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Board of Health revises COVID-19 mitigation requirements

MISSOULA COUNTY - The Missoula City-County Board of Health (MCCHD) unanimously voted to revise their COVID-19 mitigation requirements for restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries and casinos during... Full story

Republican majority in House passes bills restricting abortion, transgender rights

HELENA — In a tense and emotionally charged floor session, the Montana House on Monday passed four bills seeking to curtail abortion access and two that restrict the rights of transgender youth and athletes. In the matters of reproductive health... Full story


SSHS graduate publishes book

WHITEFISH, MONTANA - Children can now learn about Greek and Roman mythology while learning their ABCs thanks to Cassidy Meade's new book, "A is for Athena: The ABCs of Greek and Roman Mythology."...

Board responds to lawsuit, discusses flow of information

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Sewer District Board had its monthly meeting on Jan. 21 when the Board discussed litigation strategy, a change in who qualifies for voting agents in the upcoming bond election and comments made by a Director at another...

Strumpfer joins Highway Patrol

SEELEY LAKE - Mary Strumpfer is taking the streets as Seeley Lake’s new resident trooper for the Montana Highway Patrol. In her new position Strumpfer hopes to bring more traffic safety knowledge to the community especially when the tourism...


Lady Blackhawks soar over Blue Hawks

SEELEY LAKE - The fans were in for a special treat Jan. 22 as the Seeley-Swan Lady Blackhawks took on the Thompson Falls Blue Hawks. Lincoln was originally scheduled but due to a lack of available...

Community Briefs

A virtual program for those with dementia and their caregivers MISSOULA - The Missoula Art Museum is providing a comforting art-viewing and art-making experience for those in the early stages of dementia and their caregivers. A new video is...


Seeley Lake resident reaches new heights

SEELEY LAKE - As part of the last item on her bucket list, resident Dottie Wood, 91, had the opportunity of a lifetime to ride in a hot air balloon free of charge. "It was an experience [...] that I...

Outfitter bill would forever change Montana hunting

Do you hunt with out of state family and friends? Do you hunt private lands without an outfitter or guide? Have you been applying for a Missouri River Breaks or Elkhorns bull tag for every single year? If so, you better pay attention. SB 143,...

Sewer voters need to think critically, not vote out of fear

As reported in the Jan. 21 issue of the Pathfinder, Walt Hill provided “information” to the hospital district directors that involved an assortment of truths, half-truths, distortions and outright false information. It was painful for me as a...

Where is the unity?

Wake up America! Each person that went into our Capitol unlawfully needs to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and jailed. I can only imagine the fear of our elected politicians that had to hide as they feared for their lives. Five...

Stop misinforming sewer voters

Walt Hill’s comments on our Seeley Lake sewer mess would be laughable except for the fact he is a respected community leader. His ignorance of the facts of the case are scary and dangerous. Here are some facts: • Sewer District residents have...

The sewer dilemma, educate yourself

It’s important for residents of Seeley to know the facts to make an appropriate decision for the upcoming sewer bond. There’s a lot of conflicting conversation from a group of residents who have taken it upon themselves to state their opinion...


Thomas Mueller Feb. 29, 1948 – Dec. 7, 2020

I pack no provisions for my long journey – entering emptiness under the midnight moon. Chinese Sage SWAN VALLEY - Thomas entered this life in post-World War II Germany on a leap year day. His... Full story


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