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Articles from the March 14, 2019 edition

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 By Andi Bourne    News    March 14, 2019

Living up to his nickname "Cowboy"

GREENOUGH – With the nickname "cowboy" coined by his mother at age two, Louis Woodrow "Louie" Vero of Greenough had a lot to live up to. Throughout his childhood, Vero learned to rope and ride. His...

 

Swan Valley volunteers recognized

SWAN VALLEY - The Condon Community Church sponsored an appreciation meal on March 9 for the Swan Valley Emergency Service volunteers. According to Pastor Bruce Rippy they "make life easier for us in t...

 

Secret Garden grows in SLE play

SEELEY LAKE – Proud parents, friends and siblings, some carrying flowers, entered the Seeley Lake Elementary gym Friday, March 8. The flowers were in anticipation of congratulating a favorite...

 

It's going to work out

I think it's going to work out I think in the end I'm going to be okay I think this because I know I won't always be happy but I also know I won't always be sad I'm okay with that, in fact I think it'...

 
 By Lee Banville    News    March 14, 2019

Let the Sunshine on government

The students I teach at the University of Montana often show up with a powerful assumption: If there is some piece of information out there, Google can find it. It's an understandable belief for...

 

Warning: Frozen water lines are major problem this time of year

SEELEY LAKE - Numerous Seeley Lake residents, as well as residents in the neighboring towns, have experienced frozen water lines this winter. The Seeley Lake Water District is asking residents to be aware of the temperature of your water and take...

 

Community Foundation awards small grants

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Community Foundation is pleased to announce its 2019 small grant awards, helping six local organizations fund important community projects. The Seeley Lake Community Foundation (SLCF) board of directors awards annual...

 
 By Adam Shaw    Opinion    March 14, 2019

It's high time for us to protect the Blackfoot for future generations

There are rivers and streams every angler holds dear. We wince when their names are mentioned in public, fearing that the word will get out on our secret honey hole and that our next fishing trip will feature fewer trout and more people prodding its...

 
 By Erin Hendel    Opinion    March 14, 2019

Montana's vital conservation fund reauthorized

In late February, the U.S. House of Representatives moved to save the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), approving a sweeping package of public lands bills that includes a measure to permanently reauthorize the program for the first time in...

 

Volunteers needed for lake monitoring program

SWAN VALLEY - Love to spend time on lakes? Interested in water quality? The Northwest Montana Lakes Volunteer Monitoring Network (NWMTLVMN) is looking for people who are interested in lakes to become volunteer monitors. There are currently 41...

 

Alien hacker's tale packs Grizzly Claw

SEELEY LAKE – On the evening of March 9 a crowd of more than 40 people packed into the Grizzly Claw Trading Company for Alpine Artisans' Open Book Club hosting of author Jeremy Smith. The...

 

Budget - Setting the record straight

While it was technically transmittal break, the legislature was still chugging along. Members of Appropriations met and held hearings on all of the sections of the state budget (HB2). The Legislature gets updates on the state’s revenue estimate...

 

Truth or consequences

What is meant by truth or consequences? Well, at one time, this was the title of a game show. The consequences in the game show were fun and humorous. In addition, throughout the centuries...

 
 By Todd Fife    Opinion    March 14, 2019

On becoming merciful

Some things in life should go without saying, but there is always the occasional person who just needs a not-so-subtle reminder. Here are a few examples of what I am talking about. These are actual warning labels: On a propane blowtorch: ‘Never...

 
 By Leia Larsen    News    March 14, 2019

Five to follow: Week of March 11 at the Montana Legislature

HELENA — The transmittal deadline for general bills has passed, meaning most legislation that remains is one step closer to becoming law. It also means work is piling up for lawmakers at the Montana Capitol. They will hear more than 150 bills in...

 

DEQ issues reminders for open burning season

HELENA – Montana’s spring/summer burning season began March 1. Montana Department of Environmental Quality reminds Montanans that only clean, untreated wood and plant material can be burned. Materials prohibited from open burning include: ...

 

Community Briefs

Movie Night at the Barn, March 15 SEELEY LAKE - The 1950’s classic film “Red Skies of Montana” will be shown in the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitor Center Friday evening, March 15 starting at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to the free...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    March 14, 2019

Eagles soar into tournaments

SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley Lake Elementary Eagles girls closed out their regular season on a high note, beating Frenchtown 36-11. Head Coach Brett Haines said it has been a great season and they are...

 

Ensure Medicaid Expansion continues

It’s helpful to be at the same line of work long enough to be able to be proven wrong. I’ve been working with NAMI Montana to improve Montana’s mental illness treatment system for the past ten years. We’ve been really active on the local,...

 

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