January 4, 2016

FireLake-PBA Tournament of Champions finishes up on Super Bowl Sunday

After hosting two successful Summer Swing events, the Professional Bowlers Association is once again headed to the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. On Feb. 7, Super Bowl Sunday, […]
January 4, 2016

FireLake Gifts featured items of the week: January 4-10, 2016

Whether carrying sage or sweet grass, momentos or just every day items that need a safe place, our latest offerings of leather pouches, many of which […]
January 4, 2016

Tribal gaming has $6.9 billion impact in Oklahoma

Don’t let anyone tell you that Oklahoma’s tribal nations aren’t paying their fair share of fees and taxes to the state government. According to a report […]
December 30, 2015

2015 in photos

We take a look back with two images from each month this year to review what went on for the Tribe in 2015.  FireLake Arena hosted […]
December 30, 2015

Way Back Wednesday: Excerpt from George Winter’s journal regarding Keewaunay

Kee-wau-nay was a war chief, one of the old patriarchs of the Pottawattamies of the Wabash. The village of Kee-wau-nay and the charming lake which was […]
December 30, 2015

Tribe adds new leasing and tax coordinator position

In each stage of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s growth as an economic engine and employer, the Tribe has often tapped into assets currently used by one of the many Tribal departments […]
December 29, 2015

Jim Collard appointed to International Economic Development Council Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of the International Economic Development Council has elected Jim Collard, Ph.D., to its board of directors. “This is a great honor for […]
December 28, 2015

Wadase update: December 2015

Here in Oklahoma, we are already beginning to see migrant bald eagles coming in for the winter months. Large kettles of vultures heading south have been […]
December 28, 2015

FireLake Gifts featured items of the week: December 27, 2015 – January 4, 2016

This week’s featured items of the week are hand-made turtle shakers, or turtle rattles, commonly used in ceremonies and powwows to accompany drummers and dancing competitions. […]