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Filed Under: Education | National
WBUR: Tribes rebury one of their ancient relatives in Montana (07/23)
WBUR interviews Shane Doyle about the reburial of a 12,600-year-old boy whose DNA showed a link to present-day Native people.

Filed Under: Law
FBI and BIA investigate remains found on Crow Reservation (07/14)
Federal authorities are investigating remains that were found on the Crow Reservation in Montana.

Filed Under: Cobell
DOI enters Cobell land buy-back agreements with Montana tribes (07/09)
The Crow Tribe, the Fort Belknap Indian Community and the Fort Peck Tribes are the latest to sign agreements.

Filed Under: National
Crow Tribe signs agreement with American Red Cross of Montana (07/03)
The memorandum of understanding is first of its kind in the state.

Filed Under: Law | Politics | Technology
Indian activists want to see racist emails from former judge (07/02)
Former federal judge sent hundreds of inappropriate messages but they haven't been released.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Crow man outlines plans for Bighorn property (07/01)
Faron Iron’s Crow name is Good Road; he also has a Sioux name, Big Heart, given by Arvol Looking Horse, Keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe and if he had a Cheyenne name it could be Fast Talker.

Filed Under: Education | National
Remains of 12,600-year-old Native toddler reburied in Montana (06/30)
Elders from Montana tribes help lay one of their ancient relatives to rest again.

Filed Under: Environment | Law
Defendants in Crow Tribe corruption case spared prison time (06/13)
Federal judge said the defendants didn't do as much damage as prosecutors contended.

Filed Under: Law | Politics
Montana settles lawsuit over voting locations on reservations (06/13)
Offices will be located on the Crow, Northern Cheyenne and Fort Belknap reservations.

Filed Under: Law | National | Politics
In These Times: Montana tribal members fight for voting rights (06/10)
Members of Fort Belknap, Northern Cheyenne and Crow tribes are seeking same access to voting as non-Indian residents in Montana.

Filed Under: Business | Environment
Coal company starts exploratory drilling on Crow Reservation (06/09)
The reservation is home to a 1.4-billion ton coal reserve.

Filed Under: Business | Environment
Crow Tribe enters concessioners contract for recreational area (06/06)
The tribe is responsible for operations at Ok-A-Beh Marina.

Filed Under: Health | Opinion
Editorial: Address management issues at Indian Health Service (06/02)
Newspaper says management issues at the Indian Health Service need just as much attention as money.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Cover Story: Crow Tribe banks on big energy development deal (05/29)
This week's issue of The Missoula Independent features a cover story on the Crow Tribe and its coal development deal.

Filed Under: Health | National | Politics
Lawmakers request GAO investigation of IHS office in Montana (05/05)
Sen. Jon Tester (D-Montana) and Sen. John Walsh (D-Montana) have asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate the Billings Area of the Indian Health Service.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: War games over reservations still a concern (04/30)
The Federal Aviation Administration is extending the deadline for comment on the military’s proposal to expand the Powder River Training Complex to include airspace over four Great Plains Indian reservations.

Filed Under: National
CNN Series: Best places to experience Native American culture (04/15)
As part of its Best of USA series, CNN names the Best places to experience Native American culture.

Filed Under: Opinion
Opinion: Deal with Crow Tribe helps meet world's energy needs (04/03)
Colin Marshall, CEO of Cloud Peak Energy, touts a coal exploration agreement with the Crow Tribe of Montana.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | National
Native Sun News: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe rejects military plan (03/27)
With an April 3 deadline looming for public comments on the military’s proposal to expand its Powder River Basin airspace training area in Indian Country, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has conditioned its permission on nothing less than total disarmament.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Tribes question proposal to expand air training (03/24)
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is giving the public until April 3 to submit letters of comment on the military’s proposal to expand its Powder River Basin airspace training area over four Great Plains Indian reservations and adjacent ancestral lands.

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