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June Rae Caye June Rae Caye

ST. IGNATIUS — Our beloved daughter, sister, auntie and friend, June Rae Caye, began her journey with the Creator on June 2, 2012. June was born on June 1, 1955 in St. Ignatius, to Abraham Caye and Agnes Couture Caye. June was a proud member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. June wa...

PJ Incashola

ST. IGNATIUS — PJ Incashola passed away May 21, 2012 from a rare form of cancer. Although a short battle, a battle fought with great strength, spirit, determination, and bravery. PJ graduated from Two Eagle River School in 1991. Soon after he met his soul mate Naett Incashola, and they later married...

Animal control officer missed

Editor, I have lived in St. Ignatius for 16 years. I had no success with animal control until Susan Dotson, the animal control lady, took over the position of St. Ignatius animal control. All the complaints I have made in the past went unheard. When Susan, who has only had the position for two months, took...

Mary Bacon Parke Ostheimer, “Polly”

ST. IGNATIUS — “Polly” was born October 4, 1935 in West Chester, Pa. to Thomas Parke, M.D. and Caroline Lippincott Hoopes Parke, and she left us peacefully in her sleep on October 24, 2011 from complications of Alzheimer’s Disease. She graduated from the Agnes Irwin School in Rosem...

Check Ahoy Leasing

Editor, I am writing this letter in frustration and disappointment with how the Salish Kootenai Tribes let Ahoy Leasing treat its tribal members. Tribal members who were referred to Ahoy Leasing by Tribal Social Services, Indian Health Services and the Department of Human Resource and Development for obta...

Be careful — it only takes a spark Be careful — it only takes a spark

ST. IGNATIUS – Combined efforts from the St. Ignatius Fire Department and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Division of Fire conquered a 20-acre fire started by a straw baler last Monday afternoon.  “It’s dry enough that it only takes a spark,” St. Ignatius Fire C...

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