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Museum invites Tribal Members to Attend Museum Expansion Webinar

Museum invites Tribal Members to Attend Museum Expansion Webinar

Osage Nation News
June 7, 2021

Throughout May, more than three hundred Osages attended a series of community dinners at the districts of Grayhorse, Hominy, and Pawhuska, hosted by the Osage Nation Museum (ONM). Osages from these districts shared powerful statements about the need for educati...

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Farmers Market Dates Announced

Farmers Market Dates Announced

Osage Nation News
June 7, 2021

Farmers Market Vouchers Osage Nation's Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program will issue vouchers for Farmers Market beginning Monday, June 14, 2021. These are drive-thru events and you must remain in your vehicle when picking up your vouchers and your...

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Cherokee Nation’s $1.8B ‘rescue’ plan gets green light

Cherokee Nation’s $1.8B ‘rescue’ plan gets green light

Cherokee Nation News
June 2, 2021

Cherokee Nation leaders passed a resolution May 27 detailing how the tribe plans to spend $1.8 billion in federal COVID-19 recovery funds. The proposal includes direct payments of $2,000 for all 392,832 tribal citizens. “This is such an exciting...

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2021 ‘Remember the Removal’ cyclists receive sendoff

2021 ‘Remember the Removal’ cyclists receive sendoff

Cherokee Nation News
June 2, 2021

Six cyclists were at the center of a May 26 ceremony to send them on their journeys as participants in the 2021 “Remember the Removal” Bike Ride. Deputy Chief Bryan Warner opened with a prayer, and Education Services Executive Director Corey Bunch a...

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Native Americans perfected Three Sisters gardening

Native Americans perfected Three Sisters gardening

Native American News
May 5, 2021

DEAR AMOR: I have a couple of tips in gardening that I would like to share. To save space in gardening, plant pumpkins and winter squashes among the corn. Corn grows high, vines stay low. But Do NOT plant decorative corn next to eating corn. They cross pollinat...

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“Have you seen my sister?”

“Have you seen my sister?”

Native American News
May 3, 2021

It never gets easier for Nokusece Wind, a Muscogee (Creek) citizen, to say these words. He’s had to say them more times than he can count.   Wind drives the streets of Tulsa weekly in search of his sister, Leandra Wind, who has been missing for more ...

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Area Seniors May Qualify For Monthly Free Food Program

Area Seniors May Qualify For Monthly Free Food Program

Native American Resource News
April 28, 2021

Applications are now being accepted for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program with immediate openings now available. Senior adults, age 60 or older, who are having trouble making ends meet may qualify for a monthly box of free food. The Commodity Su...

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