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Articles from the September 12, 2019 edition

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 By Andi Bourne    News    September 12, 2019

Protest fails for Lindbergh Lake bridge assessment

MISSOULA – At public hearing Sept. 5, the Missoula County Commissioners unanimously approved Resolution 2019-106 due to insufficient protest. The resolution changed the boundaries of the Rural Special Improvement District 282 around Lindbergh Lake...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 12, 2019

BLM reintroduces fire in Wales Creek Wilderness Study Area

The Bureau of Land Management Missoula Field Office completed a 660 acre prescribed burn near Chamberlain Mountain in the Wales Creek Wilderness Study Area, nine miles southeast of Clearwater...

 

Five trumpeter swans released on Jones Lake

OVANDO – For 15 years, the Blackfoot Challenge and its partners have released fledgling trumpeter swans into the Blackfoot Watershed in a program aimed at restoring the swans to their native...

 

BCSA the best of Montana

The Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act (S. 1765) represents the best of Montana politics: collaborative, consensus-based policy intended to benefit everyone who lives and recreates in the Blackfoot River watershed. Diverse stakeholder groups have...

 

Everyone should have a say in sewer debate

SEELEY LAKE - The sewer debate is about justice and fairness. Here are a couple of parameters. We all perform the same daily bodily functions, whether we’re registered to vote, own property or not. Fairness suggests we ALL have a say in this sewer...

 

The summer fades

Summer time is slowly slipping away. The heat for a while almost got us. Not much smoke appeared because of the rains – what a blessing. We don't need another 2017. So we wait for the leaves to...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 12, 2019

Arrive Alive! Tour comes to Seeley Lake, Sept. 18

SEELEY LAKE – "I realized my daughter [Laurisa] was just like everyone else, a habitual offender of texting and driving," said Jenny Ross, trauma coordinator for Community Medical Center who has...

 

Missoula County - The Last Best Place

It really goes without saying, but Missoula County is an amazing place. And in a county that is home to 119,000 souls, spanning terrain from rugged wilderness to the second largest city in Montana,...

 

Buried treasure: Fall planted bulbs are spring garden gems

As the season tapers into fall this month, we wrap up another beautiful Montana summer. While our gardens may be getting ready for their winter's rest, a little planning ahead this time of year can...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 12, 2019

Seeley Lake Ranger District updates

SEELEY LAKE – Several projects continue on the Seeley Lake Ranger District, two of which will impact public access. Cottonwood Lakes Road/Dunham Creek Update: A segment of Cottonwood Lakes Road...

 

Tales of Swan Valley outfitters - Rod Boothby

SWAN VALLEY – Though he is not an outfitter himself (he works for Tom Parker's Buck Creek Guide Service), Rod Boothby was invited to be one of the speakers at the Aug. 3 Upper Swan Valley...

 

William (Bill) Oscar Keiper 1922 - 2019

SEELEY LAKE - William Oscar Keiper (Bill) passed away on Aug. 29. He was born Aug. 26,1922 in south St. Paul, Minn. to Henry Jacob and Celestia Jane Fletcher Keiper. He grew up on the family farm in e...

 

The journey continues

In Matthew 10:24-25 it is written, “A taught one is not above his teacher, nor a servant above his master. It is enough for the taught one to become like his teacher and a servant like his master. If they have called the master of the house Beelzeb...

 

The old firefighting days – Stories from Potomac

POTOMAC - As summer’s dry heat wanes into cooler damp weather, fire season comes to an end. Some Potomac residents took time this year to openly reflect on past fire seasons and their firefighting experiences. They shared stories of fighting fires...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 12, 2019

Local mask makers display work

MISSOULA – Seeley Lake mask makers Herman and Susie Andersen are displaying their hand-carved masks at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices in Missoula through the end of the month. Both enjoy sharing...

 

Horsemen no match for Blackhawks

PLAINS – Coming off their home victory over Darby, the Blackhawks took to the road last week looking for their second win of the season as they faced off against the Plains Horsemen Sept. 6. The...

 

Blackhawks shaving time

MISSOULA – The Seeley-Swan High School Cross County team took to the course at Big Sky for the Missoula Coaches Invite, Sept. 5 with 10 other teams. All the racers cut at least two minutes off their...

 

Rough week for Lady Blackhawks

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Lady Blackhawks had a tough week dropping matches to two conference opponents, the Valley Christian Eagles and the Lincoln Lynx. The Ladies traveled to Missoula Sept. 5 t...

 

Community Briefs

Seeley Lake Community Park Work Day, Sept. 14 SEELEY LAKE – Weather permitting, the Seeley Lake Community Parks Committee will be hosting a workday Saturday, Sept. 14 starting at 10 a.m. to do maintenance on the park at Seeley Lake Elementary schoo...

 

Vote Bryce Bennett

It seems that everyone in Montana except Cory Stapleton knows that he is unqualified to fill any elected position. Stapleton seems either incompetent, corrupt or possibly both. Cory has done damage during the short time he has been in this office....

 

Reject influence of fossil fuel money - plan for slimate-safe, renewable energy future

Climate change and global warming are important issues for Montanans. Coming changes will broadly impact our economic sectors and put inevitable strain on state resources. Challenges need to be addressed, especially in agricultural, business and...

 

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