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On Nov. 10, the Lake County Board of Commissioners held a public hearing to consider adopting the newly revised Lakeshore Protection Regulations (LPRs). As citizens commented, it became clear that there appeared to be a lack of understanding of the LPRs, its purpose, how it came about and what it meant for l...

League of Women Voters hosts webinar on MT climate extremes

News from the League of Women Voters HELENA — The League of Women Voters Montana is hosting a free public webinar “Climate Extremes in Montana: Stories of Change and Resilience” on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m., featuring climate specialists from the Montana Climate Office and (CSKT). T...

Work begins on U.S. Highway 93 Ronan North Project Work begins on U.S. Highway 93 Ronan North Project

RONAN — The Ronan North Project has begun work to complete construction on the four-lane construction of U.S. Highway 93. Beginning at the Round Butte Road intersection, the project will extend about a mile and a half to tie into the existing four lane structure. Additionally, it’ll continue a sh...

Ronan city council passes animal control ordinance Ronan city council passes animal control ordinance

RONAN — At their last meeting on Oct. 26, the Ronan City Council addressed the local animal problem by passing an ordinance that will go into effect 30 days from approval.  Animal Control ordinance number 2022-05 is meant to address local problems with loose, vicious dogs. While an emergency or...

Interior Department issues guidance to strengthen tribal co-stewardship of public lands, waters

News from the Departmemt of the Interior WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior released new guidance to improve federal stewardship of public lands, waters and wildlife by strengthening the role of Tribal governments in federal land management. New guidance from the Bureau of Land Management...

2022 Fall Mack Days is almost here

News from the CSKT Natural Resources Department FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Fall Mack Days will begin on Sept. 15 and end on Nov. 13. This will be the 41st Mack Days Fishing Event sponsored by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Mack Days began in the fall of 2002 with 888 lake trout entered b...

Hunters education class announced

News from the CSKT Natural Resources Department FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Class for the Polson, Ronan, Pablo Summer Hunter Education course will start Tuesday, Oct. 11, in Room 118 of the Beaverhead Math and Science building on the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pablo. All classes will begin at 6:...

Child support awareness celebrates families Child support awareness celebrates families

RONAN — As part of Child Support Awareness Month, the Tribal Child Support Enforcement Program held a Fun Day event to bring families together and provide support for kids and parents in need. An annual event for current participants to recognize and acknowledge both those paying and receiving child...

CSKT statement regarding the passing of Missoula Mayor John Engen

News from the CSKT PABLO — On behalf of the Tribal Council of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the Tribal Council offers the following statement regarding the death of Missoula’s Mayor, John Engen. Missoula, in the heart of the Selis and Qlispe people’s traditional and a...

Fire Danger is extreme

News from the CKST Division of Fire RONAN — The Division of Fire officials want to update the public on the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes fire danger.  The Flathead Indian Reservations fire danger is at Extreme. Fuel moistures are low due to high temperatures and low relative humi...

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