March 2023 submissions from Tribal Executives and Legislators.
February 2023 Legislative and Executive columns.
January 2023 Executive and Legislative columns.
This month’s Executive and Legislative columns discuss the stakes of the on-going U.S. Supreme Court case, Brackeen v. Haaland; the Nation’s impact in the local community; recent District meetings; and thoughts and well wishes for the new year.
CPN Executive Officers and Legislators’ September 2022 columns.
CPN District Legislators’ August 2022 columns.
Bozho nikan (Hello friend), I know some of our members are still in the clutch of winter, but we have busted out into spring and summer here. By the time this goes to print, I am sure I will have had to mow my grass a time or two. The joys of living down south. Read More »
Bozho nikanek (Hello friends), Interesting history about Tribal membership I am often asked questions about the history of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and our standard for who can be a citizen of our Tribe. As most readers are aware, to be on our rolls, a person needs to prove direct descendancy to a person or Read More »
Bozho nikan (Hello friend), I would like to take a minute and thank Chairman Barrett for his column last month. Last year’s fire season in California was the roughest one of my 38-year career. I am blessed to have a career that I love. It is what I have wanted to do since I was Read More »
Bozho nikanek (Hello friends), Greetings from the Central Valley of the Golden State! Late season’s rain has had a significant impact on seasonal rainfall totals. While still below average, any improvement to rainfall totals is critical and definitely beneficial at this juncture. Citrus is in full bloom now. The smell of orange blossom is magnificent, Read More »