January 29, 2016

Woody Crumbo and the Bacone Style

Amidst the economic and agricultural slump that hit the Great Plains in the 1920s – long preceding the Great Depression to follow the 1929 stock market […]
January 28, 2016

Lizard Light Productions blends traditional art with contemporary methods

Famed Potawatomi artist Woody Crumbo made his name in the art world with his Southwest inspired paintings. Crumbo lived in Taos, New Mexico throughout the majority […]
January 27, 2016

Way Back Wednesday: Potawatomi chronicler George Winter

This week we look at a man responsible for chronicling much of what we know about the Potwatomi during the early Removal Period of the 1800s, […]
January 26, 2016

CPN contributes to OSU powwow in more ways than one

The Oklahoma State University Powwow is a student-run public event hosted annually by the OSU Native American Student Association at the Payne County Expo Center in […]
January 26, 2016

CPN Veterans report: January 2016

I had a pleasant experience the other day while shopping at Atwoods. An elderly gentleman saw my Vietnam CPN Veteran cap and approached me and said, […]
January 22, 2016

Language with Justin: January 2016

Weather Terms: Traditionally when a storm approaches, we take a pinch of tobacco in our left hand and say a prayer asking the Creator to watch […]
January 22, 2016

FireLodge Tribal youth update: January 2016

2016 has come to The P.L.A.C.E. and with it, each of our Tribal youthmembers have set goals for the coming year. They varied, with some setting […]
January 20, 2016

FireLake Gifts featured items of the week: January 17-23, 2016

Our huge art sale continues, check out the latest prints, originals and framed pieces we’ve got. Some are originals, others are signed copies, but they’re all […]
January 20, 2016

Way Back Wednesday: 1988 Hardesty Road Widening Project

A few Way Back Wednesdays ago, we showed you a clipping from the 1988 Hownikan detailing the “historic” road agreement between the then-Citizen Band Potawatomi and […]