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Shoshone-Paiute Tribal Headquarters
Physical Address:
1036 Idaho State Highway 51, Owyhee County, ID 83604


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NOTICE

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Sho-Pai Mountain City Grazing Association RFP
for Replacement of Two Water Developments

Bid Opens: March 28, 2017
Bid Closes: April 5, 2017

USFS Trough Installation Specs


PUBLIC NOTICE

SPT from the Department of Defense (DoD) to provide construction assistance under the Innovative Rediness Training Program (IRT).

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2017 Ramah Settlement Funds Distribution


RAMAH DISTRIBUTION NOTICE

RAMAH AFFIDAVIT

W-9

RAMAH RESOLUTION

All may be faxed to the Finance Office at (208) 759-3102
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Notice of Referendum Election

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This is a special publication of the Sho-Pai News to announce and post the scheduled Referendum Election of the Ramah Class Action Settlement (a one-time settlement amount). Included in this publication is the Resolution to officially request for a Referendum Election regarding the per-capita distribution of Ramah Class Action Settlement funds to all Shoshone-Paiute Tribal Members, the 2017 Ramah Referendum Election Schedule, the Ramah Settlement Distribution Timeline, and the Ramah Navajo Settlement Fact Sheet.

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Points of Interest


Arts & Culture

  • 2017 4th of July Powwow
  • 2017 4th of July Rodeo
  • Annual All Indian Men's & Women's Basketball Tournament
  • Arbor Day Celebration (April)
  • Duck Valley Birthday Celebration (April)
  • Veteran's Day Powwow (November)

Recreation & Scenic

  • Antelope Hunt
  • Blue Creek Wetlands
  • Lake Billy Shaw
  • Mountain View Reservoir
  • Owyhee River
  • Sheep Creek Reservoir
 

Where is Duck Valley?


The Duck Valley Indian Reservation is situated in a beautiful, green valley on the Nevada and Idaho border. Established by Executive order on April 16, 1877, the site for this reservation was selected by Captain Sam, a Shoshone leader who felt that the plentiful wild game, anadromous fish, wild berries, abundant water and the fertile valley soil held a promising future for our people.  In 1886 and again in 1910 additional land was annexed...

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