March 26, 2019

Navarre’s Great Lakes regional influence still stands today

A cabin built by South Bend’s first European settler, Pierre Navarre, sits in northern Indian. As a fur trader and American Fur Company agent, Navarre built relationships with the Potawatomi and married Kis-naw-kwe, the daughter of a Potawatomi headman.
September 12, 2018

High-tech in Tecumseh, Nations Laboratory Services brings new technology to Citizen Potawatomi Nation

Nations Laboratory Services, LLC recently opened a new location in Tecumseh, Oklahoma, under the commercial lease regulations of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. NLS is a moderate […]
July 26, 2018

Persistence proves key to wrestler’s success

Citizen Potawatomi Nation member Bennett Moudy signed his letter of intent to wrestle for the U.S. Naval Academy in Maryland. He ended his high school career […]
December 5, 2017

Drive all day: With a sports resume built on leading high school and college championship games, New York Knick Ron Baker also credits his native heritage for his success

Ron Baker has long been aware of his Native American heritage. It’s woven through his character and his competitive-yet-thoughtful attitude. It also played an important role […]
September 13, 2017

CPN journalist wins Oklahoma Press Association award for sports reporting

A Citizen Potawatomi was among those honored for his work in journalism at this year’s Oklahoma Press Association awards gala. Rodney Haltom is a sports editor […]
June 12, 2015

Potawatomi author Bob Sander to speak at Vietnam Vets Banquet

In February 1971, hundreds of U.S. Army and Air Force aircraft took part in an operation to sever one of the main arteries supplying weapons and […]