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 News    July 22, 2021 

Tecumseh Police Reports

• On July 14 Officer McCormick met with Cody Dougan who came into the Tecumseh Police Department...

 
 By Galen Hawes    News    July 15, 2021

County Approves Education Tax Monies To Pay For Yearly Needs

Pottawatomie County Emergency Management Director Chad Larman informed the commissioners that even t...

 

CPN Offers One-On-One Virtual Or In Person Language Classes

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Police Department Sgt. Chris Berry makes his way to the Cultural Heritage...

 

Veterans Celebrate Independence Day In A Parade

A short July 4th parade wound its way through downtown Shawnee on Monday morning, July 5, and was...

 

CPN Chairman Barrett Sworn In

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Chairman John A. "Rocky" Barrett easily won a tenth term as head of one...

 

Shawnee Forward Elects New Officers

Shawnee Forward hosted its annual board meeting Wednesday, June 16, at the Ritz Theatre with awards...

 

Excellence In Financial Reporting Awarded To CPN

The Government Finance Officers Association awarded the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Accounting...

 
 By GLORIA TROTTER    News    June 10, 2021

Kraft And Barrett Face Off In A Historical Election

An historic election is shaping up for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, as longtime Chairman John A....

 

Bradley Recognized As Shawnee Schools Teacher Of The Year

Among eight finalists, Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal member and special education teacher Sandra...

 

CPN Attempt To Gain Possession of Potawatomi Census Book

The Potawatomi census book of 1862 remains a vital foundational document for the Citizen Potawatomi...

 

HB 1775 Puts Students One Step Closer To Controlling Classrooms

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: While HB 1775 does not contain the words "Critical Race Theory," the...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    April 29, 2021

Businesses React To Mask Mandate Expiration

Although the City of Shawnee's mask mandate will expire tomorrow (Friday, April 30), Shawnee...

 

CPN Adds 105 Acres Of Cover Crops To Ag Operations

By MARY BELLE ZOOK CPN Public Information Department Late winter and spring marks the time of year...

 

CPN Replaces Old Sign At Charles Martin Park

Those who live in the area of North Third Street in Tecumseh, and know about Charles Martin Park...

 

Fonda Kay (Wilson) Loftis

Fonda Kay (Wilson) Loftis died peacefully at her home in Shawnee, OK, on Sunday, April 11, 2021,...

 

CPN Delivers 10,000 Vaccine Shots

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation (CPN) recently celebrated an important milestone in the fight against... Full story

 

A Party Awaits With A Birthday Box From Nevaeh

Nevaeh Alber, of Shawnee, is only six years old, but she has already accomplished a lot. One of six...

 

CPN Creates Wetland Project Near Eagle Aviary

By MARY BELLE ZOOK CPN Public Information Department Across the globe, people recognize March 22 as...

 

Mr. Water

Water - or the lack or water - has been an issue in Oklahoma for as long as anyone can remember....

 

FireLake Golf Course Provides Socially Distanced Fun

By PAIGE WILLETT CPN Public Information According to the National Golf Foundation, more people playe...

 

One Safe Place Relocates

Winter storm damage has displaced the One Safe Place Family Justice Center, forcing them to move on...

 

Education Is The Best Tool To Stop Cycles Of Harm

By PAIGE WILLETT CPN Public Information February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and...

 

Shop With A Cop Helps A Record Number Of Families

By PAIGE WILLETT CPN Public Information   In early December, kids, guardians and law enforcement...

 

What Is In A Name?

Webster defines "savages" as "not domesticated or under human control," "untamed," "lacking the...

 

Wilsie Announces Retirement Plans To Board

The resignation of Tecumseh's superintendent for the past 25 years, Tom Wilsie, was accepted during...

 

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