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Articles from the April 21, 2016 edition

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 By Nathan Bourne    News    April 21, 2016

Board Continues to Negotiate Funding Offer

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Sewer District (SLSD) board had a special meeting April 15 to discuss details of a funding offer they received in March. The board is currently negotiating some aspects of the offer in attempt to lower the projected...

 

Draft Revisions Begin, Alternate Plan Heard

SWAN VALLEY - Members of the Swan Valley Regional Plan Committee (SVRPC) began revisions on the Swan Valley Regional Plan (SVRP) draft at their April 13 meeting. The SVRPC discussed and approved edits and comments submitted by Missoula lawyer...

 

Mr. S. Gets Gold Star

SEELEY LAKE – Each month of the school year, television station KECI singles out a western Montana teacher who has made significant contributions toward education. Nominees are chosen based...

 
 By Jim Buell    Opinion    April 21, 2016

Federal Agency Finds No Fault in Anti-Trapping Group

After K C York, Ravalli Early Head Start (REHS) employee and former Executive Director of Footloose Montana had numerous charges of violations of Montana’s political campaign practices dismissed by Jonathan Motl, former attorney for Footloose...

 

I Gotta Horse For Sale

Those of you in the horse world have seen them...those "horse for sale" ads and groups on Craig's List and Facebook.  Now, I don't begrudge someone wanting to sell a horse, and possibly recoup a...

 

DEQ Seeks Comments on Montana Water Quality Report

HELENA – The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is accepting public comment on Montana’s 2016 Draft Water Quality Integrated Report. The report documents the state’s water quality conditions for the years 2013–2014 as required...

 
 By Chris Stout    Opinion    April 21, 2016

See the BCSP Through to Washington D.C.

SEELEY LAKE - Two years ago, “Outside Magazine” named Seeley Lake Elementary the best place to work in the entire country. Having one of the largest outdoor recreation publications pay us this honor was a testament to the amazing colleagues,...

 
 By Sigrid Olson    News    April 21, 2016

Potomac Garden Club Seed Planted

POTOMAC - More than 45 people attended the Potomac Gardening Party the evening of April 15 at the Potomac/Greenough Community Center (PGCC). The event was part of the community center board "Family...

 

Spring in the Blackfoot, Marshall Creek Management Plan

As spring weather starts to dominate and days grow longer, most of us are itching to get outdoors, shed some layers and shake off the winter blues. And who could blame you? What a spectacular time to be outdoors and no better place than the...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    April 21, 2016

From Caregiver to Patient, Hudak Expresses Gratitude

SEELEY LAKE – Kathy Hudak has lived in Seeley Lake for the past six years. She works as an Emergency Room (ER) technician at Community Medical, a paramedic with Missoula Emergency Services, Inc. (ME...

 
 By Rick Ferguson    News    April 21, 2016

A Sailor's Journey Across Two War Fronts

In August 1944, Michael Milochik sailed home from England on the luxury liner Queen Elizabeth. He described the living conditions as "tight" with 12 bunks to a room. Once back home, he and his...

 

Seasons

As we all know living here in western Montana, the weather changes fairly drastically on a seasonal basis. Sometimes it changes even much quicker - like recently when it went from snowing one day to sunny and warm a day later. We live in an area...

 

Pinchot Journal: Great Larches and Yellow Pines

In 1896, Gifford Pinchot, who later became the first Chief of the U.S. Forest Service, traveled south through the Swan Valley inspecting this region of Montana, while working for the National Forest Commission. Jack Monroe, a trapper and guide,...

 

Community Invited to Restoration Event in Swan Valley

MISSOULA – The University of Montana (UM) College of Forestry and Conservation invites UM students and community members from Missoula and the Seeley-Swan Valley to a day of ecological restoration Sunday, April 24.  MPG North, a Montana...

 

Swan Valley Community Council Member ~ Two, Three-year Terms ~

Elda L. (Ellie) Greenough - Swan Council My father moved our family from a large metropolitan area to a small Midwest farm when I was nine months old. A family vacation in the mountains of Montana...

 

Swan Valley Community Council Member ~ Two, Three-year Terms ~

Henry S. Westra - Swan Council I, along with my wife Carolyn, were first introduced to the Swan Valley in the 1980's. It became our desire to someday relocate to the Swan so, to that end, we...

 

Swan Valley Community Council Member ~ Two, Three-year Terms ~

Lacey McNutt - Swan Council I have lived in the Swan Valley for nearly 10 years. I grew up in Helena and am a fifth generation Montanan. I first came here to work for an outfitter in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. It was there that I met my husband,...

 

Greenough/Potomac Fire Service Area Board of Trustees ~ One, Three-year Term

Dale Hinkle - Incumbent Potomac Fire Board I am currently the chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Greenough/Potomac Volunteer Fire Department (GPVFD) and my three-year term is up. I have lived...

 

Greenough/Potomac Fire Service Area Board of Trustees ~ One, Three-year Term

Jennifer Iverson - Potomac Fire Board Biography: I am a fifth generation Montanan and returned to Potomac four years ago.  I have been married to Justin Iverson for 16 years, which has provided me...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    April 21, 2016

SLE Levy to Maintain Current Budget

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) School Board will run a general fund operating levy of $17,056 or 2.21 mills on the May 3 ballot. It would increase taxes on a $100,000 home by $2.98 and on a $200,000 home by $5.96 annually. Unless...

 

Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) School Board ~ Two, Three-year Terms

Jenny Lindemer - Incumbent SLE Board Biography: I was born and raised in Missoula. I spent my summers in Seeley Lake. My family and I have lived here for 21years! Qualifying experience or...

 

Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) School Board ~ Two, Three-year Terms

Karen Kovatch - Incumbent SLE Board Biography: We moved our family business to Seeley Lake in 1989 and I have lived here full time since 1995.  I have served on the Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE)...

 

Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) School Board ~ Two, Three-year Terms

Amanda Fowler - SLE Board Biography & Qualifying Experience: My name is Amanda Fowler. I grew up in Montana and have lived all around. We moved to Seeley Lake a year and a half ago. I have since...

 

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