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'Things just happened': Stand Down gives homeless vets a chance to rest, recover, renew

'Things just happened': Stand Down gives homeless vets a chance to rest, recover, renew

John Swart rolled into Billings on a bus from Butte on Monday and took up temporary residence at the Montana Rescue Mission. It was a pit stop on his way to find work in the Bakken oil fields.

October 16, 2014 2:03 pm Photos

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Human remains found on Crow Reservation sent to FBI lab

Federal officials are continuing their investigation into human remains found earlier this month on the Crow Reservation. 

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'Keep speaking Crow to me': Teens immerse themselves in Native language

'Keep speaking Crow to me': Teens immerse themselves in Native language

Beneath the shade of a large tent, 29 Crow teenagers repeat Lanny Real Bird's words, trying their best to match his pronunciation and corresponding hand signs.

July 22, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Federal agencies investigate skeletal remains found on Crow Reservation

Officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Bureau of Indian Affairs are investigating skeletal remains found on the Crow Indian Reservation.

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Defendants in Crow corruption case face sentencing today

The three remaining defendants in a corruption case on Montana's Crow Indian Reservation are being sentenced today in federal court after pleading guilty to conspiracy, theft and other charges.

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5 Montana reservations next up in consolidation program

HELENA — Twenty-one American Indian reservations will be the focus of the next phase of a $1.9 billion program to buy fractionated land parcels owned by multiple individuals and turn them over to tribal governments, Interior Department officials said Thursday.

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Crow defendants to keep most proceeds from fraudulent billing scheme

Defendants in a corruption case on a the Crow reservation won't have to repay most of the money they received through a fraudulent billing scheme, federal prosecutors said Friday.

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Bullock seeks disaster declaration over flooding

Bullock seeks disaster declaration over flooding

HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock is asking President Barack Obama to issue a federal disaster declaration for Montana due to widespread flooding and ice jams last month.

April 14, 2014 11:29 am Photos

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Crow Tribe pursues scaled down fuel plant

Crow Tribe pursues scaled down fuel plant

Montana’s Crow Tribe is pursuing a scaled-down proposal to build a plant converting coal and natural gas to liquid fuels after an earlier project stalled because of its high price tag, tribal leaders said Thursday.

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Crow photos from 1900s topic of museum talk

In 1909, photographer Richard Throssel traveled the Crow Reservation in Montana taking lantern slide photographs of camp and house life. The goal, according to the Office of Indian Affairs which initiated the project, was to create a traveling lecture series warning of the ways disease was s…

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Suspect in Crow murders in commitment proceedings

Suspect in Crow murders in commitment proceedings

Authorities have filed a petition seeking to have a Montana man committed to a government psychiatric hospital after he was found incompetent to stand trial in a triple murder that roiled the Crow Indian Reservation.

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For tribes, shutdown's effects could linger

American Indian leaders say disruptions to some services for the elderly and other needy reservation residents could linger despite the end of the government shutdown.

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Tribal law enforcement joins drunk driving crackdown

Law enforcement from the Crow and Northern Cheyenne reservations have joined nationwide efforts to increase patrols and reduce drunken-driving deaths before and during the Labor Day holiday.

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Crow woman happy to discover roots, tell her story in film

Crow woman happy to discover roots, tell her story in film

The first time Janelle Standsoverbull heard the words, “Lost Sparrow,” her grandmother explained that it referred to Native American children like her who lost their culture when they are taken off the reservation.

July 22, 2013 12:00 am Video Photos

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Crow Tribe signs oil deal with Spokane company for acres near Pryor

Leaders of the Crow Indian Tribe have reached a lease agreement with a Washington state company that is seeking oil on the tribe's Montana reservation.

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UM journalism school project sheds light on how money is spent on Montana reservations

UM journalism school project sheds light on how money is spent on Montana reservations

EDITOR'S NOTE: The University of Montana School of Journalism's annual Native News Project publication will run as an insert with Saturday's newspaper.

May 24, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Crow Tribe signs 1.4B ton coal deal with Cloud Peak Energy

Crow Tribe signs 1.4B ton coal deal with Cloud Peak Energy

CROW AGENCY — Representatives of the Crow Tribe and Cloud Peak Energy Inc. signed an agreement Thursday for the potential development of 1.4 billion tons of coal.

January 24, 2013 5:29 pm Photos

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Coroner identifies 3-year-old found dead on Highway 313

Coroner identifies 3-year-old found dead on Highway 313

A 3-year-old girl has been identified as the person found dead on Highway 313 south of Hardin early Monday.

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Obama and Crow parents

Obama and Crow parents

Barack Obama, escorted by his adoptive Crow parents, Hartford and Mary Black Eagle, enters the Apsaalooke Veterans Park in Crow Agency during a visit in May 2008. Hartford Black Eagle died last week at age 78 from a respiratory illness. Black Eagle and his wife adopted Obama weeks before the…

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Crow Tribe officials

Crow Tribe officials

Crow tribal officials, including current chair Darrin Old Coyote at left, held a ribbon cutting in 2009 for a natural gas compressor station near Hardin. The Crow Tribe is now pursuing a scaled-down proposal to build a plant that would convert natural gas and coal to liquid fuels, after the …

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