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 By Submitted    News    March 17, 2016

UNBRANDED - 3000 miles, 16 wild horses, Mexico to Canada

SWAN VALLEY – There will be a free film showing of “Unbranded,” Saturday, March 19, 7 p.m. at Condon Community Hall, presented by Alpine Artisans, Crown Community Cinema series. Unbranded is the story of four young cowboys, just out of college...

 

Council's Traffic Project Gets Support from Commissioners for Seasonal Implementation

SEELEY LAKE - In a letter to the Missoula office of the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), the three County Commissioners urged adoption of the Seeley Lake Council’s Traffic Plan on a seasonal basis. The Council’s Traffic Project resulte...

 

SLCF Announces Small Grant Recipients

SEELEY LAKE — The Seeley Lake Community Foundation (SLCF) is proud to announce its small grant awards for the cycle ending Jan. 31. The next funding cycle ends June 30. The SLCF is a locally driven and locally supported foundation that invests in...

 

Water Rate Increase Effective May 1

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Water District would like to give advance notice to our customers that as of May 1, 2016 we will be implementing a five percent rate increase. The increase is limited to the base fee and the water fee portions of your...

 

Zoning, Drew Creek Park Sale at Next Council Meeting

SEELEY LAKE - Zoning and the proposed sale of Drew Creek Park will be the main topics at the next Seeley Lake Community Council (SLCC) meeting Monday, March 14. The informal part of the meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Seeley Lake Historical...

 

Common Buckthorn Causes Problems in Missoula County

In 2015, common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) became the first county listed noxious weed in Missoula County. The process involved with listing common buckthorn began early in the year when an application form was sent to local land managers...

 

Commissioner Bob Lake Launches Campaign for Re-election to the Montana PSC

HELENA— Commissioner Bob Lake, R-Hamilton, officially filed for re-election to the Montana Public Service Commission (PSC) Wednesday, seeking to represent the people of District 4 for a second term. Following 38 years in the private sector,...

 

Gladstone Receives National Award

SEELEY LAKE - First Peoples Fund, a national organization supporting Native American artists, has named Jack Wallace Gladstone of East Glacier, Mont. as one of seven recipients of the 2016 Jennifer...

 

Mike Hopkins Files in House District 92

MISSOULA - Mike Hopkins from Missoula has filed to run as a Republican for House District 92. House District 92 includes the areas surrounding Seeley Lake, Bonner, Potomac, Condon, East Missoula and...

 

SSHS Recognizes Seniors

SEELEY LAKE - Seeley-Swan High School (SSHS) recognized their senior basketball athletes along with their families at the last Blackhawks home game of the season Saturday, Feb. 13 against...

 

Sitting District Court Judge Karen Townsend Files for Re-Election

MISSOULA - On the first eligible day to file as a candidate for this year's elections, current District Court Judge Karen Townsend has paid her filing fee and submitted her paperwork to the Secretary...

 
 By Submitted    News    December 10, 2015

Marx Announces Candidacy for State Legislature

MISSOULA – Addrien Marx, a longtime businesswoman and resident of Seeley Lake, has announced her run for the Montana State Legislature. She is running to represent the citizens of House District...

 
 By Submitted    News    December 10, 2015

Long-Term Highway Bill Provides Support for Critical Missoula Infrastructure Projects

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator Steve Daines hailed last week’s passage of a multi-year highway bill, noting that the bipartisan legislation provides critical support for more than 420 infrastructure projects across Montana. The bill allocates more...

 

Conserving Vital Ground for Grizzlies

Last month's shooting of a male grizzly bear along Highway 83 north of Seeley Lake is just one example of how catastrophic a season it's been for bears in the Northwest. The drought-stricken region...

 

Commissioners Praise Council's Traffic Study

SEELEY LAKE - The Missoula County Commissioners strongly endorsed the Seeley Lake Community Council’s (SLCC) traffic study last week. The 119-page document, which the SLCC submitted to the Commissioners in October, was the result of a two-year effo...

 

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