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First Nations Governance group visits Fort Hall

By ALEXANDRIA ALVAREZ
Sho-Ban News
FORT HALL — On February 12, the First Nations Governance group visited the Fort Hall Indian Reservation as part of a project for Canada.
The visitors were members of the First Nations and came from different parts of Canada. A total of seven were visiting with the goal of engaging with American Indian tribes to explore business, education, and cultural sharing, and explore the relationship Tribes have with the United States, state, and local governments.

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Links
Shoshone-Bannock Festival
www.sbtribes.com/festival
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Official Website:
www.shoshonebannocktribes.com

Shoshone-Bannock High School
www.sbd537.org
CobelSettlement
www.cobellsettlement.com
Native American Journalist Association
www.naja.com
BIA Regions, Agencies & Tribes
www.bia.gov

NWIYC approaches; youth challenged to be involved

By ALEXANDRIA ALVAREZ
Sho-Ban News
FORT HALL — The 40th Annual Northwest Indian Youth Conference is the second largest youth gathering in the nation and this year’s conference is in Fort Hall March 22 through March 26 with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes as hosts.

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Parents bond with babies through massage

By ROSELYNN WAHTOMY
Sho-Ban News
FORT HALL – Babies relaxed as they were treated to the soothing touch of their parent at the Early Intervention Program Baby Massage Class on Friday, February 20.
The training was provided to parents to help them calm and soothe their baby while interacting with them to build a bond in their relationship. Staff from the Human Development Center in Pocatello gave the presentation, with Hollie Gneiting leading the discussion.

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