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A Giant Step Forward for Equal Voting Rights in Native Lawsuit
Using mediation to resolve a federal lawsuit, plaintiffs from the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, in northeastern Montana, have taken Native people a big step forward in their quest ...
Slammin’ Judges, Gunslingers—and Stunning Native Voting-Rights Wins
Native voting-rights advocates scored three successes in three cities on one day—January 22, 2014...
Loudermilk Named Bureau of Indian Affair’s Alaska Regional Director
Weldon “Bruce” Loudermilk, who had been serving as the Bureau of Indian Affairs Great Plains Regional director since June 20, 2010, was named Director of the BIA’s Alaska Region ba...
A Win for Fort Peck: Judge Refuses to Dismiss Voting-Rights Suit
A United States magistrate judge has declined to dismiss a voting-rights lawsuit filed by Fort Peck Indian Reservation parents and the American Civil Liberties Union against the Wo...
‘He Was My Only Son’: Fort Peck Mother Calls for Congressional Inquiry
UPDATED DECEMBER 20: The Montana Supreme Court has dismissed the wrongful-death lawsuit that Fort Peck tribal councilwoman Roxanne Gourneau filed against her local school board aft...
ACLU Sues Montana School District for Cheating Native Voters
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against the Wolf Point School District, which has a predominantly Native student population, drawn from the surrounding Fort ...
Genetically Pure Bison Returned to Fort Belknap After a Century Away
Onlookers hooted, hollered and cheered as bison were coaxed off the trailer and went racing off onto the plain of the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana...
Beckoning the Bakken: Will the Oil Boom Reach Montana's Impoverished Fort Peck Tribes?
In Poplar, Mont., the Bakken boom is tantalizingly close...
Fort Peck Tragedy: Wildfire Claims 10 Bison
Having fought for years to get bison restored to their lands, American Indians on the Fort Peck Reservation are now mourning the loss of 10 of the animals in a wildfire...
Montana Judge Issues Restraining Order Against Further Bison Transfers
Just days ago, American Indians of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation joyously welcomed 62 pure strain buffalo transferred from Yellowstone National Park...
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