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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

Sports Shorts for Aug. 20, 2017 Sports Shorts for Aug. 20, 2017

Football ARLEE –  Senior Rylan Crawford rushed for four touchdowns as the Arlee Warriors won at home with a 50-12 takeover of Troy on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 16. Crawford’s four touchdowns came on runs of 20, 17, 9 and 5 yards, while Will Mesteth added a score on a six-yard run. Warri...

Business idea event coming to Arlee

News from Arlee CDC “What Do I Do With This Idea ... .” A business resources event sponsored by Arlee CDC in partnership with Lake County Community Development Corporation (LCCDC) will be held on Thursday, Sept. 21 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Hangin’ Art Gallery, located on U.S. Highway 93 in ...

Rain forecast brings hope

Rain forecast for Thursday and Friday is providing firefighters hope for success on the Blue Bay and Liberty fires.  Although Sunday was a good day for firefighters, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ fire prevention specialist Devlin Lafrombois said Thursday and Friday should be better w...

Sport Shorts

Volleyball POLSON – Kaelyn Smith had six kills and five digs as the Polson Lady Pirates fell to the Whitefish Bulldogs at home, 25-10, 29-27, 25-13 on Tuesday, Sept. 5th. Kyler Lundeen had 23 digs, while Jaycee Frydenlund added six assists and six digs for the Lady Pirates. Smith had eight kills, ...

Briefs fo Sept. 6, 2017

Children’s Choir to begin again RONAN — The Mission Valley Choir will begin its third year on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at the Faith Lutheran Church, 406 Fifth Ave. SW.  It is co-directed by Cathy Gillhouse and Pastor Seth Nelson and accompanied by Robyn Carlson. Children in grades two to si...

Firefighters develop village in Arlee Firefighters develop village in Arlee

ARLEE – Hundreds of firefighters have made the Arlee powwow grounds home for the past few months while they work on the Liberty fire, 17 miles southeast of town. “The area can support an operation of this size, provide electricity, and easy access to the fire, so we’ve set up a village h...

Fresh huckleberry pancakes attract diners to Huckleberry Patch Fresh huckleberry pancakes attract diners to Huckleberry Patch

POLSON – Those waiting for a new ice cream shop to open got their wish recently when Scoops Ice Cream Shack opened July 4.  The business offers 24 flavors including sherbet and sorbet, which are low dairy and non-dairy frozen treats.  One rather unique thing about the shop is the cones,...

Arlee

ARLEE — Whew … summer just flew by with the Jocko Valley full of sunshine and heat some days, and smoke and heat on others. We were blessed to receive a couple of beautiful rain showers that lifted our spirits. The many meals we share on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and every other Saturday bring t...

Rain, humidity help slow area fires Rain, humidity help slow area fires

POLSON – Light precipitation, increased humidity and lack of direct sunlight on Aug. 23 produced a marked slowing of fire activity in the Blue Bay and Liberty fires.  Fireline explosives were used Sunday on the Blue Bay Fire to complete containment lines along the fire’s northern edge, ac...

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees honored for contributions to history, culture Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees honored for contributions to history, culture

News from the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees honored for contributions to history, cultureNews from the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center. Four people from District 10, comprised of Flathead, Lake, Lincoln and Sa...


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