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September 26, 2013

The Osage News candidate debates for the chiefs will be held at the Hominy Co-op building Feb. 1-2

May 7, 2012

The first group of candidates were Olivia Gray, Matthew Shunkamolah, Becky Johnson, Joseph Roger Lynn, Candy Thomas and Maria Whitehorn.

The Osage News Debates were held on May 5 and 6 at the Grayhorse Community Building. The first group of candidates were Olivia Gray, Matthew Shunkamolah, Becky Johnson, Joseph Roger Lynn, Candy Thomas and Maria Whitehorn.

April 3, 2012

League of Women Voters of Tulsa to help with debates. Debates to be streamed live on Osage News Website

The Osage News has scheduled its Osage News Candidate Debates for May 5 and May 6.

The event, which faces off the 2012 Osage General Election candidates, will begin at 5 p.m. on both days at the Grayhorse Community Building in the Grayhorse Indian Village.

The debate will be broadcast live on the Osage News Web site at osagenews.org.

The first day of the debate, May 5, will feature two to three groups of candidates. The second day, May 6, will feature two groups of candidates.

June 30, 2010

This story was originally published by Indian Times, a news broadcast on KGOU-KROU, the University of Oklahoma's official radio station

Susan Shannon: "I spoke with all four candidates about the use of the internet and live streaming and what it means for tribal politics."Susan Shannon Indian Times In an effort to get more information out on the candidates, the Osage News, among others, hosted debates in the three districts of the Osage Nation: Hominy, Grayhorse and Pawhuska. The Pawhuska debate was also broadcast over the Internet. I spoke with all four candidates about the use of the internet and live streaming and what it means for tribal politics.

June 23, 2010

Debates for the four runoff candidates to be held at 6 p.m. in the WahZhaZhi Cultural Center. Debates will be broadcast live on osagetribe.com

The Osage News runoff election debates are tonight and all four candidates have said they will be there. The candidates running are John Red Eagle and Tim Tall Chief for principal chief, and Amanda Proctor and Scott BigHorse for assistant principal chief. The debates will be held at 6 p.m. at the Wah Zha Zhi Cultural Center, 1449 W. Main, and will be broadcast live on the Nation’s Web site at www.osagetribe.com. The public is invited to attend the debates and hear the candidates answer the debate questions. The event is also being catered by the Osage Million Dollar Elm.

April 21, 2010

League of Women Voters of Tulsa to help with debates. Debates to be broadcast live on Nation’s Web site

The Osage News has finalized the rules for its inaugural candidate debates May 8 and 9.

The debates, which will split 18 congressional candidates into three groups of six by alphabetical order of their last name, will be held at the Wah Zha Zhi Cultural Center and will be broadcast live on the Nation’s Web site at osagetribe.com. The first day of the debate, May 8, will feature the five chief candidates, the six candidates running for assistant chief and six congressional candidates. The second day, May 9, will feature two groups of congressional candidates.

April 21, 2010
BigHorse: "I regret that I am unable to attend the [Osage News] debate, due to the Grayhorse War Mothers Soldier Dance . . . "