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Closure Continues Closure Continues

FLATHEAD RESERVATION – Tribal council chairwoman Shelly Fyant said on July 6 the tribe fully intended to end its shelter-in-place order on July 13, but then, a number of cases of COVID-19 started ramping up.  On Monday morning the council was informed of three cases in the county. After lunch, ...

Innovative youth campaign part 3 released with Yvng Vin Innovative youth campaign part 3 released with Yvng Vin

News from CSKT   PABLO – Driven by concerns that young people may not be responding to COVID-19 prevention guidelines, a committee of tribal leaders formed to discuss strategies, which might raise the awareness among teens that they have the power to protect their elders. What emerged was an ...

Lake County residents encouraged to wear a mask

News from Lake County-CSKT Unified Command Center – COVID-19 cases in the Mission Valley are increasing at a rapid pace and we each need to do our part to slow the spread of the virus. Medical officials concur that the surest way to slow the spread is to practice social distancing, and use personal mas...

Outdoor burning by permits closed, fire danger remains moderate

News from CSKT Division of Fire   FLATHEAD RESERVATION – Fire officials with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Division of Fire have restricted debris burning, outdoor burning, that started on July 1. People who burned this spring should go check on their piles to make sure...

CSKT Tribal Council modifies resolution CSKT Tribal Council modifies resolution

News from CSKT FLATHEAD RESERVATION – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council recently took action to modify the current resolution to allow all people who reside on the Flathead Indian Reservation full return of access and use of tribal lands, including campgrounds and recreation land...

CSKT Tribal Council modifies resolution to open recreation to all residents

News from CSKT   FLATHEAD RESERVATION – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council recently took action to modify the current resolution to allow all people who reside on the Flathead Indian Reservation full return of access and use of tribal lands, including campgrounds and recreat...

Governor urges swift passage of Water Rights Protection Act in U.S. Senate

News from the Office of the Governor  MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock called for swift passage of the Montana Water Rights Protection Act to ratify the Montana and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Water Compact after the bill was heard in the US Senate Indian Affairs Committee on Wednesday, ...

Second musical artist helps share COVID-19 message on reservation Second musical artist helps share COVID-19 message on reservation

News from CSKT   PABLO – Driven by concerns that young people may not be responding to COVID-19 prevention guidelines, a committee of tribal leaders formed to discuss strategies which might raise the awareness among teens that they have the power to protect their elders. What emerged was an i...

Virus Tracking Virus Tracking

LAKE COUNTY – Organized by the Lake County and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Unified Command Center, the free COVID-19 testing event held across the reservation last week was part of a four-day, four-town cooperative effort among state, county and tribal agencies to slow the spread of the res...

Lake County sees increase in active COVID-19 cases

Lake County has seven active cases of COVID-19 with the most recent case reported on June 22. The state of Montana has counted 12 cases total in the county since March 26 when the first case was reported.  Two children in the age range of zero to 9 have been reported to have the virus, and another ch...


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