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Program needs help to support women, children Program needs help to support women, children

ST. IGNATIUS – Billie Lowther was at a horrible place in her life earlier this year — and she was pregnant with her second child. “I was so scared,” she said. “I didn’t know what to do. I felt trapped.” She ended up finding help at The Nest. She is the first resident to live at the home for pregnant and parenting young moms and their children. The pink house is set up just like a real home – although support staff are on hand to help. “This has changed my life,” she said. “I’ve gotten to do things that I never thought I was capable of.” The Nest provides transitional housing for young moms with small c...


Bulldogs focus on homecoming after loss Bulldogs focus on homecoming after loss

ST. IGNATIUS – Mission High School Junior Michael Durglo sat down to check his gear for a few minutes during Friday’s football game against Bigfork. He is usually found on the field as either a defensive or offensive lineman, and at 6 feet 4 inches tall, he is easy to spot. Durglo said the tea...


Football

THOMPSON FALLS – Mission Bulldog Benton Adams had 50 yards on 16 carries during their Friday, Sept. 2 away game against Thompson Falls. Adam’s effort was not enough for the win and Mission lost the game 0-40. Mission travels to Florence on Friday, Sept. 9 for a conference opener. Results St...


Mission team competes with few athletes

MISSION – Nine runners make up the girls and boys cross-country team for the Mission Bulldogs, according to Head Coach Chris Eichert. The athletes have been putting in the early-season work in hopes for personal bests come competition time. “Our practices are different each day,” Eichert...


Mission All-Stars to attend field trip

 Several Mission High School basketball players were nominated to play in the Mission Valley All-Star game but were unable to attend due to an Advanced Biology class field trip to Utah. Jordyn Eichert and Sydney Castor were both selected on the girls’ side and Billy von Holtum, Nick Durglo, and Ta...


Football

MISSION — The Bulldogs’ football team faced a formidable opponent in Anaconda Friday night, scoring just one touchdown in the 6-40 loss. Nick Durglo had 47 yards on nine carries and a touchdown. He also threw for 63 yards. Israel Umphrey had 59 yards on 16 carries. Kaleb Durglo led on defense ...


Soccer camp set for St. Ignatius

ST. IGNATIUS — From June 22-26, Glacier Lake School’s team of soccer coaches with international experience will work on fitness, skills, drills, and games during a week-long soccer camp for ages 6-18. Please bring cleats and shin guards, lunch and a water bottle. The camp will take place each day...


Mission tennis heats up courts with hard work Mission tennis heats up courts with hard work

ST. IGNATIUS – With postseason right around the corner, Mission is working out the kinks preparing to make a splash on the Divisional tennis scene. Veteran Coach Kimimi Ashley believes her kids have a good shot and is excited to watch them take their game all the way to State. With a strong doubles ...


Tennis

Mission Mission Bulldog tennis didn’t fall for any Trojan tricks in Troy on Friday, coming away with the 4-2 team victory. Bulldog Andrew Esslinger defeated Ben Haggerty (6-3, 6-1) while Nathan Doll easily swept AJ Faur 6-0, 6-0. Continuing their winning ways, Bulldog Dominik Stallings battled Tr...


MAC picking up steam, eyeing State MAC picking up steam, eyeing State

ST. IGNATIUS – MAC attack’s in full force with the Lady Bulldogs owning the softball diamond. After an earlier bloop loss against rival Ronan, MAC’s making a statement that they will not be held down. The Lady Bulldogs plan to fight their way to the top with the goal of State in their futur...


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