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Articles with the Tag: Native Americans

Interior Department issues guidance to strengthen tribal co-stewardship of public lands, waters

News from the Departmemt of the Interior WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior released new guidance to improve federal stewardship of public lands, waters and wildlife by strengthening the role of Tribal governments in federal land management. New guidance from the Bureau of Land Management...

Valley Views for Sept. 7,2022

The Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission is responsible for redrawing state legislative districts to reflect every community in Montana. Voters need to be able to elect legislators who represent different viewpoints and can come together to solve the problems our state faces. This responsibility ...

Secretary Haaland Op-Ed highlights importance of the Native vote

News from the Dept. of the Interior WASHINGTON D.C. — In a new op-ed on Indianz.com out today, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland highlights the importance of Native people voting. In the new piece, she discusses the importance of democracy in Indigenous communities and the struggle to gain the...

Secretary Haaland announces 2022 Native Language Summit

News from the U.S. Dept. of the Interior WASHINGTON — The White House Council on Native American Affairs recently convened an engagement session with Tribal leaders focused on Native Language initiatives. Much of the discussion was centered on the implementation of the Native Languages Memorandum ...

U.S. Secretary of Interior visits Bison Range U.S. Secretary of Interior visits Bison Range

CHARLO — U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland, the nation’s first Native American cabinet member, was on hand Saturday for the culmination of a vibrant three-day celebration of the restoration of the Bison Range to tribal ownership.  “Today represents a return to something pur...

$500k awarded to Tribal Nations

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Governor Greg Gianforte recently joined Department of Public Health and Human Services Director Adam Meier to announce the distribution of $500,000 to Montana’s eight Tribal Nations through the Healing and Ending Addiction Through Recovery ...

New American Indian music scholarship offered

News from North Valley Music School WHITEFISH — North Valley Music School, a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching Montana communities through music education, appreciation, and performance by offering musical opportunities for all ages, announces the launch of its American Indian Music S...

PSAs highlight domestic violence awareness

News from the Administration for Children and Families WASHINGTON, D.C. — To help mitigate the disproportionate level of violence experienced by Native Americans, three HHS agencies developed a public service announcement campaign on domestic violence awareness. The Administration for Native Am...

‘Caring for Our Own’ program at MSU supports local nurse ‘Caring for Our Own’ program at MSU supports local nurse

BOZEMAN — As a nurse, Adessa Durglo’s goal is to treat her patients the way she would want her own family members to be treated. It’s a simple concept, and — as she watched her grandparents near the end of their lives and wanted something more for their care &mdas...

Bureau of Indian Education unveils new logo Bureau of Indian Education unveils new logo

News from the office of the Bureau of Indian Education WASHINGTON — The Bureau of Indian Education marks a significant milestone by unveiling its official logo on Jan. 6. This is the first logo for BIE since becoming a bureau in 2006. The initial logo design was created by Kayla Jackson, a member ...


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