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Moore sentenced for negligent homicide

POLSON — A Marion woman convicted of causing a fatal crash in a stolen car was sentenced at District Court in Polson on June 30 to a total of 18 years in the Montana State Women’s prison with 10 years suspended. Lease Sierra Moore, 19, entered a plea of guilty on April 7 to felony negligent homic...

Tribal Health fair brings awareness to men’s health month Tribal Health fair brings awareness to men’s health month

PABLO — CSKT Tribal Health brought awareness to National Men’s Health Month through the first in-person Men’s Health and Family Safety Fair since the start of the pandemic.  Held outdoors at the Salish Kootenai College campus to prevent any Covid spread during a time of rising infec...

Juneteenth holiday observed by CSKT

News from CSKT Public Affairs & Communications PABLO — On June 9, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) elected officials acted to observe Juneteenth. In 2021, President Biden declared June 19 as a federal holiday in recognition of the emancipation of African Americans in the U...

Joe Durglo named CSKT Tribal Health Director

News from the CSKT Public Affairs & Communications PABLO — The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) announce Joe Durglo as Tribal Health Department Head.  Prior to being named the Department Head, Durglo was the Director of the CSKT Tribal Health Business Office. He brings a ...

Journey To Wellness announces community gathering

News from JTW PABLO — The Journey to Wellness (JTW) initiative has announced an upcoming community gathering, scheduled on June 13, 2022, and held at the KwaTaqNuk Resort in Polson. The JTW team invites the community to eat Indian tacos for lunch and to hear from the Missoula Crisis Support Uni...

Heavy Runner pleads guilty to endangerment

POLSON — A Pablo man accused in a hit and run crash-pursuit while intoxicated, with five prior convictions for DUI, has admitted to the allegations. Curtis James Heavy Runner, 40, entered a plea of guilty at District Court in Polson on April 28 to felony criminal endangerment and felony DUI, sixth life...

Two Eagle River School student receives national recognition Two Eagle River School student receives national recognition

PABLO — A photography student at Two Eagle River School, Katie Medicine Bull, was selected as one of 20 students nationwide to have her art featured in a show at the acclaimed Getty Museum in Los Angeles.  Part of an open call for the joint “Reconnecting With” program between the co...

Glass pleads guilty to criminal possession Glass pleads guilty to  criminal  possession

POLSON — A Polson man who risked a potentially fatal overdose by attempting to conceal illegal drugs inside his body has admitted to possessing the synthetic opioid fentanyl. Jimmy Justin Glass, 41, was booked into the Lake County jail on New Year’s Eve. He entered a plea of guilty at District Co...

Moore pleads guilty to negligent homicide Moore pleads guilty to negligent homicide

POLSON — A Marion woman has admitted to stealing a car in Kalispell before being involved in a fatal car wreck with it later in Pablo. Leasa Sierra Moore, now 19, entered a plea of guilty at District Court in Polson on April 7 to felony negligent homicide and no contest to felony theft. According...

Historic items restored after People’s Center fire Historic items restored after People’s Center fire

PABLO — The Three Chiefs Culture Center, formerly the People’s Center, welcomed back numerous historic pieces that were restored after being damaged in a fire at the museum in September, 2020.  Covered by soot and ash, several of the items were 19th century tribal artifacts and needed car...


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