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Articles with the Tag: Flathead Reservation

MMIP awareness raised during second run, walk gathering MMIP awareness raised during second run, walk gathering

PABLO — Runners and walkers gathered to raise awareness about Missing and Murdered Indigenous People for the second annual 5K gathering at the Salish and Kootenai College on May 4, which is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous People. Nikki McKinsey, who is one of the ev...

Spring debris burning by permit

News from CSKT FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Spring burning by permit season started Wednesday, May 1. To burn from May 1 to June 30 you will need a burn permit. You can apply for one at the Division of Fire website: csktfire.org. Burn permits are available on-line.  Burning is a great way to cle...

Foundation for Montana History awards grant to Ninepipes Museum Foundation for Montana History awards grant to Ninepipes Museum

News from the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana NINEPIPES — Ninepipes Museum is pleased to announce it was recently awarded a grant through the foundation for Montana History. The project involves recording the stories of the collection through the people of the Flathead Reservation in collabor...

Respond to Long COVID survey

FLATHEAD RESERVATION — CSKT Tribal Health recipients are asked to respond to a Long COVID survey. Have you been diagnosed with Long COVID? Are you experiencing symptoms you think might be related to your COVID-19 infection? (more than 3 months ago). Please take the brief survey at: https://hipaa.jotfor...

MMIP walk/run event planned for May 4

Every person contributes to the tapestry of life woven by the threads connecting them to others. When a person is gone, the tapestry changes, altered forever by the loss. The loss can change the strength of the tapestry and over time a threadbare space is all that remains. When a person goes missing, the imp...

Tribes announce prescribed burn Tribes announce prescribed burn

News from C.T. Camel, CSKT FLATHEAD RESERVATION — The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribal Fuels Program plans to perform a prescribed burn in the upper Knowles Creek and Little Money Drainages near Perma sometime during the week of April 1-5. Depending on weather, it will most likely be mid-...

EKI hires communications director

News from Energy Keepers Inc. POLSON — Energy Keepers Inc has hired a communications director to focus on media relations, public relations, and wider communication efforts. Robert McDonald had worked as the Communications Director for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes for 15 years be...

CSKT Ag Producer Summit to be held April 11 in Polson

News from MSU Extension Flathead Reservation office POLSON — On Thursday, April 11, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at the KwaTaqNuk Resort, the CSKT Producer Summit will take place. Registration is required by April 5. Topics include regenerative grazing practices, irrigation efficiency options, alternative f...

Governor: state not responsible for tribal law enforcement in Lake County Governor: state not responsible for tribal law enforcement in Lake County

Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte has informed the Lake County Commission that the state will not assume felony law enforcement duties on the Flathead Indian Reservation — despite pleas from local officials that they can no longer afford a decades-old arrangement.  The decision likely sets the stage ...

Big Sky Bright Lights seeks nominations

News from Flathead Reservation Lake County Zero to Five FLATHEAD RESERVATION — All those who work in an educational setting with children, ages 3-10 or those who have done something outstanding for education with this population in the last year, within Lake County or Flathead Reservation can be n...


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