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Wilson selected for scholarship Wilson selected for scholarship

News from P.E.O. POLSON — P.E.O., Chapter CA, Polson, received notification of their candidate, Hydee Wilson, has been selected for the 2022-2023 Jane Hammer Holmgren Scholarship (JHHS). The scholarship recognizes an outstanding Montana woman who is pursuing a degree in elementary education. It wa...

SKC offers 50% reduced tuition, installs new ‘health’ message board SKC offers 50% reduced tuition, installs new ‘health’ message board

PABLO — As the Salish Kootenai College (SKC) opens its doors for another school year, a number of developments have been put in place to enhance student education. This year will see the continuance of the 50% tuition reduction for all students, tribal and non-tribal alike, across all levels from ce...

Education Department announces college completion fund competition

News from the U.S. Department of Education WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Education (Department) announced the availability of $5 million in funds to support a new College Completion Fund for Postsecondary Student Success. The funding will support grants to Historically Black Colleges a...

Diamonds and Heels show coming to Polson Diamonds and Heels show coming to Polson

News from Dana Grant / SAFE Harbor POLSON — Expressing oneself is a core value in America, even protected under the Constitution. Whether in art, dance or speech, the act of self-expression can inform, educate, and entertain. The last idea, entertainment is the main goal behind the upcoming Diamon...

Local students selected to attend National Student Leadership Congress

PABLO — Salish Kootenai College Upward Bound is proud to announce that two of our students were selected to attend the Council for Education’s 33rd annual National Student Leadership Congress. The Leadership Congress took place in June on the campus of Georgetown University Campus over a span of ...

Ronan celebrates pride Ronan celebrates pride

RONAN — On July 9, ‘Sweet Pride in July’ was held in the Ronan City Park, a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community.  Sponsored by Safe Harbor and The Spirit of Many Colors, an LGBTQ+ club at the Salish Kootenai College, this was the eighth year of celebration. A celebration with food, ...

Tribal Health fair brings awareness to men’s health month Tribal Health fair brings awareness to men’s health month

PABLO — CSKT Tribal Health brought awareness to National Men’s Health Month through the first in-person Men’s Health and Family Safety Fair since the start of the pandemic.  Held outdoors at the Salish Kootenai College campus to prevent any Covid spread during a time of rising infec...

Over $79,000 for Montana sourced products in MT schools secured

News from the office of Senator Tester BIG SANDY — As part of his ongoing push to support Montana small businesses and agriculture producers, Senator Tester secured $79,300 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding for Mission West Community Development Partners—previously known as the Lake...

Community gathers for economic development event Community gathers for economic development event

POLSON — The Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes sponsored an event on March 21, bringing together tribes from all over Montana to discuss economic development throughout the state.  Held by the State Tribal Economic Development Commission (STEDC), presenters including participants from the Off...

Flathead Water Management Board selects local as fifth member

News from CSKT/MT Dept. of Natural Resources & Conservation  HELENA — Appointed members of the Flathead Reservation Water Management Board selected Georgia Smies to serve as the fifth board member on Feb. 2, 2022, during the second meeting of the Board. The Secretary of the Interior will ...


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