February 17, 2016

CPN to start refuge for Monarch butterflies

For the past 20 years, environmental organizations have fought to keep the Monarch butterfly from going extinct. The iconic butterfly has experienced a significant population loss, […]
February 15, 2016

A League of Their Own signups underway

Registration for “A League of Their Own” are being taken now. There is a special registration form for the league outside of the typical summer league […]
February 15, 2016

Bethel STEM Club tackles earthquake challenge

A small group of high school students who have already won $10,000 for solving an environmental challenge within the community is shaking things up by tackling […]
February 15, 2016

Language with Justin: February 2016

Lots of exciting things are going on with the language department. On Wed., Feb. 24 we will be hosting our third annual Winter Storytelling Festival at […]
February 11, 2016

Growing up hungry: food insecurity’s impact on mental health

Keep the commodity cheese away from Fawn White, thanks. “I hate commod cheese,” she said. “I despise it when I hear people say, ‘Oh, I love […]
February 10, 2016

Way Back Wednesday – This month thirty years ago

This week for Way Back Wednesday we take a look back at what made the front page of the Hownikan thirty years ago this month.
February 10, 2016

Headdresses not traditional for Potawatomi

The resurgence in positive portrayals of Native American culture has come with unforeseen consequences in recent decades. A drive for purity – specifically in terms of […]
February 9, 2016

CPN-Pottawatomie County Sheriff partnership benefits area residents

When first responders receive a call for help they know their fellow agencies are listening and ready to provide backup. This is how the working relationship […]
February 8, 2016

FireLake Gifts featured items of the week: February 8-14, 2016

FireLake Gifts has an array of Pendleton Woolen Mills blankets for you and the whole family. If you would like to purchase an item, FireLake Gift […]