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Articles from the January 26, 2023 edition

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Foster grandparent program ends, opens new opportunities

SEELEY LAKE - Pearl Hawkins was devastated when she learned Missoula Aging Services was discontinuing the Foster Grandparent program Jan. 31. Now 80-years-old, Hawkins was the longest-serving MAS fost...

 
 By Jean Pocha    News    January 26, 2023

Seeley Reads challenge promoted via biweekly podcast

SEELEY LAKE - Seeley Reads is a biweekly podcast hosted by Carrie Benton, Seeley-Swan High School (SSHS) library tech and Haley Haines, SSHS Paraprofessional & Family Resource Coordinator. The pod...

 

No response on anticipated MDP for Holland Lake Lodge

Members of the Save Holland Lake Lodge group have requested any new information related to a special use application, master development plan or proposal to expand Holland Lake Lodge - but a spokesperson for POWDR Corporation says there is nothing...

 

Strong start for Seeley Lake Nordic ski racers

On Saturday, Jan. 7, Seeley Lake Nordic skiers participated in their first race of the season - The Glacier Glide in Whitefish, Montana. After only one week of practice, the racers dove in, with two...

 

Six steps to kick-start your small business in 2023

Making predictions is never easy, especially for small business owners and their managers. Unlike their larger counterparts, small firms do not always have the resources necessary to monitor and adapt to new consumer trends and/or changes in the...

 
 By Gary Swant    Opinion    January 26, 2023

Barred Owl – One cool bird!

I know that all owls are cool and most people like them, even if they can't identify them.  There are many books just on owls of North America, and there is even a Facebook group called Owls of...

 
 By Tom Beers    News    January 26, 2023

Storytelling 2023: Why did we come here and why do we stay?

SEELEY LAKE - We had our last storytelling in mid-June of 2022.  We are exceedingly pleased with last year’s events and hope you were pleased as well. Our goal, as always, is finding common values. Last year, over 40 participants told their...

 

Community Briefs

Handbell Choir Recruiting Members SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Mountain Bells handbell choir is recruiting members.  The choir is a local community handbell choir that participates in several local events throughout the year.  The choir practices...

 

Lolo National Forest invites public participation as Forest Plan Revision Begins

The Lolo National Forest and Plan Revision Team will start the new year by launching a series of public engagement opportunities to share information on the Revision process and to invite input on key topics.  “We are looking forward to the next...

 

Mary Caroline Holmes, 1929 - 2023

Mary Holmes passed away peacefully on January 1st, 2023 at North Idaho Hospice with her daughter, Carolyn Holmes and husband, Ron Wooley, and eldest son Hank Holmes by her side. Mary graduated from... Full story

 

I Ride Seeley Lake

People want to grow old in their community and the home they love, but getting the care they need can be a challenge in our beautiful, rugged, rural corner of the county.  Nationwide, an estimated...

 

Giving thanks

SEELEY LAKE - Citizens Alliance Bank presented the Seeley Swan Community Food Bank with a check for nearly $975. This amount was donated to match what was collected from Citizens Alliance Bank...

 

Seeley-Swan sends Pirates home empty handed

SEELEY LAKE - Seeley-Swan defended their home court from the Victor Pirates Jan. 22. The Lady Blackhawks wasted no time keeping the Pirates at bay outscoring them 18-3 in the first quarter and finishe...

 

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