Hard work from different parts of CSKT are honored and recognized
The Upper Columbia Conservation Commission gathered in Missoula Monday to assess the past summer boating and water recreation season, and to look forward and plan for the upcoming season and beyond
All are invited to attend our monthly economic development meetings on the third Monday of each month at 1:30 p.m. in the conference room across from the Tribal Council Chambers
One hundred three lake trout anglers out of four hundred sixteen entered have turned in a total of 6,289 lake trout entries and one live “cat” fish in the 2019 Fall Mack Days Fishing Event
Grizzly bear collisions with vehicles on US Hwy 93 on the Flathead Reservation have been far fewer in 2019, compared to last year when six bears were lost
U.S. Senator Jon Tester is announcing nearly $8 million in Department of Justice (DOJ) grant funding for Montana Tribes, as part of his ongoing effort to provide resources to Indian Country to bolster Tribal courts, support victims, and combat violence against Native American women
The Billings Gazette reports Harlem passed a resolution on Sept. 9 to join Missoula, Bozeman and Helena as Montana cities that have changed the name of the federal holiday that will be marked next Monday.
A Texas-based oil and gas company has reached an out-of-court settlement to permanently retire its oil and gas lease south of Glacier National Park on land considered sacred by the Blackfeet tribe.
The announcement last week came a day after a federal judge gave final approval for the transfer of the mines from bankrupt Cloud Peak Energy to the Navajo Transitional Energy Co.
A dozen people joined in the CSKT tribal council meeting room last Monday to share a home cooked meal and hear updates from tribal departments
There are six weeks remaining in the 2019 Fall Mack Days Fishing Event sponsored by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
The Superintendent of Seattle Public Schools and former Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Denise Juneau, has announced her endorsement
On Montana’s American Indian Heritage Day, Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Commissioner of Higher Education Clayton Christian announced $350,000 to assist Montana Tribal Colleges in growing accessibility to the HiSet.
While both The American Legion and Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) acknowledge the need some people feel to express themselves in this way, the placement of private memorials within a roadway’s right-of-way is not allowed under state statutes.
Like the tribal people of the Flathead Reservation and tribal people across the nation, Whitebark Pine trees are fighting to stay in the ecosystem through incredible resistance to attacking elements
You only had to look in the excited eyes of the youngsters at the sign-in station as they stared excitedly at the buzz of activities that awaited them as soon as their parents’ signature was completed
Incashola shared his stories and insight with the attendees at the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation annual conference held at Salish Kootenai College.
The confirmed case is a Yellowstone County resident in their 30s with a history of vaping nicotine and THC. This individual was hospitalized in August, and is now home recovering
Attorney General Tim Fox and U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme announced their offices, together with the FBI and the Bureau of Indian Affairs, will co-sponsor a second missing persons training for the public and law enforcement.
Fall is upon us and with falling leaves come rising program opportunities. There is so much going on at the library in October we hope you will be able to attend at least one of our exciting events.
A $300,000 grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance recently made possible a program where Native participants in Drug Treatment Court can receive programming specific to their culture.
The two-day Blackfeet MMIW Tribunal will record public testimony from MMIW survivors and victims’ families, as well as providing private sessions for witnesses who may be hesitant to share their accounts in a public forum
Danna Jackson, chief legal counsel for the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation and a Kootenai descendant, will discuss the status of crimes against women in Indian Country as the Doig Center lecture series resumes.
U.S. Senator Steve Daines in a U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs (SCIA) hearing urged his colleagues to take action in expanding access to broadband spectrum in Montana’s tribal communities.
Soon the town of Elmo will be blanketed with colorful community artwork known as “barn quilts” thanks to an alliance of graduate students and a couple local organizations.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, as owner of the southern half of Flathead Lake, have a huge stake in keeping the Flathead River Basin mussel free.