When Yellowstone County residents gather this morning to celebrate Veterans Day in the warm indoor ceremony at MetraPark, they will remember Montanans and other Americans who have served in past and present wars. A bell will ring at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, commemorat…
Native Americans of all ages and from several tribes dressed in brightly colored regalia, danced in a circle to the beat of the drums and song Friday evening as they celebrated the kickoff to the 45th annual Montana State University Billings powwow.
The MSU Billings American Indian Outreach office will host “Come to the 49” at 5:30 p.m. today at Peaks to Plains Park on the university campus just off of Rimrock Road.
The Yellowstone Art Museum has announced the new members of the YAM board of trustees and recipients of the President’s awards for the 2011/12 fiscal season. New trustees: Reno Charette, director of American Indian Outreach, Mpntana State University Billings; Paul Cox, Sign Products Inc.; Me…
Montana State University Billings’ Office of American Indian Outreach and Diversity Center welcomes minority students to drop by for help or to visit, said director Reno Charette. Charette also teaches a Native American Studies class.
Rolf Groseth’s call to enroll and graduate more American Indian students at Montana State University Billings was so important that he made a public point of it twice recently.
Montana State University Billings faculty, students, staff and Billings community members will join again this Veteran's Day to construct a medicine wheel to honor veterans as well as American Indian college students.