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Trousdale: Learning To Lead

By PAIGE WILLETT CPN Public Information Office In March 2019, Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal...


2020 Fireflight Balloon Festival Cancelled

Out of an abundance of caution and concern for public safety, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation (CPN)...


Grand Casino Reopens With Limited Hours

Grand Casino Hotel and Resort reopened to the public Friday, May 22. Hours are limited and patron...

 By Jennifer Pitts    Virus    April 30, 2020

Testing Continues At Three Local Sites

Just five tests. That's the number of COVID-19 tests reportedly administered by the Pottawatomie... Full story


FireLake Foods Reserves First Hour For Seniors

To better serve those most vulnerable to COVID-19, FireLakeFoods has reserved the first hour of... Full story


CPN Tribal Health Services Is Ahead Of The Curve

Though Oklahoma's first COVID-19 case wasn't identified until March 6, Citizen Potawatomi Nation... Full story

 By Jennifer Pitts    Virus    April 23, 2020


April 23, 2020 – As plans to begin reopening parts of Oklahoma’s economy are currently... Full story

 By Jennifer Pitts    Virus    April 16, 2020

Less Than 600 Tests Administered Countywide

There are currently three community-testing sites in Pottawatomie County for COVID-19. According to... Full story

 By Suzie Campbell    Virus    March 19, 2020

Covid-19 Changed The World

“The world changed last week for everybody,” said City of Shawnee and Pottawatomie County... Full story

 By GLORIA TROTTER    News    March 12, 2020

Local Tribal Leaders Focus On Economic Impact Of Tribes

More than 100 people in the Sky Lab at Gordon Cooper Technology Center last Friday who expected...


CPN Joins Federal Gaming Lawsuit

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation has asked Chief Judge Timothy D. DeGiusti to permit it to join the...


Native American Leaders Unite Against Renegotiations

Local Native American leaders last week reaffirmed their united stance against Gov. Kevin Stitt’s...


Museum Gala Is The Party Of The Century

The Party of the Century is tomorrow night (Friday, Dec. 6). To celebrate the 100th anniversary of...


2019 Visionary Leader Award Bestowed On Shane Jett

Shane D. Jett, CEO of the Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation, recently received...


CPN Breaks Ground At Iron Horse

Tribal leaders, Congressional representatives and local officials welcomed Canadian firm Pro-Pipe...


CPN Officer Leads Efforts To Eradicate Feral Hogs

Due to the destructive behavior of wild boar - accounting for more than $1.5 to $2.5 billion in...


Artist Uses Unusual Canvas For Balloon Festival Art

Entering its third year, organizers of the FireLake Fireflight Balloon Festival decided to crack a f...


CPN Files Opioid Lawsuit

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma, represented by the law firm of Fulmer Sill, has filed a...


Mission Hill Deeded Back To Citizen Potawatomi Nation

After years of negotiations, the paper work was finally signed at the Pottawatomie County Board of...

 By Suzie Campbell    News    January 3, 2019

Deal Okayed To Give Mission Hill Property Back To Potawatomis

After six years, outgoing District Attorney Richard Smothermon was able to wrap up negotiations...


Arnold To Look At Cost Of Consolidating 911, Again

The Pottawatomie County Board of Commissioners approved the purchase of four Elkay water cooler bott...


CPN Negotiate A Landmark Compact For Alcohol Sales

Oklahoma Secretary of Native American Affairs Chris Benge commended the work by state leaders and...


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