Community members expressed their delight at attending a powwow at Kicking Horse after so many years.
Native voter turnout is often a cause for concern among the civic-minded in Indian Country, and the 2022 midterm election was no exception.
Studies show that Native students do get more grants than white students, but they are more likely to have unmet needs, and thus more likely to incur student debt while attending college or university.
“In the last six months, we have lost over a dozen people to suicide,” said Dana Grant of Safe Harbor.
The MSU Flathead Reservation Extension Office (FREO) works with the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) to engage youth in agriculture.
ELMO — Qaenen Til Adams was born November 1, 2022 at 4:02 a.m. to Letitia Kallowat and Gene Adams. He left the world quickly due to complications at birth. He touched many lives and was very loved at the time of his birth. He was a blessing and a gift from the moment he came into existence.
Charles “Jack” Delano Plumage — Hamaza “Iron Horn” — a proud member of the Assiniboine/Nakoda Tribe began his journey to the Spirit World on Sunday, November 13, 2022, at a physical rehabilitation center in Great Falls, MT. He surely was greeted by his lifelong tethered-at-the-heart Indian B…
ELMO — Richard Thomas Nichols, age 52, passed away on November 7, 2022. He was born on March 15, 1970, at St. Joseph Hospital in Polson to Betty Tenas Nichols and Richard Justin Nichols.
POLSON — Myrtle Ann Crouch Stinger, age 93, passed from this life to join her loved ones in Heaven on November 9, 2022. She was born to Charles Crouch and Francis Putt Crouch on October 11, 1929. She was married to James L. Stinger, who sadly preceded her in death. They had three children. S…
Born in Polson Montana at St. Joseph Hospital December 22, 1955 passed on November 3, 2022.