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Articles with the Tag: Salish Kootenai College

Honor grads at powwow

News from Salish Kootenai College PABLO – The Salish Kootenai College will be hosting the annual Powwow and Graduate Honoring on May 10 and 11 with Grand Entries starting at 7 p.m. in the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center. There will be concessions, vendors and raffles with all proceeds going...

Women 4 Wellness planning underway Women 4 Wellness planning underway

PABLO – Whether time constraints, fear or cost have prohibited you from pursuing healthcare, it’s time to schedule a day off from work to attend the annual Women 4 Wellness health fair. The event organizers have found ways to eliminate almost all barriers to women pursuing healthcare. This yea...

Pablo disc golf course soon a reality Pablo disc golf course soon a reality

By Rob Zolman                                  Valley Journal  PABLO – Friends of Regional Parks and Trails, a Mission Valley non-profit group working to promote local parks, playgrounds, green space and outdoo...

Polson edges Lake City to win team title Polson edges Lake City to win team title

PABLO – The Polson Pirate wrestling team had a nice start to the new 2018-19 wrestling season by winning the team title in the Owen Invitational. The Pirates hosted the tournament at home this past weekend. Due to last winter’s snowstorm damage to Linderman gym, the Joe McDonald Health and Fit...

Family shares story about local smokejumper Family shares story about local smokejumper

When anyone told Margarita Kay Phillips (1956-2018) she couldn’t do something, she would work twice as hard to prove them wrong. With that mindset, she achieved a number of amazing accomplishments in her lifetime, but she wasn’t one to brag.  In fact, she didn’t like being the cente...

Briefs for Sept. 19, 2018

New Tribal Health walk-in hours announced for acute need  News from CSKT Tribal Health ST. IGNATIUS — Tribal Health announces new walk-in hours for the Polson, St. Ignatius and Arlee Health Centers.   Walk-in clinics are for acute medical needs for eligible Tribal Health recipien...

Briefs for Sept. 5, 2018

New walk-in hours for Tribal Health announced News from CSKT Tribal Health ST. IGNATIUS —  New walk-in clinic hours for acute medical needs for eligible Tribal Health recipients have been announced. Acute medical conditions are severe and sudden in onset. This could describe anything fro...

Police, fire, medical teams train to become unified team Police, fire, medical teams train to become unified team

PABLO – The situation wasn’t real on Wednesday when a man spread out on the floor with three gunshot wounds in a classroom at the Salish Kootenai College, but an emergency team responded to the scene as if it was really happening.  The three-day training exercise was a bit different than ...

SKC receives language grant

News from The Administration for Children and Families The Administration for Native Americans at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families today announced awards for 18 grant projects, totaling more than $4.8 million, to help preserve Native language...

St. Ignatius photographer exhibits art at Missoula Art Museum St. Ignatius photographer exhibits art at Missoula Art Museum

News from the Missoula Art Museum MISSOULA — This is the premier exhibition of Stephen Hunt’s photographs, “Kitawaahsinnoon, The Land that Feeds Us,” Aug. 9-Dec. 8, at the Lynda M. Frost Contemporary American Indian Art Gallery. Hunt studied photography with David J. Spear at Sal...


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