Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tribal Council Attends Native American Day at the Capitol

February 08, 2012 – Native American Day at the Capitol was held today where Gov. Sam Brownback signed a proclamation this morning declaring the day official  in front of several Tribal Council representatives.  Left to right, is Joyce Guerrero (PBPN), Carrie O’Toole (PBPN) … Continue reading

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Prairie Band Potawatomi to Participate in Native American Day at the Capitol Tomorrow

February 07, 2012 – MAYETTA:  The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation (PBPN) Tribal Council will participate in the first Native American Day tomorrow morning at the Capitol.  The day is being planned by Rep. Ponka-We Victors (Ponca-Tohono-O’odham) from District 103 near … Continue reading

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Aerial Views of the Reservation

February 03, 2012 – Tribal member Roy Hale and News Editor Suzi Heck took a plane ride last Wednesday to get some photos of the reservation and to fulfill a goal of Roy’s to see the reservation from the air.  … Continue reading

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Interior Seeks Comments on Cobell Land Consolidation Draft

February 02, 2012 –   WASHINGTON, D.C. –  The Department of the Interior today announced two important steps in the ongoing commitment to fulfilling this nation’s trust responsibilities to Native Americans.  Today, Interior announced the publication of a draft plan … Continue reading

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