Articles from the December 28, 2023 edition

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Electric hooked up to nordic trailhead

Seeley Lake skiers will notice a new blanket of light this winter, as the Seeley Lake Nordic Club successfully routed electricity up Morrell Creek Road to power three overhead lights at the trailhead...

 

Sunset School play promotes uniqueness

Saving Christmas from the Wicked Wazzu took center stage of the Paws Up Bull Barn last Wednesday, Dec. 20, as the Sunset School put on a play to emphasize uniqueness and holiday laughs. The...

 

DEQ: Holland Lake sewer hasn't damaged surrounding groundwater

New monitoring wells drilled around the Holland Lake Wastewater System showed the two sewage lagoons have not contaminated groundwater, according to both the Forest Service and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality. Testing at the site...

 

Ferndale man charged with murder, shooting two others

A Ferndale man is facing one count of deliberate homicide after he allegedly shot and killed one person and injured two more earlier in December. Police took Matthew T. Vitek, 49, into custody on Dec. 10 after multiple callers reported gunshots near...

 

Trapping and hunting are different

Bob Sheppard’s letter, Thursday, Dec. 14, 2023, claims that trappers are being unjustly persecuted by a federal judge’s injunction restricting wolf trapping and snaring to the original season, Jan. 1-Feb. 15, to protect the federally listed...

 

Protecting our nation and honoring those who've already done so

For years, Montana has had one of the highest rates of military participation and veterans per capita in the nation. The 2023 Legislature took many steps to both help our men and women in uniform protect our state and country going forward, as well...

 

People from our past - Jasper Seely & his times

There have been many interesting and influential Seeley Lakers since our community began. Jasper Seely, from whom our town got its name, is among the more fascinating, and a look at his life is also a look at America during a period of robust growth...

 

Missoula County Sheriff's log for Dec. 28

12/15 10:02 a.m. Disturbance 1XX Larch Lane, Seeley Lake 12/15 10:07 a.m. Suspicious Activity 1XX Grizzly Drive, Seeley Lake 12/15 4:58 p.m. Accident-Injury Gold Creek Road 12/16 12:51 p.m. Accident-No Injury 32XX Highway 83, Seeley Lake 12/17 4:56...

 

Seeley Lake Rural Fire District Call Log for Dec. 28

12/15/2023 Medical Rainbow Court 12/17/2023 Medical SOS Road 12/17/2023 Medical CPR Tamarack Drive 12/20/2023 Fire Public Assist Rainbow Court 12/21/2023 Fire Alarm Airport Road...

 

Looking to the birth of Christ

Luke 2:17 And when they (the Shepherds) saw it (Mary and Joseph, and the baby lying in a manger), they made known the saying that had been told them concerning this child (from the heavenly host). 18 And all who heard it wondered at what the...

 
 By Matt Hart    Opinion    December 28, 2023

A million reasons for gratitude-and motivation

As bears rest in their dens and families gather for the holidays, there is much to celebrate in the world of wildlife conservation-and much more work ahead. For grizzly bears, the slow march toward...

 

Boys basketball take win from Charlo, loss to Drummond

The Seeley Swan High School Boys Basketball Team cemented another win against Charlo and lost to Drummond, leaving the team with a 4-2 record going into Christmas break. Both Drummond and Charlo were...

 

Lady Blackhawks drop to Drummond, Charlo

The Seeley Swan High School Girls Basketball Team didn't come up with a win this week, dropping games to Drummond on Dec. 19 and Charlo on Dec. 21. The team is sitting at 2-4 on the year, but Co-Head...

 

Seeley Lake Community Foundation awards two year-end grants

The Seeley Lake Community Foundation is excited to announce two special, year-end grants.  “As we move into the winter season, we are excited to be able to support two important projects that get people outside enjoying this special place we...

 

Archives for Dec. 28

Thirty-five years ago... Thursday, Dec. 29, 1988 Young inventor inspired by accident Kia Jette is probably the only 12 year-old in Seeley Lake that will be applying for a patent. She was selected as...

 

Swan Valley Library gifts students books

Students across the Swan Valley got an extra Christmas present this year, as the Swan Valley Library and Swan Valley School worked together to gift a book to each student. Swan Valley Librarian Jenny...

 

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