Housing rights for domestic violence survivors

There are many barriers to safety in an abusive relationship, including difficulties finding basic needs like housing and the financial stability to meet those needs. CPN House of Hope prevention specialist Kayla Woody outlines legal protections in Oklahoma that can help.

FireLake Golf shows off new improvements

FireLake Golf is ready to welcome new golfers and show off its latest improvements, including a global positioning system. Additionally, several new catch basins allow the staff to more efficiently move water off the course, allowing play to resume more quickly after rain.

Language update: September 2023

The September update from the CPN Language Department highlights the first-of-its-kind master apprentice program that took place during the summer of 2023, as well as fall semester offerings in schools and online.

FireLodge employees work together to help

The Hownikan spoke with four FireLodge employees to learn more about what they do and how FireLodge serves the CPN community. Cortney Newell is the Indian Child Welfare comprehensive case manager. Nancy Jasna works as an Indian Child Welfare case manager. Heather Calton serves FireLodge as the family preservation coordinator. Desiree Pickering, “the money lady,” is a program analyst who works with three different departments.

Veterans report: September 2023

The September report from the CPN Veterans Organization highlights new mental health benefits available through the U.S. Air Force under the Brandon Act. This month’s Veterans Organization meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Grand House Brewing is serving up new flavors

Locally-brewed beer with innovative and unique flavors is now available at the Grand Resort & Casino through its new in-house brewery — Grand House Brewing. The new offerings include Chupacabra, a Mexican-style beer with bold flavors; Third Coast, a West-Coast citrusy IPA; and Highway 102, a light lager with a smooth finish.

PLP students encourage participation

As the annual Potawatomi Leadership Program drew to its close, the participants reflected on what they learned throughout their six weeks with Citizen Potawatomi Nation and encouraged other Potawatomi youth to apply for next year’s program.