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  • Public Services & Hours

    Public Services • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Mon, 7pm, Holy Cross Lutheran Church, www.aa-montana.org • Missoula County Treasurer: 2nd & 4th Thurs, 9:30am – 3:30pm, closed for lunch 11:30 – 12:30, Satellite Office, 3360 Highway 83N • Montana Veterans Affairs Division: 3rd Wed, 10am-2pm, Citizens Alliance Bank. 406-721-1288 for apt. • Potomac Food Bank: Second to last Sunday each month, 5-7pm, Potomac Greenough Comm. Center • Seeley Lake Caregiver Support Group: Third Tues, 1-2pm, via ZOOM. For log in info call Missoula Aging Service the Wednesd... Full story

  • Public Meetings

    Local Government • Missoula County Commissioners Public Mtg, 2nd & 4th Thursdays, Courthouse Annex, Room 151, Missoula, 2pm. http://www.missoulacounty.us/government/administration/commissioners-office • Seeley Lake Community Council, 2nd Mon, 6pm, Seeley Lake Historical Museum & Visitors Center, 2920 Highway 83. For the agenda and virtual access visit the Facebook Page for Zoom link. http://www.missoulacounty.us/community/community-councils/seeley-lake-community-council • Swan Valley Community Council, 3rd Tues, 6pm, Swan Valley Commu... Full story

  • Seeley Lake man gets five years for vehicular homicide

    Griffen Smith, of the Pathfinder|Nov 9, 2023

    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 and one misdemeanor earlier this year as a part of a plea deal. He was driving westbound on Highway 200 on the night of Dec. 21 when he hit a group of cars parked on the side of the road near mile marker 18. The group of cars were attempting to pull a car out of a snowbank. Drew, who was intoxicated...

  • Potomac hole in wall race returns for year two

    Griffen Smith, of the Pathfinder|Oct 12, 2023

    More than 70 runners from across Montana convened at the Potomac Greenough Community Center on Oct. 7 to raise money for the community by running into the misty morning and competing in the "Hole in the Wall Hustle" for its second year. The race featured a 13K, 5K and debuted a mile-long run to help raise money for the community center while getting locals and visitors out on the scenic roads of Potomac. "If nothing disastrous happens this year, I am sure it will be fantastic," said Katie...

  • Clearwater Montana Properties Donates to Non-Profits in Seeley Swan, Blackfoot Valleys

    Heidi Santone, Clearwater Montana Properties|Jul 13, 2023

    Seeley Lake - Since its founding in 1993, Clearwater Montana Properties has emphasized community-building as a key component of its company culture. Through its Charitable Giving Program, the company's agents give back a portion of all real estate proceeds to the communities in which they were earned. To date, the program has produced over $1,078,132 in charitable donations to causes throughout Montana, Idaho, and Washington and Wyoming. "Each year Clearwater and our agents give a portion of...

  • Home for the Holidays December Schedule of Events

    Nov 24, 2022

    Through mid-December: $10 food bags for the Seeley-Swan Community Food Bank available at Cory's Valley Market. Sponsored by Veterans & Families of Seeley Lake. Through Monday, Dec. 12: Giving Tree sponsored by Mountain Lakes Presbyterian Church at Cory's Valley Market. Check out gift cards from the tree at the check stand. UNWRAPPED gifts must be returned to Cory's by 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12. Boxes appreciated. Through Tuesday, Dec. 20: Angel Tree at the Seeley Lake Fire Department, 200... Full story


    Chamber trying to regroup Chamber members and interested parties, it’s time to have the discussion as to what is next for the Seeley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber needs to reorganize to regain its 501c6 status that was lost years ago. There has been a handful of people who have expressed interest in rekindling it. A lot has changed in the last few years. For instance the Chamber no longer runs the Visitors Center, doesn’t not have an executive director and has not done any events other than the Fourth of July parade and fir...

  • SLE Parent Teacher Club formation meeting Sept. 26

    Andi Bourne, Pathfinder|Sep 22, 2022

    SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake resident Michelle Dunn is excited to bring her enthusiasm and experience working with the Potomac School Parent Teacher Club to Seeley Lake Elementary. She hopes parents, teachers, administrators and other community members will join her at the first meeting for the SLE Parent Teacher Club Monday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. in the SLE gymnasium following the girls’ volleyball game. Dunn recently moved from Potomac to Seeley Lake. She was a member of Potomac School’s Parent Teacher Club for several years and loved watch...

  • Pioneers celebrate graduates, Klein retirement

    Sigrid Olson, Pathfinder|Jun 16, 2022

    POTOMAC - Potomac School had 10 eighth graders and 12 kindergartners graduate on the evening of June 8. More than 100 people were in attendance in the Potomac Greenough Community Center (PGCC). Bryanna Peterson, the kindergarten teacher, shared what her students wrote about their favorite thing about her class. Willa Howard loved the field trips, Tucker Brown loved playing outside and others loved when the caterpillars changed into butterflies, long recesses and Ms. Peterson. Peterson awarded...

  • Community Briefs

    May 19, 2022

    Get ready for the June 7 primary election, May 19 event SEELEY LAKE – Have you moved recently? Changed your last name? Changed your mailing address? The Missoula County Elections Office is hosting a special event May 19 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Seeley Lake Extension Office, 3360 Highway 83, to ensure residents are prepared to vote in the June 7 federal primary election. The following services are available: Register to vote; update voter registration; request a replacement ballot and drop off vote ballot. For more information call 406...

  • Community Briefs

    Mar 31, 2022

    Our Lady of Swan Valley Mission resumes summer-only Mass schedule SWAN VALLEY - Our Lady of Swan Valley Mission Church in Condon will be returning to a summer-only Mass schedule effective April 1. Sunday Masses are temporarily suspended until the church resumes its summer schedule Memorial Day weekend (May 29) through Labor Day weekend (Sept. 4). While OLSV has been a mission of St. John Paul II Parish in Bigfork since 2015, it has been served by a priest from The Sycamore Tree Catholic Retreat Center in recent years. Starting May 29 the Sunday...

  • Board approves lease with Community Center, bid for paving parking area

    Andi Bourne, Pathfinder|Feb 24, 2022

    POTOMAC – At their Feb. 14 meeting, the Potomac School Board approved their lease with the Potomac Greenough Community Center (PGCC) and the bid with Shadow Asphalt to pave the parking areas behind and in front of the school to meet ADA compliance. In other business, they received an update regarding the eighth grade trip fundraising and approved several contracts for next year. Chair Dr. Courtney Hathaway said much of the lease was the same with the PGCC. She highlighted some of the changes and explained why some of the cost increased. H...

  • Roundabout at Clearwater Junction tops discussion

    Andi Bourne, Pathfinder|Feb 10, 2022

    POTOMAC – Members of the Montana Department of Transportation Project Team (Team) for the Clearwater Junction Intersection Project met with the Greenough-Potomac Fire District Board to provide information and answer questions regarding the proposed roundabout. In mid-November 2021, MDT announced a high-speed roundabout, a roundabout on a high-speed roadway, was the preferred alternative of the six alternatives evaluated. The team has now entered the design phase and continues to encourage public input as they work to address safety, o...

  • Community Briefs

    Dec 23, 2021

    Community Ice Rink still in progress SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake ROCKS volunteers have been working hard to open the Community Ice Rink in the Seeley Lake Elementary ball field. While it has a good base, it needs cold weather, without snow, to finish the rink. Please do not skate on it until it is ready. Volunteers have been setting up and will maintain the rink. This includes snow removal, keeping the shed picked up, etc. If interested in volunteering contact ROCKS President Garry Swain garryswain@gmail.com. There’s snow place like Seeley Lak...

  • Home for the Holidays December Schedule of Events

    Nov 25, 2021

    Through mid-December $10 food bags for the Seeley-Swan Community Food Bank available at Cory's Valley Market. Sponsored by Veterans & Families of Seeley Lake. Through Dec. 13 Angel Tree at Potomac School. Choose a tag from the tree, purchase and wrap the gift and return to the school office with the tag attached by Monday, Dec. 13. Through Dec. 15 Giving Tree sponsored by Mountain Lakes Presbyterian Church at Cory's Valley Market. Check out cards on the tree at the check stand. Boxed, unwrapped... Full story

  • Community Briefs

    Oct 7, 2021

    Seeley Lake Senior Center closed for congregate meals SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Senior Center is closed for congregate meals until further notice. It continues to offer carry out and delivered meals. Please call 406-677-2008 the night before or by 8 a.m. the day of and leave a message with the number of meals. Carry out meals can be picked up between 10:45 - 11:30 a.m. Fall Larch Walk, Oct. 9 SEELEY LAKE – Everyone is invited to join Clearwater Resources Council for a fall Larch Walk through Girard Grove Oct. 9 from 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Due...

  • Community Briefs

    Sep 30, 2021

    Seeley Lake Senior Center activities canceled, meals continue SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley Lake Senior Center has canceled activities including Mexican Train, bingo, bridge and pinochle until further notice. Meals will continue to be served in the congregate setting, carry out or delivery. Call before 8 a.m. to order. Open burning opens Oct. 1 MISSOULA - In response to predicted weather, stable current and predicted fire danger indices, air quality and historical data, fire managers decided to reopen prescribed wildland and essential agriculture b...

  • New at School - Potomac Pioneers

    Sigrid Olson, Pathfinder|Sep 16, 2021

    POTOMAC - Potomac Pioneers began their new school year Aug. 30. There are several updates to staff, programs and the facility this year. New staff includes Jodi Hausmann who is the new preschool teacher. Kayla Brewer is the new paraprofessional for the preschool class. Instructional paraprofessional Anna Bunderson is also new staff this year. The new school board chair is Courtney Hathaway. Several staff also took new positions within the school. Breanna Peterson, who taught preschool last year, is the new kindergarten teacher. Christi...

  • Two families lose homes in fire

    Andi Bourne, Pathfinder|Jul 29, 2021

    SEELEY LAKE – As Seeley Lake resident Michael Riel and his wife returned from Missoula around 4:30 p.m. Thursday, July 22, they noticed a light column of smoke from behind Pop's Place. A recently retired 11-year volunteer firefighter/EMT who understood that no one should be burning due to restrictions, he turned off Highway 83 onto Redwood Lane making his way to Juniper Drive to check it out. "It was evident that there was a fire cooking," he said. He began evacuating people from the area and w...

  • Potomac Elementary students wrap up the year

    Henry Netherland|Jun 17, 2021

    POTOMAC - Potomac Elementary School eighth graders and kindergartners concluded important life stages following their graduation ceremony Wednesday, June 9 at the Potomac Greenough Community Center. In his opening speech Principal John Rouse acknowledged the inquisitiveness of this year's group of kindergarteners. "They come here with a sense of curiosity," Rouse said. "A sense of curiosity which is evidenced through unending questions. Well, we hope we kept it alive and we believe we did. ......

  • Local Election Guide - Potomac School District #11

    Apr 15, 2021

    Voter Information: There are two candidates each running for one, three-year term and one, one-year term trustee positions for the Potomac School District #11. Candidates' responses were based on the following questions: • Biography • Qualifying experience • Why do you want to be a trustee? • What challenges do you see facing Potomac School and the Board? • Are there things you would like to see changed or addressed at the school or with the board? • If so, how would you address them? Ballo... Full story

  • Working together for the Potomac community

    Dawn Downs, Potomac, Montana|Mar 18, 2021

    The Potomac Greenough Community Center (PGCC) and Potomac School have had a working relationship for decades. The lease for over 13 years allotted for insurance and a small amount to be saved for future systems replacement which was the responsibility of the Lessor, PGCC, in the lease. The lease provided that the school would take care of the daily maintenance and upkeep of the building. The interior maintenance of the structure was left ambiguous and had become a source of conflict as the Center became responsible for mounting maintenance...

  • Board approves lease agreement, discusses mask directive

    Henry Netherland, Pathfinder|Mar 18, 2021

    POTOMAC - The Potomac School Board unanimously voted to approve their 2021-2022 lease agreement with Potomac Greenough Community Center (PGCC) during their regularly scheduled monthly meeting Monday, March 8. They also approved a second reading of Montana School Board Association (MTSBA) policy updates and discussed what direction they would move in regarding the school’s mask mandate. Trustee Dr. Courtney Hathaway said she met with PGCC Chair Dawn Downs to go over the changes that the School Board had made to the agreement during a special m...

  • Board unanimously denies Community Center lease

    Henry Netherland, Pathfinder|Mar 4, 2021

    POTOMAC - Members of the Potomac School Board unanimously voted to deny an amended Potomac Greenough Community Center (PGCC) lease agreement for 2021-2022 during a special meeting Monday, Feb. 22. Earlier in the meeting, the Board unanimously approved the Potomac Association of Classified Employees (PACE) contract for 2021-2023 as well as the Principal’s contract for 2021-2022 with slight revisions made to both. The School Board met Tuesday, Feb. 18 where they discussed the lease and made initial amendments to it. The lease they approved at t...

  • Community Briefs

    Jan 28, 2021

    A virtual program for those with dementia and their caregivers MISSOULA - The Missoula Art Museum is providing a comforting art-viewing and art-making experience for those in the early stages of dementia and their caregivers. A new video is uploaded to the Missoula Art Museum’s YouTube channel on the first Monday of each month at 2 p.m. There is no registration required and no cost. Everyone is invited to tune in or watch when it is convenient. Based on the Museum of Modern Art’s “Meet Me” program, Art in the Moment creates a dementi...

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