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Non-resident recreation temporarily suspended on Flathead Reservation

News from CSKT FLATHEAD RESERVATION – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council passed a resolution to temporarily suspend non-resident recreation on tribally owned land and to also restrict residents to day use recreation only.   The modifications are similar to restrictions tha...

Bailing twine, birds don’t mix Bailing twine, birds don’t mix

News from CSKT Tribal Wildlife Management Program Spring has finally arrived, which means our migrating birds are beginning to return to the Mission Valley. Osprey in particular return between March and April, some returning from the coast of Mexico, more than 1,500 miles from where they were born. O...

Rossbach sentenced for assaulting a police officer Rossbach sentenced for assaulting a police officer

For killing his passenger in a drunk-driving crash, a Ronan man has accepted a plea agreement that could result in a 15-year sentence to the Montana Department of Corrections with half of that time suspended. Brayden A’twen Cutfinger, 21, pleaded guilty at District Court in Polson on April 2 to the ...

Programs for children need donated supplies

Unified Command Center  LAKE COUNTY – Critical items are needed to protect food preparers in the Mission Valley, and donations are needed.  This is a request for masks, rubber gloves, large coolers, meal-size brown-paper bags, hot-food containers with sealing lids, and hand sanitizer,...

Lake County residents test positive for COVID-19

LAKE COUNTY – The Mission Valley was not immune to the COVID-19 virus. On March 26, the Lake County Public Health Department reported the first case. Another person was identified on Saturday and a third on Sunday.  “We put up a good, hard fight, but we now join many other counties in our...

As bears emerge from dens, public reminded to secure attractants As bears emerge from dens, public reminded to secure attractants

News from CSKT  FLATHEAD RESERVATION – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Wildlife Program reminds the public that springtime on the Flathead Reservation means bears will be emerging from dens.   During the early spring months, winter-killed wildlife and succulent vegetation ...

Meeting cancellations, postponed events

Leon Hall potluck 
cancelled ST. IGNATIUS — Leon Hall monthly potluck for April 8 has been cancelled. Hope to see everyone on May 13 when we have a presentation by Prof. Dean Nicolai on Sami people and their culture compared to the Salish Culture.   Horsemen stay home RONAN —...

All travelers required to self-quarantine

News from Lake County Unified Command Center LAKE COUNTY   –If you are returning from any travel outside of the state, there is a state directive that requires a self-quarantine for 14 days. In the Mission Valley, many people return from snow birding after living elsewhere for the winter, a...

CSKT declares shelter in place order

News from CSKT FLATHEAD RESERVATION – Effective immediately, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes ordered everyone within their jurisdiction to stay at their place of residence except as needed to maintain critical necessities. Many states have already ordered shelter in place or stay at h...

CSKT, Lake County governments work together to fight COVID-19

News from CSKT LAKE COUNTY – Lake County Unified Command Center, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and Lake County have joined to fight COVID-19 by creating a Unified Command Center, which is authorized to address the coronavirus threat in our community. The Unified Command Center will ...


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