August 19, 2015

Way Back Wednesday: August 19, 2015 – 1912 Postcard of Potawatomi Indians in Shawnee

The below examples are the front and back of a real photo postcard acquired by the CHC archives in summer 2015. Despite the message on the […]
August 18, 2015

Imagination Playground inspires all ages

Today, while more American youth seem to be captivated by the latest technological advancement than the neighborhood playground, one company is working to change thatperception. National […]
August 17, 2015

Lankford-backed bill seeks to clarify tribal sovereignty from NLRB overreach

Challenges to tribal sovereignty come in many shapes and sizes at the local, state and federal level. A recent trend in Indian Country has been jurisdictional […]
August 17, 2015

FireLake Gifts featured item of the week: August 16-22, 2015

  This week’s FireLake Gifts featured items of the week are hand-crafted CPN Seal Beaded Medallions, each with unique designs and colors. The medallions are worn […]
August 14, 2015

Behavioral Health Services offering support for those suffering from grief

The loss of a loved one can be a devastating experience, and in many instances can result in a normal time of grieving. Yet for some, […]
August 13, 2015

Tribal member Michelle Slavin teaching conservation in Uganda

For more than six years, a Citizen Potawatomi Tribal member has worked in Uganda to promote conservation efforts in one of Africa’s fastest growing countries. Michelle […]
August 12, 2015

Way Back Wednesday: August 12, 2015 – Bicentinnial Edition of the Hownikan

As the end of powwow season approaches, we look back at the bicentennial edition of the Hownikan published in June, 1975 which promoted that year’s powwow, […]
August 10, 2015

FireLake Gifts featured item of the week: August 9-15, 2015

This week’s items are hand crafted by CPN member Sam Upton. Upton is a self-taught artist who began wood working in 2006, with his wood of […]
August 6, 2015

Iranian-Mexican-Citizen Potawatomi writer finds an audience in Oklahoma City

Fueled by an oilfield boom, the Oklahoma City metropolitan area largely weathered the Great Recession that inundated other parts of the country. The recent drop in […]