February is American Heart Month and Go Red for Women and the Tribal Health Department Diabetes Program took the lead on the locally acknowledged issue
A well-attended Kootenai Culture Committee Elders Council meeting got updates from the Preservation Office on its projects and the Montana Department of Transportation’s Perma Curves redesign and reconstruction project.
Love Lives Here in the Flathead is teaming up with the Native American Student Association at Flathead Valley Community College in room 139 at the Arts & Technology Building at FVCC to bring awareness to the issue of human trafficking and offer training for community members.
Trump budget fully funds lawsuit attacking protections for Montanans with pre-existing conditions
In a proposed budget released by President Donald Trump earlier this week, the National Park Service would lose nearly $600 million in funding
Once again there were a wide array of issues and updates on them on the agenda for the February Salish Pend d’Oreille Committee Elders Council meeting.
Coyote Stories are a time immemorial part of many Aboriginal people’s oral traditions including the Salish and Pend d’Oreille tribes.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has named Casey Winn Lozar as a vice president and director of its Center for Indian Country Development
Contrary to claims made by the Lake County Commission, the Montana Water Rights Protection Act has tremendous benefits for water users both in Lake County and across our state
Economists at the American Farm Bureau estimated that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would have provided American producers over $4 billion annually in increased sales, but Trump withdrew the U.S. from the agreement.
The VCFCA is simple: It would take the 36 percent annual rate cap and other protections from the overwhelmingly bipartisan Military Lending Act (MLA) and extend them to all consumers.
The prevalence of chronic wasting disease in Montana has created “a new reality” for hunters and wildlife managers, just two years after it was first detected in the state.
Additional Montana case related to national outbreak identifiedDepartment of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials have identified one additional case of illness related to the national outbreak of e-cigarette use, or vaping.
A variety of emerging technologies and innovative practices are being adopted widely by producers to improve soil health, and interest in these technologies and practices is spreading quickly.
They say it takes a village to raise a child. It also takes community member support to beautify the unique village of Polson.
Budget priorities include Operation Lady Justice to address the missing and murdered crisis, investing in tribal energy production and broadband development, full funding for Contract Support Costs and a new account for Payments for Tribal Leases
Budget Priorities include BIE’s Strategic Direction initiative, broadband expansion in schools, and tribal student success
Each year, the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission (MFWP) allows one conservation group to auction off a permit that allows the winner to hunt in any moose hunting district in the state.
On behalf of the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation, we send good wishes to the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
Kati Burton, CSKT Tribal Health Dietitian and Ginger Pitts SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educator from Montana State University teamed up and taught a creative commods class.
alish Kootenai College’s Indigenous Perspectives and Sights course welcomed Early Childhood Services participants, children and adults to a family dinner at the Evelyn Stevenson Building to pass on traditional coyote stories
Preparations are underway for the Salish & Kootenai Housing Authority to sponsor two high school basketball teams (9 girls and 9 boys) to participate in the 35th Annual AMERIND All West Native American 100 Basketball Classic
Montana Department of Livestock reported that a single game farm elk in eastern Montana has been confirmed positive for Chronic Wasting Disease
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on a proposal to purchase a conservation easement that would protect approximately 50 acres of important fish and wildlife habitat along the Kootenai River
Rocky Mountain College will host actor Gary Farmer in its third installment of the Presidential Lecture Series
Northwest Tribes call on Federal Government to respect Tribal opposition to controversial environmental decisions that impact traditional lands
Gov. Steve Bullock’s Climate Solutions Council officially reached the halfway mark in its deliberations this week with the approval of a suite of draft recommendations designed to bring greenhouse gas emissions from Montana’s electrical grid to net-zero by 2035.