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Articles from the January 17, 2019 edition

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 By Andi Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Foundation receives nearly $11,500 for new welcome sign

HELENA, Mont. – Seeley Lake was among 26 Montana towns that received grants from the Department of Commerce to help them attract visitors to their communities. Funds totaling $829,644 will be awarded through the Tourism Grant Program at the...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Reaching out to kids in need

SEELEY LAKE – The Loesch family was sad to read the Christmas wish list for children at the Watson Children's Shelter in Missoula. "They weren't asking for toys," said mother Jean Loesch. "They were...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Plan for the best, train for the worst

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley-Swan Search and Rescue took their training down to Salmon Lake for the earliest cold water training they have ever had Jan. 12. While they have yet to use the annual training du...

 

Not a hero...

SWAN VALLEY – "I just want to say I am not a hero," Swan Valley resident Marc White stated in an interview to discuss his military service, which included participation in Desert Storm. "I'm just a...

 

Clear as mud: Antibiotic stewardship in dentistry

As the marvels of antibiotics became known and their use grew, our understanding of their limitations did as well. Through decades of antibiotic overuse we are now seeing the rise of super bacteria,...

 

Negotiating

Negotiating means that two or more people meet in open discussion and eventually settle on agreeable terms for a particular arrangement. Negotiations are not new. Throughout history, people have...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Snowmobile trail closures implemented

SEELEY LAKE – With the salvage logging activity on the Rice Ridge fire scar on the east side of Highway 83, the two main snowmobile trails from the Seeley Creek trailhead, Seeley - Monture and West...

 
 By Carol Brodie    News    January 17, 2019

Open Book Club presents Allen Morris Jones Jan. 19

SEELEY LAKE - Bozeman author Allen Morris Jones will read from his book "A Bloom of Bones" Saturday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Grizzly Claw Trading Co. His visit launches the 2019 Open Book Club...

 
 By Sigrid Olson    News    January 17, 2019

Potomac Dodgeball coming soon

POTOMAC - A double elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be held at the Potomac/Greenough Community Center Feb. 2 starting at 10 a.m.  This event is a fundraiser to help the Potomac eighth grade...

 
 By Loren Rose    Opinion    January 17, 2019

Maintaining healthy forests and clean water is a logging requirement

All of us see logging trucks going through town, know folks working in the woods and see active logging around Seeley Lake. Reactions to active or recent logging are varied, depending on the experiences of the person reacting and the prescription bei...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Driftriders focus grooming trail efforts

SEELEY LAKE – Despite the salvage logging activities on the Seeley-Monture and West Morrell trails and significantly less snow than last year, the Seeley Lake Driftriders have been out keeping the...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Enjoying the fruits of his labor

SEELEY LAKE – From Duke Ellington and Miles Davis to original arrangements, University of Montana Jazz combos "Boyd A" and "Boyd B" dazzled the audience with their improvisation Sunday, Jan. 13 as...

 

Reorganizing and getting back to work

HELENA - The Legislative Session is up and running here in Helena. The first week is usually fairly calm as all of the individual committees organize themselves and legislators begin putting text to their bills and start getting them scheduled for...

 

January is Radon Awareness Month

 HELENA – Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless radioactive gas that comes from the natural breakdown of uranium, a natural element in rocks, soil and water. Radon can enter and accumulate in...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Seeley-Swan High School tops graduation rate for MCPS

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley-Swan High School rises to the top in the recent report released by the Montana Office of Public Instruction. Of the four Missoula County Public High Schools, SSHS’s...

 

Earl Clain Stuart 1936 - 2019

SEELEY LAKE - Earl was born May 23, 1936 to Tom and Dora Stuart in American Falls, Idaho. He went to heaven Jan. 10 in Bigfork, Mont. at the Lakeview Care Center, with his wife and family at his...

 

Do we and are we remembering Christ in Christmas?

We just got done celebrating Christmas. Did we have the true meaning of Christmas this year? Here is something that we might consider throughout the year and prepare ourselves for next year. In homes throughout the modern world, stockings are still...

 
 By Nathan Bourne    News    January 17, 2019

Packed week for Blackhawks

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks and Lady Blackhawks had a busy week hosting Granite Jan 8, traveling to Darby Jan. 11 and they were back at home Jan. 12 to take on Victor. The Boys defeated...

 

Community Briefs

Handbell Choir asks for table and pad return SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley-Swan Mountain Bells handbell choir had a table, a table pad and a bell go missing last spring from the Seeley Lake Elementary music room.  The choir was very grateful to...

 

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