January 28, 2014

Potawatomi Cornerstone introduces Browning Neddeau

Welcome to another edition of the Potawatomi Cornerstone. When I first started to write about current tribal members, I thought the only problem I would have […]
January 24, 2014

CPN Cultural Heritage Center celebrates eight years

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center has seen about 80,000 guests since the doors opened in January 2006. The Cultural Heritage Center employees focus on […]
January 23, 2014

PLP alum Austen Roselius giving back to CPN Health Services

Since 2003, dozens of young tribal members have participated in the Potawatomi Leadership Program (PLP) as they mature into young adults and start making decisions for […]
January 22, 2014

FireLake Entertainment Center GM looks back on 22 years of service

Linda Canada was 19 years old when she moved from Quitaque, Texas to Shawnee, Okla. with her immediate family. Her familiarity with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation […]
January 21, 2014

CPN’s Sammy Mitchell at home on the country music stage

With more than 2,000 employees the Citizen Potawatomi Nation has a host of talented individuals that help with the tribe’s day-to-day work. Whether they’re a local […]
January 20, 2014

Getting prepared for cold weather exercises

While the weather is all about polar vortexes and ice storms, those New Year resolutions aren’t going to get themselves accomplished if you wait for warmer […]
January 17, 2014

Women’s Circle presents quilt to local tornado victim

Each Wednesday morning, a group of local women meet in the Title VI Elders Program building adjacent to the CPN Wellness Center with sewing on their […]
January 16, 2014

CPN Behavioral Health Services Q&A with Dr. Stumblinbear-Riddle

With two clinics and 12 different departments, the Citizen Potawatomi Health Services offers a variety of facilities and programs to Native Americans and the tribe’s employees. […]
January 15, 2014

Wintering Eagles of Oklahoma

The bald eagle is a migratory species. Those birds that nest in the Great Lakes states and adjacent areas in Canada fly south to find food […]