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Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

In the late 1800’s, the Osage tribe was forced onto what was thought to be a no-man’s land in Oklahoma.  At first, they lived there in poverty, but made the best of things.  342 more words

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Another Victim Comes Forward Against Former School of Osage Teacher

Another charge is being filed against a former middle school teacher at the School of the Osage.

Another victim of Mark Alan Edwards came forward and spoke with investigators. 54 more words

Osage boys win Top of Iowa East Division golf tournament

SHEFFIELD — The Osage boys golf team captured first Monday at the Top of Iowa Conference East Division Boys Golf Tournament held Monday, May 7, at Ridge Stone Golf Club in Sheffield. 108 more words

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WATCH ONLINE OSAGE COUNTY

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Watch Online August Osage County

Missouri Department of Conservation online fishing permits. For daily updated lake levels Click Here Best fishing times for each day of the month A look at the lives of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until a family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew Watch August: Osage County Online. 419 more words

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Becoming Buddhist

I am inching toward becoming a Buddhist and find myself torn.

When practitioners “become” Buddhists, they are given the name of an ancestor.

And this is where my panic digs in. 285 more words

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Book Review: Killers of the Flower Moon

One hundred years ago, the members of the Osage tribe of Oklahoma were some of the wealthiest people in America.  Their stretch of hills and prairie in the northwestern part of the state sat on a massive oil reserve and, thanks to the clever work of a tribal lawyer, the mineral rights belonged to the Osage and could not be sold.  485 more words

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