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Sun warms Earth Day celebration Sun warms Earth Day celebration

PABLO — On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, Mother Nature cooperated for a few hours during this tumultuous spring and allowed blue skies and sunshine to win the day during the fifth annual Ronan Walks and Rolls Earth Day event.  However, according to extension director Virgil Dupuis, “fif...

Grizzly attacks man in Pablo

A grizzly bear attack around 10:30 Friday morning in Pablo sent a man to the hospital. “The male subject that was attacked was a 42-year-old man from Polson. He was in a field behind Salish Kootenai College near Clairmont Road collecting water samples for a project for the Confederated Salish and Ko...

KSKC-TV celebrates 25 years of service KSKC-TV celebrates 25 years of service

PABLO — Salish Kootenai College has been the home base for the first (and still only) tribally owned public television station in the United States. With its first broadcast hitting the airwaves in 1988, KSKC-TV has since produced and broadcast 3,500 hours of television programs ranging from sports cov...

Migratory birds take center stage

PABLO — As part of a yearly celebration of migratory birds, we would like to encourage everyone to stop by the lobby of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Complex in Pablo from April 22-25. Local third-grade artists from across the Reservation have completed excellent entries for this year&rsq...

Earth Day bike path celebration planned

PABLO — Bring your bikes, strollers, good walking shoes, your children and appetite to the Joe McDonald Event Center (SKC campus) on Saturday, May 4, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a Community Earth Day/Bike Path Celebration. The event is being sponsored by a variety of nonprofit, health-promoting organiz...

Water rights compact dies in committee Water rights compact dies in committee

It was a fast and furious week for the controversial Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, State of Montana and United States  water rights compact.  Rep. Kathleen Williams, D-HD 65, Bozeman, took over House Bill 629 to implement the negotiated water contract when Rep. Dan Salomon, R-HD 12 ab...

Local hoopsters throw down in Pablo Local hoopsters throw down in Pablo

PABLO — The Mission Valley area’s best boys and girls basketball players squared off in the 18th annual Mission Mountain All-Star hoops games Friday night at Salish Kootenai College. Players from Polson, Ronan, Two Eagle River, Charlo, St. Ignatius, Arlee, Bigfork, Hot Springs and Plains formed t...

Talent show raises funds for AIBL Talent show raises funds for AIBL

PABLO — Singer, dancers, and an illusionist flocked to the Johnny Arlee/Victor Charlo Theater to entertain the folks when the American Indian Business Leaders chapter held their fourth annual Salish Kootenai Talent Show on March 15. Daniel Emigh and a guitar-playing friend served as the warm up band...

All-star game brings local hoopsters together

PABLO — Fans of Mission Valley basketball will get a treat March 22 when the area’s best high school hoopsters show off their skills one last time. The 18th annual Mission Valley all-star games will be held Friday, March 22, at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center at Salish Kootenai College...

Tribal Council, People’s Voice continue tussle

PABLO — When the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes received approximately $150,126,000 from the Nez Perce/Salazar settlement last year, the Tribal Council decided to give each tribal member $10,000 on Sept. 12, 2012. That amount added up to about half of the settlement money.  The Nez ...


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