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Articles with the Tag: Pablo

SKC Interfaith Peace Panelists speak on faith, humanism, relationships SKC Interfaith Peace Panelists speak on faith, humanism, relationships

PABLO — In observance of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his life work, seven people hailing from seven different upbringings, cultures, ethnic groups and religions met in Salish Kootenai College’s Vic Charlo and Johnny Arlee Theatre in the early evening hours Jan. 17. The discussion focu...

Civil rights talk part of college’s MLK celebration Civil rights talk part of college’s MLK celebration

PABLO — Dr. George Price came to Salish Kootenai College on Wednesday to discuss the relations between Native Americans and African-Americans throughout history, as well as his take on the role of successful activism at a time when the “Idle No More Movement” is gaining precedence in and ar...

SKC still seeking new president

PABLO — Dr. Luana K. Ross replaced long-serving Salish Kootenai College president Joe McDonald in 2010. In a move that surprised many, Ross resigned in mid-October last year, citing, “irreconcilable visions between myself and some members of the governing board.” Two months later and Dr....

Questions remain in Dixon killing

DIXON — Beloved community member Doug Morigeau was killed and his wife seriously injured during a grisly home invasion last Thursday.  According to a press release, Sanders County Sheriff’s Deputies, Tribal Law and Order and Lake County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a 911 call for...

William Flesch’s cause of death released

PABLO — The Lake County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed 48-year-old Mission Valley resident William Harvey Flesch died as a result of suicide by hanging. Two children discovered Flesch in an undeveloped wooded area in Pablo on Nov. 3 shortly after 10:30 a.m. The scene was processed by law en...

Polson youngster designs CSKT Christmas card Polson youngster designs CSKT Christmas card

PABLO — Pine trees, a man in a buffalo hat in front of his teepee, a bald eagle, a hide drying and, not to be forgotten, Santa flying over the Mission Mountains on a starlit night — all these elements combined in clear, bright colors on Jackson Seifert’s drawing. With markers, colored pe...

Bazaar benefits ‘Spirit of the Bison’ powwow Bazaar benefits ‘Spirit of the Bison’ powwow

PABLO — The “Knotty Boys,” Joey Kipp and Jace Matt, tied yards of parachute cord into 50 bracelets and countless keychains for the Spirit of the Bison bazaar on Dec. 9.  Beadwork, birdhouses, Christmas cupcakes, braids of sweetgrass and bundles of white sage and jars of brightly colore...

Ten Sticks Lacrosse Club promotes leadership, culture Ten Sticks Lacrosse Club promotes leadership, culture

PABLO — Alex Alviar, 10 Sticks Lacrosse Club’s founder and former head coach, says he fell in love with the game when he was 12 years old. The love of the game took him all over the country and made him into an All-American. Even so, he said he never understood the depth and berth of the game&rsq...

Live auction wraps up public TV fundraiser

The very popular KSKC live on-air auction will wrap up Thursday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. The 15th annual KSKC live auction with Rudy King as auctioneer continues to grow. Viewers can call in bids, and people are welcome to come to the campus at SKC in Pablo to participate in-person. The auction will be held...

Fund drive, auction support local public TV

PABLO — KSKC Public TV celebrates its 25th year with an  on-air fundraiser scheduled for the week of Dec. 3 beginning at 6 p.m. daily. The station will be offering two special programs this year. Cory Mann is a quirky Tlingit businessman hustling to make a dollar in Juneau, Alaska. He gets hungry ...

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