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By Andi Bourne

It's All About the People

Celebrating 30 Years


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Seeley Lake 1-Stop celebrated 30 years July 27. What the owners have enjoyed the most is all the different people they have met along the way.

SEELEY LAKE – When the Baier family opened Seeley Lake 1-Stop their goal was to run it for a few years and then sell it. Now 30 years later, they continue to strive to make a living, take care of their regular customers and said their favorite part of owning the business has been the people.

The Baier family, Norm, Rose and their two sons Bill and Bob, moved to Seeley Lake in 1957. Norm started out logging with Jack Long and Rose worked as the Seeley-Swan High School secretary for Principal Kim Haines.

Norm purchased nearly 15 acres of land in the late 1970's, early 1980's. He had hoped...

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