October 10, 2018

Hallmarks of indigenous societies rooted in choice

After working and researching around the world, Citizen Potawatomi Nation member Raymond Orr accepted a position as an associate professor of Native American studies at the […]
October 9, 2018

Navy takes Tribal member’s dream off the ground

Most people’s childhood dreams remain unfulfilled, but Whitney Heer, Tribal member and descendant of the Toupin family, has worked to make her dreams a reality. She […]
October 8, 2018

World Mental Health Organization aims to raise mental health awareness

Submitted by Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton The international mental health community is gearing up for its yearly, planned moment in the spotlight. The World Health Organization observes World […]
October 5, 2018

America’s original sport returns to Pottawatomie County

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation invites local youth interested in taking up North America’s original sport to attend the Lacrosse Exhibition Day on Oct. 14. The event […]
October 4, 2018

Beyond the badge

Not much in life slows down Citizen Potawatomi Nation police officer Kurt Shirey. In fact, some consider him to be the Nation’s Energizer Bunny. Before coming […]
October 2, 2018

‘Sophie’ wins writing award for Wesselhöft

A fictional narrative about a real-life peaceful resistance movement against Nazi rule in Germany written by Citizen Potawatomi writer Paul Wesselhöft won first place at a […]
September 28, 2018

CPN and you — help kick the flu

By Crystal Marcum, BSN, RN, CPN Health Services, Public Health Nurse Flu season is almost upon us! While seasonal influenza viruses can be detected at any […]