Dry weather and low water reserves prompt city to limit water use. Part of city temporarily shut off from water supply.
The U.S. Constitution states that treaties are the “supreme law of the Land.”
Half of the proceeds from the event and donations will be donated to CSKT’s MMIP funds to help families directly affected
A group of organizations and agencies joined with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to create the Mission Mountains Youth Crew
TORRÉON, NM — Tony M. Sandoval began his trek across the Rainbow Trail, July 20, 2021, with his youngest son Antoine at his bedside. Tony was born to Sam and Mary (Yazzie) Sandoval November 26, 1943 in Thoreau, New Mexico. Tony was a dedicated member of the Dine’ Tribe; speaking Dine’ fluent…
Let me tell you the untold stories of an epic car racing flagman. On July 18, 2021, Guy Wade Stinger received his black flag out of the mortal realm, and has now entered into the big raceway in the sky. The epic tales of his life will live on in the hearts of his loved ones forever.
DAYTON — Ryan Patrick Nicholas Lefthand, 35, passed away on Friday, May 28, 2021. He was born on November 14, 1985, in Kalispell to parents Edna Mae Lefthand and Wilbert Lee Michel. Ryan attended Two Eagle River School and was a collector of Star Notes and Mario Coins. He was also known for …
Born to Charles Victor (Vic) Cordier and Pearl Rein Cordier on October 19, 1941, in St Ignatius, MT as the eleventh of twelve children, died of natural causes on May 28, 2021, at the age of 79. He attended the St. Ignatius public school system and married his high school sweetheart, Janice S…
Our beloved brother, grandpa, uncle, and friend Gerald James Stiffarm — Wus Bee Ah Thot (Bear Shirt) — journeyed to the Big Sands on July 6, 2021. He was born to Tom and Vina Stiffarm on December 16, 1949, at Fort Belknap Agency.