The walk will start in the morning at the Blackfeet Community College in Browning. It will be followed by a search for Arden Pepion on Saturday afternoon and Leo Wagner on Sunday morning.
BROWNING — At a tribunal here to record testimony from the families of Indigenous people who have gone missing or been murdered, organizer Belinda Bullshoe left a red skirt draped over a chair near the corner of the room.
BROWNING – A week after recounting her sister’s disappearance to 15 U.S. senators, Kimberly Loring called home.
The sister of a missing Blackfeet woman in Montana expressed frustration Wednesday over law enforcement's initial response to her loved one's disappearance, telling U.S. senators that numerous Native American families are troubled by inadequate investigations into their missing persons cases.