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Indian education bill passes House on second reading

Jan 27, 2017 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

Local reps defeat proposed amendments

The bill to incorporate American Indian education into public school standards in the ...


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Gov. Matt Mead visited the Wind River Indian Reservation on Thursday as part of a pledge to meet with the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho business councils twice a year. First, he stopped in Fort Washakie to meet with the Shoshone council. He visited with the Arapaho council in Ethete soon afterward to talk about current governmental affairs and efforts to work cooperatively. From left, SBC members Leslie Shakespeare, Karen LaCroix and Clint Wagon prepared for a photo with Mead along with SBC members Nick Harris and Vernon Hill. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Gov. Matt Mead visited the Wind River Indian Reservation on Thursday as part of a pledge to meet with the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho business councils twice a year. First, he stopped in Fort Washakie to meet with the Shoshone council. He visited with the Arapaho council in Ethete soon afterward to talk about current governmental affairs and efforts to work cooperatively. From left, SBC members Leslie Shakespeare, Karen LaCroix and Clint Wagon prepared for a photo with Mead along with SBC members Nick Harris and Vernon Hill. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Gov. Matt Mead visited the Wind River Indian Reservation on Thursday as part of a pledge to meet with the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho business councils twice a year. First, he stopped in Fort Washakie to meet with the Shoshone council. He visited with the Arapaho council in Ethete soon afterward to talk about current governmental affairs and efforts to work cooperatively. From left, SBC members Leslie Shakespeare, Karen LaCroix and Clint Wagon prepared for a photo with Mead along with SBC members Nick Harris and Vernon Hill. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Gov. Matt Mead visited the Wind River Indian Reservation on Thursday as part of a pledge to meet with the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho business councils twice a year. First, he stopped in Fort Washakie to meet with the Shoshone council. He visited with the Arapaho council in Ethete soon afterward to talk about current governmental affairs and efforts to work cooperatively. From left, SBC members Leslie Shakespeare, Karen LaCroix and Clint Wagon prepared for a photo with Mead along with SBC members Nick Harris and Vernon Hill. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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