August 21, 2017

CPN Veterans report: August 2017

Bozho, During the CPN Festival in June we signed up about 80 members. Many veterans, tribal members and spouses of tribal members were excited about becoming […]
August 19, 2017

Keep these tips in mind to beat the heat and stay safe this summer

August 18, 2017

CPN-owned First National Bank & Trust Co. honored for charitable influence

The United States’ largest tribally-owned bank, First National Bank & Trust Co., was among some of Oklahoma’s most well-known businesses and non-profits honored at the 2017 […]
August 17, 2017

Optometry clinic grows with Dr. McLaughlin

With the expansive growth the CPN Health Services have experienced in the last decade, there always seem to be new facilities, health sectors and health providers […]
August 16, 2017

Tribal member accepted into Native leadership program

Tribal member and Citizen Potawatomi Nation employee, Morganne Lyon, has been accepted into the Leadership Native Oklahoma Program. The program aims to bring together Native American […]
August 15, 2017

Andy Arrasmith can create your worst nightmare

Monsters, zombies, ghouls or goblins, whatever you are afraid of…this Citizen Potawatomi tribal member can bring it to life. Andy Arrasmith has been a special effects […]
August 14, 2017

FireLake Discount Foods revamp brings new offerings for customers

Shoppers at FireLake Discount Foods have had to navigate large scale renovations in recent months, as the nation’s largest tribally-owned grocery store revamped its interior for […]
August 11, 2017

Wallace excels with help of tribal scholarship

Tribal member Garrett Wallace is an Enid, Oklahoma native who recently finished his first year at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. He is studying physics […]
August 10, 2017

Artwork by a Hoogstraten draws national attention; but not the one you may think

Many Citizen Potawatomi know – if only by sight alone – the work of renowned tribal member and photographer Sharon Hoogstraten. Over the years she has […]