Fort Belknap Reservation
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.
Herding buffalo (bison) on the Fort Belknap Reservation in northern Montana. The buffalo are herded every fall so they can be counted, given medicine, and a some removed from the herd for consumption. Compared to buffalo at Yellowstone National Park, which have become somewhat acclimated to …
HELENA - The Fort Belknap Indian reservation's tribal government must pay a $1,500 fine, bolster oversight of its utility, and follow a strict testing and monitoring regimen under a five-year plan meant to fix years of problems with its drinking water supply.
FORT BELKNAP — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released 32 endangered black-footed ferrets into a 1,000-acre prairie dog colony on the Fort Belknap Reservation.
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.
GREAT FALLS — Houses on Malmstrom Air Force Base that could have been demolished are instead being moved to Fort Belknap Reservation, where there is a need for housing.
Two Harlem residents died late Thursday and three others were injured in a one-vehicle accident on the Fort Belknap Reservation.
A group of American Indians returned to federal court Tuesday seeking an order that would force county election officials to set up satellite voting stations on remote Montana reservations in the final run-up to Election Day.
HELENA — Montana's Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission is set to make a final decision on whether to transfer 68 quarantined Yellowstone bison to two Indian reservations.
Stage I fire restrictions have been rescinded on all private, state and federal lands within Fergus, Golden Valley, Judith Basin, Petroleum, Phillips, Roosevelt and Valley counties.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs on Friday allayed some fears of American Indian leaders worried a government shutdown would be devastating to tribes, saying law enforcement services and schools it oversees would not be affected.
Molt's Prairie Winds Café will be featured on the MontanaPBS series "Backroads of Montana" Sunday.