Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney and Main Street Montana Project entourage stop by Pablo
The last meeting of the Séliš-Ql̓ispé Culture Committee until September was another informational filled gathering that touched many bases of interest.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council voted unanimously on Thursday to increase the reward money to $10,000 for any information that leads to solving the case for missing CSKT tribal member Jermain Charlo
John Wheeler is the new Veterans Affairs (VA) Tribal Health Care Advocate for CSKT. He says the new vehicle is being used to transport veterans to Veterans Affairs offices in Kalispell and Missoula, and other functions the CSKT VA program is requested to attend
CSKT member named to task force
Following the recent passage of legislation to create a state missing indigenous persons task force, Attorney General Tim Fox announced its members
The morning portion of the meeting will focus on administrative business including a review and approval of the Commission’s meeting minutes, update on staff work, financials, a new website, and a two-year work plan. Discussion and potential decisions on action items will be discussed, including budgeting the $117,000 funds allocated for the new fiscal year, advancing a stormwater project in the basin and relevant legislative updates.
The county will use the funds to conduct environmental assessments and develop cleanup plans for those three priority brownfield sites.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Tribal Council agreed to offer $10,000 for information regarding a woman who has been missing for almost a year.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes recognizes the interconnectedness of al life that affects and is affected by climate change
Thirty-three Mission High School seniors were awarded their high school graduation diplomas at Saturday’s graduation ceremonies.
On Friday the focus was on the eighth grade graduates at the graduation ceremony but it was also on the other young Nk̓ʷusm students at the Séliš Language School as well as several fluent Séliš speakers in attendance.
Third graders from area schools Reservation wide were invited to participate in the 17th annual Migratory Bird Day poster contest; this year’s event was organized by the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribal Wildlife Management Program & The Information and Education Program.
HELENA — State Auditor Matt Rosendale advises Montanans to prepare for this year’s fire season by creating a home inventory and knowing their insurance policy ahead of time. People should also create a defensible space around their property by removing brush, trimming trees, keeping grasses …
The Shining Valley Homeowner’s Association (HOA) of Rice Lane would like to notify our neighbors and the public that we intend to block Rice Lane to through traffic in coming weeks.
The OPI is dedicated to ensuring that diverse learning opportunities are available for all students with regard to their interests, ambitions, goals, learning styles, and place in life.
Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton attempted Wednesday to overrule Gov. Steve Bullock’s veto of a bill by saying the governor did not deliver it to his office in time, creating a potential clash over the two offices’ powers.
Arlee Warriors shooting guard Greg Whitesell and point guard Lane Johnson have signed letters of intent to play basketball and seek a post high school education at United Tribes Technical College in Bismark, North Dakota beginning this fall
The 28 members of the Arlee High School Class of 2019 closed the book on the big bite of their young lives when they tossed their tassels or eagle feathers from the right side of their mortarboards to the left
Photography instructor David J. Spear recently announced that his Two Eagle River School students will be traveling to New Mexico later this summer for a one week educational trip
The old Town Pump location has donated the parking lot to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes on a month-to-month basis to use as an AIS inspection station
In honor of you and others graduating this year, Tribal Education would like to invite CSKT tribal member graduates from eighth grade, seniors, and college graduates of certifications to Ph. D’s to an exclusive event.
Ceremonial signing also celebrates legislation that honors Montana’s native heritage and history
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has his timeline for implementing legislation to improve communication and collaboration among law enforcement agencies as they investigate missing persons cases
Gov. Steve Bullock on Thursday held a ceremonial signing of legislation to erect a monument and display the flags of the state’s eight recognized Native American tribes
Spending time outdoors around water and in swimming pools is a great way to stay active and healthy during the summer season in Montana
The program spans nine months, with a two-day retreat in September and eight monthly sessions from October through May.
The June “First Saturday” event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. offers one watercolorist, one jewelry maker, a DVD film showing, and a book reading and signing.
Through cooperative efforts, the UC3 is tasked with monitoring the condition of aquatic resources in the tributaries to the Columbia River by providing coordination on response and detection efforts.
Onscreen aunty of Indian Country Tantoo Cardinal graced the stage of the Missoula Urban Indian Health Center’s third annual Indigenous Film Festival last month for a Montana’s premiere screening of “Falls Around Her.”
The two-day event hosted over a thousand students from across the Flathead Reservation, providing an expeditionary learning experience on the rich ecosystem and cultural significance of one of the area’s most monumental waterways