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Articles with the Tag: Salish Kootenai College

SKC president announces ‘Capturing the Vision’ campaign

News from the Salish Kootenai College Foundation PABLO — President Robert R. DePoe III announces the kick off of Salish Kootenai College’s “Capturing the Vision” capital campaign. This is the first capital campaign in Salish Kootenai College’s history, marking a significant s...

College group honors veterans College group honors veterans

Veterans from all branches of service were honored Friday evening as the Circle of Trust group from Salish Kootenai College hosted a Round Dance. Veteran-themed posters created by Two Eagle River School students decorated the walls in the Joe McDonald Health Center Camas Room. Accompanied by at least a do...

Men asked to take up domestic violence issue on Flathead Reservation

PABLO – The face of domestic and sexual violence is often painted as that of the battered woman or child, broken and helpless. Little is done to make society contemplate exactly how or why men abuse their partners and children.  “They’ve been seen as women’s issues that some g...

Indigenous researchers gather at Salish Kootenai College Indigenous researchers gather at Salish Kootenai College

PABLO — A gathering of scholars, researchers and students from around the globe came to Pablo last week to share knowledge about the different methods of indigenous research. “The heart of my philosophy is caring, sharing, compassion and truth,” said Shawn Wilson, Ph.D. “As indigen...

Salish Kootenai College nursing program receives $1.75 million grant

News from Salish Kootenai College PABLO — The Salish Kootenai College nursing program received a $1.75 million dollar grant (NU11IHS0043-06-00) from the Department of Health and Human Services and Indian Health Services. The funds will be used to initiate project American Indians into Nursing. ...

SKC secures grant for math and science programs

News from Salish Kootenai College PABLO — Salish Kootenai College, through the Indigenous Math and Science Institute secured a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation under the Tribal Colleges and Universities Program to develop two degree programs. The programs are a Bachelor’s d...

DePoe takes helm at Salish Kootenai College DePoe takes helm at Salish Kootenai College

PABLO — Autumn is approaching, and Salish Kootenai College begins its fall quarter on Sept. 30. Along with new students and new classes, SKC has a new president — Robert DePoe. Not totally new to the area, DePoe is a Mission Valley boy. He graduated from Ronan High School, and his family li...

Democrats present Affordable Care Act ‘Obamacare’ Forum

News from the Lake County Democrats PABLO — Confused about Obamacare and the health exchanges?  Have your questions addressed at the Affordable Care Act Forum sponsored by the Lake County Democrats. The presentation seeks to help Montanans understand how the law works and answer questions or co...

Governor visits Ronan invasive species checkpoint Governor visits Ronan invasive species checkpoint

RONAN — Flathead Lake has become a battleground for native and aquatic invasive species. Governor Steve Bullock made a stop at a Ronan watercraft checkpoint on Aug. 20 to show support for the human foot soldiers charged with making sure Montana plants and animals win the war against foreign invaders.&n...

Talented filmmaker accomplished, yet humble Talented filmmaker accomplished, yet humble

The bumper stickers on the back of Frank Tyro’s truck can tell you a lot about what he feels passionately about, but the capital letters and vibrant colors cause more of a fuss than the quiet professor does in person.  “It’s just his way of observing the world,” his wife, Lori...

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