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Articles with the Tag: Pablo

SKC celebrates graduates, educators SKC celebrates graduates, educators

PABLO — The Salish Kootenai College class of 2023 celebrated their graduation last weekend, and those involved in education received special acknowledgement in the Educators’ Pinning Ceremony.  Two local educators were honored, the first being Salish language educator Melandie Sandoval. &...

Summit talks language learning in early childhood Summit talks language learning in early childhood

PABLO — The 2023 Montana Early Childhood Tribal Language Summit is taking place this week, showcasing the work done by Native communities to advance tribal language education for young learners.  The Summit first had its start in 2018. Put together by Zero to Five Montana, a dedicated early chi...

S&K Self Storage expands

News from S&K Self Storage PABLO — S&K Self Storage is thrilled to announce the expansion of its operations with the introduction of brand new, easily accessible storage units. With this expansion, S&K Self Storage continues its commitment to providing top-notch storage solutions to in...

Briefs for June 7, 2023

Arlee plans 4th of July Parade  News from Terry Cable ARLEE — “Freedom and Fireworks” is the parade theme of the 71st annual Arlee 4th of July Parade. Registration will be at the Arlee High School entryway, with parade line up beginning in the parking lot. The parade begins a...

Creatives Indigenous course to jumpstart Indian businesses in Montana

News from the CSKT PABLO — Creatives Indigenous by Native Max announces a six-week business accelerator program for Salish and Kootenai artists and creatives who want to start a business or expand their businesses.  The accelerator program offers Native entrepreneurs a rigorous exploration...

Women 4 Wellness health fair returns Women 4 Wellness health fair returns

PABLO — The Women 4 Wellness event returned last Thursday to the Salish Kootenai College for the first time since the start of COVID-19 and saw great attendance from vendors and visitors alike.  With 83 tables set up in the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center, the one-day event provided nume...

Bockman pleads guilty to stealing pick-up

POLSON — Judge Molly Owen set a sentencing date of June 21 for a St. Ignatius man who admitted stealing a pick-up in Polson six years ago. Elliot Bockman, 40, pleaded guilty during an arraignment hearing in Polson District Court May 3. According to court records on Nov. 23, 2017 a Polson man reporte...

Jade Dempsey receives 2023 Montana Student Volunteer Award Jade Dempsey receives 2023 Montana Student Volunteer Award

PABLO — Jade Dempsey, SKC TRIO SSS Scholar and Elementary Education Student, is one of 12 Montana College Students awarded the 2023 Montana Student Volunteer Award.   Dempsey is involved in many community service projects, all involving collecting donations for a community organization. Fo...

Upcoming 5K honors missing, murdered indigenous people Upcoming 5K honors missing, murdered indigenous people

PABLO — Organizations, both local and nationwide, have come together to honor Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) and their families by holding the “Step By Step … We Remember” 5K out of the Salish Kootenai College in Pablo on May 6.  Held in conjunction with Nation...

Tribal representatives meet with Zinke, discuss Farm Bill Tribal representatives meet with Zinke, discuss Farm Bill

PABLO — Several Tribal representatives gathered at the CSKT Complex to meet with Congressman Ryan Zinke on April 12 to discuss their concerns and hopes for the bipartisan farm bill currently being drafted.  Attendees included representatives from Blackfeet, Little Shell, and Ft. Belknap Tribes,...


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