Articles from the February 1, 2024 edition

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 By Keely Larson    News    February 1, 2024

Race to the Sky canceled, Lack of snow leads to third cancellation in the race's 38 years

Montana's Race to the Sky, a sled dog race winding from Lincoln to Condon and back in either 100 or 300 mile distances, has been canceled this year due to lack of snow and out of consideration for...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    February 1, 2024

Senior center to launch website, Looking for sponsors

The Seeley Lake Senior Center (Sela Senci) took a step into the future this month, launching its first-ever website, which organizers hope will bring more attention and fundraising to the center. Senior Center President Debbie Anderson said the...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    February 1, 2024

Fire chief defends himself over Pathfinder story, Talk call numbers

The Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Board heard remarks from its fire chief over a recent Pathfinder story, approved its spending, checked in call numbers and talked about potential grants during its Jan. 16 meeting. Dave Lane, the fire chief, said h...

 
 By Jean Pocha    News    February 1, 2024

Grant proposals to bridge Missoula County, Construction anticipated in 2027

Missoula County is applying for federal grants and seeks public comment in order to replace five weakened and aging bridges in the Blackfoot and Swan Valleys. Construction could begin by 2027 on Boy Scout Bridge, Riverview Drive Bridge, Sunset Hill...

 

Champagne Sunday to headline 2 Valleys Stage residency

Alpine Artisans' 2 Valleys Stage is showcasing the Oregon “Glam Rock” duo, Champagne Sunday, on Sunday, Feb. 4 at 3 p.m. at the Swan Valley Community Hall in Condon. Husband and wife members Jessi and Jared Fredeen tear up stages and crowds...

 
 By Keely Larson    News    February 1, 2024

Blackhawks victorious over Superior Bobcats, Lose to Drummond Trojans

Seeley's men and women's high school basketball teams played against the Drummond Trojans on Friday and the Superior Bobcats on Saturday in away games last weekend. On Friday, the men's team lost to...

 

" … 'Behold, I make all things new.'" (Rv 21:5)

"For as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man … they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day that Noah entered the ark [where just eight were saved as they continued preparations...

 

Firesafe Swan

For time immemorial Indigenous people burned low-intensity fires across this landscape to manage forests for people and wildlife. Wildfire suppression actions over the last 100 plus years have created dense forests with high wildfire risk. Forests...

 

Thank you to the Seeley community from Operation Christmas Child

Generosity throughout Seeley Lake​​​​​ contributed to a successful shoebox gift collection season at drop-off locations for the Samaritan's Purse project Operation Christmas Child. Across the U.S., the project collected 10 million shoebox...

 

Archives: Thirty-five years ago, Thursday Feb. 2, 1989

Rural planning official speaks out Missoula County's future: timber, tourism, or both? Last May 14, the Missoulian featured coverage of the timber industry's Great Northwest Log Haul. Tucked innocentl...

 

Pathfinder welcomes a new editor

I empathize with Mr. Jasper B. Seely and his brother, Elmer. People really like to add an extra “e” in my name, too. According to Cabin Fever: A Centennial Collection of Stories About the Seeley...

 

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