CROW AGENCY – The Crow Tribe crowned and installed nine girls as Crow Fair Royalty for 2015 during a ceremony Wednesday marked by sage words of advice from tribal elders and colorful, intricately constructed costumes worn by the princesses themselves.
Images from the opening ceremonies of the 96th Annual Crow Fair on Thursday in Crow Agency, Mont.
Most of Billings’ residents have heard of Crow Fair which takes place on the Crow Reservation each year in August, but few have actually attended it. Even fewer truly understand the historical significance this event has for our area and the way it helped shape the cultural landscape of our city.
A concrete structure that helps deliver water to farmers along the Big Horn Canal was in danger of failure because of water-caused erosion stretching over decades.
The Crow Tribe has shut down construction of a $15 million federal high-speed Internet project, citing concerns about historic preservation.
Little Big Horn College history professor Dr. Tim McCleary describes the history of the Apsalooke's passion for horses.
The Indian Coal Production Tax Credit, considered crucial by the Crow Tribe for reservation mining, made the cut for tax breaks to be extended two years by a key Senate committee.
This year’s frigid temperatures have been a stark reminder of the importance of reliable and affordable electricity for families in Montana and across the nation. For many, the electricity that heats homes and keeps the lights on comes from coal produced here in southeast Montana.
The Crow Tribe will receive a $300,000 federal grant to keep tribal transit buses running for another year.
FORT SMITH — The Crow Tribe will receive $665,000 for a hydropower dam project, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced Friday.
Monica Lindeen, commissioner of Securities and Insurance, is traveling to Indian Country to answer questions from Native Americans about the new health care law this week.
A voting rights lawsuit involving three American Indian tribes will go back to a federal court in Montana after an appellate panel declined to intervene.
The U.S. government approved plans by a Montana Indian tribe to lease an estimated 1.4 billion tons of coal to a Wyoming company that’s moving aggressively to increase coal exports to Asia, the company and tribe announced Thursday.
A federal judge on Tuesday pushed back the trial for the four remaining defendants in a corruption case on Montana's Crow Indian Reservation.
Two years ago, the Crow Tribe auctioned off more than 800 of James Leachman's horses on a ranch east of Billings. A similar scene will play out Wednesday on the Fort Peck Reservation.
Broad smiles and quiet congratulations, many spoken in Crow, celebrated the return Wednesday of a dryland ranch on the outskirts of Billings.
Birdie Real Bird, of Garryowen, has been endorsed as a member of the Montana Circle of American Masters by the Montana Arts Council.
CASPER — Gillette-based Cloud Peak Energy Inc. signed a deal to ship up to 16 million metric tons of coal a year through the Gateway Pacific Terminal at Cherry Point in Bellingham, Wash., the two companies announced Wednesday.
Kevin Red Star’s Western and Native American images have been shown all over the world from Beijing to Cody, Wyo.