Monthly Archives: January 2019

Call for Committee Members

The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation has several committee openings. Enrolled tribal members are eligible to fill these openings. Title XII Committee – 5 positions A newly established committee in which members will review Title XII for compliance with any new guidance … Continue reading

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Royal Valley Recognizes Potawatomi Culture

  On Friday, January 25, 2019, Royal Valley Unified School District #337 in collaboration with the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation hosted a tribal culture extravaganza at the Royal Valley High School Gymnasium in Hoyt, Kansas. The Royal Valley School District … Continue reading

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Prairie Band, LLC Board of Directors Opening

      Prairie Band, LLC, the economic development company wholly owned by the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation (PBPN), has one (1) opening for its Board of Directors. MISSION The Prairie Band, LLC mission is to maximize the unique sovereign … Continue reading

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Understanding Our Government: PBPN Taxes

Understanding Our Government: PBPN Taxes By: Michelle Simon The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Tax Commission is the Nation’s designated taxing authority. The commission consists of three individuals appointed by Tribal Council along with a fourth role, that of Tax Director. … Continue reading

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PBPN Partners with RHINO Fitness

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A Look At Our Land: Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Land Office

The Prairie Band Potawatomi, along with the Citizen Potawatomi, were initially established in Kansas on 576,000 acres of land, due to actions of the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Within 40 years, that area was reduced to the present day … Continue reading

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Inclement Weather Preparedness & Resources

The Tribal Emergency Response Committee (TERC) would like to remind the PBPN Community to be prepared for inclement weather. Stay home – inclement weather can impact roadways and increase accidents when traveling. Stay home if possible. Check on your elders … Continue reading

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Tribal Victim Services Program Community Survey

The PBPN Tribal Victim Services Program is seeking information on your experience about the availability of resources for victims of crime in our community. Your anonymous answers on this survey will help the Victim Services staff to draft an action … Continue reading

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Royal Valley Schools to Recognize PBP Nation at Cultural Extravaganza

Mayetta, KS – On Friday, January 25, 2019, Royal Valley Unified School District #337 in collaboration with the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation is hosting a tribal culture extravaganza at the Royal Valley High School Gymnasium, 101 East 1st Street, Hoyt, … Continue reading

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PBPN PD Minivan Auction

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