General Manager-Buzzy Covers Up
Rodeo Manager-Greg Three Irons
Parade Manager-Destiny White Clay
Racing Commissioner-Ryan Fitzpatrick
Contact: Bryce Rogers, Fire Management Officer
Phone number: 406 638-2247
Crow firefighters are completing containment of the 16 acre East Fork 2 fire in the Sarpy Hills, caused by lightning Tuesday. One Crow engine, our helicopter and helitack crew are working in Washington state. Crow crews worked in Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada this summer.
It may be sunny and 102 degrees Friday, 97 degrees Saturday, with the driest air of the summer. Mid 90 temperatures will stick around for up to a week; even green grass burns now. We respect our community, protect our neighborhood, and protect ourselves by preventing fires now. Here are hints to help keep safer:
Fire engines plan to patrol Crow Fair daily. Please make room for them. Smokey Bear is nearby too, looking forward to Crow Fair.
If you have received a notice from the Apsaalooke Nation Housing Authority to submit a re-certification for your HUD unit lease, please turn in all required documentation in order to prevent any Per Capita Checks to be held by our office. All Per Capita Checks will be released once your re-certification is completed. We’re striving to bring ANHA into compliance with the US. Dept of HUD and to create opportunities for new development and new homes for future Tribal members. Annual re-certifications, rental payment and annual inspections are required as part of your dwelling lease for your low-rental or mutual-help home. We thank you for your understanding on behalf of your Housing Authority.
Karl Little Owl
ANHA Cabinet Head
The Apsaalooke Nation P.O. Box 159 Crow Agency, MT 59022 is preparing the August 2013 Per Capita dis-tribution. In order to bring the membership roll of the Apsaalooke Nation current for this distribution we are establishing the cutoff date for New Enrollment Application as July 12, 2013 at the close of business day.
The Crow Tribe Education Department Higher Education Grant applications are due today by 5 p.m. The education grant funds college students around the state, as well as nationally. There is a student barbecue at noon today in front of the Education Department.
The deadline for the July issue of the Apsaalooké Nation Newspaper is 5 p.m., July 5.
We welcome all story ideas, photo ideas, public service announcements and community achievers.
A.N.N. now offers classified advertising: $5 for 50 words, $10 for 50 words with a picture. Submit your happy ads and announcements at this amazing price.
Contact the Media office at 638-4115 or 638-7318 for all advertising inquiries or story ideas.