For the past three years, Peltier descendant Casey White has served as a color commentator for radio station 105.9 KIRC, covering the Tecumseh football games every Friday night.
According to the old saying, when one door closes, another one opens. Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal member Tony Morton experienced this when Kasum Contemporary Fine Art in Oklahoma City shut its doors in November 2017. While the storefront was a steady staple in OKC’s ever-changing Plaza District, Morton and his co-owner and spouse Stacey Miller Read More »
Beau Favre built his life around a passion for the outdoors. He uses it to plan his future, get closer to his relatives and align himself with his Potawatomi heritage. A descendant of the Peltier and Bostick families, his lineage provided him the opportunity to apply for the Native Teen Guide-in-Training program held by the Read More »
Mark Hubble Born: Purcell, Oklahoma Parents: Fred and Linda Hubble Tribal member: Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Peltier family High school: Lexington High School Undergraduate: University of Oklahoma and University of Kansas, political science Law school: University of Iowa School of Law and Yale Law School, where he edited the Yale Journal on Regulation, earned the Read More »
In recent years, Oklahoma City’s interior, long neglected as the city’s periphery extended in a suburban sprawl, has seen a revival. The Plaza District, lying in the neighborhoods northwest of downtown Oklahoma City is one such area, with a Potawatomi-owned business right at the heart of the district. Tribal member Tony Morton, a member of Read More »