December 1, 2014

Crack your crick and get your fix with Dr. Jacob Leba

Injuries happen all the time. They can happen at work, at home, while playing sports or doing any number of normal activities people go through each […]
November 26, 2014

28th Annual Cans Film Festival to benefit the Salvation Army’s Holiday Food Drive.

The 28th Annual Cans Film Festival is Thursday, December 4 at 4 p.m. and will be showing the animated film “Rio 2.” The festival  benefits the Salvation […]
November 25, 2014

Chronicling the Trail of Death: Part 27

Saturday, 27 Oct. 1838 Diary of William Polke “At sunrise the ferry boats were busily plying from shore to shore. As fast as the emigrants reached […]
November 25, 2014

Avoid overeating this Thanksgiving

Tips on how to avoid overeating this holiday season. The holidays are known for having an abundant amount of comfort foods, desserts and snacks. Food is […]
November 24, 2014

Chronicling the Trail of Death: Part 26

Monday, 29 Oct. 1838 Diary of William Polke “At eight o’clock we resumed our journey—the morning being delightful and fine for travelling. At 12 we reached […]
November 21, 2014

Wadase udpdate: November 2014

At the time of the last Wadase Zhabwe update, Wadase was heading further north from the area she had been consistently staying near Ponca City, Okla. […]
November 20, 2014

CPN secures grants for the Department of Environmental Protection and Historic Preservation Office

CPN’s Department of Environmental Protection recently secured funding for the next fiscal year through a Performance Partnership Grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The grant […]
November 20, 2014

CPN secures Tribal Reentry Grant

Oklahoma locks up more women than any other state according to a 2010 statistic by The Sentencing Project. According to the same study, Oklahoma ranks third […]
November 19, 2014

Chronicling the Trail of Death: Part 25

Saturday, 27 Oct. 1838 Diary of William Polke “At sunrise the ferry boats were busily plying from shore to shore. As fast as the emigrants reached […]