Articles from the January 10, 2019 edition

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 By Nathan Bourne    News    January 10, 2019

Commissioners discuss renewing interlocal agreement

MISSOULA – County Commissioners took up discussion of the interlocal agreement between Missoula County and the Seeley Lake Sewer District at their Jan. 3 administrative meeting. The commissioners expressed concerns about the county’s ability to...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 10, 2019

Timber salvage projects continue despite government shutdown

SEELEY LAKE – As the partial government shutdown runs into its third week, local salvage operations on the Liberty and Rice Ridge fires continue as well as green timber sales on U.S. Forest Service throughout Region 1. While current operations...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 10, 2019

Fun times, good people, great hockey

SEELEY LAKE – With players saying this was the best ice in the last nine years, the USA Hockey sanctioned Seeley Lake Pond Hockey Tournament happened without a hitch this past weekend Jan. 4-6....

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 10, 2019

2019 Pond Hockey Tournament Recap

Team YMV from Helena was back to defend their two-year title in the most competitive league, called Cup this year. After being undefeated in the pool play, the Brown Stars from Portland, Ore. proved...

 

Community Briefs

Snow sculpture deadline extended until Feb. 9 A Seeley Lake Winterfest tradition throughout January is snow sculptures. However, due to the current lack of snow, the Seeley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce extended the snow sculpture competition into...

 

Worn

Coming home always stirs up memories. Traveling down old roads in favorite, familiar places does that. I let my mind run its course through those memories, linger in the dents and curves and worn...

 

Dirty politics is not the way it has to be

I had the honor of serving as Lee Bridges’ campaign manager and the great pleasure of meeting many of you in House District 92 this summer and fall. A scurrilous ad paid for by Mike Davis, slandering Ms. Bridges, was published in The Pathfinder on...

 

Missoula County awards $39,000 in capital and maintenance grants

Residents throughout Missoula County will enjoy much needed upgrades and maintenance to parks, playgrounds and trails – and even a new open-air skating rink – thanks to nearly $39,000 in matching grants awarded by the Parks and Trails Advisory...

 

Council to examine county building code

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Community Council will hold a forum on the building code and permitting process next Monday, Jan. 14 at the Seeley Lake Community Hall.  Klaus von Stutterheim, Council Chair, explained, “over the years we have heard...

 

Looking back at 2018 and the battle against AIS

Let's take a look at what happened across Montana in 2018 in the battle against Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS). More than 100,000 watercraft were inspected at 35 watercraft inspection stations across...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 10, 2019

Coombes family raises $6,000 to purchase CuddleCots

SEELEY LAKE – St. Patrick Hospital now has a CuddleCot™ thanks to Seeley Lake residents Kendra and Jurian Coombes. They have raised more than $6,000 to purchase CuddleCots for both St. Patrick Hos...

 

Summary of Missoula City-County 2018 Community Needs Assessment Online Survey

MISSOULA - Missoula County and the City of Missoula recently distributed their annual online Community Needs Assessment Survey. The purpose of the survey was to examine community perceptions of municipal and county needs pertaining to housing, infras...

 

Early gun bills include proposals for schools, background checks

Montana is home to more than 60 one-room schools, the most of any state. One, the single-room Hi-Line elementary school in Galata, relies on Shelby's police department for protection – but Shelby...

 

Is credit monitoring enough to keep your identity safe? 

Identity theft can be a time-consuming and costly hassle, but there are measures you can take to protect your personal information and avoid the headache. One tool that can help is credit monitoring. But what exactly does credit monitoring do? And mo...

 

Roseles graduates from Montana Youth Challenge Academy

SEELEY LAKE - Moises Roseles of Seeley Lake graduated Dec. 15, 2018 from the Montana Youth Challenge Academy. He is now continuing his education with the Clearfield Utah Job Corp. Roseles is son to... Full story

 

Potomac and Seeley Lake students make UM fall semester Dean's List

MISSOULA –  At the University of Montana, six of the 2,520 students that made the fall semester 2018 Dean’s List or President’s 4.0 List were from Potomac and Seeley Lake. To qualify, students must be undergraduates, earn a semester GPA of...

 

Those were the days (or were they?)

I went out on an icy walk last week. And as I slid around the corner of a meadow, I had a flashback: THIS, HERE was the rock I sat upon, about six months ago, to watch the sun rise on the longest day, the solstice. I felt a bit nostalgic. Those were...

 
 By Nathan Bourne    News    January 10, 2019

Seeley-Swan defeats Lincoln, falls to Charlo

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks and Lady Blackhawks hosted Lincoln Jan. 3 and Charlo Jan. 4. Both the Boys and Ladies easily defeated Lincoln but couldn't overcome the stiff competition from...

 

Solutions rather than rhetoric

If there’s one thing Montanans can unite behind, it’s that we’re sick and tired of self-serving politicians who are all talk, no walk. As the House Minority Leader for the 2019 Legislative Session, I couldn’t agree more. Montana families...

 

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