Articles from the December 7, 2023 edition

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 By Griffen Smith    News    December 7, 2023

Governor downs Capitol Christmas Tree in Greenough

Gov. Greg Gianforte joked he would cut down the Capitol Christmas Tree himself with a chainsaw, but a feller buncher beat him to the punch and slashed a massive Douglas fir on Lubrecht Experimental...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    December 7, 2023

New cell tower proposed in Condon

A new communications tower could come to the center of Condon in the future, but little has been shared on what purpose the tower has, when it could be built or what cell services will be carried on... Full story

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    December 7, 2023

Swan Valley Council names planning board

The Swan Valley Community Council approved its members for a planning committee that could solidify some regulations and zoning for the Condon area at its Nov. 21 meeting. The Community Council is working to update the area’s community plan for...

 

Angel Tree here to help

The Seeley Lake Fire Department foundation is following tradition this year, as members put up their annual Holiday Angel tree. The Angel Tree, located at the Seeley Lake Fire Department, was started...

 
 By Griffen Smith    News    December 7, 2023

Rumbling Owl tour highlights potential reverse in forest health

More than a dozen residents stood by the confluence of Holland Creek and the Swan River to hear from Forest Service officials and their plan to log and restore roughly 6,000 acres of land from Rumble...

 

Legislature's work on criminal justice and public safety

Public safety has been a significant and growing concern in our communities for the past several years. The 2023 Legislature heard these concerns loud and clear and acted to make our state a safer place to work, play, and raise a family. We took on...

 

Re: School Equalization Mills

Governor Gianforte: The Montana Supreme Court clarified the state’s ability to accrue ‘banked mills’ when the calculation required under MCA § 15-10-420 results in mills above the cumulative cap of 95. While that opinion was directly in...

 

Are you happy about your new property tax bill?

I’m definitely not. Everywhere I go, people are grumbling about how much their property taxes increased. But if you think nobody is happy, you’re wrong. Governor Gianforte and the Republican legislative supermajority raised our property taxes....

 

December Seeley Lake Library news

With colder temperatures upon us, perhaps it’s time to swing by your local library and find a cozy book to enlighten the mind or warm the heart. Your local Seeley Lake Public Library has many brand...

 

Missoula County Sheriff's Log for Dec. 7

11/24 1:00 p.m. Recovered Stolen Vehicle 9XX Pine Drive, Seeley Lake 11/24 4:53 p.m. Suspicious Activity 90XX Highway 200 E., Bonner 11/25 2:54 a.m. Suspicious Activity 1XX B Street, Seeley Lake 11/27 5:44 p.m. Accident-Injury 230XX Highway 200 E.,...

 

Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log for Dec. 7

11/25/2023 Fire Rescue Ice/Water Highway 83 11/26/2023 Medical Highway 200 East 11/29/2023 Medical Highway 83...

 
 By Claire Muller    News    December 7, 2023

Grants available for projects helping Seeley Lake

Non-profit organizations are invited to submit grant proposals to the Seeley Lake Community Foundation for 2024 projects. The SLCF awards grants of up to $3,000 for projects to benefit the area of Seeley Lake, MT. Applications are due Jan. 31 each...

 

Growing to love the Advent Season

Thanksgiving has come and gone; it is time to start reflecting on the Advent Season. After 21 years in Scotland, the Lectionary became a part of my Advent season build up to Christmas. I wish I could do the whole of the Advent writing to build the... Full story

 

Teddy Roosevelt was right - about a lot of things

I have a sign on the bulletin space above my desk that says, ‘Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” For me especially, and those who know me well would agree, that’s a good admonition. The quote is from Teddy Roosevelt. It’s...

 

Archives for Dec. 7

Thirty-five years ago... Thursday Dec. 8, 1988 Seeley Lake Ranger District gets third award for effort This past summer the Canyon Creek fire on the Lolo National Forest came close to consuming an award winning bridge inside the Scapegoat...

 

Seeley Lake Historical Society - Keeping the Past Alive

For more than 20 years, the Seeley Lake Historical Society has worked to expand our knowledge and understanding of the history of the Seeley Lake area. We do this by maintaining the Historical Museum...

 

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