July 24, 2019

Dale Rogers Training Center’s partnership promotes growth and independence

As CPN continues to flourish and positively influence the local economy, the Tribe seeks partnerships that foster workforce development such as a collaboration with the Oklahoma City-based nonprofit Dale Rogers Training Center.
July 23, 2019

Métis artist’s work calls out for missing and murdered Indigenous women

Canadian Métis artist Jaime Black has been displaying her installation exhibit The REDress Project, which recognizes the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women, at public spaces and art museums for a decade.
July 22, 2019

US Fish and Wildlife Service information for Gathering 2019

Any Native American entering the country with any part of an animal/bird of a protected species (i.e. bald eagle) will be required to complete a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Form 3-177.
July 22, 2019

CPN welcomes Natural Resources Conservation Service workshop on sustainable agriculture

The NRCS workshop helped attendees understand the development of agricultural practices over the past two decades and presented steps to reduce their domestic environmental impact.
July 19, 2019

May honored as distinguished social worker alumni by East Central University

CPN Indian Child Welfare Administrative Officer Ashlee May recently received a commendation from her alma mater, East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, for her service at both the House of Hope and ICW.
July 18, 2019

Potawatomi verbs: How and when to use them

The July 2019 language update from CPN Language Department Director Justin Neely covers the four main Potawatomi verbs: intransitive, transitive, independent and conjunct.
July 17, 2019

Dawkins ascends Tribal police ranks to lieutenant

On May 3, 2019, longtime Tribal employee Angie Dawkins was the focus of a promotion ceremony recognizing her advancement to the rank of lieutenant.
July 16, 2019

Evans family opens household to foreign exchange students

Tribal member and Bruno family descendant Tricia Evans thought hosting foreign exchange students would be fun. A few years after her family welcomed their first guest, she accepted a job with International Student Exchange Programs, an international nonprofit that fills opportunities between the United States and the rest of the globe.
July 15, 2019

Little Turtle’s War and Native America’s greatest victory over American forces

St. Clair’s Defeat during the Northwest Indian War is known as the largest triumph for Native American forces against the United States Army.