Articles from the November 9, 2023 edition

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 By Griffen Smith    News    November 9, 2023

Seeley Lake man gets five years for vehicular homicide

A Seeley Lake man was sentenced to five years in the Montana State Prison on Nov. 3 after he pleaded guilty to killing a Potomac woman while high on methamphetamine in a car crash last December. Kerry Glen Drew, 69, pleaded guilty to four felonies...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    November 9, 2023

Seeley Lake man gets eight years in prison for receiving child pornography

A Seeley Lake man will be behind bars for the next eight and a half years after he pleaded guilty in July to receiving child pornography. Charles Lief Isaacson, 62, was first arrested by Missoula...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    November 9, 2023

Sheriff starts 24 hour area coverage

The Missoula County Sheriff's Office has increased its number of deputies working in Seeley Lake and will have someone on patrol in the area at all hours - the first time in recent memory. Sheriff Jer...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    November 9, 2023

'Rumbling Owl' project would reduce fuels near Holland Lake

A new project from the Flathead National Forest would do fuel reduction, logging and road management work on roughly 6,000 acres in the southeast area of the district, which officials said would help...

 
 By Jean Pocha    News    November 9, 2023

Citizen science projects highlighted in Condon

Rebecca Ramsey, Swan Valley Connections(SVC) executive director, welcomed 28 participants to their quarterly potluck and speaker series held at the Swan Valley Community Hall. "It's beautiful to see...

 

Grateful for Loving Hearts

I am so grateful for Loving Hearts Thrift Shoppe. I recently got the prettiest teal colored jacket there, and a pile of other great items, at the $1 bag sale! When I got home and realized my new favorite jacket was reversible, and even prettier on...

 

Clarifying the facts as I see them on the 95 mill property tax increase

Recently opinion pieces and information sent to legislators regarding the counties decision to levy 77.9 mills instead of the State directed 95 mills has been circulating in both statewide newspapers, and internal legislative correspondence. It...

 

Make your voice heard to help rebuild Montana's Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Systems

No Montana community is untouched by the mental health crisis. Suicide. Addiction. Loneliness. The struggle to find mental health services or appropriate supports for individuals with developmental disabilities. Patients receiving care in places...

 

Open enrollment continues through Dec. 7

MISSOULA, MT - Open Enrollment is your annual opportunity to optimize your Medicare coverage. Whether you’re considering a Medicare Advantage plan or adjusting your Prescription Drug Plan, MAS is here to help you make the most of Medicare. Open Enr...

 

Missoula County Sheriff's log for Nov. 9

10/26 2:04 p.m. Slide-In, No Damage 27XX Highway 83, Seeley Lake 10/26 5:53 p.m. Harassment 207XX Potomac Road, Potomac 10/27 3:28 p.m. Slide-In, No Damage E. Morrell Creek Road, Seeley Lake 10/28 12:48 p.m. Civil 63XX Highway 83, Condon 10/29 10:13...

 

Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log for Nov. 9

10/28/2023 Medical Riverview Drive 10/29/2023 Medical Highway 83 10/31/2023 Medical Riverwatch Trail 11/1/2023 Medical Frontier Drive 11/2/2023 Medical Highway 83...

 
 By Sharon Teague    News    November 9, 2023

Seeley Lake Community Council November Meeting

Key updates and information important to our community! The November meeting of the Seeley Lake Community Council will be held at the Barn (2920 Highway 83) on Monday, Nov. 13. Pizza will be served starting at 5:30 p.m., and the meeting will begin...

 

Patricia Mae DeSmidt (1932 - 2023)

Patricia Mae DeSmidt, of Seeley Lake, peacefully joined her beloved husband Roland DeSmidt in heaven on Friday, Oct. 20,2023 at the beautiful age of 91. Patricia is survived by her five children and their families, Deborah and Larry Krieger of... Full story

 

Identified and prepared

In my last article I said I wanted to do a small series looking at the armor of God from Ephesians 6:10-18. Last time I wrote about the sword of the spirit and the shield of faith. This time I would l...

 

Preparing for the fly tying season

The past few snowy days have driven me indoors. And I'm at home here. I'm not house-bound, yet, but will be by the end of February. Until then there is plenty to do: on several sides I'm faced with...

 

Halloween goes down as spooky success

Senior Center Halloween Bash The Seeley Lake Senior Center (Sela Senci) had a Halloween Bash on Tuesday, Oct. 31. They had a contest for the best costume. The winners were: 9th place, Jerry...

 

Street Cred in the Swan Valley

It happened like this: The guy is going 120 mph in a stolen car, running from the cops. Not surprisingly, being fabulously drunk, he misses a 90 degree turn, launching him and his vehicle (separately) into a low earth orbit, our protagonist being unr...

 

Archives for Nov. 9

Thirty-five years ago... Thursday, November 10, 1988 New Outdoors Program Hundreds of youth are exploring nature and firearm safety through new 4-H wildlife and shooting programs. There are wildlife programs in about half of Montana’s counties now...

 

Firewood, slash & bugs: How to protect your personal forest & reduce wildfire risk

While late fall through early winter brings pleasant temperatures to work outside, it can also contribute to insect issues the following year. If lodgepole or ponderosa pines are cut without time to...

 

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