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  • Helmville ranching family honored with 2022 Regional Environmental Stewardship Award

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Feb 9, 2023

    The Mannix Brothers Ranch, in Helmville, Mont., has been selected as one of seven regional honorees of the Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP). The award, announced during the 2023 Cattle Industry Convention and NBCA Trade Show, recognizes the operation’s outstanding stewardship and conservation efforts. Regional winners will compete for the national award, which will be announced later this year. “The Mannix Brother Ranch is extremely deserving of this award and we [MSGA] are pro...

  • Missoula County distributing free carbon monoxide detectors to the public

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Feb 9, 2023

    Missoula County, with the help of local fire districts and departments, is giving out free carbon monoxide detectors to raise awareness about the dangers of this colorless, odorless gas. Carbon monoxide (CO) can be emitted from furnaces, stoves and water heaters in homes, RVs and mobile homes. Any enclosed space is susceptible to carbon monoxide poisoning, especially during the winter. Carbon monoxide poisoning kills more than 400 Americans each year, and in 2021, more than 17,000 hospital emergency room cases were due to CO poisoning....

  • Department of Livestock recommends cancellation of equine events in Flathead County

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Feb 9, 2023

    Following multiple confirmed cases of equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy (EHM) in Flathead County, the Montana Department of Livestock recommended that horse owners and event coordinators in the Flathead Valley limit travel and cancel events that bring horses from multiple sources together through Feb. 6 and further caution was advised through the month. The recommendation was based on involvement of horses on 3 premises that attended events at two or more event centers in the area. Several horses have been euthanized because of poor...

  • A fight to the end

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Jan 19, 2023

    SEELEY LAKE - The Lady Blackhawks versus Lady Prospectors from Granite High School in Philipsburg was a fair match up on Thursday, Jan. 12, which was evident on the scoreboard the whole game. Granite had a one-point lead at the end of the first quarter, going into a tie of 18 to 18 at the half. But the Lady Blackhawks took the lead in the third, with 28 points on the board and 24 points for Granite. In the end, the Lady Blackhawks were victorious, with 40-38 over the Lady Pro...

  • New publisher named for Mullen Newspapers

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Jan 19, 2023

    Victoria Howell has been named publisher of four Mullen Newspapers-owned papers: the Bitterroot Star, the Philipsburg Mail, the Seeley Swan Pathfinder and the Silver State Post. Howell joined the Mullen Newspapers team in 2021 as editor of the Bitterroot Star. Prior to that, she and her husband Michael owned and operated the Star for 35 years before selling it to Jesse Mullen in 2020. The Howells founded the Star in 1985 and grew it from a tiny paper that covered only Stevensville news to a 7000...

  • MacKenzie named Flathead National Forest Deputy Forest Supervisor

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Dec 22, 2022

    KALISPELL - The Flathead National Forest has announced the selection of Tami MacKenzie as Deputy Forest Supervisor. MacKenzie started her career on the Flathead National Forest as a wildland firefighter in 1998 while attending the University of Montana. She worked in wildland fire until 2006 when she accepted a position in environmental planning where she held various positions between the Flathead National Forest and the Regional Office for the next 14 years. In 2020, she became the Forest Public Affairs Officer and member of the Forest...

  • Pathfinder owners make Kansas publication purchase

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Dec 22, 2022

    KANSAS - Steve and Cynthia Haynes sold Nor'West Publishing/Haynes Newspapers on Dec. 1, 2022, 42 years to the day after they purchased their first newspaper. Brothers Jesse and Lloyd Mullen, owners of Mullen Newspaper Company, and the new owners of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder newspaper, worked with Haynes to acquire one daily newspaper, one twice weekly, four weekly newspapers, and a market shopper product. The publications are based in Northwest Kansas. Jesse is the Chief Executive Officer of...

  • Seeley Lake youth one of 21 students nominated in the state

    For the Seeley Swan Pathfinder|Dec 15, 2022

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - Owen Hoag, of Seeley-Swan High School, was announced as one of the 21 students in Montana nominated by U.S. Senator Jon Tester to the country’s four prestigious military service academies. Owen is nominated to the U.S. Military Academy. The announcement was made in a press release on Thursday, Dec. 8, noting that Owen is captain of the football team and a track and field 200-meter dash state champion. He is also a junior member of Seeley-Swan Search and Rescue, a student trustee for the Missoula County Public Schools Board, a...

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