Articles from the February 8, 2024 edition

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 By Keely Larson    News    February 8, 2024

Handmade trails, Lack of snow doesn't stop Seeley's Biathlon

Under a sky threatening rain, Chris Lorentz was explaining to some Seeley Lake Elementary students what they were about to do. Tuesday before the Seeley Lake Biathlon on Feb. 3, Lorentz set up...

 
 By Keely Larson    News    February 8, 2024

Glacier Country Tourism hosts public meeting in Seeley, Tourism pros and cons discussed

On Jan. 31, about 30 people including Seeley Lake residents, nonprofit representatives and Missoula County government officials gathered in the cafeteria at Seeley Lake Elementary School to discuss the town's struggles and suggestions regarding touri...

 
 By Jean Pocha    News    February 8, 2024

Antler hunting opening day congestion leads to safety concerns, Vehicle staging no longer allowed

Roadside safety issues are at the core of upcoming changes to opening day for antler hunting. Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (FWP) will be hosting meetings to discuss possible solutions to the...

 

Decisions of State

The State of Montana, through the Department of Natural Resources (DNRC) and Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) approved the Elbow Lake Gravel Pit and Asphalt Plant in 2023. The 20 acre site of the gravel pit on Highway 83 is part of the...

 

Kudos to the sheriffs

Kudos to the sheriffs here in Seeley Lake. Finally cleaning out the riff raff. This town is now a little safer. Now the sheriffs need to go after the speeders. Once they pass the motel going north their speed increases and that's a 35 mph zone. Even...

 

In memory of LuciAnn Manz, age 85, of Seeley Lake

Aug. 17, 1938 - Jan. 21, 2024 LuciAnn C. Manz of Seeley Lake, Montana passed away on Jan. 21, 2024, at Continental Care and Rehabilitation, Butte, Montana of natural causes. She was born on Aug. 17,1938 in Missoula, Montana; the first born of three...

 
 By Jon Bergen    Opinion    February 8, 2024

Identity Matters

I was able to celebrate one year of being in Seeley Lake the first of January. I’m not sure where the year has flown to, but despite my best efforts it has come and gone and though in many ways I am still a stranger here, I am feeling right at...

 

An afternoon remembrance and lesson from a master

Cal Bird stopped by my shop in northern California on a hot midsummer afternoon about 40 years ago. He was on his way to fish Hat Creek and wanted me to come along. If Cal wanted me to go fishing with him, I rarely refused. Cal was old enough to be...

 
 By Keely Larson    News    February 8, 2024

Last week in the season, Seeley basketball looks to District

Before the last week of the regular basketball season, the Seeley-Swan Blackhawks saw victories against Victor and Phillipsburg over the weekend, along with a forfeit for the men's team on Saturday...

 
 By Keely Larson    News    February 8, 2024

Snowball keeps it all local

This year’s Snowball Dinner, a fundraiser for Scenic Montana Trails, was all about local businesses, sponsors, prizes and keeping dollars in the community. “Bottom line is our Snowball was a great success from pretty much every angle,” Tom Stan...

 

Archives

Thirty-five years ago ... Thursday Feb. 9, 1989 Centennial 500 Mushers headed this way Bruce Graham, Seeley Lake, will be one of several mushers competing in the Governor's Cup 500 sled dog race...

 

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