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Home on the Range Home on the Range

  The Bison Range celebrated another successful round up this year with about 400 animals getting their annual check up. The National Bison Range can only support so many animals, so when the numbers go over what the habitat can support, the surplus animals are sold or donated with first considera...

Comment now on restoring Bison Range land to Tribes

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes MOIESE — The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes today announces the formation of the Bison Range Working Group, a forum for conservation groups, non-governmental organizations, and citizens to provide comments on the Tribes' draft legis...

Public invited to Annual River Honoring

MOIESE — The 30th Annual River Honoring will begin Monday, May 9 at 4 p.m. with a community gathering. The public is invited and welcome to attend the opening of the River Honoring. The gathering will begin with native games and educational stations available for the community. At 6 p.m. there will be ...

College conducts project, gathers well water samples

News from Salish Kootenai College PABLO — Salish Kootenai College Life Science Program is conducting a research project testing well water on the Flathead reservation to promote drinking water safety and to benefit local communities.  There have been past reports showing traces of arsenic in...

Local author brings faith, family, Japanese history to readers Local author brings faith, family, Japanese history to readers

MISSION VALLEY — Each life matters, and the repercussions of our actions resound in ways we may never know or imagine. “A Christian in the Land of the Gods: Journey of Faith in Japan” tells the story of one man, his family, and how his choices in the late 1800s resound today, both close to ...

Bison not the only ones on the range Bison not the only ones on the range

  MOIESE – Although bison get most of the attention, many species exist together with help from wildlife management on the National Bison Range. Biologists have been busy studying those animals to find out how to help them thrive, and on Wednesday at the range, Bison Range biologist for the ...

Parents help feed folks during roundup Parents help feed folks during roundup

MOIESE — The Charlo Parent Teacher Association decided to bring back the goodies during the National Bison Range Roundup and provide a fry bread lunch for the staff, volunteers and visitors.  “The community donated the baked goods,” Jamie Tomlin, PTA president said of the hundreds o...

Charlo-Moiese home to new fire truck Charlo-Moiese home to new fire truck

CHARLO — As extreme dry conditions continue, Lake County residents can take some solace in the fact that local emergency responders now have a larger ar-senal of tools to pull from.  Charlo-Moiese Volunteer Fire Department received the keys to a new Type 6 engine capable of fighting wildfires a...

College students make honor roll

Students from Lake County and the Flathead Indian Reservation with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester were named to the President’s Honor Roll and have an asterisk by their name. The Dean’s Honor Roll includes students earning grade point averages of 3.5 or above for the semester....

National Bison Range sets holiday hours

News from the National Bison Range MOIESE — With winter weather keeping folks at home and a flurry of friends and family visiting for the holidays, people need time to get away and unwind. The National Bison Range is a great place to visit this festive time of year. The cold may be nipping at noses,...


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