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
Missoula Police Department Lead Detective Guy Baker, who has been working on Jermain Charlo's case, came to council to support Valenda Morigeau.
CSKT Council representative Len Two Teeth hugs Jermain Charlo’s aunt Valenda Morigeau who came to council to request reward money. Jermain Cha…
Not all members at the May Climate Change Adaptation Committee gathering were present. (Back Row L to R): Susan Howe, 350 Glacier; Jonathan Lo…
Salish Pend d’Oreille Elder Stephen Small Salmon holds baby Piper as a representation of the CSKT Climate Change Adaptation Planning Committee…
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes recognizes the interconnectedness of al life that affects and is affected by climate change
Diabetes is not a matter to be taken lightly because there are serious life altering consequences
James Big Beaver stands in front of Chief Cliff in Elmo. He says the sacred place means “a secret grounding” to him.
Big Beaver said he is extremely happy about his latest new prosthetic leg. “The flexibility is better and I’m getting around like a regular person.”
James rides on his bike every day to help burn calories and get stronger to achieve his next goal of weightlifting.