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MV hunter education class announced

News from CSKT Natural Resources, Montana FWP MISSION VALLEY — Sign in opens at 6 p.m. for the Polson, Ronan, Pablo Spring Hunter Education course starting Monday, Oct. 2, in Lobby of the PQLAW building on the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pablo. All classes will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at ...

SKC Press announces newest book

This collection of documents includes talks or petitions by Salish and Kootenai chiefs found in the surviving historical record. The Salish and Kootenai Indians of the Flathead Indian Reservation confronted many crises in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The physical and cultural survival o...

Creatives Indigenous Course concludes with deep dive pitch event in MT

News from Native Max PABLO — Creatives Indigenous by Native Max announced a free event at the Salish Kootenai College Theatre where a cohort of Salish and Kootenai artrepreneurs pitch their business plans to faculty, partners, and the local community.  Since the beginning of June, this coh...

SKC student Jane Dempsey receives scholarship SKC student Jane Dempsey receives scholarship

News from Linda Bone,  P.E.O Chapter CA chair of JHH Scholarship POLSON — P.E.O. Chapter CA received notification of their candidate, Jade Dempsey being selected for the 2023-2024 Jane Hammer Holmgren Scholarship (JHHS). The scholarship recognizes an outstanding Montana Women who is pursui...

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...

Riggs receives scholarship

News from The Women of Rollins POLSON — The Women of Rollins organization provided the Emma Sager Memorial Scholarship for $1,000 to Hakyla Riggs through the Polson Scholarship and Education Foundation. Hakyla is currently a senior at Polson High School. She is in a dual enrollment program through...

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...

Ninepipes Museum awarded Foundation for Montana History Grant

News from Ninepipes Museum CHARLO —Ninepipes Museum is excited to announce a recently awarded grant from The Foundation for Montana History in the amount of $6,500 to help preserve our collections. Thank you, FMH, for helping us keep history alive through preservation. On June 3 the museum will...


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