Entries by Brad

Temporary homeless shelter at the Crystal Creek Lodge

PUBLIC NOTICE – NOVEMBER 15, 2020: The Blackfeet Tribe has implemented a temporary homeless shelter at the Crystal Creek Lodge. Individuals may present themselves at the door and will be given the details for their stay. Please contact Crystal Creek Lodge at (406) 338-6330 for more information.

Clarification: Public notice regarding Tribal directors and assistants returning to work

PUBLIC NOTICE – NOVEMBER 15, 2020: The Blackfeet Tribe would like to clarify the public notice regarding directors. As stated in the notice, the Tribal Offices/Departments are not opening to the public. In consultation with the Tribe’s Public Health Officials, it has been deemed safe to bring the Directors and their administrative assistants back to […]

ANNOUNCEMENT: Tribal Directors and their Assistants to return to work on Nov. 16

PUBLIC NOTICE – NOVEMBER 15, 2020: The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council has asked all Tribal directors & their assistants to return to work on Monday, November 16, 2020. The Tribal offices/departments will remain closed to the public but this will allow business to be conducted virtually through phone, email, or fax. An updated tribal directory […]

Blackfeet Nation Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

October 23, 2020 Due to the extended STAY AT HOME ORDER issued by the BTBC, LIHEAP will continue to be closed to the public. You may pick up an application at the following places: Browning – Glacier Electric Cut Bank – Glacier Electric East Glacier – Post Office Babb – Fire Hall Heart Butte-Mini Store […]

Blackfeet negotiates Heart Butte voting location with Pondera County following lawsuit

Press Release Credit: Native American Rights Fund  October 14, 2020 Three days after the Blackfeet Nation brought a federal lawsuit against Pondera County arguing that the county was violating the voting rights of tribal members, Pondera County has agreed to make changes to make voting more accessible. As part of the settlement, Pondera County agreed […]