A month into the year of any high school you could probably easily spot members of the freshman class. The step into that first year of high school is a whopper: swirling among lockers, hallways, peers, multitude of classrooms, labs and teachers.
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.
It is time to prepare our families for that first day and week of the school year. This point on the calendar requires serious effort to transition from the lazy days of summer to the highly scheduled school year routine. From my view, it is an instance of great excitement and new beginnings…
CROW AGENCY — For visitors, Crow Fair is all about the pageantry, dancers and riders on horseback in colorful native dress, moving to the beat of the drum or on parade.
The Crow Nation has been awarded a three-year grant to help it preserve its language among the youngest members of the tribe.
Humanities Montana will honor Humanities Heroes at 5 p.m. June 6 at the Western Heritage Center.
Janine Pease was appointed Cabinet Head for Education of the Crow Tribe in 2011.
Humanities Montana has announced its "Humanities Heroes," and will honor them at a reception and awards ceremony at 5 p.m. on June 6 at the Western Heritage Center.
Montana Logging and Ballet Company members Steve Garness-Holmes, right, and Rusty Harper hold South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s arms aloft during a performance in Helena in 1987. Other members of the music group are Tim Holmes, center, and Bob FitzGerald. Dr. Janine Pease is at the pod…
Crow tribal chairman Cedric Black Eagle has appointed Dr. Janine Pease to head the tribe’s Education Department.
Many ethnic groups in Billings and around Eastern Montana plan more celebrations this year.
Major Robinson of Billings has been named to replace Janine Pease on the Montana Board of Regents.