Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Tetona Dunlap

Plant a garden for hummingbirds Plant a garden for hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are native to the Americas. The ones we see here in Montana migrate every season from Mexico and Central America. All species of hummingbirds need to eat often, in fact they consume 100 to 200 percent of their body weight each day, eating bugs and drinking flower nectar. To attract these beautif...

Hear Ronan assessment results at meeting

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Ronan

RONAN — Come join us at MVSC we provide the hot nutritious “Homestyle” cooking and you provide the friendships, conversation, laughter and fun.  Noon meals menu:  Thursday, Jan. 14: “Night Out Dinner” at 5 p.m. for $5 for pork roast dinner Friday, Jan. 15: Haw...

All Star basketball athletes chosen

MISSION VALLEY – All Star hoopsters will take the court March 24 for the 20th annual Mission Mountain All Star basketball games. Four teams of boys and girls have been chosen to compete and will show off their skills at the Joe McDonald Center with the girls’ tip off planned for 6:30 p.m., boy...

Kids play Kids play

North Lake County Public Library hosts special one-hour programs for children ages 3-5 years old and their caregivers on Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The programs include stories, songs, movements, crafts and more. Above, Kendra Mullison reads a garden-themed book while children plant seeds, right. The th...

Arlee high school gets new teacher Arlee high school gets new teacher

ARLEE – Students in the high school were without a family and consumer science teacher for the first half of the school year, but the wait for a new teacher is over. High School Principal Jim Taylor announced at the school board meeting that Lindsey Henning was hired last week. Henning plans to star...

Bringing Joy to the World Bringing Joy to the World

Mission Middle and High School students got parents and community members into a singing and foot-tapping groove by the end of the annual Holiday Concert hosted Dec. 16.  The night started off with high school choir lifting their voices with a rendition of “A Christmas Trilogy” and &ldquo...

Theatrical Treats Theatrical Treats

Two teams of Missoula Children’s Theatre actors pulled into two different schools last week in red trucks full of costumes and stage props to give children in all grade levels a chance to perform on the stage.  “Many schools don’t have theater programs,” tour director Nick Car...

Arlee

ARLEE — The Arlee Senior Citizens’ Thanksgiving Dinner will be on Saturday, Nov. 22, at 6 p.m. Bring your family and friends to join us. The cost is $5 for members, $6 for non-members and $3 for children. The Arlee Center is in need of a Nutrition Manager and a Head Cook. The Nutrition Manager...

Volleyball Divisional Smackdown Volleyball Divisional Smackdown

RONAN – After squeaking by the play-in game and pulling a third place finish at Districts, the Lady Bulldogs fell in the first two games at the Ronan-hosted Divisional Tourney Friday and Saturday. The Lady Bulldogs fought a marathon against Eureka during game one on Thursday, but lost the battle in ...


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