Gardipee receives award from U.S. Attorney’s Office
Gardipee receives award from U.S. Attorney's Office
A Rocky Boy woman has received a new award created by the Montana U.S. Attorney's Office given to people who help improve public safety in Indian Country.
Brenda Top Sky Gardipee, former child support director and now interim Human Services division chief of the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, received one of the three inaugural "Working Hard, Making a Difference" awards from the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Gardipee said in an interview Thursday that she felt honored.
"I try hard to dedicate my time and hard work for...