Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa


Turtle Mountain Law Library

The Library... is now open!

A One-Stop Shop website has been established, by the Tribe’s Legal Department, and powered by the non-profit Open Law Library, that fully encompasses all the legal documents of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa! Law.TMChippewa.com is a place where you’ll find all the resolutions, Tribal Codes, Administrative Policies and much more. All easily searchable, and printable.

Check out the new Online Tribal Law Library today!

Get Your Tribal Photo ID Today

The Tribal Photo ID now has the option of becoming an Organ Donor! 

Thanks to the ‘Greyson Initiative’, the Turtle Mountain Tribe becomes the first Sovereign Nation to show organ donor status on our Tribal ID’s.

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Local Events

Bereavement Benefit Assistance

Stream KEYA 88.5 Live

K.E.Y.A. Radio is excited to announce that you can now stream your favorite local radio station online!

Click the link below to start streaming now

Law Enforcement Tribal Child Protection Investigator

human resource application without letterhead SALARY:                                  $27.21 - Benefits  LOCATION:                           Belcourt Law Enforcement CLASSIFICATION:                Full-Time Regular SUPERVISION:                      Chief of Police...

safety Officer

human resource application without letterhead Classification:              Call-In  (Grant Funded) Salary:                         $25.00 Location:                     Hearts of Hope Supervisor:                  Program Director or Assistant Opening Date:            ...

Public Notice

Little Shell Memorial Powwow Investigation

The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa have concluded their internal investigation related to the Little Shell Memorial Pow Wow finances which had commenced the Tuesday following the LSMP. The appropriate next legal steps are being initiated. Furthermore, as a result of the internal investigation, we will also be implementing new policies and procedures for conducting community/public events in the future. Rest assured the funding for community events is tribal revenue and misappropriation results in both legal and professional consequences.

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The Bureau of Trust Funds Administration may be looking for you.  If your name or someone you know is on this Whereabouts Unknown List you have money, land or both on deposit in an Individual Indian Monies (IIM) account at the Bureau of Trust Funds Administration.   Please call the Bureau of Trust Funds Administration Trust Beneficiary Call Center 1-888-678-6836 to update the account.

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Public Comment

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Miigwech Mawadish

Tribal Headquarters

4180 Highway 281
Belcourt, ND 58316

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Tribal HQ Front Desk
(701) 477-2600