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 By Patrick Johnston    Local

First powwow at Great Northern Fair a great success

Editor's note: This story talks about the first powwow held at Great Northern Fair. See other stories about the fair in previous editions of Havre Daily News and at... — Updated 7/19/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

LAC continues work to reduce stigma on mental health issues

The Hill County Behavioral Health Local Advisory Council met Monday and discussed progress on their mental health PSAs, possible partnerships at the Central Service Area Authority and a recent meeting with a representative of Sen.... — Updated 7/13/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Planning continues for Great Northern Fair powwow

Plans for a powwow and associated events at this year’s Great Northern Fair are beginning to crystalize after a meeting between Great Northern Fairgrounds Manager Frank English and representatives from the Chippewa Cree Tribe... — Updated 6/22/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Board approves powwow at Great Northern Fair

Editor's note: This version clarifies that Northern Winz Casino wants to bring powwow events to the 2021 Great Northern Fair. The Great Northern Fair Board heard a proposal by Jazz Parker, manager at Rocky Boy Indian's... — Updated 6/17/2021

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Pembina settlement finalized for Chippewa Indian tribes, individuals

A settlement in a lawsuit some 150 years in the making was settled Thursday, providing $59 million to individual Native American litigants and tribes including The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation and The... — Updated 6/11/2021


Obituary - Patricia Kay Hannum

Patricia Kay Hannum of Big Sandy, 69, passed away due to natural causes with friends and family by her side, on June 3, 2021, at the Big Sandy Medical Center. Cremation has taken... — Updated 6/9/2021 Full story


Out Our Way: Here am I, send me - Isaiah 6:1-8

Out our way, most cattle are raised in a fenced pasture. Granted, the area is still huge and takes some riding and exploring to find them all, but we know they are there. However it wasn’t always like this, and in some places it... — Updated 6/4/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Fort Belknap enters next phase of re-opening

The Fort Belknap Indian Reservation is in the process of entering Phase 2 of its re-opening plan. Fort Belknap Indian Community Council President Andrew Werk Jr. could not be reached for comment by printing deadline, but a... — Updated 6/2/2021

 By Press release    Local

Roadwork starts Monday in Rocky Boy

The Chippewa Cree Tribe and its contractor, Havre Sand and Gravel, are reconstructing portions of the roadways within the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation boundary including BIA Route 6 Upper Box Elder Road, BIA Route 10 Duck... — Updated 5/11/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Murdered and Missing Indigenous Persons awareness walk held at Rocky Boy

More than 30 people showed up to a Murdered and Missing Indigenous Persons awareness walk Wednesday at Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, with many attendees having been personally... — Updated 5/7/2021

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Special vet hospital rolls into Rocky Boy

A mobile veterinary hospital was in Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation this week, conducting spaying and neutering and other care for animals in what its organizers say they hope will... — Updated 5/5/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Awareness Walk set for Wednesday

Wednesday starting at 1 p.m. a Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Awareness Walk is going to be held on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation. A post on The Chippewa Cree Tribe’s Facebook page says the walk is meant to raise... — Updated 5/4/2021


From the Courts - Federal District Court: Havre man admits meth trafficking on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation

GREAT FALLS — A Havre man accused of supplying large quantities of methamphetamine to individuals on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation pleaded guilty to a trafficking crime Thursday, Acting U.S. Attorney Leif Johnson said.... — Updated 4/23/2021


Sangrey-Billy honored at American Indian College Fund event

Press release DENVER - Stone Child College President Cory Sangrey-Billy was awarded the Tribal College and University Honoree of the Year by The American Indian College Fund in an... — Updated 4/14/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

MMIW billboards go up in Montana to raise awareness, including Havre

Jen Buckley, an enrolled member of the Chippewa Cree Tribe and Havre High School graduate, is putting up billboards around Montana including one in Havre to raise awareness of the... — Updated 4/12/2021


From the Courts - Federal District Court: Stump sentenced to prison for distributing meth to minor

From U.S. Attorney for District of Montana GREAT FALLS — A Box Elder man who admitted providing methamphetamine to a minor girl was sentenced Tuesday to 51 months in prison and to six years of supervised release, Acting U.S.... — Updated 4/7/2021

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Settlement coming on Pembina lawsuit against federal government

A settlement is finally on the way in a dispute some 150 years old, in one of the earliest lawsuits filed claiming the federal government had mishandled trust moneys it held for... — Updated 4/5/2021

 By Pam Burke    Local

Fast response limits Sunday Rocky Boy fire

Firefighters from multiple tribal agencies came together in rapid response to get a wildfire contained to minimal acreage in high winds on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation Sunday... — Updated 3/30/2021


Fire caught quickly, extinguished at Rocky Boy

Quick response from several organizations on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation Sunday contained a wildfire to less than seven acres in the Parker School area at the east edge of the reservation near Taylor Road. Chippewa Cree... — Updated 3/29/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

DPHHS tribal health positions restored

The Montana Joint Subcommittee Section B voted 15 to 9 last Thursday to restore two tribal health positions within the Montana Department of Health and Human Services that were eliminated as part of House Bill 2 earlier in the... — Updated 3/15/2021


From the Courts - Federal Court: Spokane woman admits meth trafficking on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation

From U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana GREAT FALLS — A Spokane, Washington, woman suspected of being a longtime methamphetamine dealer in and around the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation today admitted trafficking... — Updated 2/25/2021

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Windy Boy Native language bills progressing through Legislature

State Rep. Jonathan Windy Boy, D-Box Elder, said several bills on Native language education are moving through the Legislature including one of his bills that has a hearing in the House Education Committee today at 3 p.m.... — Updated 2/22/2021

 By Pam Burke    Local

Bear Paw Ski Bowl opening Saturday

Bear Paw Ski Bowl is opening Saturday, with operating hours of 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for both days this weekend. Bear Paw Winter Sports, the ski equipment rental and merchandise... — Updated 2/18/2021

 By Pam Burke    Local

Havre Trails hosting snowshoe hike in Bear Paws Saturday

The Havre Trails is leading a snowshoe hike up Eagle Creek on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation Saturday, Feb. 20, and everyone is welcome to join the hike. This is a scenic 2-3... — Updated 2/16/2021


Obituary - Francis 'Frank' Fairclough Hayes

Francis "Frank" Fairclough Hayes passed away in Great Falls, Montana, February 6, 2021. He was born June 5, 1936, in Great Falls to Carrie Becker Hayes and Thomas Dean "T.D."... — Updated 2/12/2021 Full story


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