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Endowment established in honor of Penny Kipp

News from SKCF PABLO — Penny Kipp was the first official employee of Salish Kootenai College and served on the Headwaters Foundation board from 2018 until her passing in April of 2020. Headwaters Foundation saw the opportunity to create a legacy for Kipp within the SKC community she loved so much ...

People’s Center to reopen gift shop, cleanup underway People’s Center to reopen gift shop, cleanup underway

PABLO — After fire engulfed the The People’s Center on Sept. 6, museum officials wiped away tears and began the work of rebuilding to save precious artifacts of the Salish, Pend d’Oreille and Kootenai people.  “Our goal has been to pick up the pieces and move forward,” s...

Polson City planner moves to Oregon Polson City planner moves to Oregon

POLSON — During the five years Kyle Roberts has spent as Polson’s city planner, he’s witnessed a lot of change and positive growth. When he heads to his new job as a senior planner in Redmond, Oregon – a community on the east side of the Cascade Range that’s at least six times l...

Boys and Girls Club opens second facility in Lake County Boys and Girls Club opens second facility in Lake County

POLSON – When kids flew off the first bus parked in front of Polson’s brand new Boys and Girls Club on Monday, they opened doors to “a dream come true,” says executive director Aric Cooksley.  “For me personally, the biggest thing is that we, as adults within this commun...

Historic building receives grant

News from Humanities Montana FORT CONNAH – Humanities Montana, in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities, has awarded the Fort Connah Restoration Society, at Charlo, a $5,000 grant for the historical restoration of the 1847 Hudson’s Bay fur trading post. Fort Connah is...

Garden program earns school sustainability award Garden program earns school sustainability award

LAKE COUNTY – Local schools in Arlee and Polson earned state recognition focused on conservation and sustainability practices. In the spring, a corner of the Polson Middle School grounds becomes lush with food plants. The garden, and programs that utilize the space, earned PMS the SMART Green School...

Allik takes 170-pound title at Owen Invitational Allik takes 170-pound title at Owen Invitational

PABLO – Mission/Charlo wrestler Isaiah Allik took the individual title at 170 pounds on Saturday during the 44th Annual Owen Invitational held on the Salish Kootenai College campus in the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center.  Entering the title match undefeated, Allik, a senior at Charlo Hig...

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...

US Attorney General Barr arrives in Pablo, visits Bison Range US Attorney General Barr arrives in Pablo, visits Bison Range

PABLO  – United States Attorney General William Barr began his day with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes by stopping at a scenic overlook outside the National Bison Range Friday morning.  While visiting with tribal staff and viewing a small herd through a field scope, Barr discu...

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...


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