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Articles from the September 20, 2018 edition

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 By Andi Bourne    News    September 20, 2018

Condon Community Church breaks ground for expansion

SWAN VALLEY – Condon Community Church broke ground for their new expansion project Sunday, Sept. 16. They hope the expansion will allow them to share the Gospel and love of Christ with more people i...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 20, 2018

Two themes emerge for Clearwater-Blackfoot Project

SEELEY LAKE – After more than three years of gathering feedback about priorities and vision for the Clearwater-Blackfoot Project (CBP) area, The Nature Conservancy has identified two main themes...

 

Council to revisit trails committee future

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Community Council voted to form a committee to study the future of the Council’s trails committee at the Sept. 10 Council meeting. In June the Council voted to disband the trails committee and hand over responsibility...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 20, 2018

A year of regrowth on the hike to Morrell Falls

SEELEY LAKE - Pathfinder owners Nathan and Andi Bourne revisited photo points they took along the Morrell Falls trail again this fall to help visually capture the change one year post fire. Photos...

 

I Voted for Medicaid Expansion - Can't support I-185 

When I voted for the Montana Health and Economic Livelihood Partnership (HELP) Act, also known as Medicaid Expansion, in 2015, I did so for two reasons. First, to ensure that vulnerable Montanans had access to affordable health coverage. Second, to...

 

Pay attention to the color of the heart

The color of a person’s skin is beauty created by the Hand of God. It’s not a person’s skin color that I pay attention to. It’s the color of their heart. Are people coming to America to be Americans or are they coming to take over America?...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 20, 2018

Seeley Lake Chamber to relocate

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce is no longer located in the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitors’ Center, locally known as “the Barn.” The Chamber is moving to a location more fitting for their seasonal needs and...

 

Alpine Artisan's Open Book Club features Lady Long Rider

SEELEY LAKE - Please join us as Bernice Ende, Lady Long Rider, makes her second appearance at Alpine Artisan's Open Book, Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Grizzly Claw Trading Company. She will be...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 20, 2018

Sow and two cubs relocated

SEELEY LAKE - Tuesday, Sept. 11 Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Game Warden Bill Koppen captured, collared and relocated the black bear sow and her two cubs that were getting into animal feed on...

 

Prescribed burn projects planned on the Flathead

SWAN VALLEY - Fire managers on the Flathead National Forest are planning to conduct fall prescribed fire projects when weather, fuel conditions and air quality are favorable. Smoke will be visible from various places in the Flathead and Swan Valleys...

 

Public comment open for 2018-2019 snowmobile trail grooming grants

HELENA - Montana State Parks is seeking public comment on 25 grant applications for Snowmobile Trail Grooming funds for the 2018-2019 winter season. The Seeley Lake Driftriders is among the 25 with an award of $17,343.32. Public comment will be...

 

New archery-only hunting area opens at Swan River National Wildlife Refuge

KALISPELL - Archery hunters have new hunting opportunities in the Swan Valley. The Swan River National Wildlife Refuge, located off Montana Highway 83 at the south end of Swan Lake, has a new...

 

Why hiring a local real estate market expert matters

What defines a “Local Market Expert?” A local market expert has extensive knowledge of the properties in their market and is able to explain how current market dynamics are impacting prices. Every community and market is unique and it takes a...

 

Wildfire art and science discussion comes to Seeley Lake

SEELEY LAKE -- The community is invited to attend a traveling University of Idaho exhibit of art and open community discussion about wildfire and our shared future. The creative voices of artists and...

 

Ian Sayer White Nov. 10, 1958 - Aug. 21, 2018

SEELEY LAKE - Ian Sayer White, 59, of Seeley Lake, died Tuesday, Aug. 21 in his home. Ian was born in Princeton, N.J. to Julia and John White Nov. 10, 1958. After high school in New Jersey, Ian... Full story

 

All you need is love

You may be old enough to remember that song by the Beatles. It was released in 1967 as a single and quickly swept the world. Just for fun I “Googled” the question “How many songs have been written with love in the title?” I did not receive a...

 

Miss B buzzing with plans for second grade

SEELEY LAKE – Primarily inspired by the modeling of her then teacher Mrs. Roach, Rachel Bemis decided in second grade that she wanted to be a teacher when she grew up. She never wavered from that...

 

Robin Beckett brings breadth of experience to kindergarten

SEELEY LAKE – Robin Beckett (formerly Robin Gaither) brings 14 years of teaching to her Seeley Lake Elementary kindergarten classroom. Starting in a Montessori school in Indiana, Beckett went on to...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 20, 2018

A story of adoption and children with special needs to highlight the work of Sparrow's Vine

SEELEY LAKE – "His story had me on an emotional roller coaster. One minute you're laughing and the next crying," recalled Sparrow's Vine Executive Director Tera Wold after listening to Dan Kulp at a...

 

An idea for Montana - State plan endorses community health workers

The Partners In Health, known in Haitian Creole as Zanmi Lasante(ZL/PIH), headquarters resides in a huge state-of-the-art hospital in Mirebalais, about a half-hour drive southwest of Cange. On what...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    September 20, 2018

Lady Blackhawks out in front

The Seeley-Swan High School Cross country team competed in two meets this week, the first in St. Ignatius Sept. 18 and the second in Pablo Sept. 15. Freshman Hannah Ayers and sophomore Sariah Maughan...

 

Blackhawks meet wall of Titians

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks had their hands full with the reigning state champions, the Flint Creek Titans, at home Sept. 14. The Blackhawks held off the Titans for the first couple...

 

Lady Blackhawks rack up the victories

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Lady Blackhawks added a pair of victories to their resume last week defeating Victor and Drummond. The Ladies overall record is now 4-2. The Lady Blackhawks hosted the...

 

Decreased number of rainy days has increased western wildfire

MISSOULA – The number and size of large wildfires has increased dramatically in the western United States during the past three decades. New research shows that significant declines in summer precipitation and lengthening dry spells during summer...

 

Community Briefs

Fire Danger remains High in Missoula County - Outdoor burning remains closed MISSOULA - Wildland fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association (MCFPA) determined to keep fire danger within Missoula County at high. Recent days...

 

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