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Briefs for Sept. 27, 2017

Road closure, opening update News from CSKT Division of FIre The Division of Fire would like to let the public know about the following road openings and closures: – South Fork Primitive Area is closed – North Fork road and Trailhead is open – Jocko Road is open &ndash...

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...

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees honored for contributions to history, culture Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees honored for contributions to history, culture

News from the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees honored for contributions to history, cultureNews from the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center. Four people from District 10, comprised of Flathead, Lake, Lincoln and Sa...

Montana to receive money for native projects 

News from the U.S. Department of the Interior WASHINGTON – U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt today announced $81,235 in funding to Montana native tribes and more than $860,000 to Montana state wildlife agencies through the Tribal Wildlife Grant (TWG) program and the State Wildl...

Local YWAM has cross-cultural, international focus Local YWAM has cross-cultural, international focus

By Caleb M. Soptelean Valley Journal PABLO – In 2005, Sika Ulutoa came to visit northwest Montana with plans to move to Japan. He never made it.  Sika, a Samoan who moved to the Mission Valley with his wife, Rita, from her native Ohio, planned to go to Japan for missionary work.  ...

Native American flute making a ‘labor of love’ for Kalispell-area man Native American flute making a ‘labor of love’ for Kalispell-area man

POLSON – What began as a hobby quickly turned into a labor of love and a business for David Webb. It all started when Webb, a native of the Black Hills of South Dakota, received three Native American flutes as a gift from a friend in July 2009. He bought a flute in Keystone, South Dakota, the next d...


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