Speaking up for voiceless animals in New Town, ND

Speaking up for voiceless animals in New Town, ND By Jacqueline Hayward Spegal On December 26th, 2020, over a dozen people gathered in New Town, ND for a peaceful protest against animal abuse. Despite the below freezing temperatures and the fact that it was the day...

MHA Nation Leaders Honor Young Warrior

MHA Nation Leaders Honor Young Warrior Trey Brady Ready for Challenges Ahead in the Army Following in the Footsteps of Father and Forefathers  Last Thursday, at the December Tribal Business Council (TBC) meeting at MHA Nation headquarters, tribal leaders honored Trey...

MHA Receives a “360 View on Drug Trends

MHA Nation, much like the rest of the country, is enduring tough times. With the winter season upon us, mental health tends to deplete as seasonal depression rises, and the COVID-19 pandemic only creates an even bigger combination of setbacks for the community....

RETIREMENT CEREMONY AT THE TRIBAL COUNCIL

RETIREMENT CEREMONY AT THE TRIBAL COUNCIL By: Sherry Stevens Managing Editor, MHA Times Will Maquire of KMHA 91.3 submitted audio and photos in this article *This article is lengthy (comprised of almost 4,000 words) as the ceremony was transcribed from audio, and...

MHA HAS AN ELECTRICAL DIVISION CALLED SOUTH SEGMENT ELECTRIC

MHA HAS AN ELECTRICAL DIVISION CALLED SOUTH SEGMENT ELECTRIC  By Sherry Stevens, Editor, MHA TIMES NEW TOWN – In October 2019, South Segment’s Councilman, Cory Spotted Bear, organized an electrical service company called South Segment Electric in Twin Buttes and would...

PRESCRIBED BURNS OUTSIDE OF NEW TOWN

PRESCRIBED BURNS OUTSIDE OF NEW TOWN By: Sherry Stevens, Editor NEW TOWN – Thursday the TAT Fire Management Team led by Director, Marle Baker was working to burn overgrown shrubs, weeds and debris around the eastern perimeter of Riverview Estates to make the community...