Thursday May 16
The twists and turns of acquiring Kerr Dam
As part of ongoing coverage, Char-Koosta news will be publishing regular articles over the next several months to provide more information to the Tribal community about the Kerr Dam acquisition process and activities of the Tribal corporation SX?NQ?E?ELS L SUW?EC?M / KSUKZIZMUMAZ gAdJAZMUKWAGITS, Inc., which does business as Energy Keepers, Inc.
Tribal members invited to economic development public meetings on May 16
Tribal members are encouraged to attend one of two public meetings hosted by the Tribal Economic Development Office on Thursday, May 16, in the Pablo and Lefthand Conference Rooms in Pablo.
Senator Max Baucus involves tribes in Montanaa s economic future
Montana U.S. Senator Max Baucus held a roundtable discussion on job creation in Indian Country at S and K Electronics as part of his 'Montana Solutions Job Tour' to spark a statewide conversation and action plan for bringing more good-paying jobs to Montana and getting a step ahead for the 6th Annual Economic Development Summit in Butte in ... (more)
Sequestration and federal funding reductions take a toll on the Northwest Region
The Department of Interior, BIA, Northwest Region will lose an estimated 23 employees in early retirement.
Salish Kootenai College Co-Hosting National Conference
The University of Montana and Salish Kootenai College are co-hosting the national conference for the College Board's Native American Student Advocacy Institute on May 30-31. The conference theme is "Educating Native Youth for Success: Many Nations, One Vision." It will take place on UM's main campus on Thursday, May 30, and at Salish Kootenai ... (more)
Pablo gun owner participates in statewide ad campaign criticizing Senator Max Baucus
A Pablo gun owner is featured in a statewide ad campaign criticizing Senator Max Baucus for his recent vote against criminal background checks for gun sales.
Montana water-rights fight unleashes a flood of fury
Susan and Jack Lake grow potatoes on 1,000 acres of the Flathead Reservation in Pablo, Mont.
Celebrate Community Earth Day on Saturday, May 4
Bring your bikes, strollers, good walking shoes, your children and appetite to the Joe McDonald Event Center on Saturday, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a Community Earth Day/Bike Path Celebration.
Bear That Attacked Pablo Man was Defending Cubs
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have no plans to kill a grizzly bear that mauled a man near the tribal college in Pablo last week, a tribal natural resources spokeswoman said.