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Articles with the Tag: Pablo

SKC president resigns SKC president resigns

PABLO — Salish Kootenai College President Dr. Luana Ross resigned last week, citing “Irreconcilable visions between myself and some members of the governing board.” According to a press release, Ross’ resignation is effective immediately. SKC Board of Directors Chairman Jim Durglo ...

Gender violence prevention expert to speak

POLSON — Domestic Violence Education and Services is pleased to announce that Dr. Jackson Katz, who is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in gender violence prevention education in schools, sports culture and the military, as well as for his pioneering work in critical media literac...

Sex offender caught in Pablo

PABLO — According to a press release, police arrested Lawrence R. Mays Jr., a 22-year-old male with ties to Ronan and Pablo, on a $75,000 Missoula City warrant for two counts of sexual abuse of children.  The arrest warrant was investigated and carried out by the Lake County Sheriff’s Off...

Lady Eagles work hard, play hard Lady Eagles work hard, play hard

PABLO — Music pumping from an iPod helps the Two Eagle River Lady Eagles warm up before volleyball practice begins. It’s a joyous practice even though they are a small squad — 11 girls — and several of the girls have never played volleyball before.  Ranging from high school se...

Toastmasters ponder honesty

Would you agree or disagree that honesty is the best policy? Sharon Young shared insights on that topic in her speech at Wednesday’s Toastmaster meeting. Members and guests, between bouts of laughter, were given pause to ponder the wisdom of always speaking the truth. Saturday, Sharon will join cont...

Altered grades changed, school begins Oct. 1

PABLO — Grades were changed back to the way they were originally issued by the instructor of record after a several months of investigation into altered grades at Salish Kootenai College. The marks for “13 students had been raised to allow them to enter the nursing program,” according to Sa...

People’s Center hosts Native American Awareness Week People’s Center hosts Native American Awareness Week

PABLO — Laughing and smiling school children ran to and fro throughout the People’s Center grounds from Sept. 18 to 20 during the annual Native American Awareness Week. The event seeks to involve off-reservation schools and community members in a weeklong educational opportunity centered aroun...

Native Lands and Wilderness Council gathers at SKC Native Lands and Wilderness Council gathers at SKC

PABLO — Wilderness lands, national parks and roadless areas occupy a fraction of our modern world. It can be easy to forget what the land looked like before modern civilization, what the animals, trees, rivers and streams once were and what they once meant — and still mean — to the indigeno...

Hunters ed offered in Pablo

PABLO — Registration for the Ronan-Pablo Fall Hunter Education course will be Monday, Sept. 24, in Room 115 at the Beaverhead Math and Science building on the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pablo. Registration will begin at 7 p.m. A parent or guardian must accompany students under 18 to registration...

Native lands council to gather

PABLO — This year marks the 30-year anniversary of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ designation of the Mission Mountain Tribal Wilderness. To celebrate this important environmental accomplishment the Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research in partnership with CSKT and t...

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