January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 11-30-08

Dr. Jim Collard is the new CPN Director of Planning and Economic Development. He discusses the overview for economic development through the Nation’s Economic Development Park […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 07-27-08

The Class of 2008 Potawatomi Leadership Program students are the guests. They discuss their anticipated college experiences and careers, what they hope to glean from the […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 03-30-08

CPN member/Tribal Rolls Director/author Charles Clark discusses his book “Lynchings in Oklahoma,” which will be available to the public on July 2, 2008 and for purchase […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 11-16-08

This week’s guest, Scotty Howard, is a CPN member and a Bluegrass music musician/concert promoter. He discusses his recent induction to the Old-Time Country Music Hall […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 07-20-08

CPN member Mickki Langston of Denver discusses her business ventures, including the cyber-based company www.GeekGene.com and the Mile High Business Alliance. She also discusses her work […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 03-23-08

CPN member Winter Wolfe, who played basketball at Canadian, Oklahoma High School, played in the inaugural Native American All-Star Basketball Game in Tulsa and talks about […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 11-09-08

CPN Director of Golf Operations Chris Chesser and FireLake Golf Course Supervisor Steve Montgomery describe the FireLake improvement project that has seen rebuilding of all 18 […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 07-13-08

Ken Heupel, former college football coach and father of OU All-America QB Josh Heupel, and CPN member Jack Barrett are the guests. Heupel and Barrett discuss […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 03-16-08

CPN members Edwin Kennedy and Alvah Busey, residents of Rossville, Kansas, discuss their efforts to restore the Potawatomi cemetery at the now-ghost town Uniontown, about five […]