A Salish & Kootenai Tribally Owned Business

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One of the earliest and most colorful football characters, though largely forgotten, marked the association between and the NFL and the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes (CSKT). Tribal member Nick Lassa played guard in the NFL in 1922 and 1923 with the Oorang Indians, an all–Native American team based in…

High-speed internet access, or broadband, is critical to economic opportunity, job creation, education, and civic engagement. In urban areas, 97 percent of Americans have access to high-speed fixed service. Compare that to rural areas where that number falls to 65 percent. On Tribal lands, barely 60 percent have access. In…

Started in 1997, S&K Technologies (SKT) was originally a division of S&K Electronics (which is still active and doing well) and later spun into a company in 1999. The focus was to utilize the SBA 8(a) program to provide a diverse revenue stream for the benefit of the Confederated Salish…

Baseball is not really baseball without a stadium hot dog, very few high school seniors went through a graduation ceremony, my six-year-old had a “Zoom Birthday” party, locally we did not have Powwows nor the county fairs, and the SKT Annual Shareholder Meeting was conducted via teleconference. What is summer…

How did S&K Technologies Inc, and it's subsidiaries get their start?  Who are the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) and how does our shareholder dividend impact the tribal community?  Troy Felsman, Corporate Projects Manager, spoke with NBC Montana's Laurel Staples to answer these questions and more during an interview…

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