September 26, 2022 COMMUNITY NOTICE: District Meetings this week Monday, Sept 26th: 6:00 PM Fort Hall District Meeting, new location——TBC, Chambers 6:00 PM Gibson District Meeting, Eagle Lodge. Wednesday, Sept … Read More
Native American Student Services – Idaho State University Indigenous Peoples Day – October 10th “Indigenizing the World of Business”Idaho State University will host a day event with workshops and Indian … Read More
SAVE THE DATE!!! “Celebrating our Newe’nuh” Indian Day Activities is set for Friday, Sept 30th and Sat, Oct 1st at Timbee Hall. See flyer for details. On Friday, September … Read More
August 10, 2022 IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Ross Fork fire has burned roughly 2,500 acres. Fire is controlled, multiple agencies assisted. No structures were lost, no injuries, residents were evacuated and … Read More
After a two-year break the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival is back! The four-day event will occur on August 11-14, 2022. The Fort Hall Festival has been an annual event since 1964, … Read More
We will be having a school supplies distribution that will take place 10am-5pm on Monday, August 24th here at TYEP. Curb side pick-up. For Pocatello School District students/parents I also included … Read More
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes received $21.2 million from the U.S. Treasury Department under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act (CRF) for fiscal relief for the coronavirus pandemic. The … Read More
The purpose of the SBT General Financial Assistance Program is to provide a one-time payment of $800 in economic assistance to enrolled Tribal members who have experienced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding of this program is in accordance with the federal CARES Act Relief Fund and is non-taxable as a Tribal general welfare assistance program.