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 By Zoie Koostra    News    July 5, 2018

Vacation Rentals Compete with Traditional Lodging for Tourist Dollars

SEELEY LAKE - Dagny Krigbaum has been responsible for taking care of her family's cabin in Seeley Lake for more than 20 years. In the past, she enlisted property management companies to rent out the...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    July 5, 2018

Music Festival Rocks Despite Weather

SEELEY LAKE - For the third year, the Bob Marshall Music Festival took place in Seeley Lake June 28-30. Along with three days of music and 19 bands, attendees participated in races and yoga on the...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    July 5, 2018

Seeley50K and Bad Bob's 5K

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley50K sported the largest field with more than 60 runners in the 50K and more than 100 racers including the 25K and 10K races. With a late start due to a course reroute, race...

 

Hawver Named Junior Officer of 1969

SWAN VALLEY –During his six years in the United States Air Force, Condon resident Dennis Hawver gained recognition for his speaking ability and manner of presentation. He even, on occasion, briefed...

 
 By Colleen Kesterson    News    July 5, 2018

Collision Takes Out Mailboxes - No Injuries

SWAN VALLEY - The Swan Valley Emergency Services responded to a collision Monday, July 2 shortly after 6 p.m. A loaded semi with pup trailer attempted to pass a Winnebago near the intersection of...

 
 By Mike Marshall    Opinion    July 5, 2018

Patriotism 102

I am always disappointed to see someone who thinks expressing our freedom of speech is un-American. I’ll have to disagree. You may not like what someone has to express or the way they express it, but just like you, they have every right to express...

 
 By Molly Hackett    Opinion    July 5, 2018

Pototoes

Q: Even though I knew better, I planted my potatoes only two inches deep. Should I pile dirt around them to protect them? A: To protect the developing potatoes from growing at the surface and being...

 

Fear of Leaving One's Home: Agoraphobia

It might seem peculiar to think that some people fear leaving their homes. It's not the home that is in question but the fear of going into the world outside of the home. Sometimes it is described as...

 

Council To Debate Speed Limits, Sewer Next Monday

SEELEY LAKE - At the request of one of the Council members, the Seeley Lake Community Council will discuss the current speed limits in Seeley Lake. Those speed limits were lowered two years ago. The project was initiated by the Council, took two year...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    July 5, 2018

Public Hearing Scheduled to Discuss Cottonwood Gravel Pit Access

DEER LODGE – The Powell County Planning Board will hold a public hearing to discuss a potential revision to the haul route of the Cottonwood Gravel Pit as proposed by Deer Creek Excavating, LLC. The hearing will be held July 12 at 1 p.m. at the...

 
 By Linda Howard    Opinion    July 5, 2018

Apply for the Medicare Savings Program!

Happy Fourth of July to everyone! Summer is finally here and we can get outside and enjoy! It's also a great time to save money on Medicare by applying for the Medicare Savings Program (MSP)! If you...

 

Small Dams in Small Creeks Can Have Big Consequences

As summertime temperatures heat up and the chance to cool down in the water arrives, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is reminding people that building dams in creeks and streams can have negative...

 

Seeley Swan Real Estate - Questions About Fire and Snow

THE QUESTIONS The questions about the market are usually the same – What effect has the Rice Ridge Fire had on real estate in the valley? Has everyone listed their homes for sale after last winter? At the end of July last summer, the Rice Ridge Fir...

 
 By Zoie Koostra    News    July 5, 2018

College Course Opens Doors for Collaborative Conservation

SWAN VALLEY - The students in the Swan Valley Connections' Wildlife in the West course spent six weeks learning to identify flora and fauna. They also learned valuable skills about community...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    July 5, 2018

Alternatives for Rice Ridge Fire Salvage Project Explained

SEELEY LAKE – The Rice Ridge Fire Salvage Project team presented the Rice Ridge Fire Salvage Environmental Assessment and alternatives at a public meeting June 27. Public comments will be accepted...

 

Skylar and Mary Hoelstad June 9, 2018

SEELEY LAKE - Skylar Hoelstad married Mary Strumpfer June 9. Parents of the groom are Pamela Raimondi and Matthew Raimondi of Seeley Lake. Parents of the bride are Alicia McQuarters and Rudolph... Full story

 
 By Zoie Koostra    News    July 5, 2018

Simulation Trucks Provide Training for Rural and Remote EMTs in Montana

SWAN VALLEY - The Swan Valley Emergency Services Quick Response Unit had the opportunity to practice caring for a patient in a very realistic way last Monday, June 25. Through a grant from the...

 
 By Shane Kesterke    Opinion    July 5, 2018

Kaepers and Cannons

If you follow the NFL at all, you know that there has been on ongoing controversy surrounding certain players who decided to not stand during the singing or playing of our national anthem at the beginning of the game. And recently the NFL instituted...

 

Community Briefs

Missoula County Fire Danger Elevated to MODERATE - Outdoor Permit Burning CLOSED Wildland fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association (MCFPA) have elevated fire danger within Missoula County to MODERATE. Weather forecasters pr...

 

Sweepstakes, Lottery, Prize Schemes Devastate Older Victims with Evolving Tactics

MISSOULA - A new report by Better Business Bureau (BBB) says sweepstakes, lottery and prize schemes are devastating victims financially and emotionally with ever-evolving methods. These frauds concentrate on seniors, targeting them by direct mail,...

 

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