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Articles with the Tag: Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes

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If we care about our Indigenous communities, we have to start caring about food sovereignty. Our communities’ health is in crisis. According to new research, “Over 50% of Indigenous people worldwide over the age of 35 have type 2 diabetes. Indigenous peoples suffer from poorer health, are more li...

National Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Honorees 2022 National Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Honorees 2022

News from Dana Grant LAKE COUNTY — Heroes in the movies often appear larger than life. They have special abilities and wear some outrageous outfits. Not to mention teleportation, mind melding, and all the rest. Local heroes might not have the same fashion sense or unusual skills, but they do share...

Big Medicine repatriated to CSKT Big Medicine repatriated to CSKT

News and photo from the Montana Historical Society HELENA — Big Medicine, the sacred white bison on display at the Montana Historical Society in Helena, is being repatriated to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes at their request. The MTHS Board of Trustees voted unanimously Thursday to...

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Every two years, Montanans who are elected from their communities travel from all over Montana to gather at the State Capitol to convene the Montana Legislature. During our time together, we work to deliver legislation that will help Montanans, including funding for our schools and hospitals, protecting our ...

Bear sightings in Lake County increase Bear sightings in Lake County increase

LAKE COUNTY — There has been an increase in bear sightings in communities this year, but according to biologists from the Wildlife Management Program of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, it isn’t due to this year’s fire activity.  The main suspected reason, according to b...

Interior Department issues guidance to strengthen tribal co-stewardship of public lands, waters

News from the Departmemt of the Interior WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior released new guidance to improve federal stewardship of public lands, waters and wildlife by strengthening the role of Tribal governments in federal land management. New guidance from the Bureau of Land Management...

2022 Fall Mack Days is almost here

News from the CSKT Natural Resources Department FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Fall Mack Days will begin on Sept. 15 and end on Nov. 13. This will be the 41st Mack Days Fishing Event sponsored by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Mack Days began in the fall of 2002 with 888 lake trout entered b...

Ronan Students among Royalty at Pow Wow

News from the Last Chance Community Pow Wow HELENA — The Last Chance Community Pow Wow Committee is honored to have two Ronan students as part of the Royalty of the 23rd annual Last Chance Community Pow Wow being held September 30 – October 2 at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds, Exhibi...

Burlesque, drag bring self-expression to Mission Valley

POLSON — Last weekend, the Diamonds and Heels Burlesque and Drag Show made waves at the KwaTaqNuk, bringing in world renown performers from all over the country to entertain and spread messages of inclusivity, community, and acceptance. Co-sponsored by SAFE Harbor, Spirit of Many Colors, and Violet ...

Flathead River Rodeo qualifies national competitors Flathead River Rodeo qualifies national competitors

POLSON — The Flathead River Rodeo lit up Polson Aug. 25-27 with its second largest ever event, 599 entries.  This was the seventh rodeo put together by S&K Gaming LLC, a company created in 2006 by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to provide general gaming management oversight. No...


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