Native American News
MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, WY – Between Aug. 17-28, Yellowstone National Park will host multiple Tribal activities in the park to commemorate 150 Years of Yellowstone and Founders Day, the anniversary of the creation of the National Park Service on Aug. 25, 1916.
BILLINGS, Mont. - As the conversations around mental health in Montana continue, there's a significant need for services in our indigenous communities.
MONTANA - After a call for earring donations as a part of a Missing and Murdered Indigenous People exhibit, the BIA Office of Justice Services is thanking those who sent something in to add to the exhibit.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Today at Montana State University student groups will come together to host free programming will be available for students, staff, faculty, and community members on the MSU campus.
WASHINGTON D.C.- President Joe Biden is issuing a proclamation bring awareness and make today officially a day to remember the lost lives in our native communities.
BOZEMAN, MT- The 46th annual American Indian Council Powwow at MSU is underway at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.
BILLINGS, Mont. - On Tuesday, Cheryl Horn, aunt of Selena Not Afraid was being recognized by USA Today as one of their women of the year.
PABLO, Mont. - It's been nearly two years since the devastating People's Center Fire in Pablo, destroying hundreds of Native American artifacts, pieces of history for the Salish- Kootenai tribes.
MONTANA - For Montanans who took to the mall for their holiday shopping this year, they may have seen a local Blackfeet artist's work in a major department store.
ULM, Mont. - On Dec. 18, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park is hosting its first guided rock art hike of the season.
LAME DEER, Mont. - The Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council and Administration authorized the elimination of all dogs found unleased in residential housing areas on the reservation, effective immediately.
LAME DEER, Mont. - Authorities have determined a person was killed by dogs on Dec. 12 on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation, with drugs and alcohol as contributing factors.
HELENA, Mont. – Fifty-three… that’s how many indigenous people are listed as missing in Montana. They account for over half of all missing Montanans.
BOZEMAN, Mont. – A member of the Northern Cheyenne Nation and associate professor in MSU Bozeman's Department of Native American Studies won the Western History Association’s 2021 Donald Fixico Book Award for his two-volume history of the Cheyenne Nation.
Montana Right Now is committed to helping find information on Missing and Murdered Indigenous People throughout the state. This month we’re continuing our commitment to help find men, women and children who are listed under MMIP through the DOJ.
Montana Right Now is committed to helping find information on Missing and Murdered Indigenous People throughout the state. We’re continuing our commitment to help find men, women and children who are listed under MMIP through the DOJ.