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Ronan School District wins True Value Foundation grant

PABLO — A fresh coat of paint brightens up any room, and this summer Pablo Elementary received 40 gallons of paint to refresh its learning environment. Ronan School District was selected as the winner of a paint grant through Hanson & Granley’s partnership with True Value Foundation’s &...

Local weightlifter sets state, national, world records Local weightlifter sets state, national, world records

Local resident Skip Schacher set several world records in bench press and dead lift last month, proving once and for all that age is just a number.  Competing in the over 70 years old division, Schacher set a state, national and world record several times. He competed in the 132 pound weight class, w...

International Native Games Society holds conference International Native Games Society holds conference

PABLO —  “Our 200-year-old math game fits in the new math curriculum,” Karyn Gagnon said. Gagnon, of Metis ancestry, teaches Native American games in 18 Catholic schools in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  The district has a high percentage of aboriginal and Metis children, and they...

CME decides on concrete pipe for S Canal CME decides on concrete pipe for S Canal

PABLO — The Cooperative Management Entity for the Flathead Irrigation District met at the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal complex on June 12. In reorganizing the board, CSKT Council member Leonard Gray was chosen as chair with Ted Hein as vice chair. The board heard a report from hydrolog...

New information available for Pablo drug bust

PABLO —Details regarding 50-year-old Pablo resident Cindy Umphrey’s arrest following a drug raid in Pablo are slowly emerging.  Officers from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, Montana Highway Patrol and Tribal Law and Order carried out the raid in the early morning hours of June 1 i...

Salish Kootenai College names new president Salish Kootenai College names new president

News from Salish  Kootenai College PABLO –The Salish Kootenai College Board of Directors at SKC announced the selection of Robert DePoe III as SKC’s new president on June 5. On June 4, the final three candidates — DePoe, Sandra Boham and Steve DuPuis —  were on campus ...

International Migratory Bird Day Festival a success International Migratory Bird Day Festival a success

News from CS&KT  Natural Resources PABLO — Tribal Wildlife Management Program reports a good community turn out to celebrate the Community International Migratory Bird Day Festival held Thursday, May 23 at Salish Kootenai College’s Joe McDonald Fitness Center. There was a steady st...

Salish Kootenai College commencement celebrated June 8 Salish Kootenai College commencement celebrated June 8

  PABLO — Yamncut drum played as Salish Kootenai College class of 2013 followed Linda King and Wilbert Michel into the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center for commencement on June 8. Jason Smith, former SKC graduate and current Director of Indian Affairs for Montana Governor Steve Bullock...

SKC nursing program graduates honored at pinning ceremony SKC nursing program graduates honored at pinning ceremony

PABLO — “It takes a village in nursing education,” Dr. Katherine Willock, PhD., RN, head of Salish Kootenai College’s nursing program said as she spoke to graduates at the June 7 pinning ceremony.  A part of that village is mothers, fathers, children, significant others and fr...

Two Eagle River presents diplomas to 10 seniors

PABLO — Two Eagle River School graduated 10 seniors on May 19. Kristina Peterson was the commencement speaker, and Dr. Michael Bundy, Two Eagle superintendent, and Penny Kipp, head of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Education Department, presented diplomas to the seniors.  Gradua...


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