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By Rob Zolman / Valley Journal POLSON – In celebration of the life and legacy of civil rights icon Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., students across the state participated in MLK Read for Peace events in their classrooms. Charlo Elementary School, Linderman Elementary School and K. William Harvey Ele...

Flowering rush public meeting planned

News from SKC  There is a public scoping meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the Polson Indian Senior Citizens Center, located at 701 1st Street East, next to Western Building Center, from 3 to 7 p.m. to discuss the formation of a program to implement annual herbicide treatments on flowering rush on th...

SKC to benefit from USDA Grant

News from U.S. Department of Agriculture MONTANA – Montana state director Charles Robison for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development program announced that the USDA is investing in a University of Providence project that will improve distance-learning education at Salish Koot...

Two Eagle students exhibit photographs in Missoula Two Eagle students exhibit photographs in Missoula

MISSOULA – Photos Leanna Powell took over a year ago near her home in St. Ignatius have brought her to a show at the People’s Center in Pablo, to a prestigious show in New York and now to the new Zootown Arts Community Center Gallery in Missoula. “I had no idea it would go this far,&rdqu...

Attend Salish Kootenai College preview day

PABLO — Salish Kootenai College will hold their preview day on Friday, Nov. 15, from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. by exploring the spirit that makes Salish Kootenai College unique. Salish Kootenai College, a tribal college on the Flathead Indian Reservation, invites high school ninth-11th grade students to explore t...

Resources developed to grow accessibility to HiSet

From the office of the Governor of Montana MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Commissioner of Higher Education Clayton Christian announced $350,000 to assist Montana Tribal Colleges in growing accessibility to the HiSet. “Students on tribal reservations deserve to have every opp...

Conference highlights unique Mission Valley trees Conference highlights unique Mission Valley trees

PLAINS – At first glance, the whitebark pine trees near Three Lakes Peak are just conifers in a forest full of green needles; however, the trees are among a dwindling number of their species devastated by disease in recent years. Last weekend, the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation held its annual ...

Conference seeks local solutions to keep indigenous people safe

PABLO – Those who filled Salish Kootenai College’s conference rooms last month were united by two factors: they knew the experience of having a loved one or community member go missing, and they were determined to keep indigenous people from harm in the future. The attendees were at a three-da...

DOJ task force meets for second time DOJ task force meets for second time

MONTANA – The Montana Department of Justice’s Missing Indigenous Persons Task Force held its second meeting in Great Falls on Saturday, Aug. 10, and Montana Free Press founder John S. Adams interviewed task force members Deputy Attorney General Melissa Schlichting and Ellie Bundy McLeod of the Co...

Free workshops teach ways to create safe, healthy communities for children

PABLO — CSKT Project Launch is hosting a series of workshops for the community to help support creating safe and healthy communities for children. Everyone is invited to attend. The workshops include: Community Workshops led by national leader and Director of the Brazelton Touchpoints Center, Jos...


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