The contest was open for about a month and accepted all types of art and the format was left to the artist creativity.
On May 5, a large number of people attended the MMIW movement at the University of Montana to share their pain, hope, desire for justice, and prayer
Montana Safety Aces is a full-service safety consulting company that provides training, testing and safety audits to keep companies in compliance
The Columbia River Basin, that includes the Flathead River Basin, is the only river basin in America that hasn’t been infested with either the zebra or quagga mussel.
Whitebark Pine is a culturally important keystone species in Northwest Montana and the project will be displayed in collaboration with dozens of other countries on May 22
Portraits of Mildred Walker and Joseph Medicine Crow Two and information about their fascinating lives are now hanging in the Gallery of Outstanding Montanans in the West Wing of the Capitol in Helena.
Funds will be used to prevent mortgage delinquencies and defaults, foreclosures, loss of utilities or home energy services
“Overall, it’s been a hell of a ride,” said wildlife biologist Becker, the longtime employee of NRD and founder of its Wildlife Management program
Stephen Hunt, April Charlo, Erika Koskela, and Gary Woodcock saw a need in the area to keep Native foster children in the community with Native families.
Studio 93 is a full-service salon offering haircuts, colors, highlights, fashion colors, perms and relaxers, as well as manicures, pedicures and waxing.
Funds will aid tribal governments’ response to COVID-19’s damaging impact on their populations and economies
Senator: “Reinstating this rule is a critical step in preventing special interests and foreign actors from exploiting loopholes at the expense of the American people”
The American Red Cross encourages families to sign up for free virtual home fire safety education
ARLEE — People who had food stands at the 2019 Arlee Pow-Wow and left freezers, refrigerators or any other items are being asked to remove them immediately.
The event is intended to raise educational awareness about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) crisis and its far-reaching impacts to recognize
The students’ goal is to kick-start recycling for SKC students living in dorms and student housing.