This episode contains stories of Tribal members and CPN departments contributing to the greater community — from enacting change through leadership roles to making communication easier and encouraging others to connect with their culture through music.
Geographically, the City of McLoud has areas of lower ground, one between two housing editions, and in the past, weak signals left it as a dead spot. The new tower bridges the area and provides clear audio.
McLoud Public Schools’ students received a donation of 300 sets of headphones compatible with their Google Chromebooks from CPN’s FireLake Express Grocery.
Paid for through funds secured by CPN, a new Pottawatomie County emergency radio tower stands 395 feet high and offers the city of McLoud increased 911 and emergency radio coverage.
After obtaining a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice for new police fleet vehicles, Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Tribal Police Department purchased heavy-duty trucks to replace its Ford Crown Victorias. CPNPD recently donated six Crown Vics replaced by these new vehicles to the City of Maud, Oklahoma Baptist University, the City of Asher, Pottawatomie County Read More »
Citizen Potawatomi Nation Chairman John Barrett and Vice-Chairman Linda Capps handed over the keys for office space to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol in McLoud, Okla. The office is located just northeast of the Grand Hotel Casino Hotel and Resort and will serve as a rest stop and office space for OHP officers working along the Read More »