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 Notice on Road Closure for Repair
Road 158 between J and K is closed for repair.   Read More
 Ethics Commission Election Results
Unofficial Ethics Commission Election results. Read More
 Special Tribute Paid to Prairie Band Potawatomi's Jim Potter by Banner Creek Science Center Board

Former Tribal Council Secretary Jim Potter (deceased) was honored in Holton for his service on the Banner Creek Science Center Board last night.

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 Prairie Band LLC Open House Snaps
Prairie Band, LLC held an open house today at its headquarters at 190th Rd and U.S. Highway 75.  Read More
 PBPN Elders Win Bronze in Bowling at National Senior Games
Emery Hale and Arlene Wahwasuck took third place for a Bronze medal in bowling at the National Senior Games in Minnesota recently. Read More
 158 Road Now Open
Jeannie Howley, Road & Bridge Specialist, announced that 158 Road is now open and detour signs have been removed.  Read More
 Ethics Commission Election Coming Up
The Ethics Commission Election will be held Saturday at 9:15 a.m. at the Bingo Hall. Read More
 Obama Signs Kansas Disaster Declaration
President Obama has declared federal aid for local storm recovery efforts in Kansas and the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation will receive part of that aid.  Read More
 Prairie Band Firefighter Wins Toughest Competitor Alive at World Police and Fire Games
Bruce Coates who works for the Potawatomi Tribal Fire Department won a gold medal in the Toughest Competitor Alive category in the 40-49 year old heavy weight category at the Fairfax World Police and Fire Games.    Read More
 PBPN Land Buy-Back Program Completes Sales
The Prairie Band Land Buy-Back Program has completed its sales and no longer taking offers.  Offer packages that were postmarked by June 8 are being processed.  Read More
 Dorothy Kiyukan New Gaming Commissioner
Dorothy Kiyukan was sworn in to office as a Gaming Commissioner this morning at the Bingo Hall. Read More
 PBPN Charitable Contributions Ceremony
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation held its 2nd Quarter Charitable Contributions Ceremony on July 9 and donated $70,800 to 21 organizations.  Read More
 Learning Language Fun
The Language Department is offering different class topics and times this summer to spice things up and to offer fun for all. Read More
 NCAI Mid Year Conference Update
Three Tribal Council officers are attending the National Congress of American Indians 2015 Mid Year Conference in St. Paul, Minnesota this week.  Read More
 DOI Announces Final Federal Recognition Process to Acknowledge Indian Tribes
The DOI has announced an updated rule that will reform the regulatory process by which the Department of Interior officially recognizes Indian tribes.  Read More
 158 Rd Partial Closure Update
Road & Bridge recently released a statement that 158 Rd between O Road and P Road continues to be closed for a major repair. Read More
 Tribal Website Wins Best Online Digital Publication Award
The tribal website has won an award as Best Online Digital Publication by the Native American Journalists Association.  Read More
 Ethics Commission Election Ballots in the Mail
Ballots for the upcoming Ethics Commission Election were mailed June 10.  Read More
 Update on Road Closures on the Reservation
Here is an update on the partial or full road closures on the reservation.  Read More
 Pow-wow Winners

Winners list from Prairie Band Potawatomi pow-wow last weekend

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 Pow wow On!

Pow wow competition began at 3 p.m. today and weather permitting will continue into tomorrow.

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 It's BBQ and Powwow Time!
This weekend is a big one on the Prairie Band reservation with a BBQ contest and festival at the casino and the PBPN annual powwow to be held. Read More
 Tribal Police Department Hold Open House
The Tribal Police Department held an open house today that drew a large crowd. Read More


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