Thursday Mar 6
St. Ignatius District Meeting informs membership of tribal business, politics and news
Patty Stevens, Council member for the Mission District, held her first District meeting and had a good turn out considering the winter storm warnings throughout the day.
Thursday Mar 6
Yaya's Trunk: stories from the past: Indian Names
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Social Service's Circle of Trust Program is launching a new column called 'Yaya's Trunk' in the Char-Koosta News that will be featured every week for the Positive Indian Parenting curriculum.
Senators Tester and Walsh meet with CSKT and SKC
Senators Jon Tester and John Walsh visited CSKT and SKC on Saturday February 22 as one of the stops on their tour of Montana, to Pablo to visit with officials over the needs and concerns of tribal members.
Yaya's Trunk: a oeDon't Read In The Cara
Melvin 'Bunny' and his wife, Rena Running Rabbit from the Blackfeet Reservation, were well known by the Elmo and Arlee powwow and stick game families.
Great Falls man convicted of injuring toddler
A Great Falls man has been convicted of beating his girlfriend's 2-year-old son, causing injuries including a ruptured pancreas that were treated at a Seattle hospital.
Great Falls Tribune
Charlo-Whitworth abuse trial begins
The trial of Riley Charlo-Whitworth, the Great Falls man accused of inflicting serious injury on his then-girlfriend's 2-year-old son in January 2013, continued Tuesday with opening statements laying out the arguments prosecutors and defense attorneys will use in the coming days.