Photo caption: Participants of the 10th Annual Cultural Encampment learn about archery. SHANNON SHAW DUTY/Osage News

The Osage Nation Ranch LLC board of directors has voted to offer four free deer hunting spots for Osage youth.

Galen Crum, ON ranch board member, said before the upcoming deer season Oklahoma allows one weekend in October for youth hunting only. It will be during that weekend four lucky Osage youth will be allowed to hunt deer on the ranch for free. He said if there are more than four Osage youth that apply, then they will hold a drawing.

Ranch work

The ON Ranch is seeking bid proposals for summer haying and they will also have a summer calf sale. They will be selling approximately 573 head of calves.

For more information, call (918) 287-3835.


Shannon Shaw Duty

Original Publish Date: 2019-05-02 00:00:00


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Shannon Shaw Duty
Shannon Shaw Duty

Title: Editor


Twitter: @dutyshaw

Topic Expertise: Columnist, Culture, Community

Languages spoken: English, Osage (intermediate), Spanish (beginner)

Shannon Shaw Duty, Osage from the Grayhorse District, is the editor of the award-winning Osage News, the official independent media of the Osage Nation. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a master’s degree in Legal Studies with an emphasis in Indigenous Peoples Law. She currently sits on the Freedom of Information Committee for the Society of Professional Journalists. She has served as a board member for LION Publishers, as Vice President for the Pawhuska Public Schools Board of Education, on the Board of Directors for the Native American Journalists Association (now Indigenous Journalists Association) and served as a board member and Chairwoman for the Pawhuska Johnson O’Malley Parent Committee. She is a Chips Quinn Scholar, a former instructor for the Freedom Forum’s Native American Journalism Career Conference and the Freedom Forum’s American Indian Journalism Institute. She is a former reporter for The Santa Fe New Mexican. She is a 2012 recipient of the Native American 40 Under 40 from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. In 2014 she helped lead the Osage News to receive NAJA's Elias Boudinot Free Press Award. The Osage News won Best Newspaper from the SPJ-Oklahoma Chapter in their division 2018-2022. Her award-winning work has been published in Indian Country Today, The Washington Post, the Center for Public Integrity, NPR, the Associated Press, Tulsa World and others. She currently resides in Pawhuska, Okla., with her husband and together they share six children, two dogs and two cats.

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