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Sage West Hospitals Phase II plan for Coronavirus Infection, Fremont County. ... See MoreSee Less

Sage West Hospitals Phase II plan for Coronavirus Infection, Fremont County.

10 hours ago

A food distribution will be at Foundations For Nations Christian Church on Saturday, April 11th, starting at 1pm at 620 E Monroe Avenue in Riverton. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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If you went before can you go again

Antonia Antelope

Rana Mandan

We will also have Easter candy for the kids! We will keep our social distance at 6ft, we will wear masks and gloves too. We want to make sure our volunteers and community are safe! We have enough food for 500 families. God bless you

Julene Christian Todd

Crystal Lionshowz Robdawg Blackburn

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Wind River Inter Tribal Council public health and mandatory stay-at-home order resolution, April 01, 2020. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

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I was wondering if there any kind of stimulus check for enrolled members like the one the IRS is issuing? My tax refund goes to my ex. And it wouldn't be fair if she got this also. I have to live too. Just asking. Thanks.

It's for our people. Do you realize that if our children or grandchildren go into the hospital they will suffer. No parent or grandparent will be able to hold them... to comfort them. They will be in an area alone and suffering. Our elders will also suffer alone. No children or grandchildren to comfort them. They can also die alone. Be cremated and buried without us. I will do everything possible for my child. My grandchildren. My brothers and sisters. Their families. So even tho we will suffer.. just like our lodges we do this for our families. Just my thoughts on this. I miss my lil family. I pray for them constantly. That's why I will sacrifice everything for them.

From what I heard your council members and their families are sitting pretty while the rest of us are struggling out here. We all can't afford to stay home for a whole two weeks. I can't find what I need today so I have to go find what I can tomorrow. I've had to give some of my elders tissue and food because they have nothing. It's time for the council to start helping their people now!!!

Like that’s going to happen. We can’t all stay home and not go to work. We can’t not stay home without food/ and necessities to live. Bills don’t stop coming.

Arapaho traditions is to extend help to those that need it. We have very large families, therefore we should be helping each other. Shame on you if you are watching family go without and you know you can help.

So are we still allowed to hunt? And what if we still have to go to work? most dont clock out till after 5??? Also most dont have their own vehicles and need rides to get to and from work how is this going to affect them?

Its just basically asking ppl who are able to stay home to stay home and shutting down small buisness restaurants playgrounds recreational its what Utah's under already you can still go out to get food and it involves the police who can give tickets but working ppl medical construction school lunch ect. their still all working here I still am and our numbers here are over a 1000 as of today ppl don't listen their out and about shopping everything but the Shelter in place is the one to worry about

What happens if u don't do it and continue to goto work

Can essential workers still go to work in Riverton?

So what about the people that don't have money to stock up and get supplies for two weeks??? I know of people who are not getting any kind of help that need supplied and food

Where's the elders supplies?? We sent them forms in never heard or received anything yet ...

These comments are exactly why this virus is going to ravage this reservation.

Like this will keep natives home. They don't listen.

Where are our young men who should be looking after our tribe?

Amiel Qwhiteplume

Monroe Rhonda

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Fire restrictions, please read. ... See MoreSee Less

Fire restrictions, please read.

5 days ago

The LIHEAP program is Income based. It is a federal program made to help low income families with they're main source of heat.

To apply you can call 307-332-6228 to do an over the phone application tomorrow at 10:30.

You can also email me or the other receptionist, if you cant get through on the phone. (There are only 3 staff members at this time, but we do want to help as much people as we can)

Emails: tefawnya.quiver@northernarapaho.com or akai.greybull@northernarapaho.com

You will need to provide:
• an over the phone application
• 2 IDs for the head of house hold
• 1 ID for anybody else in the household (
• your income (last pay stub, TANF benefits, Medical G.A. award letter, SSI or SS benefits award letter, unemployment)
• if you or anybody else in the household has NO income you would need to provide a registration paper with Job service, TERO or WIOA.
• your main source of heating bill

You can email all of these documents to us, you can also have some one else do it for you if you are not familiar with email.

We are doing it this way because we are NOT able to let anyone the building for your safety and ours.
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6 days ago