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 By Andi Bourne    News    December 13, 2018 

Providing access, exploring options

SEELEY LAKE – "What are you going to be when you grow up?" asked University of Montana President Seth Bodnar of Seeley-Swan High School juniors and seniors Dec. 3. While Bodnar promoted higher...

 

Robert "Bob" G. Hall 1919 - 2018

POTOMAC - Robert "Bob" G. Hall, a true pioneer of the Blackfoot Valley, served his family, community, county, state and nation. He was born Nov. 19, 1919 to Clarence Albert and Nina Gough Hall at... Full story

 

Helen Verna Andrews 1931 - 2018

LINCOLN CITY, ORE. - Helen Verna Andrews, 87, died peacefully on Nov. 27 surrounded by family in Lincoln City, Ore. at the end of the family's five-day Thanksgiving celebration. Helen was born on... Full story

 

Upcoming Events Calendar

Through mid-Dec. $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. 14 Giving Tree at Cory's... Full story

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    December 6, 2018

Setting the record straight about Mowitza Lodge on Salmon Lake

SEELEY LAKE - After reading the article "A glimpse into the life of William A. Clark," Legendary Lodge's Caretaker Ron Burnett contacted the Pathfinder with more information regarding the Mowitza...

 

New recreation staff selected for Seeley Lake Ranger District

SEELEY LAKE –District Ranger Rachel Feigley announced that Matthew Walter has been selected as the recreation staff on the Seeley Lake Ranger District. This position is responsible for developed...

 

Learning mental health first aid could save many lives

For many Montanans who are experiencing feelings of self-harm, their friends, family members, coworkers, neighbors, favorite baristas or even the stranger they just met on the street corner may be...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 29, 2018

Grade school friends make MVA 16 National Team

MISSOULA – When sophomores Klaire Kovatch and Kaylee Rammell tried out for the Montana Volleyball Academy U16 teams, they both had hopes of making it on the 16 National Team. When they both made...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 22, 2018

A glimpse into the life of William A. Clark

SEELEY LAKE – Copper King, risk taker, western Midas, corrupt, personality of last year's bird's nest, and shame to the American nation were all words used to describe William A. Clark, one of the...

 

SSHS students return to All-Star Ensemble

MISSOULA - Each year, the University of Montana hosts the All-Star Silver and Maroon Wind Ensemble, a musical experience for high school students participating in band and orchestra. This year, Music...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 15, 2018

MSU names Michael Extraordinary Ordinary Woman and Mentor of the Year

BOZEMAN – Swan Valley's Helene Michael was among the first 125 "Extraordinary Ordinary Women" selected by Montana State University for their leadership, problem solving and innovation throughout...

 

Hunter harvest steady across west-central Montana

Big game harvest in west-central Montana maintained a steady pace through the fourth weekend of the general hunting season, bringing totals in line with average. At the hunter check station near Bonner, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP)...

 

FWP biologist authors scientific paper on illegal fish introductions

KALISPELL - A Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologist has identified an innovative approach to investigating illegal fish introductions and his research is being published in an international...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 8, 2018

Seeley Lake District Ranger accepts new position

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake District Ranger Rachel Feigley accepted a new position with the US Forest Service as the Blackfoot Swan Landscape Restoration team leader. While she and her husband Pete pl...

 
 By Mike Davis    Opinion    November 1, 2018

Vote for Mike Hopkins - A proven performer

I am not generally that politically active but this year I feel compelled to react to House District 92’s race between Lee Bridges and Mike Hopkins. Some political views between the two are similar. Woman’s rights and reproductive rights, job...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    November 1, 2018

Ovando teacher receives KECI Gold Star Teaching Award

OVANDO – Ovando teacher Andrea Tougas received the KECI Gold Star Teaching Award this past September. Tougas is thankful to the Ovando School and the community for allowing her to do what she loves...

 

Awea Duo produces unique music with flute and saxophone

SEELEY LAKE – From the first piece they played at the Oct. 21 concert sponsored by Alpine Artisans' 2 Valleys Stage, the Awea Duo made it known theirs was not going to be a typical classical music...

 

I-185 would raise tobacco tax to expand Medicaid coverage

Montana smokers could be on the hook for an additional $2 per pack if ballot initiative Initiative 185 passes. The tobacco industry is shelling out big bucks in hopes it won’t happen. It’s a big reason your mailbox is stuffed this election...

 
 By Marti Liechty    News    October 25, 2018

I-185's critics doubt its constitutionality; backers point to similar initiative in 2004

While debate swirls over the cost of an initiative to expand Medicaid by raising taxes on Montana tobacco products, questions over the measure’s constitutionality are drawing attention too. Initiative 185 has the support of the American Heart...

 

SSHS recognizes football seniors

SEELEY LAKE - Seeley-Swan High School recognized their senior football athletes and managers along with their families at the last volleyball home game of the season Saturday, Oct. 20. Next week we...

 
 By Sigrid Olson    News    October 25, 2018

Taillefer continues passion for teaching in Potomac

POTOMAC - Christianna Taillefer co-teaches in the mornings in first through third grades for Math, Geometry and Algebra at Potomac School. During the afternoon she is a Paraprofessional. She also...

 
 By Marti Liechty    News    October 25, 2018

Visions for Montana's economy clash in fight over Initiative 186

The controversy over ballot Initiative 186 seems to be about two competing visions for Montana’s future economy, and water quality underlies them both. The ballot measure, if passed, would amend the state’s 1971 Metal Mine Reclamation Act to...

 
 By Andi Bourne    News    October 18, 2018

"Montana Trails in Crisis" report highlights current shortfalls, proposes new solution

HELENA – The Montana Trails Coalition (MTC) highlights the current public land trail infrastructure needs and lack of current funding in their newly released Montana Trails in Crisis report. Along with identifying the shortfalls, the report...

 
 By Sigrid Olson    News    October 18, 2018

Teaching touches close to home

POTOMAC - Jen Vogel is Potomac School's new special education teacher. Her dedication for teaching and working with students with special needs stems from a love of her students and their families. Vo...

 

The 6-Mill levy is slam dunk

If you want to support our Montana students, here is an important decision and vote which only comes around every 10 years! When voting in November, you will have a choice to support the renewal of the 6-mill levy for Montana’s higher education...

 

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