February 5, 2016

The CPN Family Preservation Program under Desiree Coffey

The Citizen Potawatomi Indian Child Welfare Department has one of the toughest challenges in Indian Country, providing services and interventions on behalf of some of the Tribe’s most in-need citizens. The department’s […]
February 4, 2016

FireLake Discount Foods committed to retail excellence one customer at a time

Since opening in 2001, FireLake Discount Foods has developed a reputation for being committed to low prices. Although this commitment has served the store well, management believed it was time to build […]
February 3, 2016

Way Back Wednesday – Historical ,aps of Tribal Oklahoma and the State of Sequoyah

This week for Way Back Wednesday we take a look back at two maps showing the history of Oklahoma, and the almost-history of the proposed State […]
February 3, 2016

Tribal Legislature to be upgraded with latest meeting technology

Citizen Potawatomi Nation boasts one of the country’s only digital tribal governments, allowing representatives from across the U.S. to meet via teleconference and conduct legislative meetings […]
February 1, 2016

FireLake Gifts featured items of the week: February 1-7, 2016

Valentine’s Day is getting closer and FireLake Gifts has an array of items for that special someone in your life.  If you would like to purchase […]
February 1, 2016

One year in, BDC continues bright future operating under HEARTH Act

In March 2015, Citizen Potawatomi Nation welcomed the BDC Gun Room under a HEARTH Act lease. Thanks to the federal legislation, private companies that have long […]
January 29, 2016

Woody Crumbo and the Bacone Style

Amidst the economic and agricultural slump that hit the Great Plains in the 1920s – long preceding the Great Depression to follow the 1929 stock market […]
January 28, 2016

Lizard Light Productions blends traditional art with contemporary methods

Famed Potawatomi artist Woody Crumbo made his name in the art world with his Southwest inspired paintings. Crumbo lived in Taos, New Mexico throughout the majority […]
January 27, 2016

Way Back Wednesday: Potawatomi chronicler George Winter

This week we look at a man responsible for chronicling much of what we know about the Potwatomi during the early Removal Period of the 1800s, […]