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UM researchers seek to clarify complicated hunting regulations

By Raequel Roberts, UM News Service MISSOULA – Coming in at a weighty 143 pages, Montana’s 2022 book of deer, elk and antelope hunting regulations is an impressive tome listing license costs, permit drawing stats, season start dates, tag...

 
 By Vince Lovato    News    October 13, 2022

Around town

A group of boys played a rousing game of football at the south end of the Seeley-Swan varsity football game recently....

 

Horse sweat and cards...

By Jean Pocha Pathfinder Correspondent HELMVILLE "Thanks for riding with us," were the parting words to the 170 riders after they drew their last card in the Third Annual Helmville Poker Ride Oct. 8... Full story

 
 By Susan Monahan    News    July 21, 2022

Pickleball comes to Seeley Lake

SEELEY LAKE – Players from eight to 80 years old join together for Pickleball on the Seeley Lake Elementary School tennis courts twice a week. Carole Rice, Seeley Lake resident, has been playing...

 
 By Jean Pocha    News    July 7, 2022

Running across America

HELMVILLE – While running across America, Greg Nance passed Helmville on Highway141 June 27 and spent the night in Seeley Lake. During an impromptu interview near the Highway 141 and Highway 200...

 
 By Nathan Bourne    News    December 2, 2021

Friede conquers Baja 1000

MEXICO - Seeley Lake's Curtis Friede pulled off a miracle in Mexico, racing 1,227 miles from Ensenada, Mexico to La Paz, Mexico to complete the Baja 1000 race Nov. 20. "The Baja is the most rugged,... Full story

 

Free dryland dog mushing training camp Oct. 2-3

SEELEY LAKE - Montana Mountain Mushers is holding a free dog mushing clinic on Saturday, Oct. 2-3 at the West Side Bypass Trailhead, four miles north of Seeley Lake, Montana. All beginning or experienced mushers, runners, bike and scooter...

 

Blackhawk Disc Golf Course gets an upgrade

SEELEY LAKE - The Blackhawk Disc Golf Course near Seeley-Swan High School received a string of renovations this past year. SSHS teacher Trace Stone said while he has done some work on the course in...

 
 By Rick Graetz    News    June 30, 2016

Garnet Offers Montana's Best Preserved Ghost Town

GREENOUGH - It's quiet now, especially when heavy snows descend on the Garnet Mountain Range. More than 120 years ago though, Garnet was a boisterous place, going full blast even in the harsh winter...

 

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