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Articles with the Tag: Flathead Indian Reservation

Leadership Flathead Reservation accepts applicants 

 News from Mission West Community Development Partners FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Applications are now being accepted for Leadership Flathead Reservation, a two-year program that helps participants build strong leadership skills to become involved community leaders. The program, which started in ...

Preventing human, bear conflicts is life saving Preventing human, bear conflicts is life saving

FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Bear sightings are increasing in residential areas on the reservation as hibernation nears and sweet apples and other fruits start to ripen.  On Thursday afternoon, folks in the St. Ignatius area spotted a young black bear meandering through town and went to social media ...

Flathead Reservation fires continue to burn Flathead Reservation fires continue to burn

FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Thousands of acres have burned in the wilderness since July, and the flames continue to smolder. As of Monday, Aug. 22, two main fires have kept firefighters busy on the reservation. The Crooks fire, near Arlee, is at 3,258 acres and is zero percent contained. The Boulder 2700...

CSKT reports Primary Election results

Valley Journal  FLATHEAD RESERVATION — The official Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council election results were tabulated for the July 31 Primary Election to elect two candidates for each of the five districts to be eligible to be placed on the General Election ballot for Dec. 18.&n...

Special Olympics calls for community support

News from Special Olympics Montana MONTANA — Five Valleys Special Olympics needs community members from the Bitterroot, Missoula, and Flathead Reservation areas to be coaches, unified partners, team helpers and event volunteers for the first ever Five Valleys Area Basketball Tournament and Special...

Tribal Court Chief Judge Tanner passes, flags lowered Tribal Court Chief Judge Tanner passes, flags lowered

News from CSKT  PABLO — Winona Tanner, long-time Chief Judge of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Court and tribal employee for almost 40 years, passed away Friday. CSKT’s Tribal Council ordered that flags be flown at half-mast in her honor. Tanner began working at Tribal L...

Fire danger rated moderate Reservation

News from CSKT Division of Fire  FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Division of Fire officials state that fire danger is moderate, but is very close to high, especially on the west side of the reservation.   Debris burning by permit will close for the fire season on June 30. CSKT Division of Fire...

Rehab center blazes healing path Rehab center blazes healing path

News from the Arlee Rehabilitation Center ARLEE — The opportunity to use animals for reservation healing hasn’t been widely recognized. A new nonprofit, the Arlee Rehabilitation Center, is blazing a path that it hopes will someday bring this innovative model to reservation communities throug...

Fire danger ranked moderate on Flathead Reservation

News from CSKT  FLATHEAD RESERVATION —  CSKT Division of Fire officials want to update the public on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ fire danger.   “Although we have received some precipitation, next week fuel moistures will start to lower as temperatures...

Silent auction supports MMIP, closes May 17 Silent auction supports MMIP, closes May 17

News from CSKT   FLATHEAD RESERVATION — In honor of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples around the world and specifically on the Flathead Indian Reservation, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' MMIP Workgroup launched a fundraising campaign to support local MMIP Victim Services.&n...


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