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Articles from the February 13, 2020 edition

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 By Andi Bourne    News    February 13, 2020

Man recovered from vehicle in Salmon Lake

SEELEY LAKE – Just after 4:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10 a vehicle was reported sinking into the northern portion of Salmon Lake near the open water. A certified diver with the Missoula County Sheriff's...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    February 13, 2020

Celebrating 10 years of cultural immersion

SEELEY LAKE – "Ten years ago, I and a handful of other students headed to Ecuador. We didn't realize that we were starting something that would last much longer than our time at Seeley-Swan High...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    February 13, 2020

Runaway win in 35th annual 300 mile Race to the Sky

SEELEY LAKE – The Montana's Race to the Sky came through Seeley Lake this weekend after the 35th anniversary start in Lincoln at 1 p.m. Saturday. Seeley Lake's Jessie Royer and her J Team won the...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    February 13, 2020

Smiles and laughter make winter a little brighter

SEELEY LAKE – More than 100 people came out to ice skate and play in the snow Saturday, Feb. 8 for the Seeley Lake Elementary Winterfest. The enthusiasm was tangible as children of all ages and...

 

A note of sincere gratitude and appreciation

Jade Green and Lowell Grosvold passed away on Jan. 1, 2020. The families of the late Lowell Grosvold and Jade Green, wish to extend our sincere thanks for your many kindnesses, and for the condolences and support that we have received. We also send...

 

Trusting the collective voice of our SLE teachers

SEELEY LAKE - In July of 2017, a group of dedicated, experienced teachers at Seeley Lake Elementary rightfully brought the alarming deficiencies of the previous superintendent to the attention of the School Board. They received little support from...

 
 By Jim Quinn    Opinion    February 13, 2020

Swan Valley is a critical linkage for wolverine

SWAN VALLEY - I would like to call attention to an article from the August 2019 issue of National Geographic Magazine “As wolverines battle to survive, warming poses a threat.” The article discusses the wolverine that survive in the lower 48...

 

Historical preservation grants available

During the 2019 Legislature, Gov. Steve Bullock, legislators and Montanans across the Treasure State worked tirelessly to keep history alive in a variety of ways. Senate Bill 338, also known as the Montana Museums Act, is best known for providing a...

 

Are we obsessed with firearms?

Americans are accused by many as having an obsession with firearms. If this is true, why is it? Let's assume for a moment it is true. Maybe it is because we are much more closely tied to our frontier...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    February 13, 2020

Local organizations among large applicant pool for RTP grants

HELENA – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) is seeking public comment on proposed Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant applications for the current grant cycle which closed Jan. 31. Among the applicants are the Seeley Lake Driftriders,...

 

County Attorney's Office 2019 snapshot

2019 was a busy year for both the civil and criminal divisions of the Missoula County Attorney's Office. On Jan. 1, I began my second four-year term as the chief elected prosecutor. Throughout the...

 

Browder announces candidacy for HD92

SEELEY LAKE - Seeley Lake resident Tom Browder has announced his candidacy for Montana House District 92 on the Democratic ticket. Tom grew up in western Montana where he enjoyed fishing, hunting and...

 

Chronic wasting disease creating 'new reality' in Montana

The prevalence of chronic wasting disease in Montana has created "a new reality" for hunters and wildlife managers, just two years after it was first detected in the state. An extensive program of...

 

Nominees sought for Montana Heritage Keeper awards

The Montana Historical Society is seeking nominations for people and organizations whose exemplary commitment to identifying and preserving our historical and cultural heritage makes them eligible for the Heritage Keeper Awards. Up to three people...

 

Phil Parker

MISSOULA - Phil Parker, 34, of Missoula passed on Feb. 5, 2020 in a single car vehicle accident. Phil lived in Missoula with his family for a few years when the family then moved to Seeley Lake where... Full story

 

Fix your eyes

Especially after the loss of a loved one, our thoughts are often directed to the brevity of life here on earth. As I advance in age, time seems to rush by faster & faster each year. Surely, we all need to be very aware that are days are numbered...

 

Seeley-Swan victorious over Drummond and Lincoln

SEELEY LAKE – The Lady Blackhawks and Blackhawks defeated the Trojans of Drummond on the road Feb. 7 and Lincoln Lynx at home Feb. 8. The Lady Blackhawks put Drummond down early, outscoring them...

 

Community Briefs

Movie night at the barn, Feb. 15 SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley Lake Historical Society will be presenting “The Hanging Tree” Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Seeley Lake Historic Museum and Visitors Center. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie starts a...

 
 By Mark Muir    Opinion    February 13, 2020

Public Safety in jeopardy with Large tax cuts.

For communities and businesses to prosper, they must be safe. From the 9-1-1 call through to the arrest, conviction and incarceration of felony offenders, Montana citizens rely on state funded public safety and justice programs to support that goal.... Full story

 

Fight socialism with ideas, not bullets

At the recent Montana Republican Kickoff, something very strange happened. A GOP legislator from Billings suggested that he ought to be shot. Representative Rodney Garcia dropped a stink bomb in the middle of the gathering by insisting that it is...

 

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