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Articles from the April 19, 2018 edition

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 By Andi Bourne    News    April 19, 2018

Scientists Take Steps Towards a Cure for DIPG with Trevinos' Help

SEATTLE, WASH. - "I had never, at any point in my medical training, sat in a room where at the same time you tell a patient they have a diagnosis, you also tell them they will definitively die from...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    April 19, 2018

More than 40 Years of Taking Care of Customers, One Line at A Time

SEELEY LAKE - Being a phone man has been in Randy Teague's blood his entire life. After working for Blackfoot for more than 40 years, Teague said he has seen the birth of the Internet, services...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    April 19, 2018

Candidates Vie for Votes

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Community Council hosted two candidate forums, April 9 and 11, at the Seeley Lake Community Hall. Candidates for national, state, county and local races answered...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    April 19, 2018

Recent Terminations and Turmoil Dominates Fire Candidate Forum

Seeley Lake Rural Fire District (Non-partisan: 2, 3-year terms): Incumbents Connie Clark and Gary Lewis and candidates Mark Kues, Shawn Ellinghouse and Alyssa McLean are running for two, three-year...

 
 By Nathan Bourne    News    April 19, 2018

Funding Questions Top-of-Mind for Audience at Sewer Forum

Seeley Lake Sewer District (Non-partisan: 3, 4-year terms): Incumbents Mark Butcher, Mike Lindemer and Robert (Bob) Skiles along with candidates Juli Cole, Beth Hutchinson and Troy Spence are running...

 

Love

Love is, Love, Faith, Happiness, Friends, Family, And freedom. For Love is like money, not everyone has it....

 

Welcome Candidates!

SEELEY LAKE - Last week Seeley Lake hosted two candidate forums at our Community Hall. The Seeley Lake Community Council offered a great service for the community and they did it very professionally. One of Klaus von Stutterheim’s super powers is...

 

Sewer Board and Data by the Numbers

Current Seeley Lake Sewer Board: Males - 100%, Females - 0%, Business Owners - 100%, Wage Earners - 0%, Fixed Income/Retired - 0%, High Value Property Ownership - 100%, Apparent Need for Sewer - 100%, Relevant Training/Background - 40% Flexibility...

 

Vote for Incumbents Gary Lewis and Connie Clark

SEELEY LAKE - First, thank you to all our VOLUNTEERS for their time in training and responding to the needs of the community! I am honored to support the incumbents for Fire District Board of Trustees. I have known both Gary Lewis and Connie Clark...

 
 By Jean Curtiss    Opinion    April 19, 2018

Curtiss Brings Experience and Common Sense to Commissioner Race

I am running for Missoula County Commissioner because my experience and common sense leadership are needed now more than ever. I have a passion for Missoula County.  I was born in Missoula and raised on a farm in the Swan. I graduated from...

 

Vote for Josh Slotnick June 5

MISSOULA - We are writing to support Josh Slotnick’s bid for County Commissioner. Thirty-five years ago, we were transplants to Montana. We came initially for the reasons many do: easy access to unadulterated wilderness and the beauty of...

 

Sewer Board Incumbents Most Knowledgeable, Best Choice for District

SEELEY LAKE - We chose to move to Seeley Lake for the beauty of the mountains, the lakes and streams, the critters, the snow…The small town. Back then, the sewer, “to be or not to be,” was a topic of discussion – and it still is 16 years...

 

A Challenge to Maintain Respect for All Candidates

SEELEY LAKE - Dr. Stephen Covey, author of "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People," accurately stated about the profession of law enforcement, "Service, justice and fundamental fairness - these...

 

McDermott Committed to Fair and Ethical Campaign

My re-election campaign for Sheriff is committed to fair and ethical campaigns and behaviors. We are firmly opposed to the type of behavior Mr. Wafstet has indicated in his emails, by any supporter of any candidate running for any political office....

 
 By Marcy Allen    Opinion    April 19, 2018

Curtiss Listens to New Ideas, Seeks Long-term Solutions

In my role as Executive Director of BREDD, a regional economic development organization, I had the privilege of working alongside of Commissioner Jean Curtiss for 10 years on economic development issues facing Missoula County. During this time, Jean...

 

Slotnick – Visionary Leader to Help Missoula County Grow into the Future

MISSOULA - I design projects to restore degraded ecosystems and often catch myself asking, “What were they thinking?” Short-sighted needs for economic growth blinded previous generations to the long-term consequences their actions would have on...

 

A Concern About the Confucius Institute at the University of Montana

China has been funding Confucius Institutes (CI) language programs under the communist regime's Ministry of Education since 2004, in which it forms partnerships with American universities. There are currently 103 branches on campuses across the U.S....

 

Psychology of Time

Time has long been a mystery. What is it? How does it influence us? Why does it exist? One of the most important questions is: How does it change? As we get older, we all experience time passing more...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    April 19, 2018

Trail Grooming Season Ends – Driftriders Pleased with Season

SEELEY LAKE – "The groomer is out," was Bruce Friede's response this winter when people from Double Arrow Ranch said they saw flashing lights in the darkness on the hillside across the valley....

 
 By Josh Clark    News    April 19, 2018

Clark Announces Run for Missoula County Sheriff

MISSOULA - My name is Josh Clark. I am a Democratic candidate running for Missoula County Sheriff and Coroner. On Monday, April 9th, I participated in a candidate forum at the Seeley Lake Community...

 

Handbell Equipment Missing – Choir Asks for Return

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Mountain Bells is a local handbell choir. They have had several pieces of equipment walk away since we resumed practices in late January. First was a six-foot folding...

 

Flathead National Forest Spring Prescribed Fire Projects

SWAN VALLEY - The Flathead National Forest is planning to conduct spring prescribed fire projects, when weather, fuel conditions and air quality become favorable. Smoke will be visible from various places in the Flathead Valley depending on the...

 
 By Michael Greer    News    April 19, 2018

Great Progress Being Made Despite Allegations, Confusion and Misinformation

This article is going to be lengthy but I believe important and necessary. There has been an exceptional amount of confusion and misinformation concerning happenings within the Seeley Lake Fire Department over the previous months as well as accusatio...

 
 By Nathan Bourne    News    April 19, 2018

Blackhawks Face Stiff Competition

MISSOULA - The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks came up against competition from all classes of schools including several Class AA schools last week. They started the week in Corvallis April 10 and then headed...

 
 By A. Lee Boman    Opinion    April 19, 2018

Hiking Time!

From the Introduction to 100 Classic Hikes MONTANA, by Douglas Lorain: "If you mention Montana to an avid hiker living almost anywhere else in the United States, the reaction is usually a big smile,...

 

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