The Pawnee Nation Domestic Violence Program is opening a new Domestic Violence Healing Center.  In order to ensure the success of this very important opening, we are seeking tax-deductible contributions to help decorate the center with traditional and/or healing art. The Healing Center belongs to the community and we feel it is vital to display traditional pieces in the center. Your donation will be listed in our event program, as well as in the Healing Center. Please mail your donation to 301 Maintenance Road, Pawnee, OK 74058 or call 918-285-1321 to make arrangements for pick-up or delivery of any artwork or traditional pieces you may wish to donate. You may also email us at We thank you for your time and consideration.

The Pawnee Nation has the following position available on Boards, Commissions and Committees:

One position is open on the Pawnee Nation Tribal Development Board.  The Pawnee Business Council is seeking business minded people to sit on this board.  The Council appoints the seats of this board for three years.

For any questions regarding this position, please call (918) 762-3621, ext. 113.

If interested, submit a written request that includes contact information along with a resume to Marshall R. Gover, President, Pawnee Business Council, Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma, P. O. Box 470, Pawnee, OK 74058 or email Request and resume must be date-stamped by 5:00 p.m., October 7, 2014, to be considered. Interviews will be held for applicants on October 8th, 2014 at the Pawnee Business Council Meeting.  Please check with the Executive Office for interview time. 


Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic offers tips

for preventing the spread of the EV-D68 virus

Children with asthma are highly susceptible to this respiratory virus


OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma State Department of Health, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, have confirmed the circulation of the EV-D68 virus in Oklahoma. With symptoms similar to the common cold, this virus can be detrimental to the health of young children. Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC) and its Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic are offering the following tips for Oklahomans to help stop the spread of this virus.  


“This virus can have an adverse effect on young children, especially for those who suffer from asthma,” said Harmon-y pediatrician Dr. Janice Hixson. “Unfortunately, there isn’t a vaccine or antiviral treatment available, but there are simple steps we can take to ensure we avoid spreading this particular virus.”


The Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic treats registered American Indian patients ages 17 and younger with a variety of services, including immunizations, routine health supervision visits and same-day sick appointments. Routine, sick and same-day appointments are available now by calling (405) 948-4900 ext. 633 or ext. 638. Harmon-y pediatricians have also opened a Young Adult Clinic for those ages 18-21 located at Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s main building, 4913 W. Reno Ave. Appointments are available now by calling (405) 948-4900 ext. 308.


Click on this link for more information.


The Pawnee Nation Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) is currently offering employment opportunities for upcoming projects. All potential employees are asked to submit new applications during this process. Applications can be picked up and submitted at the Pawnee Nation Cultural Learning Center located at 657 Harrison Street in Pawnee. For more information, call (918) 762-3227.

One Position is Available on Pawnee Nation Gaming Commission

The Pawnee Nation has one position available on the Pawnee Nation Gaming Commission.  The Pawnee Business Council appoints the seats of this Commission.   If interested, submit a written request, along with a resume to Marshall R. Gover, President, Pawnee Business Council, Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma, P. O. Box 470, Pawnee, OK 74058 by 5:00 p.m., October 3rd, 2014 in order to be considered.  Any questions, please call (918) 762-3621, ext. 113 or send a message to:


Need help with fees for education related expenses? Go to the Education Department link for Youth Services.

Pawnee Nation Tribal Members: VISA Gift cards are now available!

The application must be filled out completely; Pawnee Nation CDIB and a school official must sign the form, along with parent/guardian signature. Eligibility requirements are Kindergarten through 12th grade only and Pawnee Nation member residing anywhere in the world. We will be sending out the VISA cards weekly.

If you have received a card the previous semester, make sure the receipt has been turned in to be eligible for the current semester.

Click on this link for the application.

Any questions, please contact the Education Division at 918-762-3227.

Burial Assistance

The Pawnee Business Council shall set the amount for burial assistance in the annual budgeting process. The amount of burial will be established in the annual tribal operating budget.

The maximum amount of assistance available for 2013 and 2014 is:

a. $4,500 payable to the funeral home for burial

b. $500 is payable to the person financially responsible for the burial to be used for immediate needs

c. Any costs exceeding these amounts will be the responsibility of the person financially responsible for burial costs

d. Any funds not expended will be retained in the burial fund 2013 Funds Expended: $70,816.29

For more information on Burial Assistance please call the Executive Office at 918-762-3621 

2013 Annual Report Now Available

Click here to access the annual report

Tribal Development Corp. - please go to the Corporate Profile under the Tribal Development Corp. page for the listing of current job openings.

September 2014 Chaticks si Chaticks Now Available

Pawnee Nation's Chaticks si Chaticks, September 2014 edition is now available! Get your copy here.

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Pawnee Nation Transit Plan Public Meeting at 5:30 p.m.

Sep 30, 2014 @ Roam Chief Center

Emergency Meeting, Pawnee Business Council at 1:00 P.M.

Oct 1, 2014 @ Building 64 Conference Room

Substance Abuse Program Support Group - Every Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Oct 1, 2014 @ Substance Abuse Office