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Articles with the Tag: Pablo

CSKT land use planner shares concerns over density map repeal CSKT land use planner shares concerns over density map repeal

PABLO — The Flathead Indian Reservation’s planning director is concerned about the Lake County commissioners’ plan to make the density map advisory rather than regulatory.  Commissioners have said they plan to repeal the map and make it advisory as part of an updated growth policy.&...

PEER bison range lawsuit settled

C PABLO – The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has settled a lawsuit with Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) regarding the National Bison Range. The settlement creates a five-year timetable for the completion of a statutorily-required Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) and...

Bagnell gets 20 years for second stalking conviction Bagnell gets 20 years for second stalking conviction

PABLO — An Arlee man was sentenced last week to 20 years in the Montana State Prison for his second stalking conviction.  Brandon Bagnell, 48, was sentenced by Judge James A. Manley as a persistent felony offender. Manley had previously sentenced Bagnell to five years with the Department of Cor...

Sports Shorts

Basketball Polson Pirates Hamilton Broncs 64 Polson Pirates 48 Connor Lanier and Shade Main both scored a team high 14 points for the Pirates in a 64-48 road loss to Hamilton on Jan. 23. Polson Lady Pirates Hamilton Lady Broncs 52 Polson Lady Pirates 21 Hamilton jump...

Children hear traditional stories on snowy morning Children hear traditional stories on snowy morning

PABLO – When snow blankets the ground, it’s time to tell coyote stories as the tradition goes for many Native American tribes.  James Spencer, storyteller and musician, traveled from Lapwai, Idaho to share stories from the Nez Perce tribe with several local schools including Pablo and Day...

Sports Shorts for Jan. 17, 2018 Sports Shorts for Jan. 17, 2018

Basketball   Charlo Vikings Plains Horsemen 65 Charlo Vikings 51 Class 14C, Plains used a big second quarter to come away with a 65-51 victory over visiting Charlo Vikings on Thursday. Viking Landers Smith led all scorers with 19 points. Charlo Vikings 68  St. Regi...

Woman gets suspended sentence for assault with a weapon Woman gets suspended sentence for assault with a weapon

POLSON — A 39-year-old Pablo woman was given a three-year suspended sentence last week for assault with a weapon after she struck her male partner with an air conditioning unit on May 20, 2017.  According to a court document, Dawna Michel shoved the man to the floor and hit him with her fists a...

sports shorts for Jan. 17, 2018

Wrestling Wenzel and Adler take second at Rocky Mountain Classic MISSOULA – The Pirates did not have an individual champion, but used their depth to finish ninth in the team standings with 109 points and Ronan finished sixteenth with 66 points while competing in the 32-team Jug Beck Rocky M...

New chair elected to CSKT tribal council

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes PABLO – Ron Trahan, who has served on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council for a total of 14 years, was elected chairman on Friday, Jan. 5. Trahan had served as chairman once before in 2014. The previous chairman was Vernon Fi...

Ronan girls, Polson boys split rivalry basketball games Ronan girls, Polson boys split rivalry basketball games

PABLO – The Ronan boys and girls basketball teams faced off with cross-county rival Polson for the first of this season’s two meetings on Friday at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on the Salish Kootenai College campus. The Ronan Maidens won the opener of the double-header with a 56-...


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