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Spring Mack Days begins with ice, ends with record catch

News from CSKT Natural Resources To all Mack Days anglers, a special “thank you” to everyone who helped make the 2019 Spring Mack Days Fishing Event on Flathead Lake such a great success. The event total of 40,357 lake trout caught was the largest since we began the events in 2002. Every fish counts and every angler counts. Jason Mahlen set new records with a 15 day average of 100 and a total fish count of 2,134. Kolton Turner gave him some competition with a 91.8 average and total of 1,822 for second. Lady angler Julie Perkins set a new record with 589. Larry Karper was first in the 70 & Over with 628. Matt Guckenberg Jr. came in first in the 13-17 category with ...


Reward increased for Jermain Charlo information Reward increased for Jermain Charlo information

News from CSKT PABLO – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Tribal Council agreed to offer $10,000 for information regarding a woman who has been missing for over a year. Previously, Council authorized the donation of $1,000 for information on the whereabouts of Jermain Charlo. La...


Local woman honored at UM graduation

MISSOULA – Cammie Lynn Pablo, formerly of Pablo, received her Associate of Arts degree in Communications Studies during the University of Montana spring commencement. Pablo’s degree was awarded Summa Cum Laude. The night before graduation Pablo received the President’s Outstanding Senior...


Rebecca Whitesell awarded Gilman Scholarship Rebecca Whitesell awarded Gilman Scholarship

News from Carroll College  HELENA — Carroll College is pleased to announce that Rebecca Whitesell is one of 395 American undergraduate students from 152 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study...


Rebecca Whitesell awarded Gilman Scholarship

News from Carroll College  HELENA — Carroll College is pleased to announce that Rebecca Whitesell is one of 395 American undergraduate students from 152 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study...


briefs for June 19, 2019

McGuinness awarded prestigious P.E.O. Scholarship POLSON — The prestigious P.E.O. STAR Scholarship, for the 2019-20 academic year, was awarded to Shea McGuinness, a recent graduate of Polson High School. The scholarship certificate was presented at a recent meeting by P.E.O. Chapter CA President L...


PHS seniors, alums awarded $38,750 in scholarships

Polson Scholarship and Education Foundation awarded 29 scholarships totaling $38,750 to Polson High School seniors and former Polson High School graduates who are currently attending an accredited 2-year, 4-year, community college, university or vocational school. The following scholarships are set up thr...


Honor roll for 4th quarter 2018-19

Ronan High School 4th quarter honor roll   4.0   Seniors: Rakeena Caye, Emilie Corley, Corbin Davis, Kara Holmlund, Tyler Joachim, Maggie Lund, Hannah Moss, Corina Normandeau, Nicolas Peterson, Sacorra Reum, Rose Marie Santos, Austin Taylor, Tiana Ulutoa, Aurrora Watkins Juniors...


Permits needed for spring debris burning

FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION — Spring burning season by permit is here. Burning is a great way to clear dead vegetation and clean up. Before you light your piles or grass this June, take the necessary precautions to ensure your burn does not become the next wildfire. Careless debris burning is the numbe...


Chronic Wasting Disease found in Libby

News from CSKT Natural Resources Department  FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION — Chronic wasting disease is a disease that attacks the brain and nervous system of infected deer, moose and elk. CWD is thought to be spread directly, through nose-to-nose contact, most commonly via saliva, urine and fe...


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