Monday Dec 2
This week in tribal history
November 25, 1887 from The Weekly Missoulian : The position in Congress to enact a law to allow the Indian lands in the Bitter Root valley to be sold to settlers is a good one, and we hope it will receive the endorsement of everybody.
ACA tribal community meeting schedule
The Montana Health Co-Op in conjunction with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Tribal Health and Human Services Department will be hosting a series of community meetings to explain the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act , aka Obamacare.
Affordable Care Act tribal-community meetings being rescheduled
Due to the present under-performing condition and technical glitches at the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act informational website, Healthcare.gov, the tribal-community ACA meetings scheduled in November in Arlee, St. Ignatius , Pablo , Polson, Hot Springs and Arlee have been postponed until further notice.
Great Falls Tribune
Psych eval continues for Dixon stabbing suspect
A Missoula man charged with breaking into a house in Dixon, killing a man and nearly killing his wife remains at the Montana State Hospital in Warm Springs, where he is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.