Welcome to the Burns Paiute Tribe!

Welcome to the Burns Paiute Tribe, located near Burns, Oregon in Harney County. The Burns Paiute Tribe is a community of 210 people dedicated to the healthy development of our families. While maintaining the endurance of cultural values and the protection of our vital natural resources, community members enjoy a healthy lifestyle with ample opportunity for vocational and recreational activities. Thanks to the Tribe’s early emphasis on health, wellness and education, our social and justice programs are minimal since the issues that require the need for those programs have all but been eliminated. Tribal leadership is strong, fair and a great model to be followed by future generations of Burns Paiute leaders

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Kortney Fritts

Hello all! My name is Kortney Fritts, your new juvenile crime prevention and tobacco assistant. I’m truly excited about the opportunity to work with the tribal youth and to be

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Justin Laliberte

Hi, my name is Justin Laliberte also known as “Justin chief”, I am 25 years old, and I am an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. I

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Candy Tiller

Hello, my name is Candace Tiller but I usually go by Candy. I was born and raised right here in Harney County. My family name is Cronin. I’ve lived in

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Keith MacGeagh

Keith MacGeagh is an advocate for individual excellence, inclusivity, and community leadership. He seeks to bridge the gap between vision and actualization. His philosophy is to begin with the end

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Miranda Moulton

Hello, my name is Miranda Moulton. I am excited to have been given the opportunity as the new Tribal Probation Officer with the Burns Paiute Tribe. My background includes work

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