October 21, 2015

Way Back Wednesday: A Citizen Potawatomi historical fact sheet

This week in Way Back Wednesday we share a Citizen Potawatomi Fact sheet produced by the heritage center staff for a CPN leadership course.
October 21, 2015

Language with Justin: October 2015

We are keeping busy in the language department. We recently created and made public a self -paced online ‘Beginning Potawatomi I’ course. The address for the […]
October 20, 2015

FireLake Golf Course favorite Colton Sonsala coaches at CPN wellness camp

Regulars of FireLake Golf Course often see course staff members and other CPN employees finishing off a round in the company of a skinny young man […]
October 19, 2015

Housing Department’s One Time Grant Program going strong: October 2015

With 16 years of success, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Housing Department’s one time grant is the most requested homeownership program the Tribe runs. Evolving over the […]
October 19, 2015

FireLake Gifts featured item of the week: October 19-25, 2015

Check out these collectible dolls and stuffed animals that would make great gifts for the grandkids or for the sitting room sofa this Christmas. FireLake Gift […]
October 16, 2015

Learn traditional Native teachings with the Rabbit and Bear Paws series

Chad Solomon, a citizen of the Henvey Inlet First Nation, located in Ontario, Canada, is an author who writes and draws a series of graphic novels, […]
October 15, 2015

It’s more than just survival: Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 2015

Begun in 1981 by the Coalition Against Domestic Violence, organizations around the country spend each October raising awareness of the scourge of domestic violence. In Pottawatomie […]
October 14, 2015

CPN-Pottawatomie County 911 Dispatch Center complete

Pottawatomie County residents, in the late hours of October 13 a major change in the area’s 911 dispatching services went through without a single problem arising. […]
October 14, 2015

Way Back Wednesday: Massaw, great grandmother of Jim Thorpe

Massaw, great grandmother of Wathohuk [Jim Thorpe], was an influential and distinguished chieftess whose presence carried weight in councils, a right customarily reserved for males. She […]