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September 7, 2023

Janet Spencer looks down over smoke-filled valleys in the Seeley Swan from her lookout tower on the nearly 8,000-foot peak of Mount Morrell. Smoke from Montana fires and especially the Canyon Creek fire moved into the valleys last Friday and have been a daily, oppressive pall over the area since, with fires jumping lines over the Labor Day weekend. The Canyon Creek fire, burning now for over two months in the Scapegoat Wilderness, jumped containment perimeters Monday, forcing evacuation of homes and cabins and threatening a large timber sale area. 2003

Twenty Years Ago

Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003

Theatre camp tucked away on other side of Salmon Lake offers fun time

Tucked away on the other side of Salmon Lake, there's a camp that allows kids to laugh, play, learn and be creative - It's called Aunt Kat's Theatre Camp.

Kathleen Vosburgh (Aunt Kat) and her husband, bought the cabins and 10 acres on Salmon that fulfilled Aunt Kat's dream to provide kids with a safe, natural outdoor setting to write, create backdrops and act in their own play.

This year's campers included campers from Seeley Lake, Helmville, Missoula and Kalispell and one camp...

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