Monthly Archives: September 2016

Supplemental Bison Meat for PBPN Elders

September 30, 2016 – Attention all PBPN Tribal Elders: The Land Management Department/Bison Program has changed the schedule for the October supplemental distribution of bison meat. The normal distribution dates were set for 10/3 to 10/6. Distribution is now scheduled … Continue reading

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Advance Voting Station on PBPN Reservation

September 29, 2016 – The Native Vote Committee and the Jackson County Clerk’s Office have partnered to establish an advanced voting station on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Reservation in an effort to increase the accessibility to voters. The Fire Keepers … Continue reading

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We-Ta-Se Powwow in Review

September 27, 2016 – Annual We-Ta-Se Powwow in Review The PBPN American Legion We-Ta-Se Post 410 held their annual powwow celebration at Prairie Peoples Park, Saturday, September 24, 2016. In total, 47 veterans registered at the event, the bulk of … Continue reading

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PBCR Gaming Expansion: Phase II Complete

September 16, 2016 – PBCR Gaming Expansion is Complete! Pictured are (Left to Right) Ryan Rose Slot Floor Manager, Larry Mzhickteno PBPN Gaming Commissioner, Camilla Chouteau PBPN TC Secretary, Amanda Barbosa PBPN TC Treasurer, Ryan Bandt PBCR General Manager, Denise … Continue reading

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PBPN Accepting Donations for Standing Rock

September 09, 2016 – The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation is committed to supporting the efforts of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the peaceful protectors joined in the stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The PBP Nation is currently accepting … Continue reading

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PBPN Sends Supplies to Standing Rock

September 01, 2016 – “PBPN Supports Standing Rock” The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is currently in a fight to protect their land, their water, their sacred sites and their lives. The environmental threats to the Standing Rock Sioux community have … Continue reading

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