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Will I be able to vote or not?
PABLO — This week, the Supreme Court upheld North Dakota’s voter ID law that requires residents to show identification with a current street address, whereas a P.O. box does not qualify.
Polson 3 PARTY MOVING, ESTATE, HOUSEHOLD SALE Sat/Sun, Oct 2...
Polson 3 PARTY MOVING, ESTATE, HOUSEHOLD SALE Sat/Sun, Oct 20, 21, 40319 Mountain View Rd. 10 to 4. Books, video & music tapes, old records, knick knacks, Christmas village & other holiday decorations, kitchen items, jewelry, artwork, western shirts, coats, baby clothes, other baby items, furniture,
Flathead County Commissioner Gary Kruegar
Flathead County Commissioner Gary Kruegar chimes in on the 11,000 acre-feet of Hungry Horse Reservoir that will become available in the Upper Flathead Valley for future uses and claims. That’s 11,000 acre-feet they won’t have if the Flathead Nation water rights compact doesn’t get federal stamp of a
SKC Press releases new book on Charles McDonald
By Robert BigartSKC PressPABLO — Joe McDonald, Charlie’s nephew, remembers his uncle and tribal elder. “Charlie’s life story is a great example of a mixed blood with strong Indian affiliations living through the 1900s,” McDonald says. “He always claimed to think and be Indian, even though he was hal
Polson - Reduced! Partially furnished 3bdrm, 2bath lake home...
Polson - Reduced! Partially furnished 3bdrm, 2bath lake home with 2.5 car garage, newer carpet throughout, remodeled kitchen. Newly installed Heat and Air Conditioning. 75 feet of lake shore plus a dock. Located on the lake in Polson across from the golf course (golf cart included), $1250/month obo.
Flathead Basin Commission gets an overview of the CSKT Water Rights Compact
Char-Koosta NewsPOLSON — The process for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Federal Reserved Water Rights Compact has seemed to flow like molasses exposed to a harsh Hi-Line winter. Now finally after more than two decades of negotiations the CSKT RWRC that passed state and tribal muster now
Enthusiasm high as Trump supporters wait in long lines for 6:30 p.m. rally
Seven hours before President Trump was due to speak at Missoula International Airport, the line of attendees already snaked around the parking area and into the fields.Those near the front had arrived in below-freezing temperatures, and had a long wait ahead of them. But Tom Hicks of Bigfork was in
Vacant Tribal Council seat to be filled
PABLO — Tribal Councilman James Steele, Jr. resigned from Council officially on September 25. Tribal Council, following the Tribal Constitution, shall appoint a replacement. Anyone interested in being considered for the open St. Ignatius representative spot on Council should read the position postin
Bison documentary premieres Oct. 24; preview clip on Facebook
In conjunction with veteran documentarian, Daniel Glick, CSKT has produced the riveting story of how Tribal members helped save the bison.
Rozet first-grade teacher chosen state's teacher of year
Valerie Bruce knew something was up.The 32-year-old teacher used the five senses she had her first-grade students employ in their pumpkin investigation Tuesday afternoon and by doing so, she almost ruined the surprise.A pinky promise and two “flat-out lies” had led her to this point, standing with R
Ben's Got Next - Flathead Beacon
As an eighth-grader in Milwaukee, Mike Perrin lined up for the first 400-meter race of his young life. Years later, he would become the patriarch of one of the most successful families in Montana running history, raising state champions and NCAA Division I scholarship athletes who were blessed, oste
Former justice court staffer paid $19,000 after wrongful termination allegations
A former office manager for a Missoula County Justice of the Peace has received more than $19,000 in settlement costs and administrative leave pay after she claimed she was fired in retaliation for cooperating with a county investigation into her boss.Thesettlement agreement, dated Oct. 1, says Shil
This Is Not the Wild Wild West, Sir - Flathead Beacon
6:10 a.m.A Columbia Falls woman called 911 because there was a man sleeping in his car at the end of her driveway. The woman knocked on the car window and told him to leave, to which he responded, “No! I’m not leaving!”
Real Estate Market Trends - Flathead Beacon
Let’s look at the residential land sales trends, across the Flathead, by city (see chart). I’ve excluded anything above $3,000,000, and I’ve also negated parcels on navigable water (such skews the pricing exceptionally). I’ve included the Polson area, too. Left and right halves of the chart break th
Wild Horse Mercantile opens in Plains
"We were trying to come up with a new name that incorporated our community and the type of business. We were no longer housed in a Grainry, so a new name was needed in our new building. One of our vendor's daughter had this suggestion and we all liked it," said Plains resident Michele McGuigan, who
Summerville home to one of only 16 Arby's where customers can order a duck breast sandwich
The first duck sandwich in fast-food history is about to land on Summerville.Arby’son Saturday willintroduce its Seared Duck Breast Sandwich in just 16 stores across the country, including the Summerville location at 329 N. Main St. Along with places such as Pearland, Tex., Onalaska, Wisc. and Kalis
ELECTION 2018: 20th Judicial District Court Judge
EDUCATION: 2001: The National Judicial College (Reno, NV). 1989: U.S. Army Airborne School (Fort Benning, GA). 1988: The Judge Advocate General's Legal School, Charlottesville, VA. 1988: University of Montana School of Law, Missoula, MT, Juris Doctorate. 1982: University of Montana, BA in Liberal Ar
Soiree at the Wilma: ATG celebrates deal with Cognizant, projected job growth ~ Missoula Current
ATG employees, who now work for Cognizant, celebrate the acquisition on Tuesday night at the Wilma, along with the opportunities it spells for the Missoula office, which could see its workforce grow from around 150 to 500 in the coming years. (Martin Kidston/Missoula Current)
Bigfork’s Bryn Morley Earns Top 40 Finish at NCAA Pre-Nationals - Flathead Beacon
Morley, a freshman at Northern Arizona University, finished 39th at the NCAA Pre-Nationals in Madison, Wisconsin on Oct. 13, completing the 6K course in 21:00.4. The Bigfork native was the top finisher for NAU, helping the Lumberjacks to a ninth-place finish as a team.The race marked the first natio
Teamwork promises to help improve mental health care
When someone suffering a mental health crisis arrived in the emergency room at Cabinet Peaks Medical Center in Libby, staff there often called Western Montana Mental Health Center, which would send a mental health professional to evaluate the case and determine a course of action.