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Briefs for Aug. 20, 2017

2017 Letters About Literature student competition open  Montana’s Center for the Book, a program of Humanities Montana, will be giving Montana students a chance to submit to the national Letters About Literature competition again this year. Letters About Literature is a reading and writing co...

Some native perennials to plant in fall Some native perennials to plant in fall

Fall is a very good time to plant potted perennial plants. Garden soil is still warm, enabling roots to grow quickly, therefore allowing perennial plants to establish well. Root growth will take place all through the autumn, finally ceasing when the ground freezes in mid-November or even in December, dependi...

UM grant to boost Native American STEM education

News from the University of Montana MISSOULA – The University of Montana has been awarded a two-year $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to launch a pilot project to enhance American Indian participation in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Aaron Thomas is...

Briefs for Sept 13, 2017

Ronan seeks adult education teachers RONAN —Ronan School District No. 30’s Adult Education Program is seeking instructors for the Fall 2017 session. This is a perfect opportunity to share your hobbies or skills with the community. The session will run Monday-Thursday for nine weeks from Oct....

Firefighters develop village in Arlee Firefighters develop village in Arlee

ARLEE – Hundreds of firefighters have made the Arlee powwow grounds home for the past few months while they work on the Liberty fire, 17 miles southeast of town. “The area can support an operation of this size, provide electricity, and easy access to the fire, so we’ve set up a village h...

TERS student photography to be exhibited at Missoula Art Museum TERS student photography to be exhibited at Missoula Art Museum

  News from Missoula Art Museum MISSOULA – Rez Made is an exhibition featuring 14 student-photographers from Two Eagle River School that will show Oct. 3 – Dec. 31 at the Missoula Art Museum. In the spring of 2016, photographer, educator, and mentor David Spear led the group of stu...

Fierce competitors, families flock to Flathead River Rodeo Fierce competitors, families flock to Flathead River Rodeo

POLSON – One thing was obvious to those who attended last weekend’s Flathead River Rodeo at the Polson Fairgrounds: it was a family event.  From babies to grandparents in the stands to children as young as 2 participating in events, the family focus was evident.  Polson residents ...

Decreased rainfall cause of ‘drought disaster’ declaration for Flathead Reservation Decreased rainfall cause of ‘drought disaster’ declaration for Flathead Reservation

  A lack of rain caused more problems besides wildfires for Lake County and the Flathead Indian Reservation this summer, and the season isn’t over.  According to the United States Drought Monitor, “below average” rates of rainfall created the drought. The monitor is used as ...

Bullock highlights new legislation to boost tribal tourism, economic prosperity

News from the Governor’s Office MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock highlighted new legislation to boost tribal tourism and economic prosperity in Indian Country during a ceremonial bill signing on Aug. 16 in Pablo. “When Montana’s tribal communities prosper, our whole state pros...

Briefs for Aug. 30, 2017

Join MVAS Puppy Party fundraiser POLSON —  On Sept. 16, at the Red Lion Inn from 6-9 p.m., the Mission Valley Animal Shelter will hold a Puppy Party fundraiser to benefit the shelter and a much needed puppy room addition as well as upgrades and repairs. A prime rib and salmon dinner will be p...


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