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Articles from the March 1, 2023 edition

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A well-played season

Last weekend the Blackhawks boy's basketball season came to an end after losing 38-43 against the Drummond Trojans in game two of the District 13-C finals. But despite not making it all the way to Div...

 By Jean Pocha    News    March 1, 2023

Mystery of the floating lantern with heartfelt message, solved

The creator of a floating lantern that descended into a Seeley Lake yard after Christmas has come forward, solving a local mystery. Nine-year-old Amelia Walter and her family contacted the Pathfinder by email after a story on the lantern appeared in...

 By Gwyneth Hyndman    News    March 1, 2023

Metcalfe begins new role as editor at the Seeley Swan Pathfinder

The Seeley Swan Pathfinder has a new editor transitioning into the newspaper this winter. Asa Thomas Metcalfe, a recent graduate of the University of Montana School of Journalism, grew up in Proctor, Vt. - a town that is about the same size as Seeley... Full story


Three months into 2023, I'm ready to make a resolution

Many years ago Dick Geary told me that I’d always have a horse when I wanted to take an afternoon off and go for a ride. Dick and I never met in person. We communicated through weekly check-in emails and our columns. Both of us were bound to...


Op-Ed: Providing financial relief to Montanans

Republicans' number one goal this legislative session has been to provide financial relief to Montanans struggling with Joe Biden's inflation and the high cost of living. An early, priority package...

 By Alpine Artists    News    March 1, 2023

Celtic band returns for Swan Valley concert

Celebrate an early St. Patty's Day with the internationally renowned Celtic band Men of Worth on Sunday, March 5, 3 pm at the Swan Valley Community Hall. A program of Alpine Artisans' 2 Valleys...


Upcoming Events

Fridays, March 3-April 7, 6:00 p.m., Mountain Lakes Presbyterian Church, 406-677-3575 Soup and Story, Lenten Suppers Come join us for soup and stories. All are welcome. Fridays at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, March 4, 5:00 p.m., CRC Office, Bison and Bear, ht...


A house divided

"Any Kingdom divided against itself will be ruined, and a house divided against itself will fall." Luke 11:17 Starting with the civil war and everything going on in America these days has this country... Full story

 By Luke Lamar    Opinion    March 1, 2023

The Largest Wetland Restoration Project in Montana's History

Back in 2015, Swan Valley Connections (SVC) had been contracted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to conduct vegetation surveys and create a map of vegetative communities across the entire 1,979-acre Swan River National Wildlife Refuge...



1988 Neighborhood Watch Organized Seeley Lake businessmen are organizing a Neighborhood Watch program and will meet on March 9, 7:30 p.m. at Barney's Bar & Cafe to discuss ways to implement the pr...


Missoula County Sheriff's Log

Missoula County Sheriff's Log February 16-22 02/16, 10:03 a.m., 10xx Tamarack Drive, Suspicious Activity 02/16, 4:07 p.m., 31xx Highway 83, Disorderly Conduct 02/16, 4:56 p.m., Highway 83,... Full story


Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log

Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log February 16-22 2/15/2023, Medical, Pine Dr 2/16/2023, Accident-Injury, 6 MM/Hwy 83 2/16/2023, Medical, Grays Mill Rd 2/17/2023, Medical, Riverview Dr 2/20/2023, Medical, White Tail Dr... Full story

 By Andi Bourne    News    March 1, 2023

Lady Blackhawk signs with Carroll College

SEELEY LAKE - "Dani is now one of seven percent," said Seeley-Swan High School Head Volleyball Coach Janelle Greenwood. "In the nation, only seven percent of high school athletes play at the next...

 By Erich Dietrich    News    March 1, 2023

Bill would let cities tax Airbnbs to subsidize long-term rentals

By Eric Dietrich Montana Free Press Housing affordability advocates are working to drum up support in the Montana Capitol for a pair of bills that would put state resources into supporting the... Full story

 By Caven Wade    News    March 1, 2023

Water to play a big part in "Red Tape Relief" initiative at Legislature

UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism HELENA – The laws that regulate water, arguably Montana’s most valuable natural resource, are complex and tied to nearly every industry in the state, so when lawmakers gather... Full story


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