Posoh Mawanew Weyak
(Hello Everyone)

Welcome to the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin. The Menominee Tribe's history is unique because our origin or creation begins at the mouth of the Menominee River, a mere 60 miles east of our present Menominee Indian Reservation. This is where our five clans: ancestral Bear, Eagle, Wolf, Moose, and Crane were created. Not many tribes in this region can attest to the fact their origin place exists close or near to their present reservation. This is where our history begins. Explore and feel the history of the Menominee Indian Tribe from past to present.

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JOM Reimbursement Shoe Cap and Gown
Please see the attached flyers on the reimbursement for shoes and cap and gowns through the JOM program.

For more information contact Ra’el Wilber at 715-799-7099 or rmwilber@mitw.org. (Read More)
Election Commission Vacant Seat Notice


The Menominee Tribal Election Commission has ONE vacant seat on the commission. This is an appointed position.

Eligibility Requirements are:
-Must… (Read More)
UPDATE - Missing Person - Raymond A Tourtillott

Raymond Tourtillott was located safe on 02/27/2023.
Thank you for the people that provided information to assist us in locating him.

Missing Person

Raymond A. Tourtillott
Native American… (Read More)
Charter Spectrum's Affordable Connectivity Program and our low-cost offering
Please see the attached information on Charter/Spectrum Supplemental Information on Affordable Connectivity Program and Low-Cost Service Offering. (Read More)
WARNING-Fentanyl laced marijuana circulating in our community
Messaging from Menominee Tribal Police Department

Recently our Tribal Officers had 2 separate incidents in which Marijuana was seized from individuals.
Upon testing the seized marijuana both items… (Read More)
Brand names of high risk artificial tears expanded

The CDC is now naming two brand names of artificial tears which could be contaminated with drug-resistant pseudomonas bacteria. The following is CDC advice to the… (Read More)
Wisconsin DHS Health Alert 54- Increased reports of Toxic Shock Syndrome associated with super absorbency tampon use
Increased reports of Toxic Shock Syndrome associated with super absorbency tampon use
Bureau of Communicable Diseases
February 7, 2023

Key Points

• DHS is monitoring an increase in reports of … (Read More)
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