121st Arlee Esyapqeyni/Celebration continues once banned tribal celebration
THD Guided Care Dietitian Kati Burton to bring nutritional information to Char-Koosta News
The annual Arlee Fourth of July Parade might not be the biggest parade in the area but in its case size doesn’t matter.
research study revealed a decline in speakers of the Towa language and Jemez Education Director Kevin Shendo said the community needed to act quickly
lthough no restrictions are in place at this time, the extended forecast calls for temperatures in the high 80s, vegetation is beginning to cure.
Roughly 600 guests from Head Start centers across the reservation came together to celebrate culture and commemorate another year.
Some of the best Native American dancers and drum groups in North America will gather at the University of Montana on Friday and Saturday, April 19-20, for the 51st Annual Kyiyo Celebration in the Adams Center
POLSON — Glenn Charles Howlett, age 64 of Polson, passed away on July 7, 2019 in his home and surrounded by family after his battle with cancer.
Vicky Lynn Deranleau-Osbourne passed in her sleep on June 27, 2019. She was 67 years old. Her husband Don Osbourne of 32 years survives her, daughter Kelly Valdez of New York, Krayger Deranleau of Washington State, her brothers Daryl, Dana, Royal (Becky), Rocky(Carrie), Nieces, Lacey (Travis…
ARLEE — Audi (Audrey Ann) Moran, 66, passed away due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident at mile marker 43, Hwy 93, Charlo, on June 24, 2019. Audi born October 5, 1952, in Shurz, Nevada; she was raised in Gardnerville, NV, and attended schools in Douglas County, NV. Audi married …
PABLO – Fredrick Gerald “Jerry” Maiers, 80, passed away June 13 at Woodland, WA.
Darrell Lee Anderson/Azure was born in Great Falls, Montana, on November 13, 1965. Darrell was a proud member of the Little Shell Chippewa Tribe and spent much of his childhood near the tribe’s center at Hill 57 in Great Falls, Montana. In 2006 Darrell’s volunteer lobbying efforts on behalf …