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Charlo girls, Two Eagle boys hang on in 14-C tourney Charlo girls, Two Eagle boys hang on in 14-C tourney

RONAN — The Charlo girls and Two Eagle boys won loser-out games today, surviving to play in another round of the District 14-C basketball tournament in Ronan. Charlo sent the Two Eagle River Lady Eagles home from the tournament after their 11:15 a.m. matchup, and the Two Eagle Eagles beat St. Regis Fri...

District tourney heats up in Ronan

RONAN — District 14-C hoops tournament action lit up the Ronan Event Center Thursday afternoon, and as the day wore on, fierce competition burned a few Mission Valley teams. Arlee's Warriors handled the heat just fine, taking down the St. Regis Tigers, 65-15. But the Charlo Lady Vikings weren't as f...

Charlo boys chill Hot Springs to start 14-C tourney Charlo boys chill Hot Springs to start 14-C tourney

RONAN — The Charlo Vikings cooled the Hot Springs Savage Heat Thursday afternoon, winning the first game of the boys’ 14-C district basketball tournament 44-35. Both teams fell into foul trouble late in the game, and with 40 seconds left, the Savage Heat pulled within three points of...

Ten Sticks Lacrosse to start new youth league Ten Sticks Lacrosse to start new youth league

MISSION VALLEY — Since Alex Alviar created Ten Sticks Lacrosse nearly two years ago, the program has grown into one of the most respected lacrosse clubs in Montana. Now, with the first class of athletes set to graduate, Alviar is expanding the vision to a new, low-commitment youth league designed speci...

Lady Eagles gaining altitude Lady Eagles gaining altitude

PABLO — “We’ve got our flow down,” Daryl Conko-Camel said of the Two Eagle River Lady Eagles’ basketball team. Conko-Camel, a senior, plays mostly guard, sometimes post wherever coach Brandon Burke needs her. “We are strongest on defense,” Conko-Camel said. &ld...

Locals join ‘Idle No More’ movement Locals join ‘Idle No More’ movement

PABLO — Nearly 100 Flathead Reservation residents joined a movement sweeping North America last week, marching, singing and dancing in a peaceful demonstration — becoming “idle no more” like tens of thousands more across the continent.  The Idle No More movement began in Saska...

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...


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