November 1, 2018

Truth the only option in Indian Child Welfare mission for Janet Draper

When the phone rings in the middle of the night and a Citizen Potawatomi child faces court proceedings potentially placing them in foster care, people like […]
November 1, 2018

CPN’s Kay Manning wins Ms. Senior Oklahoma 2018 crown

After competing against ten other contestants from across Oklahoma, Kay Manning of Oklahoma City took the top spot during this summer’s Ms. Senior Oklahoma Pageant at […]
October 31, 2018

The curious case of Bourassa Mill is missing scrolls

Approximately a mile southeast of Maple Hill, Kansas, along Mill Creek sits the remnants of influential Potawatomi Jude Bourassa’s gristmills. Jude’s father, Daniel Bourassa II, was […]
October 30, 2018

Trail of Death illuminated in Two-Moon Journey

In 1838, American militia members evacuate Simu-quah, a young Potawatomi girl, and the rest of her family from their village at Twin Lakes in Indiana and […]
October 29, 2018

Neil Southern carves business out of a hobby

Neil Southern’s reputation for high-quality, hand-crafted knives keeps him busy outside of his job as a FireLake Casino night-shift security officer. He began working for the […]
October 24, 2018

2018 PLP class highlights ideas for growth, improvement

Each summer, Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Potawatomi Leadership Program culminates with project presentations. The PLP counselors paired the class of 2018 together early in the six-week internship, […]
October 22, 2018

Using your voice for good

Darian Towner, House of Hope Prevention Specialist This year, many stories of sexual assault and domestic violence have come to light. We have seen its presence […]
October 19, 2018

Vocational scholarships available through Tribe’s Workforce Development & Social Services

Kandi McCracken frequently opens emails from thankful Citizen Potawatomi Nation members. As the education and learning lab counselor for CPN’s Workforce Development & Social Services Department, […]