Articles from the October 26, 2023 edition

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 By Griffen Smith    News    October 26, 2023

Swan Valley Community Council starts zoning plans, sheriff hopes to add officers

The Swan Valley Community Council is going ahead with a long-term process to add potential zoning and community plans to the area, which split the crowded room over what would be appropriate to keep...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    October 26, 2023

Spooky Season haunts high school

The inside of Seeley-Swan High School's auditorium has been transformed into an eerie maze, and the school's drama class hopes to get locals screaming during a one-night haunted house special on Oct....

 
 By Jean Pocha    News    October 26, 2023

Bear Buffer Zone regulations finalized

New Bear Buffer Zone regulations will go into action after Missoula City Council finalized the decision to expand the zone, including new regulations around garbage storage in the Potomac Valley. Potomac will be requiring bear resistant garbage cans...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    October 26, 2023

Report: Holland Lake Wastewater Lagoon leaking 148 times above legal limit

A leakage study determined the Holland Lake Wastewater System has been spilling sewage at a very high rate into the surrounding ground, an issue that the Forest Service said will be fixed under state...

 
 By Jean Pocha    News    October 26, 2023

Creatives share work at Alpine Artisans tour

The beauty of glass drew Sheri Burden’s curiosity to explore the art and craft of stained glass 40 years ago. Buying a book and supplies for her new passion gave her the start she needed. “My inspiration comes from what I see around me,...

 

Lions club to end area phone book

Every other year for the past several years the Seeley Lake Lions Club has produced and distributed free of charge to the community members a regional phone book as a fund-raising endeavor. Funds are raised through the sale of advertisements. This...

 

It is time to step up

Volunteers are the heartbeat of America! Throughout the history of our great country, volunteers have led the way to a better tomorrow. People who give, such as the founders of our country, giving hands in natural disasters or social injustices, to...

 

Is a new GOP tax underfoot?

The Montana Republicans claim that they support lower taxes and they do – selectively. They support lower taxes on millionaires and big corporations. Not you. The evidence from the 2023 legislative session is unambiguous. When property values...

 

Psychological perspectives: personality influences

Personality characteristics are complex. We live with our personalities without giving them much consideration but that’s an unconscious (not aware) way to live. Here are some ways to become more...

 

Missoula County Sheriff's log for Oct. 26

10/13 8:42 p.m. Suspicious Activity 15XX Double Arrow Road, Seeley Lake 10/14 10:39 a.m. Suspicious Activity Nordic Way, Seeley Lake 10/14 5:54 p.m. Suspicious activity 3XMM Highway 83, Condon 10/14 11:46 p.m. Driving Under Influence Highway 83,...

 

Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log for Oct. 26

10/13/2023 Medical Highway 83 10/14/2023 Illegal Burn Tamarack Drive 10/16/2023 Medical Morrell Creek Drive 10/17/2023 Illegal Burn Bass Court 10/19/2023 Public Assist Grandview Court 10/19/2023 Public Assist Airport Road...

 

Revival: Then What?

John Wesley once said to his preachers: “How dare you lead people to Christ without providing adequate opportunity for growth and nurture? Anything less is simply begetting children for the murders.” I like the way Hebrews 3:12-13 puts it....

 

Clearwater Resource Council reports on water quality sampling for Chain of Lakes

Seeley Lake, Montana – The Clearwater Resource Council (CRC) recently released a report on the findings of its water quality monitoring over the past two years. CRC collected water samples from six lakes in the Clearwater Valley in 2021 and 2022:...

 
 By Jenny Rohrer    News    October 26, 2023

Jarabe Mexicano to bring energy at Seeley Lake show

Alpine Artisans’ 2 Valleys Stage opens their 2023 season with a community concert on Sunday, Oct. 29 with the exciting San Diego band, Jarabe Mexicano. This five-person Mexican American band will be presenting Dia de Los Muertos: “A Celebration o...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    October 26, 2023

Football falls to Choteau, finishes season 3-6

The Seeley-Swan High School Football Team lost to Choteau on the road, capping a 3-6 season filled with tough games and a team looking to find momentum. The Blackhawks finished seventh out of the...

 

Volleyball goes to divisionals for potential playoff run

The Seeley-Swan High School Volleyball team is hoping to keep its season alive in the playoffs as it goes to Missoula for the Class C western divisional tournament. The Blackhawks went on a five-game...

 

Archives for Oct. 26

Thirty-five Years Ago... Thursday, October 27, 1988 Local Artist's work accepted for New York City art show By Suzann Vernon Seeley Lake artist, Jeff O'Boyle, creates paintings based on his views of t...

 

The Swan Valley Community Hall: The heart of our community

The old log building that stands at the corner of Highway 83 and Glacier Creek Road has been Swan Valley’s Community Hall for the past 84 years. Built from 1938-39, this treasured building is widely used as a central gathering place and is the...

 

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