April 13, 2016

Way Back Wednesday: CPN and the OTC go to the U.S. Supreme Court

In the wake of last week’s decision by an arbitrator against the State of Oklahoma‘s attempts to collect state and local sales taxes on non-tribal members […]
April 12, 2016

Gift shop featured items of the week: April 11-17, 2016

Powwow season is coming up, so get your hands on some of our authentic jewelry. This traditional, pink and purple necklace would look perfect with either […]
April 12, 2016

Trousdale serves on state advisory council

With a projected budget shortfall of more than $1 billion dollars, services funded through state tax revenues have faced steep cutbacks. Education has born its share […]
April 12, 2016

PLP Alum visits NCAI

Isaac Morris, 2014 PLP participant and current PLP counselor had a chance to shadow the employees of the National Congress of American Indians on a recent […]
April 11, 2016

Home ownership opportunities a challenge for many Native American housing programs

It’s a topic that has vexed even the most highly regarded economists and government officials; how do you incentivize a hand up before it becomes a […]
April 8, 2016

Report on two Native nation-focused issues before the U.S. Supreme Court

This article is submitted by CPN Tribal Legislator Eva Marie Carney and appears as it did in the Women’s Bar Association of D.C. April newsletter. As […]
April 7, 2016

Community Development Corporation’s Pollard donates to tax preparation services

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Community Development Corporation is not the kind of financial institution that worries financial regulators like the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau. More often […]
April 7, 2016

Potawatomi education update: April 2016

As the weather warms up and spring approaches, the time has come for eligible students to submit their application for the Potawatomi Leadership Program. Since 2003, […]
April 6, 2016

Way Back Wednesday: 19th Century War Chief Kee-wau-nay

An exceprt from the journal of Potawatomi chronicler George Winter regarding 19th century Potawatomi leader Kee-wau-nay (Prairie Chicken). “Kee-wau-nay was a war chief, one of the […]