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Articles with the Tag: Flathead Indian Reservation

‘Young Lakota’ to be presented in Pablo, Arlee, Elmo

News from CSKT Community Empowerment Program PABLO — The Adeline Mathias Endowment and the CSKT Community Empowerment Program will present three Flathead Reservation screenings of “Young Lakota,” a documentary on real life political issues focused on women's rights and tribal ...

Reservation road kill off limits for non-tribal members Reservation road kill off limits for non-tribal members

FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Twenty-two big game animals were scraped from Montana highways and salvaged for the dinner table last week, but it’s unlikely any scenes from the Roadkill Cafe played out in Lake County. “The law does not apply to tribal lands,” Fish Wildlife, and Parks spoke...

Flathead turkeys safe from feast Flathead turkeys safe from feast

LAKE COUNTY — Last week’s observance of Thanksgiving isn’t the only reason wild turkeys need not worry about receiving an ill-fated invitation to Mission Valley holiday dinners. Although many populations of the bird roam the Flathead Reservation, a combination of game laws and taste prefere...

Governor visits Ronan invasive species checkpoint Governor visits Ronan invasive species checkpoint

RONAN — Flathead Lake has become a battleground for native and aquatic invasive species. Governor Steve Bullock made a stop at a Ronan watercraft checkpoint on Aug. 20 to show support for the human foot soldiers charged with making sure Montana plants and animals win the war against foreign invaders.&n...

Daines visits Flathead Indian Reservation Daines visits Flathead Indian Reservation

PABLO — Montana Congressman Steve Daines stopped at Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal complex to meet with tribal leaders and Salish Kootenai College President Robert Depoe III on Aug. 23.  On hand were Vern Clairmont, CSKT financial director; Arlene Templer, Department of Human Resource ...

Tribal Wildlife Biologists request information on nesting Trumpeter Swans Tribal Wildlife Biologists request information on nesting Trumpeter Swans

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Natural Resources Department PABLO — Wildlife Biologists with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes began a project to restore Trumpeter Swans as a resident species on the Flathead Indian Reservation in the mid-1990s.  Subsequent effor...

Video series addresses Native issues

News from the Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition POST CREEK — A free video series titled “Stories From a Nation Within,” narrated by Tribal Attorney Dan Decker, will be shown at Mission Valley United Methodist Church, located at the top of Post Creek Hill, 70715 Hwy 93. The seri...

Lightning starts fires around the Reservation Lightning starts fires around the Reservation

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Division of Fire According to Vic Stevens, Ronan Dispatch, two lightning-caused fires started when a weather front occurred Saturday night and Sunday morning.  One was the Dancing Boy fire located four miles east of Arlee. It burned in timber a...

CME decides on concrete pipe for S Canal CME decides on concrete pipe for S Canal

PABLO — The Cooperative Management Entity for the Flathead Irrigation District met at the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal complex on June 12. In reorganizing the board, CSKT Council member Leonard Gray was chosen as chair with Ted Hein as vice chair. The board heard a report from hydrolog...

Tribes plan for potential impact of climate change Tribes plan for potential impact of climate change

MISSION VALLEY — The secret is out: climate change is real, and it’s coming to the Flathead Indian Reservation. And the tribes are taking action.  According to a press release, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have begun the process of hiring an individual or organization taske...


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