Seeley Swan Pathfinder -

Opinion

Sorted by date  Results 26 - 50 of 2217

Page Up



 By Sydney Young    Opinion    March 31, 2022

New year, new regulations

After last year's Legislative session, and the FWP commission meeting this spring, hunters can expect to see some changes to the regulations this year. Consult the newest edition of the regulations...

 

If the real estate market is hot, why are so many frozen out?

What is a "Hot" Real Estate Market? For the past two years, all that real estate professionals, economists and analysts seemed to talk about is the hot real estate market. But what does a "hot market"...

 

Lenten Letter

Dear Mary of Magdala, I hear your voice sometimes, softly, almost like a whisper in a dream. Straining to hear you I close my eyes, try to block out all the other voices that want to tell me you're...

 

MAS Levy will help meet growing needs for seniors

Older Missoula County residents and their families owe a big “thank you” to our County Commissioners. On March 10th, the Commission voted unanimously to place a levy on the June 7th Primary Election ballot. The levy will boost support to vital...

 

Response to Farrar - "Pshaw," vaccine conspiracy theories waste our time

In the last several years, so many folks (and some of them are well intentioned) have floated so many unfounded ideas. We have been subjected to flat-earth theories, Israeli space lasers causing wild fires in our western state forests, windmills...

 

Cultural, sociological and ethnic diversity

Acceptance of diversity, and isolationism: two concepts that have been at the forefront of my mind, given the current situation in our state, our country and the world. I’ll not discuss world history or politics, but rather look at those concepts...

 

Redemption

One of the most popular movies in the last several decades is “The Shawshank Redemption.” For those who have not seen it, the basic plot is about a man named Andy who has been wrongly convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. However,...

 

Protect our headwaters with the BCSA

The Bob Marshall Wilderness is a roadless tract of land that spreads over 1,009,352 acres north of Ovando. South of its designated boundary, Monture Creek, an important tributary of the Blackfoot River, flows through a remarkably roadless area. An...

 

Response to Mike Marshall's fearmongers, VAERS and vaccinatnion rates

Vaccine Fearmongers: Is the pot calling the kettle black? Recall, in the early days of the pandemic, it was government spokespeople who drove the whole population into a state of panic and fear. The “authorities” understood early that COVID was d...

 

Heartworms

With the return of spring soon upon us, we will be spending more time outdoors with our animal companions. This is an excellent time to discuss Heartworms! Heartworms are actual worms that are a...

 

The path of a potential volunteer

A woman recently moved to Seeley Lake. She LOVES it here. She’s so excited to get involved. Where does she go for information? Where does she go to get involved? How does she meet people? • Perhaps by talking to people around town and getting on...

 

War in Europe - Trust God in the uncertanty

After a couple of years of uncertain times due to COVID-19, we now find our lives hit with new uncertainty due to the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. We are again undergoing an historic event that will alter the world we know going forward both in...

 

Vaccination debate to continue

In reference to the pandemic, few things have sparked such emotional debate as masks and vaccinations. Our Letters to the Editor policy has not allowed national topics that have no possible local resolution to keep the Pathfinder’s content...

 

Be smart, ignore the fearmongers

So many (perhaps well-intentioned folks) have been spreading fear about the Covid-19 vaccinations via social media and news sources. Many of these are politicians and talking news heads. Alas, a very few have even been medical personnel or retired me...

 
 By David Kenmir    Opinion    March 10, 2022

Alert regarding At-Home Test Kits

This is just a heads up “ FYI “ in reference to the free home COVID-19 test kits being handed out by the Seeley Lake Fire Department. Per an alert on national news, the test kits have a toxic chemical in the ingredients called Sodium Azide. It...

 

Can experimental COVID gene vaccine alter the human genome?

For 200 years every vaccine that has ever been given to humans has contained the virus, bacteria or protein (THE ANTIGEN) against which the immune system responds by the production of antibodies. It is time-tested technology. The COVID vaccines (Mode...

 

More reasons to care

The Importance of Proper Liquid Waste Disposal Why do we care about correct liquid wastewater effluent disposal? Here are a few reasons: • Environmental protection: Improper wastewater effluent...

 

Another dream

I plan to present dreams from time-to-time to help us understand the origin and meanings of dreams. All dreams originate in the human psyche (human psychology). There are two major types of dreams:...

 
 By Ryan Dailey    Opinion    March 10, 2022

The importance of the local church

Why is the local church so important to believers in Christ? Can't I stay home and listen to a sermon, pray by myself or go outside and worship through the beauty of nature? Yes, in fact, you can, but...

 

Northern Pacific Railroad's influence on the Upper Swan Valley

Many people are not aware that the Northern Pacific Railway Company (NP) had a significant influence on the settlement, economy and timber industry of the upper Swan Valley. Looking at a current map...

 
 By Bill Campbell    Opinion    March 3, 2022

Faith over form

Just a note to let you know how much I appreciated Dale Terrillion’s Passages column in the Pathfinder’s Feb. 17 issue. I agree with both him and John Wesley regarding Christian denominations. It continues to be my belief that what Satan has...

 

Correction to last week's letter

While the injection of over 10 billion doses of a virus gene into hundreds of millions of people using a technology first used in humans in a small-scale clinical trial less than 10 years ago and without any long-term safety data is undoubtedly the...

 

MAS celebrates March for Meals 50th Anniversary

Missoula Aging Services (MAS) announced that it will be participating in a special March for Meals celebration honoring the 50th anniversary of the Older Americans Act Nutrition Program, the federal l...

 
 By Lena Beck    Opinion    March 3, 2022

What Federal funding could mean for wildlife crossings

A grizzly bear dubbed "Lingenpolter" by local biologists caught the attention of many in Montana and elsewhere last year. Using a GPS tracker, biologists watched as the young male bear repeatedly...

 
 By Stephen Moon    Opinion    March 3, 2022

On a journey without end

“And why do you call me Master, Master and do not the things that I say? Whoever comes to me, and hears my sayings and does them, I will show you to whom he is like.” Luke 6:46- 47. Making confession in Messiah as the Master and the only...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021

Rendered 05/15/2022 22:03