Articles from the October 1, 2020 edition

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  • Blackhawks swatted by Mountain Cats

    Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder|Oct 1, 2020

    SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks hosted the Clark Fork Co-op Mountain Cats Sept. 25 in front of their biggest home field crowd of the season. The Missoula City-County Health Department backed off on some of the attendance restrictions just hours before kickoff making it possible for 200 fans to attend. The Blackhawks stopped the Cats' opening drive at the 26-yard line but were unable to move the ball forward offensively. They got pushed back to their own 11-yard line before running o...

  • Big Blackfoot Milling Company protests method of larch cutting

    Betty Vanderwielen, Pathfinder|Oct 1, 2020

    If the early history of Seeley Lake is intertwined with the lumber industry, the rise of the United States Forest Service is incontrovertibly intertwined with Seeley Lake and in particular with the Big Blackfoot Timber Sale of 1907-1910. Historian and member of the Camp Paxson Preservation Board Gary Williams has been researching that sale. The Seeley Swan Pathfinder will be bringing some of the interesting bits of information he has discovered about logging in the Seeley Lake area and also...

  • Community Briefs

    Oct 1, 2020

    Death Notice SEELEY LAKE - LaMyra “Kay” Price, 82, passed away in the morning, Monday, Sept. 28, 2020, at her home in Seeley Lake. Brothers Mortuary and Crematory are honored to care for the family. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at Community Firewood Day, Oct. 9 SWAN VALLEY - Join Swan Valley Connections for their Community Firewood Day Oct. 9 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Volunteers will be splitting, delivering and stacking firewood for a full list of people in need in the community. If you’d like to...

  • Missoula BLM taking comments on $5 million road project

    Missoula Field Office - Bureau of Land Management|Oct 1, 2020

    POTOMAC - The Bureau of Land Management’s Missoula Field Office is seeking the public’s input on a proposed $5-million Federal Lands Transportation Project to improve 5.7 miles of Johnsrud-McNamara Road. The office has prepared an Environmental Assessment for the project. This can be found at and search for “Johnsrud.” “With driver safety one of the BLM’s top priorities, there is currently a need to improve the condition of Johnsrud Road,” said Acting Missoula Field Manager Wendy Warren. Approximately...

  • Stand united and reclaim America

    David Passieri, St Ignatius, Montana|Oct 1, 2020

    Our mission should always be to preserve the nobility of Americas character, One Nation Under God. A place where anybody’s dream can come true. The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights was the fulfillment of 1,000+ years of western civilization. Our Constitution is the product of centuries of tradition, wisdom and experience. No political document has done more to advance the human condition or propel the engine of progress. However today, a radical movement is demolishing this treasured and precious i...