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    • 1979-12-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1979-12-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • More on Constitution; December 15th Election polling locations; Council candidates; Montana Magazine features a bit of Indian history; Anna Whiting will compete for Rhodes Scholarship; Indian women in action; Browning man asks State to honor his...
    • 1982-12-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-12-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Federal energy agency hires Tribes to study fish and geese; Do you have to pay Federal tax on posts, poles or Christmas trees?; Manpower offers OJT; Flathead Irrigation Project research; Tribal court decisions enforced by state courts only if filed...
    • 1985-11-27 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-11-27 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • FIP report recommends separation of divisions, cites 'racial conflicts'; Election day is two weeks away; Election results certified, no changes; NIEA conference enjoys heavy Tribal involvement; Regional Tribal Housing Authorities join forces;...
    • 1985-01-08 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-01-08 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Vandalism to substation causes blackout, PCB spill; Quarterly meeting full of information, but not that full of spectators; Power bill problems? Here's help; Elders and Culture Committee discuss wakes and traditional; Flathead Culture Committee to...
    • 1984-05-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-05-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • 'Don't be fooled' about sell-out Kerr Dam petition, warns Council member; New TERS campus is in planning stage; Walk-a-thon may net $2,000; What do you want for Summer recreation?; FRO tackles FIP issues with news supplement, meetings; Dixon...
    • 1981-12-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-12-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Primary votes canvassed, no surprises; Water rights deadline may change; Daily paper reports wrong per capita; NTPC pipeline developments; Pre-schoolers get unexpected vacation; Cahoon charged in Tribal Court; Life got tougher for "D.W.I.s"; The...
    • 1980-05-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1980-05-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • ; Tribes Fare Badly In Three Court Cases; City of Polson Accused of Civil Rights Violation; District Meetings Changed; Tribal 'pot' is running low; Kerr Dam Memorial Plans: Date Changed, More Names Sought; Eye Clinic Schedule Updated; Elmo...
    • 1978-02-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1978-02-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • To hunt or to not to hunt? that is the question!; Tribal headquarters moves to Pablo; Ex-tribal headquarters; The Headstart program; Left us with a legacy; Weatherization project; "Timber tribes and trust" a historical review of the BIA forestry...
    • 1978-02-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1978-02-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Construction resumes on community centers; Young Adult Conservation Corps; Bighorn sheep - no hunting; Tribal Council Committee/Representatives; Big Brothers and Sisters of Lake County; Post and pole yard temporarily closed; Attention - commodity...
    • 1978-01-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1978-01-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Quartely Meeting - Jan. 6, 1978; Move to Complex underway; The election is over - but politics are not; Some food for thought from a spiritual leader, an interview with Johnny Arlee; Former Chairman Mitchell pleads innocent; Farmers and ranchers...
    • 1987-12-09 Char-Koosta News

    • 1987-12-09 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Elmo youths form activities club; Special Notice for Pablo readers; BIA to sponsor a different sort of lottery, notice to tribal members; Saddler rewarded; Last batch of birthdays; Candidate statement; Glenda Fay Cook; Leonard Jay Ryan; Two Eagle...
    • 1987-03-17 Char-Koosta News

    • 1987-03-17 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Lakota speaker stresses the need for a personal philosophy; Fire closes Tribal, BIA offices; Some advice for burning season; Culture committee calendars still for sale; Reva Elisa Liberty; Gene Beauchaine; Want a loan? It takes more than desire and...
    • 1987-03-03 Char-Koosta News

    • 1987-03-03 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • BIA's 'divestiture initiatives' labelled greatest threat since termination era; Billy Mills to speak at memorial; ALCO's in force, fee temporarily waived; Ordinance 44D delayed a month, state wants to hang in there; Burning season begins,...
    • 1986-01-09 Char-Koosta News

    • 1986-01-09 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Therriault and Pablo chosen as Council chairman in suprise compromise; SKC fund receives $25,000; FY 85 Tribal budget summary report: September 1985; Shoreline says earlier is better; St. Ignatius school receives Teen Institute grant; Lady Council...
    • Japan: The Region and the World

    • Japan: The Region and the World
    • United States--Politics and government--20th century
    • JAPAN -- THE REGION AND THE WORLD Japan is now the world's second greatest economic power. At current exchange rates its per capita income is higher than ours. It is moving to number one in many areas of advanced technology which we once dominated....

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