June 9, 2017

Day of Champions Football and Sports Skills Camp at FireLake after Festival

The Day of Champions Football and Sports Skills Camp is set to return to Shawnee this June. The camp is co-hosted by Citizen Potawatomi Nation and […]
June 8, 2017

Use money windfalls to create better financial footing

What do jackpots, tax returns, bonuses, and extra paychecks have in common? They are all usually misused. A windfall of money is when a household acquires […]
June 8, 2017

Candidates for CPN Legislative District 4 – 2017 Tribal Elections

Name: Jon E. Boursaw, Wetase Mkoh (Brave Bear) Potawatomi family: Bourassa and Ogee Residence: Topeka, Kansas Education: Highland Park High School (Kansas), Washburn University, U.S. Air […]
June 7, 2017

Candidates for CPN Legislative District 3 – 2017 Tribal Elections

Name: Bob Whistler, Bmashi (He Soars)  Potawatomi family: Bourassa Residence: Bedford, Texas Education: Arkansas City High School (Kansas), San Diego City College, California State University Los […]
June 6, 2017

Candidate for CPN Legislative District 2

Name: Eva Marie Carney, Ojindiskwe (Blue Bird Woman) Potawatomi family: Juneau Residence: Arlington, Virginia Education: Homewood High School (Alabama), University of San Francisco, Stanford Law School […]
June 6, 2017

Candidate for CPN Legislative District 1

Name: Roy V. Slavin, Netagtege (Forever Planting) Potawatomi family: Slavin Residence: Kansas City, Missouri Education: U.S. Army Radio Operator School – Ft. Monmouth, N.J., U.S. Army […]
June 5, 2017

Candidates for CPN Tribal Chairman

Name: John Rocky Barrett, Keweoge (He Leads Them Home) Potawatomi family: Peltier and Bourassa Residence: Shawnee, Oklahoma Education: Shawnee High School, University of Oklahoma, Princton University, […]
June 2, 2017

Bye’bidgek gde-wigwamem Bode’wadmik

Each June, Citizen Potawatomi from across the world travel to the tribal headquarters in Pottawatomie County,  Oklahoma to celebrate their shared heritage and forge closer ties […]
May 30, 2017

$10k CPN donation helps provide Tecumseh P.D. active shooter protection

Tecumseh’s finest will have one more line of protection should the worst happen thanks to a $10,000 contribution from the Citizen Potawatomi Nation to the police […]