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Articles with the Tag: Kicking Horse Job Corps

46 employees to lose jobs at Kicking Horse Job Corps

By Karen Peterson   Valley Journal  RONAN – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes informed the employees at Kicking Horse Job Corps that the center will be completely closed as of Feb. 28.  CSKT Communications Director Rob McDonald said the tribe was working with the Depar...

New chair elected to CSKT tribal council

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes PABLO – Ron Trahan, who has served on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council for a total of 14 years, was elected chairman on Friday, Jan. 5. Trahan had served as chairman once before in 2014. The previous chairman was Vernon Fi...

SKC marks 40th anniversary by honoring founders SKC marks 40th anniversary by honoring founders

CORWIN (CORKY) CLAIRMONT “Art provides a powerful connection to our culture and gives us a way to share it with the world.” Corwin “Corky” Clairmont is an enrolled member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Clairmont was born in Saint Ignatius, and currently resi...

Ronan visitor center cabin was a historic stage stop Ronan visitor center cabin was a historic stage stop

RONAN –The people running the Mission Mountain Country Visitor Center have figured out where all the cars were coming from on U.S. Highway 93 throughout the summer.  “They come here from all over the world,” said Roland Sager, center employee.  Travelers have stopped in to p...

Ronan visitor center cabin was a historic stage stop

RONAN –The people running the Mission Mountain Country Visitor Center have figured out where all the cars were coming from on U.S. Highway 93 throughout the summer.  “They come here from all over the world,” said Roland Sager, center employee.  Travelers have stopped in to p...

Wellness fair focuses on supporting women Wellness fair focuses on supporting women

PABLO – About 1,400 people filtered through the Women 4 Wellness health fair on Thursday at the Salish Kootenai College campus, which is about 100 more than last year. “Growth has really occurred with the number of health screenings we’ve been able to offer,” said Niki Graham, even...

Job Corps students volunteer around county Job Corps students volunteer around county

News from Kicking Horse Job Corps In honor of Earth Day and Global Youth Service Day, Kicking Horse Job Corps students could be seen around the Mission Valley this week doing their part to give back.   The Facilities Maintenance vocation has been helping the Port Polson Players with removing the...

Clubhouse theater on lake gets upgrades Clubhouse theater on lake gets upgrades

By Carmine Mowbray, President, Mission Valley Friends of the Arts It is my pleasure to take on the presidency of the Mission Valley Friends of the Arts all-volunteer board of directors, following the long tenure of Dennis Anderson. This local non-profit was organized in 1989 to preserve and improve the ...

Dinner honors hundreds in agriculture, awards innovator Dinner honors hundreds in agriculture, awards innovator

RONAN – At least 300 plates were filled with a free steak and potato dinner during the 38th annual Ronan Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Appreciation Banquet on Friday. “This is something the chamber enjoys doing for the entire Mission Valley,” said MSU Extension Agent Jack Stivers. H...

Job Corps students shadow career professionals

RONAN — You may have woken up to the news that Punxsutawney Phil predicts a cold, gloomy upcoming few weeks but for students at Kicking Horse Job Corps, the future is bright. Groundhog Day was also Job Shadowing Day. Twenty-two students from KHJC were able to job shadow in their field of study at se...


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