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  • Lady Blackhawks win on the road

    Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder|Oct 22, 2020

    The Seeley-Swan Lady Blackhawks added a pair of wins to their record last week defeating Plains and the Clark Fork Co-op. The Lady Blackhawks made quick work of Plains Oct. 15 putting them down in three games, 25-12, 25-9 and 25-19. More than a third of the Lady Blackhawks’ points came from aces and kills. Dani Sexton and Jordan Johnson had 3 aces each while Klaire Kovatch and Sariah Maughan had 2 aces each. Kovatch and Bethany Hoag had 5 kills each while Maughan had 4, Aspen Conley had 3 and Trista Wendel had 2. Johnson had 15 of the t...

  • Blackhawks clash with Warriors in the rain

    Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder|Oct 22, 2020

    SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks hosted the Arlee Warriors for their last home game of the season Oct. 17. The Blackhawks came out strong scoring a touchdown in the opening minutes and then following up with another with four minutes remaining in the first quarter. Both touchdowns were passes where Quarterback Walker McDonald connected with Owen Hoag. The first touchdown was a 29-yard play while the second was for 70 yards. Neither conversion was successful. Both teams had several unsucc...

  • Blackhawks lead last meet of the regular season

    Andi Bourne, Pathfinder|Oct 22, 2020

    MISSOULA – The Blackhawks Cross Country team continued to pick up speed Friday, Oct. 16 at the Linda Vista meet hosted by Darby and Seeley-Swan High School. Head Coach Shawn Holmes said the runners had a great meet where they hosted mainly B schools there for their Divisional. In the middle school race, eighth grader Sam Ayers took the bronze, setting a new season record of 13:15. He only missed his personal record from last year set at the Arlee Fish Hatchery by 14 seconds. For the boys, C...

  • Community Briefs

    Oct 22, 2020

    Meals continue for Cahoon family SEELEY LAKE – Christian Cahoon made it home Friday night from the hospital. Local law enforcement provided an escort for him and his family. The community lined Highway 83 with lights, signs and honking to welcome him home. It was reported that the welcome home parade could be heard at the last home football game at Seeley-Swan High School. Meals continue to be coordinated for the Cahoon family. If anyone is willing to make a meal please contact Teresa Cahoon at 406-210-4688 to sign up and to ask any q...

  • Vote for Monica Tranel

    Former Montana wildland firefighters|Oct 22, 2020

    As former wildland firefighters, we learned what’s required to take on complex and difficult, tasks. We learned that when the going gets tough, there’s no substitute for hard work, experience and clear thinking. We know that excellent leaders consider all sides of a problem and work with their teams before making critical decisions. That’s why we’re supporting Monica Tranel for the Public Service Commission. As a lawyer who’s dealt with public utility issues for decades, Monica will get right down to work as soon as she’s elected. Because she...

  • My Plan to Clean Up the Corruption and Incompetence of the Secretary of State's Office

    Senator Bryce Bennett, Missoula, Montana|Oct 22, 2020

    Over the last four years, our Secretary of State’s office has become plagued with incompetence and corruption under the leadership of Corey Stapleton and Christi Jacobsen. Under their mismanagement we’ve seen hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars given away in contracts to their top donors, hiring of family members into their administration, criminal abuse of state owned vehicles, an absolute failure to plan for the challenges of COVID-19 and much more. This November - we can clean up this mess. I’ve spent my career bringing Repub...

  • Missoula County Health Department updates face covering rule

    Andi Bourne, Pathfinder|Oct 22, 2020

    MISSOULA – Thursday, Oct. 15 the Missoula County Board of Health reviewed a proposed revision to the Board’s Face-covering Rule and accepted the revisions effective immediately. The revisions to the Board’s Face-covering Rule bring local rules into better alignment with the Governor’s face-covering directive and face-covering exemptions. Accepted revisions to the local rule include the following: • People ages five and older in Missoula County are required to wear face-coverings as outlined in the rule. • The rule retains a more stringent p...

  • COVID-19 Joint Information Center announces new restrictions in Missoula County

    Henry Netherland|Oct 22, 2020

    MISSOULA - During their virtual press conference on Tuesday, Oct. 27, the COVID-19 Joint Information Center announced new Missoula County restrictions that will go into effect at 8 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. Missoula City-County Health Officer Ellen Leahy said beginning this week, business capacity will be limited to 50%, event gathering sizes will be reduced to 25 people and alcohol service will stop at 10 p.m. Any group event over 25 is expected to check in with the health department before... Full story

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