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 By Pathfinder    News    January 21, 2016

Missoula County Seeking Election Judges

MISSOULA - Missoula County is seeking civically engaged and interested community members to serve as one of 800 election judges for the 2016 election year. This is a paid public service position that serves voters on Election Day. Missoula County is...

 By Pathfinder    News    January 7, 2016

Superintendent Juneau Releases Smarter Balanced Scores, Cuts Standardized Testing Time

HELENA – Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau announced public high school juniors will no longer be required to take the annual Smarter Balanced assessment. Instead they will take...

 By Pathfinder    News    January 7, 2016

NFPA Urges Timely Disposal of Christmas Trees

SEELEY LAKE - With the holiday now behind us, the tree is swiftly losing its coat of green, and the needles are piling up on the floor, which means it’s time to remove the tree from your home. One option to dispose of trees for valley residents is...

 By Pathfinder    News    December 31, 2015

Moore Won't Run for Third Term for HD 92

MISSOULA - Representative David "Doc" Moore of House District 92 (HD 92) has decided not to run for a third term in the Montana House of Representatives. He stated that he has really enjoyed...

 By Pathfinder    News    December 31, 2015

Thane Comments on Hellgate Data Breach - Oliver Resigns

MISSOULA - Missoula County Public Schools (MCPS) Superintendent Mark Thane spoke in a news conference Dec. 15 about the unintentional data breach that occurred from the Hellgate High School administrative offices on Friday, Dec. 4. LMG Security...

 By Pathfinder    News    December 3, 2015

Lions Provide Holiday Food Baskets

SEELEY LAKE - It's getting to be that time of year again as Christmas fast approaches. Each year Seeley Lake Lions Club distributes Holiday Food Baskets to area families in need of help, providing a...


Morrell Falls National Recreation Trail #30

Length: 2.7 miles one way Elevation: Trailhead: 4,730 feet; Falls: 4,840 feet; Highest Point: 4,880 feet Usage: Heavy: Hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding allowed. No motorized use except... Full story


Rumble Creek Lakes

Length: 2 to 3 miles to Lower Rumble Creek Lake and another 1/2 mile to a mile to Upper Rumble Creek Lake. Distance varies with route. Elevation: Trailhead at 4,800 feet; Lower Rumble Creek Lake -... Full story


Lake Dinah: Trail No. 12

Length: 2 miles one way Elevation: Lake Elsina – 6,320 feet; Pass – 6,680 feet; Lake Dinah – 6,480 feet. Directions: To arrive at the trailhead at Lake Elsina, follow Montana Highway 83 to mile... Full story


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