Historic Blizzard

By Brian Heskin, MHA Times Reporter As a historic blizzard moved over North Dakota this past week, most residents were stuck in their homes unable to do much of anything until streets and highways were eventually cleared. More than two feet of snow fell over the Ft....

We the People – 04/20

The Brown decision and America’s commitment to equality By David Adler “If it was not the most important decision in the history of the court,” Justice Stanley Reed observed of Brown v. Board of Education, “it was very close.” The Supreme Court’s opinion in Brown,...

Snow Honored at MHA After Stellar Career

Snow Honored at MHA After Stellar Career By Logan J. Davis,  Contributing Writer The MHA Nation has attracted many people to their homelands because of the beauty of the land and the people who have lived here for millennia. One of those individuals who came to live...

TAT Head Start Prom

By Dana Chase The Three Affiliated Tribes Head Start program hosted an “Evening Under the Stars Ball” at the Four Bears Casino ball room. Students and their families enjoyed a night of dancing and family oriented fun. There were a daddy/daughter,...