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Articles from the November 19, 2020 edition

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 By Andi Bourne    News    November 19, 2020

Chamber leadership steps down, seeks applicants

SEELEY LAKE – After serving as the Seeley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce executive director and on the board since the summer of 2017, Lisa Hayhurst and her husband Eric feel it is time to pass the torch. They are hoping to fill the executive direct...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 19, 2020

Honoring those who served

SWAN VALLEY – At 11:11 a.m., Nov. 11, the sound of a bell cut through the cold air as more than 30 veterans, their families and the Condon community gathered outside the Swan Valley Community Hall...

 

Businesses address the inside effects of COVID-19

MISSOULA COUNTY - Local businesses have been affected on a spectral level since restrictions were implemented in March to mitigate the effects of COVID-19. Some saw an initial hit and began to... Full story

 

SSHS student signs with CSU for track

SEELEY LAKE - Seeley-Swan High School senior Klaire Kovatch signed a national letter of intent to throw discus, javelin and potentially weight and hammer for the Colorado State University Division 1...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 19, 2020

Community invited to Cahoon Strong/ Paint a Heart Day

SEELEY LAKE – The community is invited to paint a heart for the Cahoon family at the Cahoon Strong "Paint a Heart" Day fundraiser, Saturday, Nov. 28 from 12-5 p.m. at the Seeley Lake Community...

 

Insurance paid $321,000 legal defense bills, releases District

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Sewer District Board and one of its former insurance providers have signed an Assignment of Rights and Claims that will keep the District from having to pay legal fees for defending the District against a 2018 lawsuit....

 

Newly elected district leaders make initial statements

SEELEY LAKE - Respective House and Senate winners Mike Hopkins and Shannon O’Brien talked about the upcoming legislative session, their priorities during their time in office and what committees they would like to be a part of during the monthly...

 

Grants available for projects helping Seeley Lake

Non-profit organizations are invited to submit grant proposals to the Seeley Lake Community Foundation for 2021 projects. The Foundation awards grants of up to $2,500 for projects to benefit the area of Seeley Lake. Applications are due Jan. 31 each...

 

Letters from a Swan Valley homesteader

Beginning with a trip out west to Polson in 1913 to later homesteading in the Upper Swan Valley, early-day settler Henry Thomason wrote a series of hand-written letters to his family in the Midwest...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 19, 2020

Board makes minor changes to Strategic Plan

POTOMAC – The Potomac School Board worked through their strategic planning at their Nov. 9 meeting. They all agreed that the seven focus areas would be retained with just a shift in the implementation of priorities. The board also received an...

 

Girard innovates his way through Forest Service ranks

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...

 

There is but one lawgiver and Judge

I'm guessing that often we can fall into the category of having just enough knowledge to be misleading, or even dangerous. As Christians, it is possible, though we may have memorized some verses, to...

 

Seeley Lake celebrates veterans' legacies

SEELEY LAKE - Over 20 residents came together to celebrate the lives and memories of those who served in the American military for Veterans Day on Wednesday, Nov. 11 at the Veterans Memorial Garden....

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 19, 2020

Winner of Ovando Scarecrow contest announced

OVANDO –Nancy Shannon won the Ovando Scarecrow contest with her "Thin Green Man with Owl." There were four scarecrow entries in the first annual contest of the 21st century. Sheppard collected more...

 

Hunting activity and harvest success picks up

Hunter numbers and harvest rebounded in the fourth weekend of the general big game hunting season in west-central Montana, bringing harvest totals in line with average for this point in the season. The biggest bump came from deer harvest. The rut...

 

Christmas tree permits available online for the Holiday season

Christmas tree permits from local National Forests are now available to purchase online through Recreation.gov. Details about designated cutting areas, dates and types of trees that may be cut may be found on Recreation.gov or visit the National...

 

Renae Lyn Anderson Jan. 6, 1952 - Oct. 19, 2020

CONDON - Renae Lyn Anderson, beloved and devoted wife, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt and loyal friend, left to continue her journey with her father, brother, friends and most certainly Elvis... Full story

 

Damien Nichols Miner Aug. 21, 2002 - Nov. 8, 2020

SEELEY LAKE - On Aug. 21, 2002, a baby boy was born to Specialist Christopher Miner and his then-wife Melinda Barraza Miner at Fort Hood, Texas. With chubby cheeks and deep brown eyes, Damien Nichols... Full story

 

Community Briefs

Al-Anon resumes weekly in-person meetings SEELEY LAKE – The local Al-Anon group has begun meeting in-person every Thursday at 5 p.m. at the Mountain Lakes Presbyterian Church. Attendees are asked to wear masks and chairs are placed six feet apart....

 

Governor Bullock reveals new statewide public health regulations to limit COVID-19 cases

MONTANA - Governor Steve Bullock announced on Tuesday that he would implement a new set of public health measures intended to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Montana beginning on Friday, Nov. 20. The measures would limit capacity in bars,... Full story

 

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