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Articles from the March 16, 2023 edition

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New mother recovering after month-long ICU stay

Paige Paffhausen, from Seeley Lake, recently underwent a serious health scare and spent a month in the intensive care unit. Paffhausen gave birth to her daughter on Dec 15, 2022. She and her husband M...


Public comment period opens on gravel project near Elbow Lake

The Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is seeking public comment on an aggregate take and remove permit application to mine, crush, and remove aggregate (gravel) on approximately 21... Full story


Seeley-Swan High School senior Owen Hoag prepares for West Point

In December of 2022, Seeley-Swan High School senior Owen Hoag was nominated for The U.S. Military Academy at West Point by Senator Jon Tester. Tester nominated Hoag based on his academic...


T-Ball and baseball signups open for spring season

An unofficial baseball club has formed in the Seeley Lake region and signups are currently open for kids interested in the four age groups. The unofficially named “Blackfoot League” is a collection of amateur baseball clubs in the scattered...


Suspected robbery attempt still under investigation

An investigation into a suspected attempted robbery at the Citizens Alliance Bank in Seeley Lake last month is still open.  Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Jeannette Smith stated that deputies responded to a criminal...


Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, As more information has come to light through the efforts of Save Holland Lake, a few key pieces of the puzzle have fallen into place. I’ve been pondering why the Flathead National Forest (FNF) would push such a widely unpopular...


Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log

March 2-8 3/3, Medical, Spruce Dr 3/3, Medical, Whitetail Dr 3/4, Medical, Snowmass Dr 3/6, Medical, Elm Dr 6/7, Medical, Boy Scout Rd... Full story


Missoula County Sheriff's Log

March 2-8 3/2, 6:36 p.m., Highway 200 East, Disturbance 3/2, 6:54 p.m., 5xx Whitetail Drive, Accident-No Injury 3/4, 12:17 p.m., 28xx Highway 83. Suspicious Activity 3/6, 1:39 p,m., 6xx Grizzly... Full story


Kenneth Lewis Ashcroft, 1990 - 2023

Kenneth Lewis Ashcroft, 32, of Seeley Lake, passed away suddenly, unexpectedly and certainly without permission, in his home on Friday, March 3rd.  Kenny was taken from us much too soon.  He was bor... Full story

 By Ryan Dailey    Opinion    March 16, 2023

Whom Shall I Send?

scribes his calling this way: "And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, 'Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?' Then I said, 'Here I am! Send me.'" (Isaiah 6:8) The immediate answer by Isaiah... Full story



Pathfinder Archives, March 16, 2023 1988 Local Skiers Compete In Yellowstone Rendezvous On March 5th, the final marathon in this area began with a mass start of 334 cross-country skiers competing in the 50-kilometer and 25-kilometer races. There...


March an important month for MAS

Missoula Aging Services (MAS) announced today that it will be participating in the 21st annual March for Meals – a month-long, nationwide celebration of both Meals on Wheels and our older neighbors who rely on this essential service to remain...


Applications now accepted for YCC

The Flathead National Forest is accepting applications for our 2023 Flathead Youth Conservation Corps. (YCC) program – a conservation and education work-based program for youth between the ages of... Full story

 By Jean Pocha    News    March 16, 2023

Poet Laureate shares at Open Book Club

Montana's 2021-2023 Poet Laureate Mark Gibbons spoke and read from, "In The Weeds," his latest anthology of poems, Saturday, February 25 at Alpine Artisans Open Book Club. The Poet Laureate is an hono...

 By Eric Dietrich    News    March 16, 2023

Montana's housing puzzle at the legislative halftime

Lawmakers have advanced several bills aimed at making at least a dent in the challenges facing renters and aspiring homebuyers. Here’s where things stand as of early March There’s broad bipartisan agreement in the Montana Capitol that rising... Full story

 By Matt Volz    News    March 16, 2023

An end to SNAP emergency allotments hurting rural communities in Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, among others

ELKO, Nev. - On a cold morning in early February, Tammy King prepared and loaded boxes and bags of vegetables, fruits, milk, frozen meat, and snacks into cars lined up outside the Friends in Service... Full story


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