By ROSELYNN YAZZIE
FORT HALL — The Fort Hall Museum’s resident bison, Honey, welcomed a new baby calf over the weekend.
Lance Tissidimit, manager for the Shoshone-Bannock Agriculture Business Corp. Buffalo Department, said Honey is four-years-old. Just like her name, she is sweet in nature and so far, seems to be a good mother. It can be considered somewhat of a miracle she has given birth, considering her struggled past. (cont.)
In other news...
By DANA HERNANDEZ
FORT HALL — The greenhouse nursery native plant program, which is located at the Sho-Ban Jr./Sr. High school had a media day on Tuesday, September 10 where local Fish and Wildlife employees, Zachary Wadsworth, Hunter Osborne, and Tiana Walker were in attendance, as well as Tribal Chairman Ladd Edmo.
Language and Culture department staff were present as well as the various individuals that helped make the greenhouse nursery a success. (cont.)
By LORI ANN EDMO
BLACKFOOT — In honor of the late Jimmie Dann Sr. the Dann family presented a beaded medallion of the Indian Relay logo Jimmie created in the 60’s to the eldest son Danford (Danny) Dann prior to the Indian Relay Races September 5.
Delicia Dann beaded the logo to carry on his legacy. (cont.)
FORT HALL — Over the weekend, the Fort Hall Police Department responded to reported of break ins and property damage at the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Cultural Building, Fish and Wildlife Building, Tribal Enterprises and the Fort Hall Housing Authority building. (cont.)