Tribal Health targets Tribal Elders for COVID-19 vaccination effort
The relationship among the Flathead Nation, and the Missoula County Board of Commissioners and the City of Missoula continues to blossom
Ranking Member secured two bills in end-of-year veterans’ package eliminating copayments for Native American veterans accessing health care at VA and establishing an Advisory Committee on Tribal and Indian Affairs
Senator: “We cannot afford for this vaccination campaign to continue to be hindered”
Legislation is designed to offer liability protections to businesses, health care providers, places of worship, and nonprofit organizations
Newly elected Montana Attorney Austin Knudsen directed County Attorney Marty Lambert to promptly dismiss the case against the Bozeman business that had refused to adhere to the mandate that businesses close at 10:00 p.m.
Montana small businesses heavily impacted by the pandemic are able to apply for the second round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans
Move hamstrings economic recovery, pulls the rug out from under seniors, Montanans with disabilities, and Montanans struggling with mental health
Our fight for a basic right has been carried through negotiations and advocacy and as far as litigation, but always in a respectful and meaningful manner.
Many states have long histories of racial discrimination by systematically adopting voting laws that prevent racial or language minorities from voting.
The Department probates thousands of estates each year for American Indian and Alaska Native individuals who own trust or restricted property.
The Department of the Interior announced three new actions by the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Park Service to aggressively increase broadband internet access in rural communities and reduce wildfire risks.
UPDATED: The Montana Water Rights Protection Act signed into law with president’s signature on federal appropriation bill and ratification by the CSKT Tribal Council
A couple of things were the main topics expressed at the 2021 Winter Quarterly. COVID-19, which seems to have amped up its bitter harvest on tribal folks, shadowed the meeting; however, the monumental settlement of the Flathead Nation’s Federal Reserved Water Rights Compact lightened the atmosphere a bit
Tribal Health continues to work with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) and advocate for available allocations of COVID-19 vaccinations for our community.
Combining her passion for helping people and her love of horses, Albert opened the doors to Willow Canyon Counseling Services in 2017.
he state heeded the call of local advocates and prioritized American Indians within the next phase (Phase 1b) of vaccine roll-out, to begin on January 15
An estimated 8,000 to 10,000 Montana workers, or 2 percent of the workforce, received hourly wages less than $8.75 per hour in 2020 and are likely to receive higher wages
It’s now possible that everything that I worked to pass in the legislature over four terms is now about to be undone
PABLO — Salish Kootenai College Foundation (SKCF), in its efforts to support the College’s mission to provide quality post-secondary education opportunities for Native Americans locally and throughout the United States, administers endowments, provides student scholarships, supports programm…
In some parts of the country, the surge in COVID cases is overwhelming coroners, morgues, funeral homes and religious leaders. It has required ingenuity and even changed the rituals of honoring the dead.
NIHB applauded Congress for passing several significant bills that impact the delivery, access and coordination of healthcare for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) veterans
As social distancing became necessary and isolation common, Montana’s parks and access sites offered a way for families to “be alone together”
The long-in-process water rights compact was signed into law. Montana's Washington delegation are optimistic about it's passage, but detractors are making their voice known.
Dustin Cordier, aka Dust2Dust, is the last performer for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes COVID Youth Community Care and Awareness Campaign
CSKT leads effort to fix Montana's MMIP crisis, and program could influence tribes across the nation.
Missing and Murdered Indigenous People are probably the saddest words imaginable in Indian Country. Taking the thought of those words and composing a song about the terrible issue takes a light spiritual touch of pen to paper, and a soulful heart to tongue linkage to perform it.