By DARRYL POKIBRO
FORT HALL — Jessica James-Grant and her mother LaNada War Jack started their journey to Standing Rock S.D. leaving on Wednesday November 23 after work and returned on Sunday November 27.
On arrival, James-Grant and War Jack attended an orientation for the new comers arriving at Standing Rock (although LaNada had been there previously). “At the orientation, they told us that this is a peaceful protest and how they didn’t want any kind of negative actions. We were also told that people of the camp should be respectful of each other.” (cont.)
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By ROSELYNN WAHTOMY
FORT HALL – Anee Angel recently made two trips, back to back, to Standing Rock and took part in the peaceful protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). (cont.)
FORT HALL — The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Gaming Distribution is scheduled for Monday, December 5 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Tribal Business Center Dome Room.
Enrolled Shoshone-Bannock tribal members will get $1,200 for adults and $600 to children with the remaining amount deposited into their minor’s trust account. (cont.)
FORT HALL — Fort Hall Police arrested Melanie Longoria and Murray Plentywounds November 29 who were involved in a vehicle pursuit that began after Plentywounds allegedly stabbed Raylin Piper in the arm at a residence in the Fort Hall Housing.
Fort Hall Police Chief Pat Teton said the FHPD received a call around 8:44 p.m. that Piper was stabbed in the arm at 118 Sundance Street. Officers and Fort Hall EMS responded and located Piper. (cont.)
By LORI EDMO-SUPPAH
FORT HALL— Parents and community members had an opportunity to comment on their vision for the Shoshone-Bannock Jr./Sr. High School November 28 at the public forum. (cont.)
By SARA BRONCHO
Tribal Enterprises, Marketing Coordinator
FORT HALL — Save big at all of Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Enterprise locations for Customer Appreciation Sales. (cont.)
Joseph A. Wadsworth
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