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Honor thy River: Educational event celebrates Lower Flathead, highlights cultural importance Honor thy River: Educational event celebrates Lower Flathead, highlights cultural importance

FLATHEAD RIVER — More than 1,000 students learned lessons about nurturing relationships with native wildlife, people and oneself at the River Honoring held last week beside the Lower Flathead River near Moiese.  The annual event partners community organizations with fourth and fifth graders fro...

Public invited to annual River Honoring

             MOIESE — Tribal Natural Resources Department announces the 2014 River Honoring event will begin Monday, May 12 at 6 p.m. with a community gathering.  The public is invited and welcome to attend the opening of the River Honoring. The gathering will...

Burglars charged in Washington, Lake County

  LAKE COUNTY — Two residents of Pablo and Ronan face multiple charges for a Lake County crime spree that began with the theft of a stolen Dodge pickup truck from Ronan on Jan. 19, included ramming a car through Westland Seed to steal guns on Jan. 21 and ended with a burglary that same day...

Winter weather leads to fatal wreck, slide-offs Winter weather leads to fatal wreck, slide-offs

LAKE COUNTY — Law enforcement officials spent Monday responding to numerous wrecks across Lake County.  At approximately 10:50 a.m. a head-on collision with a single fatality was reported on Highway 212 near mile marker 6 in Moiese. Plains resident Patricia S. Mcdougall, 60, was pronounced dead...

National Bison Range announces new holiday hours  National Bison Range announces new holiday hours

News from the National Bison Range MOIESE — Between winter weather keeping you at home and a flurry of friends and family visiting for the holidays, we all need time to get away and unwind. And so, we invite you to visit the National Bison Range during this festive time of year.  The cold ma...

Bison roundup conducted as usual after shutdown Bison roundup conducted as usual after shutdown

  MOIESE – The 16-day federal government shutdown resulted in the closure of the National Bison Range just as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service prepared for its annual bison roundup. Staff were sent home, and the public was alerted that the roundup was canceled, but the bison didn’t get ...

Tribe continues to fund workers; other agencies eye options in shutdown Tribe continues to fund workers; other agencies eye options in shutdown

FLATHEAD RESERVATION – All tribal employees were ordered to work on Monday after a Thursday tribal council vote to keep services open despite lack of federal funding due to an ongoing Congressional budgeting stalemate that has left other agencies and services shutdown.  “There will be no ...

National Bison Range closes earlier as days shorten, roadwork begins National Bison Range closes earlier as days shorten, roadwork begins

News from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Even though the forecast calls for the summer heat to continue, autumn is just around the corner. And as the seasons change, other changes can be expected at the National Bison Range. One of the most noticeable changes is the shortening of days, with evening...

Three fires pop up over weekend Three fires pop up over weekend

News from CSKT Division of Fire MISSION VALLEY — The Division of Tribal Fire battled three fires over the weekend. The Big Pine Fire was contained and under daily patrol. It was caused by lightning in the Hell Roaring area six miles east of Ronan.  The Station Fire was caused by lightning...

Notre Dame hosts research program at Bison Range

MOIESE - Marliz Vega Ross of Puerto Rico has spent her summer carefully examining and logging subtle differences on blades of foliage on the National Bison Range. Tiny holes meant the vegetation was snacked on by insects. Long, cut-like marks meant mammals like bison ate it.  At a final Saturday meet...


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