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Respect for nature taught at River Honoring event Respect for nature taught at River Honoring event

FLATHEAD RIVER – A 10-year-old child reached in a bathtub-sized bucket and felt a wild smallmouth bass swim through her fingers. “It was cool and slimy,” she said. The fish usually lives in the Flathead River but was being utilized for educational purposes during the 33rd annual River Honor...

Tribal Health welcomes new medical director Tribal Health welcomes new medical director

News from CSKT Tribal Health Department ST. IGNATIUS – Tribal Health announces Bernadette Corum, MD, as the new medical director.   Corum’s main duties include seeing patients, all ages, from newborns to elders.  Additionally, Corum performs some critical administrative duties, ...

 Largest jackpot won at Gray Wolf Peak Casino

News from S&K Gaming  EVARO – On May 9, approximately 3:30 p.m., the largest jackpot to date at Gray Wolf Peak Casino was won. The winner received a whopping $276,752.16.  “We offer the biggest payouts in Montana at Gray Wolf Peak Casino and Kwataqnuk Casino and Resort,&rdqu...

Spring Mack Days finishes seventh week

News from CSKT  FLATHEAD LAKE – The nine-week-long 2019 Spring Mack Days fishing event sponsored by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes ends on May 19.  It is not too late to get entries in the lottery drawing and be eligible for one of the many prizes. One entry is allowed fo...

Orphaned grizzly bear cubs roaming Charlo area

News from CSKT FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION – The Tribal Wildlife Management Program is seeking information from the public that can help them pinpoint the movement of the two orphaned yearling grizzly bear cubs roaming the Charlo area. Sadly, these two male grizzly bear cubs have been actively ...

Burn backyard debris safely

News from CSKT   FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION — May is Wildfire Awareness month, the ideal time to reduce the excess vegetation around your home that could pose a wildfire threat.  As you begin spring cleanup, if burning is the only option to dispose of woody material, fire officials ur...

Spring debris burning opens May 1

News from CSKT Division of Fire   FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION – Spring burning season is finally here. Burning is a great way to clear dead vegetation and clean up. Before you light your piles or grass this spring, take the necessary precautions to ensure your burn does not become the next wil...

Springtime on reservation means bears are emerging from dens

News from CSKT  The Tribal Wildlife Management Program reminds the public that springtime on the Flathead Indian Reservation means spring bear activity. Both black bear and grizzly bear are yearlong residents, and once the weather begins to warm up, you can expect to start seeing signs of bear acti...

Women 4 Wellness planning underway Women 4 Wellness planning underway

PABLO – Whether time constraints, fear or cost have prohibited you from pursuing healthcare, it’s time to schedule a day off from work to attend the annual Women 4 Wellness health fair. The event organizers have found ways to eliminate almost all barriers to women pursuing healthcare. This yea...

CSKT announces new hunting, fishing regulations available

News from CSKT Natural Resource Department  The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation announce the availability of hunting, fishing and recreation regulations for the 2019-2020 license season. The new license season began March 1. All bird hunters, anglers an...


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