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“We still have our language; we still have our culture; we are still alive and well and have been able to overcome those things that happened in the ‘20s. It’s good for people to know on this worldwide platform that our language and our tribe are alive, and we’re still vibrant,” said Vann Bighorse, Osage Language Department director.

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On Memorial Day weekend, Henderson County Sheriff Deputy Ashley Reed was off duty with her kids when she jumped in without hesitation to ultimately save a woman, who was lying face down in the water at a Gun Barrel City park. 

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Henderson County Sheriff Botie Hillhouse (left) and Deputy Ashley Reed stand for a photo together on Tuesday with Reed's award for saving a dr…

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Osage Nation citizen Danette Daniels, owner of the Water Bird Gallery, shows a 1920s Osage wool broadcloth blanket that was loaned to the film…

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 These 1920s Osage cradle boards from the collection of Osage citizen Danette Daniels were on loan for the film based on the book “Killers of …

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Danette Daniels speaks about the 1920s cradle boards she loaned for use in the movie.

Flower Moon Filming

Flower Moon Filming

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Osage Nation Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear says he wants people to see and hear the nation’s culture and language in the movie based …