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Is there a horn in your purse?

Is this your bag, lady?

I was searching through my purse for a strip of paper to wrap around my chewed gum and found my bicycle horn buried at the bottom. 265 more words

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BIA Oil & Gas Regs for Osage County Put on Hold

A federal judge put the regulations on hold in response to a suit filed by the Osage Producers Association and a similar suit filed by Osage Minerals Council, a tribal entity. 17 more words


Commemoration of the Treaties of 1815

The summer of 1815 saw all of the native American tribes that lived upon the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers invited by Missouri’s Territorial Governor William Clark to meet at Portage des Sioux for treaties of Peace and Friendship with the United States. 301 more words


County officials begin first of many move-in days

OSAGE, Iowa – The Mitchell County Courthouse is taking a major leap toward completion as the first wave of county officials are moving in.

This morning, moving crews helped to transport files and law books from the temporary County Clerk of Court’s office to the new courthouse.  376 more words


Osage Ballet to Perform during Papal visit to Philadelphia

By: McKee PR Advertising & Design for the Osage Ballet

The prayer scene from Wahzhazhe an Osage Ballet, which tells the history of the Osage people through ballet, will be performed at the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia at the Festival of Families on Sept. 519 more words


Prices are falling at the pump

OSAGE, Iowa – Good news for folks planning road trips for Labor Day weekend.

In the last week, gas prices have fallen by more than $.9 per gallon, and experts say they’re expected to continue to drop. 299 more words


20th annual Cedar Valley Memories Power Show

OSAGE, Iowa- This past weekend was a trip down agricultural history memory lane in Osage for the 20th annual Cedar Valley Memories Power Show.

Those heading the event say they saw more than 3,000 people the past two days as they showcased the different tools used over the last century to harvest crops and more. 93 more words