UM Spectrum tent introduced powwow kids to science
The University of Montana Spectrum Discovery interactive science museum spread the fun of learning at the hands-on exhibit tent at the Arlee powwow grounds this past weekend for the first time.
Gov. Bullock announces ambitious Dual Enrollment Incentive Program
Lieutenant Governor Angela McLean announced last week at the Confederated Salish and Kootenai community meeting the launch of the recent Dual Enrollment Incentive Pilot Program for the state of Montana to improve access and affordability to college credit classes for high school students.
Clarice Charlo King honored for years of educational service
Thirty years as an Indian school principal is one of many reasons to be recognized with a lifetime achievement award.
Tribal youth get a head start in the job market
The first career fair for the Summer Youth Employment Program was packed at the Salish Kootenai College Charlo/Arlee theatre this last Monday.
2014 SKC Graduation is largest yet
The Salish Kootenai College Joe McDonald Gym was full of anticipation on June 7. Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education, gave the commencement address at the largest graduation SKC has seen yet.
SPCC Elders meet before summer break; resume in the fall
A low hum of voices echoed from the Long House on Wednesday June 4. It was a quiet meeting for the Salish-Pend d'Oreille Culture Committee; they hosted their last elder's meeting until October.
New home site project underway
The Tribal Lands Department, Economic Development Office, and Salish Kootenai College's Highway Construction Program staff members and students are working with Tribal member surveyor Greg Marengo, to map and survey the Tribal subdivision, and build a new road that will serve the home sites.