Robin Starbuck’s new documentary, “lichiilish daik: Going To The Horses” is focused on Crow elder Charlie Real Bird and his family. The filmmaker and faculty member at Sarah Lawrence College first visited the Crow Reservation eight years ago and decided soon afterward to tell the family’s story.
Fercho’s depiction of a Crow tepee is on display at the clinic.
Crow rapper Christian Takes the Gun Parrish— also known as SupaMan —performed in front of four grade levels at McKinley Elementary School on Tuesday afternoon, where he used hip-hop to bridge cultural barriers and empower kids.
Christian Takes Gun Parrish, aka Supaman, recently stopped by The Gazette’s Studio Enjoy to record a music video featuring his combination of Fancy Dance, traditional Apsaalooke music and hip-hop.
Montana hip hop artist Supaman performs his song 'Prayer Loop Song' in the Gazette's Studio Enjoy.
Song on the album Crow Hop.
This drawing of a battle between Crow and Sioux warriors was attributed to Above, captain of Crow Indian Police, who may have participated in the fight. But is close in style to New Bear, who may have drawn it. It is dated March 18, 1884. Vibrant colors and intense action are features of man…
Crow Chief Medicine Crow drew this illustration in 1880 of the fight between Crows and Nez Perce on Canyon Creek east of present-day Laurel in 1877. A Nez Perce warrior, left, shoots at Medicine Crow, center, while horses killed in battle are at the right. Medicine Crow is identified by the …
The eight figures look so alive that they could step out of their lined paper background and into the 21st century.
Tom Lucas smoothes down the edge of a bighorn sheep horn he's cut and bent to be half of a bighorn sheep bow on Tuesday morning, November 20, 2012. By fixing the file to his work table and moving the horn across it, Lucas can simulate the shaving process Native Americans would have used with…
Tom Lucas, left, points out the edges of the bighorn sheep bow that need to be shaved down to Rich Singer, right, as the two work on the bow at Lucas' cabin in Lander, Wyo. on Tuesday morning, November 20, 2012. Singer, a Crow Indian, is learning how to construct big horn sheep bows from Luc…
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held in Pryor to unveil the new $90,000 senior center facility which replaces an old broken down building and will feed about 60 senior a day.
Dr. Caitlin Hall gives a tour of Child and Adolescent Referral and Evaluation Center at the Crow/Northern Cheyenne Hospital in Crow Agency to Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West, left, and U.S. Attorney Michael W. Cotter on Wednesday. West and Cotter were at the hospital to announce …
Crow road department workers Jeremy Wyles, Isiah Morning, Danny Plainfeather, Matt Stops and Aubrey Good Luck build fence after restoring the bank along the Little Bighorn River.
Schroeder Contracting workers clean moldy sheetrock from the Lodge Grass Post Office, which was filled with four feet of water and silt in the May 2011 flood.
The Lodge Grass Post Office will reopen at the end of June after restoration following flooding in May 2011.
Elsie Half describes the effort to rebuild her flooded home. FEMA gave her enough money to buy materials; family and friends did the work.
The Lodge Grass Post Office has operated out of a trailer since flooding closed the permanent building.
The Little Bighorn Camp Motel near Little Bighorn Battlefield remains closed after floodwaters covered the area within the Crow Reservation boundaries a year ago.
John Nuckolls and Chris Dillon of Schroeder Contracting take a break from cleaning moldy sheetrock from the Lodge Grass Post Office, still closed from last year’s floods.