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A Cheyenne Voice – May 19th

Governor Steve Bullock Speaks at Chief Dull College Commencement Contribured by Kathy Beartusk Dr. Richard Littlebear, CDKC Presi-dent appreciated Governor Bullock remarks a the 2014 CDKC Commencement. “He spoke about how failure and adversity can be a good learning experience to teach you about lif and how to perservere,” Littlebear said. “That is something many […]

A Cheyenne Voice – May 5th

TRECO Capital Credits Decision “Heats Up” at Northern Cheyenne Earlier in April, cooperative members at Northern Cheyenne received a startling and some-what confusing form letter from the Tongue River Electric Cooperative (TRECO). The correspond-ence advised that from 3-5 years of capital credit dividends for shareholders will be used to offset a 2013 net loss from […]

A Cheyenne Voice – April 21st

NATIONAL BIA LAW ENFORCEMENT TEAM AUDITS NORTHERN CHEYENNE From April 7th – 18th, the two top national BIA Law Enforcement officials personally came to the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. The National B.I.A. Law Enforcement Director, Darren Cruzan and Jason Thompson, Assistant National Director were accompanied by Doug NoSeep, Special Agent in Charge (Billings Area.) They and […]

A Cheyenne Voice – April 5th

TRIBAL TRANSIT PROGRAM ―the REZ Runners‖ FACE FINANCIAL PROBLEMS The Northern Cheyenne Transit Program is facing financial problems. As a result, all riders, including the elderly and handicapped may now have to pay full fares, according to Acting Director Janis Spear. The program, established in 2008 under the Leroy Spang Administration was funded by a […]

A Cheyenne Voice – March 21st

500 NEW JACKETS DONATED TO LAME DEER SCHOOLS—500 PAIRS OF NEW SHOES ARE ON THE WAY. There were lots of smiling faces at the Lame Deer Elementary and High School on Thursday, March 20th as students and staff received brand-new Lands End jackets. (522 in all). This gift was provided by the Original Americans Foundation, […]

A Cheyenne Voice – March 7th

WOLF MOUNTAIN SEARCH & RESCUE GENERATES $7,500 FOR HANNAH HARRIS REWARD FUND Temperatures were many degrees below zero on the first Saturday in March , but that did not stop dedicated snowmobilers from the Wolf Mountain Search and Res-cue and supporters from turning out to support the Hanna Harris Murder Reward Fund. More than $7,500 […]

A Cheyenne Voice – Feb 21st

SENATORS TESTER AND WALSCH VISIT NORTHERN CHEYENNE On Wednesday, Feb. 19th, the Northern Cheyenne Tribe welcomed Senator Tester and newly appointed Senator Walsh with a luncheon at the Tribal Chambers. Tester and Walsh were on a state-wide ―listening tour‖ meet-ing with each MT of the Tribes. ―Come up with your vision and we‘ll support you,‖ […]

A Cheyenne Voice – Feb 7th

TRIBAL EDUCATION RECRUITING APPLICANTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION AND JOB TRAINING SCHOLARSHIPS For the first time many years, the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Educa-tion Department is short on applicants for Higher Education and Job Training scholarships. ―We normally fund about 80 students per year, ― explained Norma Bixby, Director ―but so far we have far fewer completed […]

A Cheyenne Voice – Jan 24th

URLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE RAILWAY FOUNDATION MAKES GRANTS TO ASSIST NORTHERN CHEYENNE YOUTH On Tuesday, January 21, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railrway (BNSF) Foundation donated $28,000 to programs that serve Northern Cheyenne youth. Matt Jones, Regional Di-rector of Public Affairs, BNSF personally made the check presen-tations to President Llevando ―Cowboy‖ Fisher at the Tribal […]

A Cheyenne Voice – Jan 10th

CONGRESSMAN DAINES MEETS WITH NORTHERN CHEYENNE Saturday, January 4th, Congressman Steve Daines met with Northern Cheyenne officials at Lame Deer. He was accompanied by key staffers Charles Robinson, State Director and Jessica Flint, Eastern Regional Director. Daines was on a brief visit to Eastern Montana, meeting with five different Tribes to develop a working re-lationship. […]