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Articles with the Tag: Pablo

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 ...

Local photographer, students win grant Local photographer, students win grant

PABLO — Black cloth cloaks the windows; the lights are off; and a rectangle of black paper covers the door. A large adjustable lens affixed to the window controls the light entering the room. Photographer and educator David J. Spear has turned the eighth-grade classroom at Two Eagle River School into a...

Pablo human remains identified

PABLO — The Lake County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed the identity of partially decomposed human human remains found in an undeveloped wooded area in Pablo on Nov. 3 shortly after 10:30 a.m. The remains, identified by dental records, are those of 48-year-old William Harvey Flesch of Pablo. ...

Lacrosse players to share knowledge of Native games

PABLO — Ten Sticks Lacrosse, the International Traditional Games Society, and the Learn and Serve Program will host an inaugural event focused on the local indigenous game of double-ball, a recognized ancestor and sister-game of lacrosse, on Saturday, Dec. 1, from noon to 4 p.m. at the Camas Room in th...

Domestic violence survivor leads awareness project at local school Domestic violence survivor leads awareness project at local school

PABLO — Two Eagle River School has a tradition of going all out in support of Domestic Violence Prevention month each October. The computer and Photoshop classes produced posters denouncing domestic violence, and the home cultures class made ya-ya dolls to decorate the common area. Purple hearts ins...

Children find human remains in Pablo

PABLO — According to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, partially decomposed human remains were found in an undeveloped, wooded area in Pablo on Nov. 3 shortly after 10:30 a.m. The remains were discovered by two children walking through the area. Undersheriff Dan Yonkin said the children may ha...

Democrats rally in Pablo Democrats rally in Pablo

PABLO —At the end of a three-day, whirlwind tour of Indian reservations in Montana, Democratic candidates and their supporters rallied at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on Nov. 1 for an Indian taco dinner.   Salish Kootenai College student volunteers and the Montana Democratic Party...

Gender violence prevention expert to speak

PABLO — Dr. Jackson Katz, who is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in gender violence prevention education in schools, sports culture and the military, will give a multi-media presentation entitled “More Than a Few Good Men: Strategies for Inspiring Men and Boys to be Allies ...

People’s Voice pursues referendum

Although the Salazar settlement payout occurred in September and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes paid out approximately half, the People’s Voice has collected between 1,290 and 1,300 signatures from tribal members on the reservation who believe all the Salazar settlement money should be dis...

Salish Kootenai College presidential search under way

PABLO — After Dr. Luana Ross’ resignation as president of Salish Kootenai College, the search for a new president is on the horizon. SKC Board Chairman Jim Durglo said the first steps will be to review the position’s job description, review advertisements and, as a board, schedule the ad...

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