February 12, 2019

Examining trauma provides insight into mental health disparities and poverty across Indian Country

Exposure to adverse, distressing events such as forced removal and cultural loss across multiple generations can manifest in anxiety, depression and other mental illnesses.
February 11, 2019

CBD products now available

Recently, four Citizen Potawatomi Nation enterprises began selling several locally produced CBD products.
February 8, 2019

On writing with George Godfrey

Tribal elder George Godfrey takes inspiration from CPN history and culture to write non-fiction books as well as fictional and historical fiction novels.
February 7, 2019

“Bourassa the Interpreter” spoke often for Potawatomi of Indiana and Kansas

Joseph Napoleon Bourassa used his affinity and enjoyment of languages to represent the Potawatomi in dealings with the federal government.
February 6, 2019

CPN locations achieve designation as Blue Zones Project Approved worksites

Several Citizen Potawatomi Nation worksite locations recently received approval from the Blue Zones Project, meaning the Tribe helps employees make healthier choices daily.
February 5, 2019

Sunday looks out for Kansas animals at Heartland Veterinary Health Center

Tribal member Amy Sunday owns and operates her own veterinary practice in Holton, Kansas, after deciding to pursue a rural lifestyle following college.
February 4, 2019

Tribe’s 60 year battle over Mission Hill comes to a close

CPN and the Pottawatomie Board of County Commissioners reach agreement over longtime discussions of Mission Hill property ownership.
January 30, 2019

Saving ‘the good seed’

Potawatomi began eating wild rice after settling around the Great Lakes between 800 and 1,300 years ago. It was a staple of their diet and society, and harvest and processing it required everyone’s participation.
January 28, 2019

Chittum’s dedication to service propels career at FireLake

Ashley Chittum began working for the Tribe over a decade ago as a FireLake Discount Foods grocery bagger, recently transferring to the Tribal administrative accounting department.