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 PBP Government Center & Health Center Closed Today
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 Potawatomi Tribal Fire Department Sponsors Ebola Decontamination Training
The Potawatomi Tribal Fire Department sponsored a decontamination of highly infectious diseases training yesterday that was taught by instructors from the Texas A & M Emergency Services Training Institute at the Bingo Hall.   Read More
 Winners of the Environmental Art Contest Announced
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Division of Planning and EPA recently sponsored an art contest for children and their families and the winners have been announced. Read More
 Tribal Chairperson Onnen Participates in Tribal Nations Conference in D.C.
Tribal Chairperson Liana Onnen was one of the 566 tribal leaders attending the White House Tribal Nations Conference last week in Washington, DC and was one of the leaders selected to ask a question of the Economic Development Plenary Panel on Wednesday morning. Read More
 All-Employee Meeting Held

An all-employee breakfast meeting was held this morning at the Bingo Hall where years of service awards were handed out and a gingerbread house contest was held.

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 Land Buy-Back Program Update From the DOI
In a press release today from the Department of Interior, Deputy Secretary Conner outlined accomplishments and the next tribal locations for the $1.9 billion land buy-back program.  To date nearly $225 million in accepted offers has been paid to landowners that has resulted in more than 375,000 acres to tribes.  Read More
 Tribal Victim Services Sponsors Christmas Store Gift Drive

The annual Christmas Store gift drive that collects toys and other items for families who are nominated from the community is being sponsored by the Tribal Victim Services program.  Families can be nominated until Nov. 21 and collection boxes have been set up around the reservation.  

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 Elder Center Thanksgiving Dinner Photos
Photos taken at today's Firekeepers Elder Center Thanksgiving dinner.  Read More
 Tribal Council Sponsoring Christmas Military Gift Drive
The Tribal Council is sponsoring a Christmas gift drive for military soldiers who are active members of various branches of service.   Read More
 Former Tribal Secretary the Late Jim Potter Selected for Holton Hall of Fame
The late Jim Potter who was on the Tribal Council for many years has been selected as one of five inductees into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame.  Read More
 Vets to Eat Free on Veterans Day at Casino
All veterans and military personnel can get a free meal in the Longhouse Buffet from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on November 11, Veterans Day at the Prairie Band Casino & Resort.  Read More
 Today's Election Day: Get Out the Native Vote
Today is Election Day and several Prarie Band Potawatomi Nation members.  Polls are now open until 7 p.m. tonight so get out and vote. Read More
 Rasmussen College Offers Early Honors Program for High School Seniors
The PBPN Education Department in partnership with Rasmussen College offers an Early Honors Program that lets high school seniors get college credit while receiving support from high school staff and mentors.  Read More
 Happy Halloween Photos

Several departments and programs on the reservation were seen celebrating Halloween last week and preparing for the Trunk or Treat.  

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 Facts About Ebola From the Indian Health Service

Here is some information about the Ebola virus disease from the Indian Health Service and Prairie Band Potawatomi Health Center.

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 PBPN Registers Over 100 New Voters
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation has registered over 100 voters in their nativevote.org campaign held this fall on the reservation. Read More
 National Congress of American Indians Annual Convention Coming Up
The National Congress of American Indians Annual Convention will be held next week in Atlanta.  Two members of the PBPN Tribal Council are planning to attend. Read More
 Tribal Council Attends Proclamation Signing at Capitol
Two members of Tribal Council attended a proclamation signing by Governor Sam Brownback on Oct. 24 that proclaimed November as Native American Heritage Month.  Read More
  VOTE ON NOV. 4 OR IN ADVANCE!
The Native Vote volunteer committee has issued a reminder to vote Nov. 4 and to let voters know that they can advance vote right now.   Read More
 Fall on the Rez
Photographs taken on the reservation last week by the News. Read More

 

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