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Articles from the November 12, 2020 edition

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Anderson remembers end of WWII

SEELEY LAKE – Seaman Leon (Bud) Anderson was off duty and on liberty in San Francisco when World War II ended. "I was on Market Street when the news broke," he said. "Everybody was talking about it...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 12, 2020

Two young men die in head-on collision

BONNER, MONTANA – Two Seeley Lake residents were killed in a head-on collision Sunday afternoon, Nov. 8 on Highway 200 just east of Bonner. Seventeen-year-old Isaac Morse and 18-year-old Damien Miner died at the scene. According to Highway Patrol...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 12, 2020

COVID strikes Seeley Lake

SEELEY LAKE - "I think the hardest part of this whole thing was I just felt horribly guilty," said Seeley Lake resident Emily Rindal who tested positive for coronavirus in early September. "I know it... Full story

 

Traffic experiences delays for project near Lake Alva

LAKE ALVA - Motorists should expect traffic disruptions on Highway 83 along Lake Alva due to a Montana Department of Transportation project. The project is intended to re-establish roadway slope...

 

Keeping it local for the holidays

As the Holiday Season approaches, many of the annual events that our communities know and love are being cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic including Old West Christmas in Ovando, the Rich Ranch Community Appreciation Day, Christmas Comes Home in...

 

Thank you for your vote!

Dear friends, thank you for electing me to represent you as the next Montana State Senator for District 46. I am grateful beyond words for your support. My opponent Niki Sardot, ran a fair and civilized race. Niki graciously reached out to me in...

 

The message from Republican sweep

The Seeley-Swan, and Montana generally, stayed red this past election cycle. What are the messages in this continued move to the right? Voters are apparently demanding less government, less in-your-face regulation and permitting, lower taxes and,...

 

Hang'n 'er up

Along the back trails of my memories this time of the year was all the hunts and the desire to gather winter's meat. Didn't seem to matter the weather in them there days, hunched up near some cover...

 

Making progress in spite of COVID

When COVID-19 first popped up in the news, we weren't too worried it would affect us here in Seeley Lake. Then it became a pandemic and things changed. We urged our employees to follow all...

 

County sees political divide in urban and rural areas

MISSOULA COUNTY - The political divide between the rural and urban areas of Missoula County were seen in the results of the District 1 County Commissioner race and the vote over referendum 130 this ye...

 

Attorney educates residents on self-defense legalities

SWAN VALLEY - Missoula Attorney Quentin Rhoades showed Condon residents how they can legally defend themselves and their property during the second Neighborhood Watch meeting on Thursday, Nov. 5 in...

 

Ross continues complaints about scaling

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 Bi...

 

God is not on our side

Our country has gone through a very troubling year to say the least. The anticipation of the recent election defined as much of 2020 as has the coronavirus. Everything that has taken place this year...

 

Veterans Memorial replacement begins

SEELEY LAKE - The Veterans and Families of Seeley Lake (VFSL) began the initial construction for the new veterans' memorial kiosk in the Memorial Garden on Monday, Nov. 2. VFSL member Darryl Worley...

 

Bighorns end Lady Blackhawks' season

SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley-Swan Lady Blackhawks hosted the Lone Peak Bighorns in their opening match of the Western C Divisional Tournament Nov. 3. The Lady Blackhawks were able to build enough of a...

 

Community Briefs

Notice to Food Bank users SEELEY LAKE - Because of the increase in COVID-19 cases, Seeley-Swan Community Food Bank clients are required to wear masks outside when coming to the Food Bank. Also a reminder to Food Bank users, there is no smoking...

 

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