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    • 1987-07-07 Char-Koosta News

    • 1987-07-07 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Arlee pow wow schedule announced; Elders attend in-stream flow hearing in Helena; Amendment to Ord. 44D regulations proposed; Woe to us! The fool-thing's down again; Welcome to the 1987 Arlee Reservation-wide Pow-wow...; Schedule; Camping Rules;...
    • 1984-07-24 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-07-24 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Dam hearings attract hundreds, opinion is split; August per capita will be $100; FERC denies wheeling order; No one home in Pablo last Friday; July quarterly crowd not as light as usual; Deadline passes, but penalties are postponed; Money available...
    • 1988-07-13 Char-Koosta News

    • 1988-07-13 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Quarterly attendees hear good news about Tribal enterprises; Arlee pow wow is sucessful, as usual; BIA funds summer Head Start; Winners of the 90th annual Alee Fourth of July Celebration Pow Wow.
    • 1987-07-14 Char-Koosta News

    • 1987-07-14 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • You're all invited:; Let's have a safe trip to the celebration! Tips for driving in the caravan; Caravan schedule; Turning the clock back to Council Groves, 1855; What does the Hellgate Treaty say?; Small quarterly meeting crowd prompts lively...
    • 1986-07-11 Char-Koosta News

    • 1986-07-11 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Proposed IHS regulations would hurt less-than 1/4 degree members; Group seeks more changes at FIIP; Elders program changes announced; Kicking Horse JCC to stay a while; Tribal college graduates three dozen; The Story of Chief Cliff; Blue Bay's back...
    • 1983-08-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1983-08-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Changes proposed in health care policy; Portland to shut down G.A.; Road Closure guidelines; July district meeting was informative, but not well-attended; Postscript..."You can't print that"; Dinner honoring graduates called successful despite...
    • 1983-07-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1983-07-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • If you get bored this weekend, you're just not trying hard enough; Standing Arrow Pow wow is July 14-17; Tribal offices closed today and Monday; Animal killing is in the news; Tribes invited to join MIMA; Court news for May; Charmel Tellier is...
    • 1981-07-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-07-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Council highlights; Arlee Quarterly poorly attended; Councilmen write about pipeline deal; Indians know a good deal; EPA issues preliminary permit for oil port; Permit status; Well-organized pow-wow a hit; King and Bird place at regatta; Exhibits...
    • 1983-07-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1983-07-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Indian water claims go to state courts; Council authorizes $100 August per capita; District meeting; Talent Search closes for the summer; Court business for June; Marvin Camel finally receives cruiserweight belt; Summer tutoring ends August 12;...
    • 1976-06-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1976-06-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Tribe loses second round; To council or to chief; Credit manager selected; Kim Swaney named "Miss Kyi Yo"; Teachers aide seminar; Schultz Scholarship Awarded; Miss Flathead Reservation to be crowned; Mary Joscum awarded trophy; Allards celebrates...
    • 1976-05-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1976-05-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Court says tax not legal; Allard Robbed; Adams Joins Council; No charges in Mitchell Shooting; Chemawa holds reunion; Tribe contract BIA functions; Tribal members hire forestry consultant; Are we a social organization?; U.M. Health Career Program;...
    • 1982-06-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-06-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Flathead joins Northern Cheyenne in pristine air club; District meeting set for Mission; McDonald wins first round; FRACAP attacks 'number one problem' with conference; An update on what's happening in the Council; No more prospecting permits for...
    • 1980-07-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1980-07-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • First Pow-Wow of the Decade is "Weirdest Ever"; Bryan Brazill Chosen I.T.Y.P. Chief; Wanted: Prodigal Tribes; Council Meeting Highlights; Head Start Round-up; Camel Can't Fight for a Least Three Months; Familiar Faces in New Places; Sharing a Bit...
    • 1982-12-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-12-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Council bows to pressure, votes 6 - 3 for per capita; Move to Portland may have BIA afoot; Power bills jump this month; Flathead Irrigation Project is under fire; Crisis center may open this month; St. Ignatius gets 'rehab' money from state; The...
    • 1982-07-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-07-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Arlee pow wow attracts thousands; Meeting, pow wow on tap for this weekend; Pablo's welcoming address at Bison Range festivities, June 19; Per capitas: August, yes, December, no; SOAP helps family cope with alcoholism; FRACAP program aids young...
    • 1987-07-07 Char-Koosta News

    • 1987-07-07 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • July 16 Treaty Rights Celebration and caravan details announced; Kootenai Falls won't be dammed, says FERC; Hundreds enjoy sobriety celebration in Arlee; Local youngsters visit with nationally-known basketball star; Attention, potential loggers!...
    • 1984-02-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-02-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • D.C. officials meet locally to discuss FIP, other issues; 'Tis budget time again; Latest enrollment list; Tribal enrollment proocedures; What are those tepees doing along Highway 93?; Bear closure now in effect; Non-members cited for fishing...
    • 1984-01-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-01-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Felsman, Steele win top spots on Council by acclamation; A few parting words, Thomas E. Pablo; Tribes hire economics expert; A fifth tribal belt for Camel; The old days are over, says councilman; NRD employees commended; What does the membership...
    • 1983-11-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1983-11-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Hunters cautioned to be aware of Tribal law; General Assistance payroll change; The primary: four incumbents, 25 others to run; Tribal election notice; They'd rather see you a little poor and behind bars--than dead; Firmness, fairness and open...

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