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FFA students test knowledge in great outdoors FFA students test knowledge in great outdoors

Rarely is a vehicle seen on the bumpy road leading east into the towering pines and even taller rock faces of North Crow Canyon’s tribal wilderness area. But on May 22, several school buses and vans squeezed into the small turnaround that also marks the beginning of the scenic trail as more than 80 ...

SKC to interview 5 candidates for president position

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes PABLO — The Board of Directors of Salish Kootenai College will interview five candidates May 29 for the position of college president. Sandra Boham of Great Falls is currently a candidate for the degree of Doctor of Education in Educational Le...

SKC students to show photography in Arlee SKC students to show photography in Arlee

ARLEE — “To Whom Gray Matters: An Exhibition of Photographs” featuring the work of Katherine Dagnall, Linda Ferris, Thomas Fleming and Phylicia McDonald will be featured at Hangin Art Gallery in Arlee May 30 through June 20, with an opening reception Thursday, May 30, from 5 to 7 p.m. Fo...

SKC’s first powwow ignites passion, reunites families SKC’s first powwow ignites passion, reunites families

PABLO — As dancers and spectators lined up outside Salish Kootenai College’s gymnasium doors Friday, Spirit of the Bison student organization president ShiNaasha Pete let slip a modest smile.  “I’m proud, but I’m not just proud of myself,” she said. “I’...

SKC gives back through volunteerism SKC gives back through volunteerism

PABLO – To give back to their community, nearly 200 faculty, staff and administration from Salish Kootenai College volunteered in various capacities throughout the reservation last Friday during the college’s annual community service day. The college closes for one day every spring so that sta...

SKC students to exhibit at Hangin Art Gallery SKC students to exhibit at Hangin Art Gallery

PABLO —The red-rimmed eye of the security lights glows in the darkroom at Salish Kootenai College where Linda Ferris and Thomas Fleming finish up work prints for David Spear’s advanced black and white photography class.  Ferris, Fleming and classmates Katherine Dagnall and Felicia McDonal...

Local man remembered for AIDS prevention work Local man remembered for AIDS prevention work

MISSION VALLEY — For many years, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was something to be terrified of, but not something to talk about. Tom Freeman changed all of that on the Flathead Indian Reservation, and probably saved many lives in the process. According to the Center for Disease Control, HIV ca...

KSKC-TV celebrates 25 years of service KSKC-TV celebrates 25 years of service

PABLO — Salish Kootenai College has been the home base for the first (and still only) tribally owned public television station in the United States. With its first broadcast hitting the airwaves in 1988, KSKC-TV has since produced and broadcast 3,500 hours of television programs ranging from sports cov...

Child studies expert visits SKC

PABLO — On May 1-2, the SKC Social Work, Education, Psychology and Nursing Departments will host a visit by Dr. Eli Lebowitz, Yale Child Study Center, Yale University. Lebowitz will give several presentations for the college and the community. Lebowitz will speak at the SKC President’s Lecture...

Talent show raises funds for AIBL Talent show raises funds for AIBL

PABLO — Singer, dancers, and an illusionist flocked to the Johnny Arlee/Victor Charlo Theater to entertain the folks when the American Indian Business Leaders chapter held their fourth annual Salish Kootenai Talent Show on March 15. Daniel Emigh and a guitar-playing friend served as the warm up band...


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