1976-09-15 Char-Koosta News
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McDonald Resigns Principalship Ronan: Joe McDonald, after eight years at Ronan High School, resigned his position as principal August 23. He has accepted the position of Project Coordinator for Rural and Native American Service at Kalispell's Flathead Valley Community College. Besides the principalship, McDonald served as head football coach for two years, head basketball coach, freshman basketball coach and athletic director while at Ronan. He has been active in Indian education programs in the Ronan school system and the Flathead Réserva tion. Councilman Joe McDonald enjoys a moment during a Council meeting. IN THIS ISSUE : Joe McDonald Resigns His Principalship page 1 Time Capsule Found in Cornerstone page 1 Cultural Committe Honors Mary Finley page 3 A Visit Back To Chief Charlo's Days page 4 "My Life With " Many Grizzly Bears , a true story by Lynne Dusenberry page 8 Tribal Court Report for August Page 10 Five Generations are United page 10 His new duties will involve assessment of college or vocational course need and interest on the Flathead and Blackfoot Reservations and the rural areas of Kal-ispell. He will continue as a tribal Councilman and will reside in Ronan this year. Volume 6 Number I0 NEWSPAPER OF THE SALISH, PEND D'ORIELLES AND KOOTENAI TRIl "lOF THE FLATHEAD RESERVATION [gg^j^pL September 15, 1976 NEW MOON OF THE HARVEST OF RIPE THINGS TIME CAPSULE FOUND IN CORNERSTONE Dixon: In 1922 a time capsule was sealed into the cornerstone of the St. Ignatius Ursuline's School, which many Tribal members attended. Recently a few local citizens became concerned over the possible loss of the capsule once they saw the cornerstone had been removed. At the last regular Tribal Council meeting, the Council asked the Chairman, Harold Mitchell, Jr., who has undertaken the demolition of the school, what had happened to the stone and capsule. Chairman Mitchell explained that someone must have known that something was inside and had knocked the stone owt before he was able to get to it, and they left it sitting out. He said he had the stone in his garage and had possession of the capsule. The Council requested that he give the stone and capsule to the Church Historical Museum in St. Ignatius, and Mitchell agreed to do so.
|Title||1976-09-15 Char-Koosta News|
|Creator||Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation.|
|Description||McDonald resigns principalship; Time capsule found in cornerstone; Migrant workers program shut down; New officers; DuMontier named Fair Lady; Accident report; Education was not shipped over on the Mayflower; Tribute to Mary Finley; A visit back to chief Charlo's days; How to raise a juvenile delinquent; My life with "Many Grizzly Bears": A true story; Court report.|
|Publisher||Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Nation|
|Rights Management||Copyright (c) Salish and Kootenai Federated Tribes, all rights reserved.|
|Contributing Institution||Salish Kootenai College|
|Contributor||D'Arcy McNickle Library|
|Source||CSKT PN 4883.J6 C4|
|Relation||Volume 6; Number 10|