Articles from the June 15, 2023 edition

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Seeley-Swan High School class of 2023 graduates

The senior class of Seeley-Swan High School filed into the auditorium for their last ever school assembly on Sunday June 4. The school band played pomp and circumstance from the corner while the rows...


Democracy project leads to new school sign

Over the past several years Trace Stone, the U.S. government teacher at Seeley-Swan High School (SSHS), has been looking at the school sign every morning and thinking of ways to improve it. This year...


Fighting for MT Public Schools

Fighting for MT Public Schools Every parent remembers the day we took our child to their first day of school. It pulls at your heartstrings. Fortunately, in Montana, we knew our children were in good... Full story


Personal Sentiment V The Constitution

Personal Sentiment V The Constitution At the tail end of the session, two contentious bills made their way to the Senate floor; HB 549 by Rep. Fred Anderson and HB 562 by Rep. Sue Vinton. Rep. Vinton... Full story


Upcoming Events

June 16 Landowner Stewardship Fair 11a.m.-3p.m., Swan Valley Community Hall, 6803 MT-83, Condon  Preschool and Younger Story Time, 11:00 a.m., Swan Valley Community Library, 6811 Highway 83,  Condon June 18 Seeley Lake Market Returns! Every... Full story


Missoula County Sheriff's Log

6/1 2:27 p.m. Driving Under Influence Hwy 83 6/1 2:29 p.m. Civil School Lane 6/1 5:27p.m. Stolen Vehicle Rocky Mountain Road 6/2 10:25 a.m. Accident With Injury Boy Scout Road 6/2 3:29 p.m.... Full story


Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log

5/31 Medical Paws Up Road 6/2 Medical Hwy 83 6/2 Accident with Injury Boy Scout Road 6/3 Medical Boy Scout Road 6/4 Medical Peony Drive 6/5 Medical Standby Riverview Drive 6/6 Accident with Injury Hwy 83... Full story


Caroll Ann White 1943-2023

Caroll Ann (Manuel) White passed on June 3, 2023 of heart failure. She was born in Cut Bank, MT in 1943 and had just surpassed her 80th birthday. She grew up in the shadow of Glacier National Park, on... Full story


Carol Ann Miller 1942-2023

Carol Ann Miller, 81, of Seeley Lake, passed away peacefully in the comfort of her own home surrounded by her loving family on Sunday, June 4, 2023, after a prolonged battle with chronic kidney... Full story


Fire Lookouts in the Swan Valley

Whether by natural lightning or by human hands, the landscape in Swan Valley has been shaped by fire. Only in the past hundred years or so have there been organized, concentrated efforts to suppress... Full story


No Lightning Bolts

There are many images of God that are beautiful, healing and life-giving. God as a loving Father with open arms (Luke 15:11-32); God as a mother-hen gathering her chicks protectively under her wings... Full story

 By Jean Pocha    News    June 15, 2023

Helmville Fastpitch swings by another year

The 44th Annual Father Mac Fastpitch Softball Invitational event brought teams from around the state to Helmville, Montana for the weekend of June 3-4. Each year the non-league softball tourney...


"The Little Mermaid" is more than a little disappointing

Like nearly all of Disney's live action remake movies, "The Little Mermaid" ditches the charm and nostalgia of its original counterpart and ruins the fond memories you had with the story. Trailers...

 By Griffen Smith    News    June 15, 2023

Lions celebrate new park in Seeley Lake

Monkey bars, rock walls and double slides took the attention of most children walking around the Lions Club Park in Seeley Lake on Saturday, June 10. The club hosted its grand opening of a new playgro...

 By Amanda Eggers    News    June 15, 2023

Gianforte announces leadership change at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

Gov. Greg Gianforte announced Friday that Henry "Hank" Worsech is retiring as director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the agency charged with managing Montana's wildlife and 55 state parks. Dustin Temple, who's been serving as the agency's acti... Full story


Steele in talks for US Forest Service move

Flathead National Forest Supervisor, Kurt Steele, has accepted a new position within the National Forest Service. Steele, who has been the Supervisor of Flathead National Forest since January of 2020 came under fire for decisions made involving the...



Twenty Years ago... June 12, 2003 Students help with start-up funds for the "Stage" Seeley Lake Elementary students viewed the Seeley-Swan Stage firsthand when the van visited the school on Thursday....


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