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Judge sworn in to oversee joint tribal court

Jan 11, 2018 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

Fulfilling a priority of the newly formed Wind River Inter-Tribal Council, members of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes on Wednesday welcomed ...


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Eastern Shoshone Business Council Co-chairman Vernon Hill, left, and Northern Arapaho Business Council Chairman Roy Brown signed documents with new Wind River Tribal Court Judge Terri Smith, center, as she took office Wednesday at the tribal complex in Fort Washakie. Regular Wind River Inter-Tribal Council meetings take place there. Although both tribes submitted nominees for the state tribal liaison positions last summer, the SBC later withdrew its choices and told Gov. Matt Mead the council would prefer the position remain vacant until full funding was reinstated. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Eastern Shoshone Business Council Co-chairman Vernon Hill, left, and Northern Arapaho Business Council Chairman Roy Brown signed documents with new Wind River Tribal Court Judge Terri Smith, center, as she took office Wednesday at the tribal complex in Fort Washakie. Regular Wind River Inter-Tribal Council meetings take place there. Although both tribes submitted nominees for the state tribal liaison positions last summer, the SBC later withdrew its choices and told Gov. Matt Mead the council would prefer the position remain vacant until full funding was reinstated. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Eastern Shoshone Business Council Co-chairman Vernon Hill, left, and Northern Arapaho Business Council Chairman Roy Brown signed documents with new Wind River Tribal Court Judge Terri Smith, center, as she took office Wednesday at the tribal complex in Fort Washakie. Regular Wind River Inter-Tribal Council meetings take place there. Although both tribes submitted nominees for the state tribal liaison positions last summer, the SBC later withdrew its choices and told Gov. Matt Mead the council would prefer the position remain vacant until full funding was reinstated. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Eastern Shoshone Business Council Co-chairman Vernon Hill, left, and Northern Arapaho Business Council Chairman Roy Brown signed documents with new Wind River Tribal Court Judge Terri Smith, center, as she took office Wednesday at the tribal complex in Fort Washakie. Regular Wind River Inter-Tribal Council meetings take place there. Although both tribes submitted nominees for the state tribal liaison positions last summer, the SBC later withdrew its choices and told Gov. Matt Mead the council would prefer the position remain vacant until full funding was reinstated. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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