Larry Echo Hawk
SALT LAKE CITY — The top official for the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs is resigning to accept a full-time leadership position with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, ending three years with the department that Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says “opened a new chapter” in U.S. …
CROW AGENCY — The Crow Water Rights Settlement Act got a ringing endorsement Thursday from a high-ranking federal official.
Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk addresses the Crow Tribe in Crow Agency Thursday about the Crow Water Rights Settlement Act.
Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk touts the benefits of the water settlement act that will bring $460 million in water infrastructure improvement to the Crow Reservation. His talk took place Thursday in Crow Agency.
Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk addresses the Crow Tribe in Crow Agency on Thursday.
POLSON — Road fatalities on Indian reservations are three times the national average because road projects in Indian Country are inadequately funded, tribal leaders told federal officials Friday.