The Tribal Communications office serves as the main point of contact for those who do not already have a contact at CSKT.

The CSKT Communications Director is Robert McDonald

He can be contacted by the following:
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Phone: (406) 675-2700, ext. 1222 
Cell: (406) 249-1818,
Fax: (406) 675-2806

Contact the Communications Director for:

  • General CSKT information
  • Requesting meetings with the Chairman
  • Delivering messages to Council or the Chairman
  • Inquiries about advertisements
  • Inquiring about visiting the Tribal Complex
  • Media Requests
  • Inquiries about obtaining and flying a Tribal flag

There are many ways to discover more about CSKT

Communications Latest News

  • 12th Annual Baby Fair in Pablo - Saturday, March 23rd 2019

    12th Annual Early Childhood Services Baby Fair on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM at the SKC Gym, in Pablo, MT. Please view attached flyer for more information.
  • Bison Meat Availability

    The Yellowstone Bison Transfer Program is currently underway to reduce the bison population through an administrative harvest.  As in past years, the Tribal Council has approved this year’s Yellowstone Bison Transfer Program operations.  Transferred bison will first be provided to tribal departments for various operation needs.  Once that demand is met, unsuccessful CSKT bison hunters would receive preference for a bison and then any CSKT members would be eligible.  All tribal departments, hunters or other persons will need to pay for all the costs of the transfer program to receive a bison carcass or processed meat.    Tribal members who are interested in receiving a transfer bison need to contact the Division of Fish, Wildlife, Recreation and Conservation (DFWRC) office by phone or in person to be placed on the list for bison meat.  To sign up for the bison transfer program call 675-2700 ext. 7200 or visit the DFWRC office at 406 6th Avenue East in Polson.   When a shipment occurs, tribal members who have signed up to be on the list will be randomly drawn from the participant name pool and will be called to pay a deposit to reserve a bison carcass.  The expected deposit fee for an adult carcass is $250 and a calf fee is $150.  The only method of payments for any fees or other costs will be with a credit/debit card or money order.   The unsuccessful bison hunters during the 2018-2019 hunt season will need to have verification that they went to hunt and did not harvest a bison for the season.  Verification requires Tribal Game Warden confirmation.   If you have additional questions please contact Division of Fish, Wildlife, Recreation and Conservation Administrative staff at (406) 675-2700 ext. 7200
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