Cedric Black Eagle
A Crow advocacy group is unhappy with a decision to allow a tribal legislator to remain in office even though he has pleaded guilty to a federal felony charge.
Crow tribal members convicted of or indicted for white-collar crimes against the Crow Tribe shouldn't be able to work for the tribe.
Drought, lightning and bad luck turned the 2012 fire season into Montana’s worst in more than 100 years, making it one of the biggest news stories of the past year.
WASHINGTON — As a freshman senator campaigning for president in May of 2008, Barack Obama made a stop on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana, where he became part of a new family.
Crow Tribal Chairman Cedric Black Eagle has lodged a protest over the recent tribal election in which he was defeated.
In Saturday voting, members of the Crow Tribe ousted Chairman Cedric Black Eagle and elected Darrin Old Coyote as their new leader to serve a four-year term.
The list of candidates for executive office in the Crow Tribe has been narrowed after Saturday's primary election.
GARRYOWEN -- Tribal leaders gathered on the banks of the Little Bighorn River near here to launch a new chapter in the storied history of Crow Country.
On weekdays in Pryor, 60 senior adults get a hearty meal at the Baahpua Senior Citizens Center operated by the Crow Tribe.
Candidates for the executive offices of the Crow Tribe have been announced.
Clean water for residents of the Crow Reservation will become a reality after a signing ceremony Thursday.
CROW AGENCY — If Sen. Max Baucus wanted real-life examples of the problems with the Crow-Northern Cheyenne Hospital, he got them Wednesday.
Livestock losses to Montana wildfires are still being sorted out a month after the blazes erupted.
Crow tribal leaders, the state of Montana and the U.S. Department of Interior signed an agreement Friday that aims to resolve longstanding grievances over shortages of water for drinking and crops on the tribe's arid reservation.
Progress toward building a new visitor center at Little Bighorn National Battlefield hasn't ground to a halt, but movement can be hard to detect.
CROW AGENCY — With the hiring of key people, the Crow Tribe has taken another step toward rehabilitating the reservation's irrigation system.
When Crow tribal chairman Cedric Black Eagle traveled to Washington, D.C., for a recent meeting, he visited with federal officials about the recent spate of violence on the Crow Reservation.
It’s been a long six months for Lodge Grass.
Crow Tribal Chairman Cedric Black Eagle is from Lodge Grass. The small community of 500 has survived a summer flood followed by a trio of crimes, including a triple homicide. Tribal, local and law enforcement officials are working on restoring peace to the town.
From left to right, T.R., Thea and Stephanie Little Light are congratulated by Crow Tribal Chairman Cedric Black Eagle on Wednesday in Crow Agency after receiving keys to a new trailer to replace their home that was destroyed in the spring floods.