BISMARCK — Members of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation have opened a new Bismarck facility to give its members a new epicenter for community resources. The Sage Coulee Outreach and Wellness Facility was built to provide its more than 1,700 enrolled MHA Nation members in the Bismarck-Mandan-Lincoln area with resources for their well-being. The new $6.9 million facility has a workout area, conference center and kitchen, among other communal resources. “Our mission is to advocate for our members anywhere we can” if they need help finding resources, said Mark Little Owl, the director of the facility that opened in late June.
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