Bureau Of Indian Affairs
A 21-year-old New Town, N.D., man died Saturday morning on Highway 4 near Lame Deer when his 2009 Dodge pickup rolled.
Federal officials are continuing their investigation into human remains found earlier this month on the Crow Reservation.
HELENA — Federal officials have threatened to cut off funding to the Blackfeet courts after finding unqualified and unvetted judges, prosecutors and staff running an unstable system that denies due process to those who appear before it and is overly influenced by tribal leaders.
The Billings Area Indian Health Service is coming under increased scrutiny, with U.S. Sens. Jon Tester and John Walsh requesting that the Government Accountability Office conduct a formal investigation of the federal agency.
Less than 18 months after being named director of the Billings Area Indian Health Service, a frustrated and emotional Anna Whiting-Sorrell has resigned, saying the challenges the federal agency faces are “great.”
HARDIN — Doyle Jones brought 200 blank applications for job-seekers at the Two Rivers Detention Facility.
A Louisiana corrections company plans a job fair April 16 at the Two Rivers Detention Facility in Hardin in an effort to find up to 115 employees to operate a therapeutic treatment center for Bureau of Indian Affairs inmates, beginning as early as May 15.
Billings livestock breeder James Leachman is suing federal Bureau of Indian Affairs officials over the seizure and sale of more than 800 horses he owned, claiming his rights were violated.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is assisting the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Fremont County Coroner in an investigation into the death of an infant on the Wind River Indian Reservation, the FBI reported Monday.
CASPER, Wyo. — Anthony Herrera was in handcuffs after tribal law enforcement busted him in 2011 with large quantities of marijuana on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
LAME DEER — Malinda Harris Limberhand paused and the crowded house went quiet, except for the sound of her grandson, 18-month-old Jeremiah Harris, chattering and playing close by.
With 333,580 acres of federal land in Custer County, the U.S. government is a very large landowner, and quite possibly a major freeloader of local government services if Congress opts not to chip in this year.
Three men were found dead in Big Horn County after the car they were in was located submerged in water off Highway 313 on Tuesday afternoon, according to the Montana Highway Patrol.
PABLO – Services available to its members through the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes won’t be impacted by the federal government shutdown – not this week, anyway, according to CSKT spokesman Rob McDonald.
Add Montana sexual and domestic violence shelters to the list of services vulnerable to the federal government shutdown.
American Indian tribes have more than access to national parks on the line with the government shutdown, as federal funding has been cut off for crucial services including foster care payments, nutrition programs and financial assistance for the needy.
Billings livestock breeder James Leachman is appealing the jail sentence he received for abusing his horses to the Montana Supreme Court.
An opposition group pushed for the ouster of Blackfeet Tribal Business Council members Tuesday during a rally outside the tribal offices that attendees said led to at least six arrests.
LAME DEER — What began with the unsolved death of 21-year-old Hanna Harris near here earlier this summer culminated Monday with as many as 200 people marching through town demanding justice for the victims of unsolved murders on American Indian reservations across the country.
Nearly 200 Northern Cheyenne tribal members joined Malinda Harris Limberhand on Monday as she organized a march for her daughter Hanna, age 21, who was found dead outside Lame Deer in July. Limberhand says the current tribal justice system is broken and wants more action from tribal official…