Vincent Whitecrane, Temporary Northern Cheyenne Cultural Specialist. Vincent brought his Fathers flag to be flown at the Board of Health Building for the month of May. His Father Jasper Whitecrane honorably served in U.S Army during World War II. He spoke of a time when he served under General Patton and crossing the Rhine River in Germany.
Nea`ese Jasper Whitecrane for your service.
Each Month we will be honoring one of our many Veteran’s by displaying their flag. Scheduled for the month of June is Gordon Strangeowl and for July Joe Walksalong Sr. The public is welcome to have their relatives flag honored by contacting Vincent Whitecrane at the Northern Cheyenne Recovery Center @ 406-477-4929
May 5th 2017 will be a nationally recognized day in memory and honor of all missing and murdered Indigenous Women. This is no coincidence because May 5th is Hannah Narris’ Birthday. Hannah had a bright future and touched many lives with her kind and bubbly spirit. She was always willing to help others. Hannah was murdered, her life cut short on July 4th 2013 here on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
She is survived by her Son, Mother, Father and numerous other family members who miss her dearly. Her Family continue to strongly advocate for missing and murdered Indigenous Women. Let’s support the Harris family and the many other families of missing and murdered Indigenous Women. Let us support those whose family members are still missing…Women are sacred.
Walk begins at 9:00 A.M @ the BIA and ends at the Tribal Chambers
Wednesday- April 19t 2017 Catholic Church Social Room 9am to 3pm
- Historical trauma
- Inter-generational Trauma
- Grief/unresolved Grief
April 17 thru 21 2017 the Tribal Programs will be picking up trash on our local roadways on HWY 212 & South 39
Election Results in PDF: 0784_001
President: L. Jace Killsback
Vice President: Conrad Fisher
Ashland Council: Waylon Rogers
Birney Council: Ernest Littlemouth
Busby Council: Dana Eaglefeathers
Lame Deer Council: Merlin Sioux
Muddy Council: Debra Charette
Trial Judge: John Robinson
Trial Judge: Roni Limberhand-Brady
The NCT Inauguration & Swearing In Ceremony is scheduled for 9:00 AM, Monday, Nov. 21, 2016.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 12, 2016
Lame Deer OPA have new phone number
Clients served by the Lame Deer Public Assistance Office can now access services through the Public Assistance Customer Service Helpline at 1-888-706-1535.
The new number became available to area clients this month and offers callers a menu of services including program information about or applications for Medicaid, Healthy Montana Kids, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
For those residents who receive public assistance benefits, the toll free number 1-888-706-1535, connects to case workers who will answer program related questions, process redeterminations, or assist callers with reporting changes, e.g. new address, income change, etc.
“This is an exciting addition to the services we offer Montanans,” said Richard Opper, Director of the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS). “The Helpline is a key tool in getting our clients access to the benefits they need in the most efficient manner possible.”
Clients can also apply for benefits online by going to apply.mt.gov. Or, if they prefer in-person assistance, the office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Lame Deer OPA is located at 228 Montana Avenue.
Public Information Officer
Montana Dept. of Public Health
and Human Services
Office: (406) 444-0936
Cell: (406) 461-3757